You will need either a degree in theology from a recognised accredited course in the UK or elsewhere, or training related to Christian work, which in the view of the Principal provides an adequate basis for participation in the Course. In both cases you will need to provide evidence to satisfy the Principal that you have experience of Christian work.
If your application relies on other training and experience, please contact the Amnos Office (email@example.com) by email as soon as possible setting out details of that training and experience and we will be able to advise further. So, if you are interested in our Course, you are welcome to contact us even before submitting the application form to tune the various aspects of admission.
As a new School we would not be able to secure your entry visa to the UK, if you apply from outside the UK and European Union.
How to Apply
To apply for the one-year Church Planting School course, please complete our online Application Form here.
On receipt of your application we will contact your two referees using the email addresses that you have provided. Once we have received both satisfactory references, you may be invited to attend an interview with the school Principal, which is the final part of our application process. If so, you will be asked to bring the following documents with you:
- A copy of your passport (UK or EU if you have one)
- Personal CV
- Certificates of Degrees and/or equivalent (if applicable)
- Proof of linguistic proficiency (if applicable)
We aim to notify all applicants of our decision regarding a formal application within seven working days of the interview date.
If you have any questions when considering an application or following your application or in respect of an offer please contact the Amnos office.
We are not applying any admissions fee this year. The deadline for submission of Application Forms is 15 August each year. If this deadline has passed but you are still interested in making an application, please contact the Amnos office urgently on 01277 376239 or 0300 11 11 242 or send your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org