"...entrust these things to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others." - 2 Timothy 2:2

Registration (for the Greek Programs)

Registration Requirements

1. The Greek Bible College only accepts the applications of adults. Applications made by candidates of up to 21 years of age must have a signed approval from a parent or a legal guardian.

2. All interns must have a health certificate and complete the relevant forms supplied by the College Registrar.

3. Each candidate must affirm that he/she has embraced the Christian faith for a minimum of one year and must sign the College’s Statement of Faith.

4. Every candidate must give the names of three persons who are able to recommend him/her. It is preferable that at least one of them is a pastor, elder or minister who knows the candidate well. The other two who are called to verify the candidate’s Christian character must not be his/her relatives.

5. Every candidate must be a Lyceum graduate (or of an equivalent secondary education institution). Older candidates may be accepted by exception, without having graduated from a Lyceum, after approval by the Applications Committee. The number of such students accepted by the College is very restricted and regular status is achieved after a six month trial period. If their performance proves satisfactory, it is possible for them to continue as regular students, but they can only receive a certificate verifying the classes they have taken.

6. For the one-year diploma, the same requirements are in place. In order for a one-year graduate to continue on to the full-program, he/she must have the first year completed successfully with an average grade of 7/10.

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Students with Disabilities

The academic building of the college is equipped with an elevator that accommodates the needs of people using wheelchairs and provides accessibility to all the basic academic areas. A toilet for people with special needs is also available on the ground floor of the academic building.

Incasesofdyslexiaorotherlearningdisabilities, thecollegeexamineseachcaseindividuallyandthecommitteeforacademicaffairsdecides how to arrange appropriate grading methods for the student, if possible.

 

Special Cases

“Part-Time Students”

A full-time student is one who is taking more than 12 hours of classes each week. A student taking less than 12 hours is considered “part-time” and they pay tuition for each class separately, instead of for the entire semester. However, the same criteria are in place for their registration and acceptance as for full-time students.

 

Auditors

It is possible for someone to be accepted as an auditor provided sufficient capacity and after completion of an application form. Tuition for auditors is lower than those of regular students. Auditors are provided with written resources but they are not required to give tests and be graded. No accommodation is provided for auditors.

Visitors

Visitors are allowed to sit in for various lectures, after they receive permission from the secretary and the respective lecturer. Visitors who wish to come to classes more regularly must enroll as a student or an auditor.

Application Process

Student candidates who are interested to take one of the College’s programs can download the application form [link] or request it from the College’s secretary. The application form must be completed and submitted to the College with the registration fee (€20) which is not refundable.

For the recommendation letter, the student candidate will note in his/her application the names of three persons together with their contact details. TheCollegeRegistrarwillcontactthesepersonsandtheirrecommendation letters will be sent directly to the College. Uponreceiptofthe application and the recommendation letters the College may request a personal interview with the candidate before he/she is formally accepted. Student candidates must submit their applications in time. Depending on each case, theapplication process may take up toamonth.

Every academic year is divided in two semesters, the fall and spring semester. The first one begins in the middle of September and the second one in the middle of January. Anyone who wants to apply at the Greek Bible College must begin classes in September. Exceptions may be made for students to begin in January.

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