Fees, Dates & FAQs
Your questions, answered...
Below you will find the answer to a number of frequently asked questions, however if your question’s not on the list send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone +44 (0) 1293 854603, or why not visit one of our open days and ask one of the College staff then?
So...where exactly are you?
The Kingdom Faith Training College Campus is at Roffey Place, a building complex which is set in 8 acres of grounds in the heart of West Sussex in the South East of England. Click the button below for directions.
Our full address is: Kingdom Faith Training College, Roffey Place, Old Crawley Road, Faygate, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 4RU.
Can I live on-site at the College?
Our campus is equipped with accommodation for residential students and living on site gives you a more rounded experience of College life. There is the option of living in rented accommodation locally, which some students, especially those with families, choose to do.
How is the College year organised?
Our College year usually starts in the first week of October. It is made up of three ten week terms on-site at Roffey Place followed by a summer placement in which students are able to go on a work placement to a church which partners with Kingdom Faith.
Then it’s our massive, week long, international event Faith Camp, which takes place annually on the Peterborough Arena. Students play a key part in making this event happen and this week marks the end of the College year. We hold a fantastic graduation celebration at Faith Camp.
When does the College year start?
Our next College year will start on Monday 08 October 2018. Term dates are as follows:
- Autumn Term: Monday 01 October 2018 - Friday 14 December 2018
- Spring Term: Tuesday 07 January 2019 - Friday 15 March 2019
- Summer Term: Tuesday 08 April 2019 - Saturday 03 August 2019
Please note: Term 3 is longer due to there being a 4/5 week placement from mid-June in one of the Kingdom Faith Partnering Churches followed by Faith Camp which takes place at the Peterborough Arena where the Graduation Ceremony will be included as part of your week.
Do you accept students from outside the UK?
Yes but only from within the EU. Due to a change in the law in 2009 the UK government imposes new regulations on students coming to study in England from overseas. All students from outside the EU need to obtain a student visa to study within the United Kingdom. As Kingdom Faith College is a private College and not accredited, we are unable to accept any applications from prospective students who require a student visa to enter the UK from outside of Europe.
If you have any further questions on this please contact the College office on: +44 (0) 1293 854603 or email: email@example.com.
How much does it cost?
£1,900 Residential Student fees per term
£3,400 Residential Married Couple fees per term
The residential student College fees includes tuition, meals, accommodation, access to computers/internet in the student Library and tea/coffee in the student lounge.
£825 Non-residential Student fees per term
Non-residential student College fees include tuition, access to computers/internet in the student Library and tea/coffee in the student lounge.
Please note: Fees are due before each term begins and there is a 3% surcharge on credit card payments.
So...how can I get a taste of College life?
Visit one of our Open Days at Kingdom Faith Training College. Upcoming Open Day dates are as follows:
- Tuesday 24th April 2018
- Tuesday 22nd January 2019
- Tuesday 30th April 2019
If you would like to arrange a visit to one of our Open Days please click the link below as we’d love to welcome you and make sure your day with us is as beneficial to you as possible.
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Can I work and be a student?
If you need to work, you will be able to do so in the afternoons and weekends. (Not Sundays). Some students have part time jobs throughout their time at college.
I have a family...can I commute to College?
Some of our students don’t live locally and have families and children in school; and they don’t feel it’s right to move everyone to Horsham during their time at college. So because of their special circumstances they are released to go home for the weekends.
It has been known for some students to do a daily commute from around the greater London area.
Sounds great...so how do I apply?
Click the button below to start your online application. We require 2 recommendation forms to be submitted along with your application - one from your pastor and the other to be completed by a mature Christian who has known you for at least 12 months and has had some input into your life (i.e. a mentor or life group leader).
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