Please go to the website of the centre offering the Bible school programme you would like to apply for, and apply there. Most centres allow you to apply online. Visit our centres page to see what which centres offer Bible school programmes.
Certainly! Before you go, please make arrangements with the centre you wish to visit. You may wish to ask about a ‘Taste and See’ experience offered by many of our centres.
Yes! Students can attend multiple programmes as long as the programme dates don’t overlap. You could, for example, study at one centre for the fall semester and go to another centre for the winter and spring semesters. Typically there will be enough differences between centres that you won’t duplicate course material. Look through the centres pages and visit centre websites to find programmes that will work for you or contact us if you would like help figuring out what your options are.
The cost of our programs range from $200 – $700 USD per week. For more details please follow the links from our centres page to the website of the centre you are interested in.
Torchbearers International does not offer any scholarships or financial assistance. However, some centres have their own scholarship fund or may be able to make special financial arrangements. Check with the centre you are applying to, to see whether or not any scholarship is available.
You are never too old for Bible school! The average age of students is 18-21, however there is no age limit. If you would prefer to attend with other older students, the 3 week Bible school at Credo, Switzerland is designed for students who are 25+.
Torchbearers International is an international, interdenominational organization. If you want to know what we believe, you can read our Statement of Faith.
If you are interested in teaching at one of our centres, please contact the centre directly. You can find contact details on the centres pages.
Yes! Please contact the centre you wish to go to to find out more. You may also want to check out the 3 week Bible school offered by Credo, Switzerland which was designed for older students and families.
Please note: Not all of our centres are able to take families due to accommodation restrictions.
Most of our Bible schools are not accredited, but it is possible that your college or university may award credit or credit hours for your time as a student at one of our centres. Please talk to both your college/university as well as the centre you wish to attend to find out what the possibilities are.
Currently there are online Bible school courses offered in German by Schloss Klaus. Some centres may make lectures available to stream online or purchase for download.
Torchbearers International (also known as Capernwray) is an interdenominational, Christian ministry operating centres in 20 countries offering short-term Bible school programmes, conferences, camps and retreats.