The History of Alliance Graduate School
Alliance Graduate School (AGS) is an inter-denominational graduate school of theology in Quezon City, Philippines, housed together with Philippine Alliance College of Theology (PACT). It was established in 1977. envisions and develops Christ-like leaders for wholistic transformation through theological education.
All degree programs AGS offers are committed to these five learning outcomes: Biblical-Theological Competence, Socio-Pastoral Competence, Psycho-Spiritual Competence, Philosophical-Hermeneutical Competence, Communication & Cultural Competence.
Life in Alliance Graduate School
The Community Development program is a wholistic approach on transformation and empowerment that values the God-given potential of the weak and marginalized sectors of society. It deals with social, political, economic, cultural, institutional, ecological and spiritual aspects of poverty and social disintegration.
Since Alliance Graduate School offers work on a graduate school level, a bachelor’s degree becomes the basic academic requirement for admission. All applicants, both foreign and local, should attain a score of 550 and an essay band of 4 or above in the TOEFL or in the English Proficiency Exam of the Seminary for admission to a chosen program.