Please carefully read the following:
AFCOE Africa ADMISSION POLICY
The cost for the 4-month AFCOE Africa training is 2.2M UGX or US$605. If you are coming from another country, kindly calculate the exchange rate based on your local currency. This amount includes tuition and food. AFCOE Africa will provide 3 meals per day 7 days a week for 3 months.
A minimum of 25% of your tuition fee is due before starting the training. Scholarship students are allowed to attend the first week of AFCOE with a minimum of 10% of tuition paid, for scholarship evaluation. If accepted for scholarship, all remaining tuition will be covered by the scholarship fund. Otherwise, students will be required to find sponsorship to continue their training.
For those who wish to make payments on their tuition, the following is the fee structure for payments (kindly calculate the exchange rate, based on your local currency):
- First payment (due on arrival) 550,000 UGX (US$150)
- Week #2 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #3 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #4 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #5 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #6 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #7 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #8 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #9 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #10 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #11 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
- Week #12 150,000 UGX (US$ 42)
Payments must be made no later than Sunday morning each week by 9:00am, before being allowed to enter classes.
A portion of the required syllabi are included in the tuition. The remaining books and syllabi, students are expected to pay for personally. These are available for purchase through AFCOE Africa. The total cost for all required books, is approximately 70,000UGX (US$20). A booklist will be issued upon acceptance into the program.
Outreach Travel Costs
Students are required to participate in outreach activities two afternoons per week. Bus/van costs must be covered by each individual student, and are approximately 180,000 UGX (US$50) for the 3-month training.
The following is a breakdown of the actual costs for attending AFCOE Africa:
- Tuition 2.2M UGX (US$ 605)
- Books 70,000 UGX (US$ 20)
- Travel 180,000 UGX (US$ 50) bus (matatu) fare for outreach during
the 3-month training
- Accommodation is excluded and arranged separately.
Cancellation Refund: All cancellations must be made in writing and mailed or emailed to AFCOE Africa not less than 30 days prior to the beginning of the program for a full refund, for those paying in advance. Refunds will not be available after the first week of the training program.
Dismissal Refund: AFCOE Africa reserves the right to dismiss any student, without a refund, who consistently fails to abide by the policies and guidelines described in this admission policies document.
SUMMARY OF STUDENT STANDARDS OF CONDUCT:
(A more detailed AFCOE Student Policy Handbook will be sent to you upon acceptance into the AFCOE Africa School)
All students are expected to live in harmony with Biblical principles, and to adhere to the standards and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Personal Devotion Time
One of the keys to experiencing the full potential of the AFCOE Africa program is faithfulness in the area of personal devotions. This personal time spent between the soul and God enables and empowers the student for dynamic Christianity and effective ministry. Far from being a burdensome requirement, it is a blessed privilege!
Students are required to attend all scheduled classes and outreach projects unless other arrangements have been made and approved by the Administrator. Habitual tardiness and/or absence will not be tolerated and may lead to expulsion.
The Sabbath hours, from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday, are sacred and joyous times for spiritual renewal, public worship, and Christian fellowship. Secular activities (shopping, business, sports, and distracting amusements) are to be avoided during this time. Attendance at worship services is required unless arrangements are made to accommodate special circumstances.
A friendly and professional association is expected between attendees. Because of the intensity of the program, dating and courting is prohibited among the participants while at AFCOE Africa. All are required to maintain a high standard of moral purity, avoiding the appearance of inappropriate attentions to the opposite sex.
Applicants who have infants or children should plan to provide for their care with relatives or family friends at their home. AFCOE Africa students may not bring their infants or children to the AFCOE program. Nursing mothers are not permitted to take the Full-course training.
At AFCOE Africa, we strive to be the best at everything we do. We realize that God has called us to be a witness for Him. As part of that calling, we believe that dress and grooming should be modest, neat, and clean. Recognizing that our program demands a high standard of professionalism & excellence, the following dress policies are in effect for all students:
Please be advised that torn jeans, sleeveless or stomach revealing tops, skin-tight apparel, low-cut or unbuttoned shirts are not allowed at any time on campus or for off campus activities. Any jewelry, including wedding bands/rings, shall not be worn. Tattoos should be covered and not visible if possible.
For class & chapel, a professional or professional-casual look is expected. Dress or kaki pants with collared or button-up shirt are required for men. For ladies, skirts or dresses are expected during class, chapel, outreach, and the evangelistic meetings. No jeans, shorts, T-shirts, or mini-skirts are allowed at any time during class, chapel, outreach, church, or the evangelistic meetings.
For church, a professional look is expected. Shirt & tie or suit is suitable for men. Modest dresses or skirts/blouse for ladies are required.
Distribution of all books, literature, or media (CDs, videos, etc.) must first be approved by the AFCOE Africa staff.
Under no circumstances may any illicit drugs, tobacco, alcoholic beverages, caffeine, pornography, occult items, weapons (guns, long knives, machetes, or any other fighting weapon), gang symbols, or any other ungodly items be tolerated on the AFCOE Africa campus, in the AFCOE housing, or on the person of AFCOE students. Discovery of any of these items may lead to immediate expulsion, without a refund, from the program.
Participants are asked to assist the staff and other attendees by manifesting a cooperative, harmonious attitude. All must complete assignments by the date requested, meet community outreach goals, and abide by written rules as outlined in this document and the student policy manual. If you have concerns, questions, or special circumstances, please discuss them with our administration. Every effort is made to carefully resolve such issues.
Honesty is a vital principle and highly esteemed in AFCOE Africa. Any form of dishonesty: lying, gossiping, cheating, forgery, etc. will disqualify the participant from doing an OJT (training practicum) and may lead to dismissal from the AFCOE Africa Program.
AFCOE Africa reserves the right to dismiss a participant, without a refund, who fails to abide by the policies and guidelines in this document and the student policy manual.
AFCOE Africa is committed to providing the very best instruction and lecturers available. The AFCOE Africa faculty are seasoned Bible teachers, Bible workers, and evangelists.
Accreditation and Transfer Credits
AFCOE Africa is not an accredited school, but rather a training center of evangelism. Therefore, we cannot guarantee college/university credit for the completion of the AFCOE Africa program. AFRICOE will issue a certificate of completion for all who satisfactorily complete the course of evangelistic training.