The finances of Cornerstone are part of our journey of faith and trust in God. We are able to keep the fees at a low level, because we do not pay our staff. Just like most of our students, our staff also depend on God to supply their finances through the support they receive from their church, family and friends.
Fees for Doorstep
Food & accommodation:
Mission Experience in Europe
Included: Tuition & use of study facilities, food and accommodation (including weekends), travel expenses to weekly learning activities and vision trips, Almassira, the 3 week European placement, Integration Assistant course in partnership with AWM Korntal.
Fees do not cover: The time with your home church, the 6 week internship/outreach outside of Europe, staying at Cornerstone during holiday breaks and other additional costs such as books, laundry, telephone, key deposit etc. See additional costs 2017-2018. You will need extra finance to cover these costs.
Breaks and holidays:
If you want to stay in college during breaks and holidays you pay an extra charge per night per person. In addition you will be asked to help in a small daily practical duty. No catering is available during these breaks.
Health & Insurance:
You must have full health insurance for your time at Cornerstone. EU/EAA & Swiss nationals should be able to get a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) from their healthcare system at home. It is also possible to take out private healthcare insurance. We cannot accept you without having received copies of your EHIC or health insurance policy. Please check:
Doorstep is a programme of Cornerstone, a Bible College in The Netherlands offering a range of programmes to help you train for mission. Taught in English, and with a strong focus on intercultural mission, our courses provide a combination of academic and practical modules, equipping you for cross-cultural work and preparing you to be more effective as you explore and follow your calling into the nations.
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