YWAM Worcester English Language School

The English Language School is designed to equip students to successfully communicate in the English Language so that they can receive further training in missions, minister in English-speaking settings, and be better prepared to fulfill God’s calling on their lives. The school is committed to seeing students grow and develop as individuals.

At the beginning of each 11-week-term, new students are placed in one of the 5 levels, from Beginner to Upper-Intermediate. The term includes class time, worship, intercession, weekly outreaches, outings, work duties, and other activities to fully immerse in the language as well as develop a better understanding of the numerous cultures around them. With over 30 different nationalities every term, the YWAM Worcester base is an ideal place for growth and preparation to go to the nations!

This course is NOT a SAQA accredited qualification.

YWAM Worcester English Language School

Cost

Our fees are based on the nationality of the applicant. This fee structure allows students coming from less privileged backgrounds to join in our training. The fees include tuition, food, & housing, but exclude books (around R350 per level).

Lectures (each level is 11 weeks long)
South Africans: R15,650
Zone 1 (African countries): R17,450
Zone 2 (Latin America and Asia): R20,700
Zone 3 (North America, Europe, and Oceania): R25,750

Registration fee (Payable if accepted into the program)
Students will be required to pay R650 registration and for subsequent levels.

Please note that every year in January the prices are adjusted according to the national inflation, usually around 6%).

Prices might change without prior notice.

Dates

Dates 2020 (Levels 1-4)
Term 3: 03 July – 19 September
Term 4: 25 September – 12 December

Dates 2021 (All levels)
Term 1: 08 January – 27 March
Term 2: 02 April – 19 June
Term 3: 02 July – 18 September
Term 4: 24 September – 11 December

A Escola de Inglês, ou ELS, tem como objetivo equipar seus alunos a se comunicarem efetivamente na Língua Inglesa para que estes possam continuar com seu treinamento em missões, ministrar à povos de língua inglesa, ou estar melhor preparado para cumprir o chamado de Deus para suas vidas. A escola tem o compromisso com o crescimento e desenvolvimento de seus alunos.

No início de cada termo de letivo (11 semanas) os novos alunos são avaliados e colocados em um dos 5 níveis de Iniciante à Intermediário-Avançado. Cada termo é constituí­do de aulas, louvor, intercessão, evangelismos semanais, passeios, tarefas e outras atividades para ajudar na total imersão na língua, bem como desenvolver um melhor entendimento das diversas culturas ao seu redor. Com mais de 30 nacionalidades em cada trimestre a base da JOCUM de Worcester é o local ideal para crescimento e preparação para ir às nações.

This course is NOT a SAQA accredited qualification.

YWAM Worcester English Language School

Custo

O custo das aulas é baseado na nacionalidade do aluno. Esta estrutura de cobrança permite que alunos provenientes de países em desenvolvimento possam ingressar em nosso programa. As tarifas incluem comida e acomodação, mas exclui livros (por volta de R350 por nível).

Custo por Nível (11 semanas de duração)
Zona 1 (países Africanos): R17,450
Zona 2 (América Latina e Ásia): R20,700
Zona 3 (América do Norte, Europa, e Oceania): R25,750

Taxa de matrícula (cobrada se aceito no programa)
Uma taxa de matrícula de R650 será cobrada para registro na escola e para cada nível subsequente.

Os preços podem mudar sem aviso prévio. Note que todos anos em Janeiro os preços são ajustados de acordo com a inflação local, geralmente por volta de 6%.

Datas

2020 (Níveis 1-4)
Termo 3: 03 Julho – 19 Setembro
Termo 4: 25 Setembro – 12 Dezembro

2021 (Níveis 1-4)
Termo 1: 08 Janeiro – 27 Março
Termo 2: 02 Abril – 19 Junho
Termo 3: 02 Julho – 18 Setembro
Termo 4: 24 Setembro – 11 Dezembro

본 영어학교는 학생들이 영어로 능숙한 대화를 하도록 훈련하여 학생들이 이 과정이후에 영어로 선교훈련이나 양육을 받을 수 있고 또한 자신의 삶에 하나님의 부르심을 충족시킬 수 있도록 만들어져 있습니다. 본 학교는 모든 학생들의 성장과 또한 각 학생들 개인의 발전을 위해 헌신하고 있습니다.

