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Modules

The following modules are offered in the Autumn Semester. Please note that these modules are not worth academic credit and cannot be transferred to any other degree course or programme. You may choose to complete these modules for credit, and standard fees will apply (see our fee information on page 24). · MISSION AND VOLUNTEERISM promotes

personal development through understanding cultural diversity and deepens spiritual insight and self-awareness with studies in altruism and compassion. · PREPARATION FOR MISSION SERVICE

introduces the fields of cultural anthropology and the sociology of religion, focusing on cross-cultural communication and contextualisation. · MINISTRY AND CULTURE examines principles

of sociology and cultural anthropology, cross-cultural communication, ministry in cultural diversty, and contemporary cultural issues. · CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY introduces the

basic theory, approaches and application of cultural anthropology and an appreciation of the complex nature of all cultures. In addition, six seminars/workshops are delivered by personnel from ADRA-UK on topics such as International Development and Urban Ministries. Further workshops/seminars are delivered by personnel from the TED and include sessions on Christian Apologetics, Youth Alive projects, mentoring and relationships.

Course outcomes

Through the Year in Mission and Service you will have the opportunity to progress your personal development and deepen your spiritual insight and self-awareness as you enhance your understanding of cultural diversity and missiology, altruism and compassion. You will gain a deeper understanding of the issues faced by different cultures interacting in a ministerial context, and how to appreciate the complex nature of cultural diversity. These studies will prepare you for mission work in the field, and the skills you acquire will enable you to manage projects sensitively in multicultural settings, communicate effectively within cultures other than your own, and to identify appropriate responses to well-defined and abstract problems within the mission project.

Fees and funding

AN ALL-INCLUSIVE price of £1,999 covers tuition, shared accommodation, and meals for the first semester. No Newbold fees apply for the second semester; however, there may be costs associated with your chosen mission project and these will be arranged between you and the organisation that manages your project. SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS The Trans-European Division subsidises 100% of the fees (tuition, meals and shared accommodation) for students under 30 years of age who go on to complete their mission projects with the TED.

Entry requirements

UK APPLICANTS You are normally required to have five GCSEs (grade 9–5) or similar Level Two qualifications, plus at least one documented year of post-GCSE/Level Two studies such as Advance Subsidiary (AS) passes. You will also need to be at least 18 years of age at the beginning of the academic year. NON-UK APPLICANTS Depending on your secondary school’s equivalency to the UK academic system, you may need to meet different entry requirements. IF ENGLISH is not your native language you will also need to provide evidence that your English is of a standard sufficient to study at this course level. See our website, or page 30, for more information.

For more information, please contact our Admissions office at

admissions@newbold.ac.uk

More information E: info@newbold.ac.uk T: +44 (0)1344 407492 W: newbold.ac.uk/ mission-service

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Profile for Newbold College of Higher Education

Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21

Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21

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