Including quarantine, accomodation, food and school materials
First World Nations, e.g. the North American, European Union, and Australasian (including Japan & South Korea).
27 million IDR (approx 1850 USD or 1550 Euro)
Second World nations, e.g. the G 22 group (including Nigeria, South Africa, Russia, Malaysia, Brazil etc.).
19 million IDR (approx 1300 USD or 1100 Euro)
Third World nations, e.g. India, Malawi, Kenya, Ghana.
12 million IDR (approx 800 USD or 700 Euro)
lihat di sini untuk harga khusus untuk orang Indonesia
Which category does my country belong to?
Approximately 15 million - 25 million (US$1100 - US$1800 | 1000 Euro - 1500 Euro)
SOFM Application Form
Pastor Reference Form
Leader Reference Form
Other Reference Form
The School of Frontier Missions is about seeing an unreached community become disciples of Christ through contextualize methods.
In addition to the week lectures, you will also be having short workshops that will equip you with practical skills for the field (financial stewardship, team building, health care, community development, etc)
There will most likely be a week-long outreach to a local area in the middle of the school. The locations are determined by the school leader. ( Cost not included in lecture phase fees.)
You can make a 2-year commitment to a location (though 3 months will work if you don't know where you're called too). Throughout the school, you will process with the leader/staff about where you want to go. If you are going with a team, then we do our best to prepare the way for you. If you are not going with a team but a team exists in the location, then we do our best to plug you into the pre-existing team. Since we value working in teams, we don't usually send people out alone to a work alone. If no team exists, then you will process with the school leader/staff about the best option.
UofN Bali is an amazing international community with staff represented from 6 continents.
We are able to take advantage of many teachers that are serving in the frontiers across the region.
Indonesia is made up of 300 ethnic groups, offering an incredible cross-cultural experience.
While in Bali you are literally surrounded by the unreached, there is no better way of learning how to engage them.
The base has a number of ministries that students can get practical experience with, with ministries to street kids, slums, prisons and prostitutes.
Bali is becoming a real gateway with easy access to locations across Indonesia as well as the nations of SE Asia.