In this paper a practical approach to the analysis of sintering of BaTiO3 using the Master Sintering Curve concept has been presented. Non-isothermal sintering of high-purity non-doped BaTiO3 ceramics was monitored using a sensitive dilatometer at three different heating rates (10, 20 and 30 oC/min) up to 1380oC. Densification of BaTiO3 during sintering was analyzed using the Master Curve Sintering Theory. A MSC was defined characterizing the sintering behavior of barium-titanate regardless of the heating rate. Construction of the MSC enabled estimation of the process activation energy. Using defined MSC, densification behavior of BaTiO3 ceramics during sintering can be predicted for arbitrary temperature-time excursions and these predictions can be used in controlling and planning the sintering process of this material.