It is now a week since our Winter Bible School came to a close and all of us at Capernwray rejoice in what the Lord was pleased to accomplish in our lives and the students we had with us from January. Thank you so much for your prayer on our behalf in light of the uncertainty that remained from immigration issues that resulted in a reduction in numbers that returned for the second term.
It gives me great joy, on a beautiful spring day, to pass on some very good news.
We have had confirmation from the agency that inspected us on behalf of the UKVI last October that we can accept non-EU students who obtain six-month study visas. There had been some doubt about this but the agency put the questions we asked to the Home Office and their response was a positive one. Below is a web site that potential students should examine so that they can understand the process of application and meet the requirements for a “Short Term Student” visa. We will continue to offer the two courses of Winter School and Spring School as before since they are fully accredited through inspection by the national agency “Schools Inspection Service.”
We are so very grateful that this secures the continuation of our acceptance of students from around the world to Bible School courses that have had such an impact in so many lives through the risen Lord Jesus over the years. Thank you again so much for your support and encouragement that has been vital in our lives over these challenging months and in particular as we experience a change in leadership here at Capernwray this year.
The Home Office web site that outlines the Sort Term Student visa path.