Building Effectiveness in Ministry and Public Leadership


Current Campaigns

International Student Fund

Involvement of international students is one of our greatest strengths at UTS, resulting in our diverse and exciting student population. In the academic year 2021-2022, international students made up 20% of the UTS student body. We invite you to help the brightest and best attend UTS by contributing to our international student fund.

Hear from some of our international students about their experience studying at UTS:

Myoga Molisho

Myoga Molisho, MA in Peace Studies

South Africa

My experience at UTS has been amazing because I am slowly learning how I, too, can be part of the movement to bring about everlasting peace. I am learning skills which can allow me to be part of the solution.


Man Ho Woo

Man Ho Woo, MA in Peace Studies

South Korea

This curriculum has helped me to understand the academic, theological, political, diplomatic, and historical concept of peace. Being able to truly understand the meaning of peace has helped solidify the UTS founders' vision in my life.


Krishna Adhikari

Krishna Adhikari, MA in Peace Studies


The great lectures and study materials of all the subjects I have taken have immensely helped me to broaden and deepen my understanding of the significance of peace building and conflict resolution, as well as transformed my faith.



UTS Scholarship Fund

100% of your contribution goes towards scholarships for these young men and women who have stepped up to lead into the future.

Who are we?

Yoshie Manaka, UTS MA ‘21 and current DMin student 


Hear from Yoshie Manaka, a UTS student in the Master of Arts in Religious Studies program and a Family Fed leader in Media Ministries
Listen to Yoshie's presentation of her Manifesto at the 2020 RIIWT Conference

Read Yoshie's full Manifesto Here

Unification Worldview allowed me to delve into the heart of the Second Generation who are hurting, and who really feel like they were not served by their parents and their community; and also to really understand the responsibility of Second Generation to be proud, and be champions of our parents and True Parents.

I’m the Social Media Manager for Family Fed USA, which by nature, social media is kind of a place for young people. I think being able to reflect on that, and understand that kind of responsibility really informs my work and my ministry every day.

Crescentia DeGoedeCrescentia DeGoede, MA student

As a pastor, I have many different occasions where I have to educate others: I have to give sermons, Seonghwa addresses, or minister to individuals and members of the community. To be able to understand how to utilize scripture and bring it to life for people has been incredibly helpful. To really dive in and to really understand one word, one phrase and the whole meaning of that phrase. That’s something I’ll be able to continually use for years and years to come.


Mari Curry

Dr. Mari Curry, UTS DMin ‘21

Every class I took, I directly applied to my mission. And, as a pastor and a vice president, and as Director of Education for Family Federation, I found it so invaluable to have had the classes before I experience the stressful environment because I felt more equipped and prepared.



Miilhan StephensMiilhan Stephens, UTS MA ‘21

One thing I think UTS has provided me with is tools to apply a lot of my ideas with the existing disciplines and resources that exist so we can speak the same language to people outside of our movement.



Jinil FleischmannJinil Fleischman, MA student

It was really incredible to learn Christian history and to compare the course of Christianity to the origins of our movement, and to see that there’s so much we can learn, especially from the beginnings of Christianity, to see how God is working through history.


Unification Theological Seminary is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code, donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Bequests can be made for general unrestricted use by the Seminary or you may choose to restrict your bequest gift for a designated purpose. Read more...

Go to top