Will there be assignments?
Diploma students are assigned a pre-class and post-class assignment. Pre-class is in preparation for the upcoming module consisting of reading Textbook and meditating on Scripture.
Post-class assignments are determined by the instructor and can vary between a report or practical application. Students have 2-4 weeks to complete this assignment.
Ministry Foundations Students do not have assignments, but are required to participate in class discussions and will be encouraged to read their Bibles at home.
Can I pay my fees in instalments?
Diploma Students have the option of paying in full or committing to a payment plan, direct debts are then set up.
Ministry Foundation Students can also pay in full for all five modules, or pay £10.00 per class.
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What other costs should I be aware of?
Diploma Students are required to purchase textbooks. These cost between £7.00-£35.00 depending on the topic. Some textbooks will cover more than one module. This information is sent out 3 weeks before the next module.
When class is "in-person" students can make a monetary donation towards the provision of lunch.
Ministry Foundation Students when class is "in-person" students can make a monetary donation towards the provision of lunch.
How are students supported?
Diploma Students have a WhatsApp group where students can share information and get reminders about modules.
Academic Advisors are assigned to students for support, prayer and mentoring.
Class participation allows for exploration of ideas and beliefs.
Ministry Foundation Students may also have WhatsApp group. Class discussions allow students to ask questions and explore beliefs.
What are the requirements to graduate?
Diploma Students who attend all 20 modules and submit all assignments will be awarded a Diploma in Ministry.
Ministry Foundation Students must attend all five classes in order to be awarded a Certificate in Ministry Foundations.