Frequently asked questions
During Year 1 we have both an international class with lectures in English and a class for students fluent in Swedish with lectures in Swedish. Some days during the year you’ll have common lectures with the opportunity for translation.
To attend WLBC, you need to be 18 (or turn 18 during the school year) or have completed your high school education. There is no upper age limit!
Year 2 is a continuing course for Year 1 and you therefore need to do Year 1 before you can apply for Year 2. There are other bible schools where you go through more or less the same courses as WLBC and in some cases you can therefore be credited Year 1 from another school. If you wish to credit Year 1 from another bible school, please contact email@example.com before applying.
No, the bible school year starts in the fall.
No, your children are not allowed to join you at Bible School. Only admitted students are allowed to attend the lessons except for scheduled visits and open seminars.
No, we do not offer financial support. The first year at bible school doesn’t qualify you for a student loan. However, if you join our 2nd year program, you will be entitled to receive a student loan from CSN. For more info please contact CSN.
If I apply and get accepted, but choose not to attend, can my application be transferred to next year?
Your application is not transferable, but you are welcome to apply again. Please note that we then also need new recommendations and a new application fee.
During year 1 you get a basic teaching on the Christian faith. In year 2 the subjects are more in-depth and have a greater practical focus. Mission and leadership are also more central in year 2 and you get to go on a longer mission trip.