11주 과정을 시작할 때 학생들은 수준에 따라 초보반부터 중상급반까지 수준별로 다섯개의 반으로 나누어져 수업을 받습니다. 한 학기는 수업, 예배, 중보기도, 주중사역, 소풍, 작업과 다른 활동으로 구성되어 모든 상황에서 영어를 사용할 수 있게 되어있고 또한 여러나라에서 온 사람들과 함께 생활하므로 다른 문화에 대해 배우고 이해할 수 있습니다. YWAM 우스터 베이스는 매 학기 30개국 이상의 사람들이 함께 생활하여 열방으로 나아가도록 준비하기에 최적의 장소입니다!

This course is NOT a SAQA accredited qualification.

YWAM Worcester English Language School

Cost

Our fees are based on the nationality of the applicant. This fee structure allows students coming from less privileged backgrounds to join in our training. The fees include tuition, food, & housing, but exclude books (around R350 per level).

Lectures (each level is 11 weeks long)
South Africans: R15,650
Zone 1 (African countries): R17,450
Zone 2 (Latin America and Asia): R20,700
Zone 3 (North America, Europe, and Oceania): R25,750

Registration fee (Payable if accepted into the program)
Students will be required to pay R650 registration and for subsequent levels.

Please note that every year in January the prices are adjusted according to the national inflation, usually around 6%).

Prices might change without prior notice.

Dates

2020 (Levels 1-4)
Term 3: 03 July – 19 September
Term 4: 25 September – 12 December

2021 (All levels)
Term 1: 08 January – 27 March
Term 2: 02 April – 19 June
Term 3: 02 July – 18 September
Term 4: 24 September – 11 December

What our former students say

Learn more about the ELS

It's a lifetime experience! A school where you will learn not only about English Language but also how you can make a difference in this world.
- Leonardo Röggen, Brazil

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements to be accepted into the ELS?
We do not require college degrees, work experience, or a seminary background. You do need to be at least 18 years of age (or 17 years old & a high school graduate). As the School was established to train missionaries to the mission field with the English language, we prefer students who have successfully completed a DTS or are part of another missionary organization. Apart from the age requirement, we ask that you fill out a simple application form to be evaluated by the leaders of the school along with two references.
How can I pay for my ELS fees?
There are many options to pay for your school fees. You can make an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), pay via PayPal, credit or debit cards in our office, as well as cash (less prefered). There are several ATMs spread around town and you can withdraw funds from them as needed.
Do ELS students attend church during the program?
We encourage all our students to commit to a local church during their time with us. You are free to choose which church you attend. Our staff are involved in many different churches in and around Worcester and they will help you know what’s available. Your parents or your home pastor may also have recommendations for you.
Can I receive further training with YWAM after my FCM?
Yes! We encourage students to consider following up their ELS with other second and third-level schools in YWAM. And of course, if you haven't done a DTS yet, we highly recommend you to do one.
Additionally, YWAM’s University of the Nations offers several training programs at campuses around the world. The DTS is a prerequisite for any other UofN training. The goal of these courses is to further equip you to accomplish the mission God has given you; they can also lead to a degree from the UofN. We’ll share more with you about further training opportunities once you’ve arrived for your school, but you are also welcome to ask our registrar about them now.
Do I need any vaccinations?
We do not have any required vaccinations for new students, but it is a good idea to be up-to-date with all of your immunization boosters before you come. You can also consult your health care practitioner for any special recommendation. Worcester is a malaria-free zone.
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