We will actively support you throughout your studies. Our support will be tailored to your situation – you may be in ministry, re-entering education or coming from sixth form college, so together we will make it work for you. The staff are available to provide general support, as well as assistance with study skill.
At the Summit in Scarborough, you will also have access to learning resources, teaching rooms, the Hub Café and a Student relaxing area (computer games, air hockey, pool). We can even put on a movie in the ‘home’ cinema. This means space is available for peer support, working together, worship and prayer.
Upon completion students will receive a BA Honours degree in Theology, Mission and Ministry from Newman University, Birmingham. Kingdom Faith Church work in partnership with ForMission College who design and run the course centrally. We recommend you read further about the course on the ForMission College web site: formission.org.uk
The Academic Year Experience
Each year the academic and term dates are confirmed in advance. The academic year is spread over three ten week terms starting in late September and ending in early June. There is a break at Christmas and at Easter. Cluster Groups and Tutorials happen during term time. The Work Based Learning experience is an integral part of the degree and runs from September to June. Overall, for the degree, you are expected to cover at least 12 hours per term, which in total is 360 hours per year. You will be reflecting upon this learning experience in your other academic work. During the academic year you will be involved in personal formation (discipleship), preparing for presentations, journaling, reading, debating, compiling reports and writing essays. There are no exams
Facilitation Conferences During the Academic Year
The Facilitation Conferences are held during the academic year. The normal pattern for each year is that facilitation lectures will cover three modules over three separate weeks before Christmas, starting in October. This is then followed by three further modules, also over three separate weeks, in the following calendar year starting in January. The third year has four weeks of Facilitation plus a research project.