Application and times
Application forms are sent on request via www.ibios.se or email@example.com.
For non-European citizens: the last date to enroll is last February. Applications submitted after February will not be processed.
For European citizens or persons with permanent residency in Sweden: the last date to enroll is the last of March.
Fall semester starts at August 26th and ends December 19th 2019, spring semester starts at January 6th and ends in June 7th 2020.
Lesson times common to all the students are:
In addition to this there will be practical ministry 3-6 hours a week.
Organizer and student aid
City Church Bible school is a fulltime education run by Kaggeholms Pentecostal College (folk high school). Students with Swedish citizenship can thereby apply at CSN for student financial aid. For more info see www.csn.se
The teaching at IBIOS is free but the school charges an administrative fee of 4000 SEK per semester (totally 8000SEK) which covers hand-outs, accident insurance, computer access, printing, refreshments and a study trip. The course literature will be approximately 1000 per semester (totally 2000 kr) SEK. Mission trip to Africa: 12 000–15 000 SEK plus a mission trip here in Sweden.
Living in Stockholm means you will have to travel on the public transportation system to get to school. A traveling card costs around 800 SEK per month or about 7 000 SEK for a period of 9 months. If you are under 20 years of age special rules apply.
For non-Swedish citizens: an application fee of 500 SEK is due with the application.
For Swedish citizens: Once you have been admitted you confirm your place by paying 500 SEK to City Church’s bankgiro 5151-8991.
If you are not a citizen in a EU country you are required to apply for a VISA to study in Sweden, please visit The Swedish migration board website for more information and requirements for VISA application.
The cost for accommodation in Stockholm can vary depending on the area. One can budget for approximately 3000–5000 SEK per month for student accommodation.