RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE
IS A THREE YEAR, PART-TIME PROGRAMME OF STUDY.
IS RBC FOR ME?
RBC is a course of study designed to provide you with a strong Biblical foundation from which you can grow and flourish. Emphasis is placed upon growth in godly character, leadership and service. If you are a new Christian or have been a Christian for years; if you are in business or are already serving as a Pastor, RBC can help equip you to fulfill God's plan for your life. For a full list of course subjects click here.
CAN I EXPECT TO BENEFIT?
Absolutely! As apart of the body of Christ, you play a vital role in God’s kingdom work. God wants to use you! Through your study at RBC you will discover who you are in Christ, what Christ provided for you and what you can do through Christ, so that you are equipped to do the good works God has planned for you to do.
WHAT IS THE COURSE SCHEDULE?
RBC is a part-time Bible College, taking place on 45 selected Saturdays over the span of three years. This part-time schedule provides the flexibility people need to work around their family responsibilities, jobs, church commitments, and University classes. Class sessions begin at 9am and finish at 6:30pm every Saturday we meet. For Campus Calendars, click here. For Campus locations, click here.
RBC offers Flexible Admission. This means you can apply when it is convenient for you. Upon acceptance into our programme, you will be given a start date. Apply now.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I FINISH?
Students who complete RBC will graduate with a Diploma in Christian Ministry. Any student desiring to pursue Licensing or Ordination with Rhema UK & Ireland, must be a RBC Graduate.
HOW MUCH DOES THE COURSE COST?
The total course fees for our 3 year programme is £4175. This can be paid by monthly standing order or by class Saturday. Detailed information of fees can be viewed and downloaded here.
WHAT IS PMR?
Practical Ministry Requirement (PMR) is a very important part of RBC student life. PMR is served in your own local church through practical service in areas like ushering, greeting, car park attendant, hospitality, etc. Applying the truths you are learning in the ‘real-life’ church setting helps you grow spiritually. All RBC students are expected to serve a total of 180 hours over the span of their three-year experience.