GENERAL INFO

Fees & Dates

First Year Certificate (Accredited)

DURATION
One academic year:
5 September 2018 – 14 July 2019

WEEKLY TIMETABLE
Wednesday & Thursday: Lectures & Internship Training
Friday: Internship practical all day
Evening & Weekends: Serving in weekend services & mid-week activities

FEES 2018-2019
First Year £2399 course fee* + £600 Mission fee
*£599 deposit plus 10 monthly payments of £180
Mission Fee payable in full or by instalments

Second Year – Advanced Internship

DURATION
One academic year:
12 September 2018 – 14 July 2019

WEEKLY TIMETABLE
Wednesday: Lectures All Day
Thursday & Friday: Internship practical all day
Evening and Weekends: Serving in weekend services and mid-week activities

FEES 2018-2019
Second year £1199 course fee* +£600 Mission fee
*£199 deposit plus 10 monthly payments of £100

Second Year – Church Planting Partnership

DURATION
Either a six month or ten month placement from September 2018

INFORMATION
This Internship option allows you to partner with one of our International locations and pioneer with them to build the church across the globe. This will entail working in either Accra or Kuala Lumpur.

FEES 2018-2019
There are no fees for this part of the course but students will be expected to fully fund their travel, accommodation and living costs whilst on placement. Students will serve at least 3 days a week in a location as well as being part of weekend services and midweek events.

SECOND YEAR – C3 COLLEGE

For details of C3 College fees and dates – please visit c3college.com

What should I be budgeting?

Studying is exciting and exhilarating but there’s also the cost of life to consider.  Having lead this course over a number of years, we’ve discovered that students should budget between £350 – £450 per month above accommodation costs for general living costs like food, transport, utility and phone bills as well as any personal spends you may like to make.

The course is designed to allow space for students to find flexible part-time work locally to help finance their year. This should be considered prior to arrival as once the year starts it can be more difficult to focus on finding a job when you will be engaged in church and College life.

Where should I live?

Where possible we encourage students to arrange their own accommodation. However we appreciate that some students may travel a great distance and so we do provide some limited options. Individual needs can be discussed at the interview stage.

Sheffield has two large universities and as a result there is a great deal of student accommodation on the market from £70-80 per week. If you would like help in finding some student accommodation then please speak to the College Directors for details of options available. Each year there is always a number of prospective students looking at this option and where possible we will try to connect you with each other so that you can find accommodation as a group which is often easier.

What are the entry requirements?

To apply for Whitefields Leadership College we expect that you meet the following basic entry requirements:

  • A committed Christian who loves Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Saviour
  • Aged 18 or over
  • Able to provide a pastoral reference from a local church leader who recommends you for the course
  • Able to provide an understanding of how you will finance your year to cover fees and living costs
  • Able to show some academic competence to at least a GCSE grade C or above level (or vocational equivalent)
  • Complete an interview assessment with the College Directors
  • International Students: have a reasonable grasp of the English language both spoken and written