Applicants for TBBMI must turn 18 during the year of admission.
Due to the practical profile of the school and the values at the ministry sites, active Christian ministry experience is required. Active Christian ministry means that you have had leadership or practical tasks in a Christian church or organisation during the last three years.
This needs to be documented by your leader or pastor, by filling digitally our Practice Documentation form. When the document is filled, it must be signed and authorized with the stamp of the church/organization and sent by the leader/pastor through email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a CC copy to the applicant.
Other type of documentation is also accepted as long as it contains the same information requested in our Practice documentation form. Open Word documents, handwritten documents or documents with outdated contact information will be considered invalid.
The school has continuous intake until the first school day. If there are still available spots in the school by then, the intake will continue until September 24th.
Read the admission regulations here:
The students must have satisfactory English competence in order to follow the teaching. The applicants may therefore be asked to prove this through a Skype conversation with our office.
Applicants from outside the EEA should be able to prove that they have applied for visa/residence at the latest 4 weeks after they have received a confirmation letter from us. If this is not done within the deadline, other applicants may be prioritised.
Please visit this link to get acquainted with all requirements from the UDI for Student Visa applications.
1) Fill in and submit the online application form.
2) Please note that the application is not complete and will not be evaluated before the practice documentation form is sent.
The “practice documentation form” must be filled digitally by the applicant’s leader or pastor. When the document is filled, it must be signed and authorized with the stamp of the church/organization and sent by the leader/pastor through email to email@example.com with a CC copy to the applicant. Other type of documentation is also accepted as long as it contains the same information requested in our form.
APPLICATION PROCESS FOR NON-EU CITIZENS
Here you may visualize the process from the moment you send in your TBBMI application to the first school day. For our EU/EEA applicants the Visa application won’t be necessary.