1st year

Bible, prayer and discipleship

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Be built up

Get a firm foundation in your life! At the Bible school, you learn to know God’s word so you can overcome life’s challenges. Get introduced to all the books of the Bible and the foundational truths.


Some of the topics will be:

  • How to read God’s word
  • Sanctification
  • Identity in Christ
  • God as a Father
  • The pillars of the Christian faith
  • Creative evangelism
  • Apologetics
  • The need for the Power of The Holy Spirit
  • Character-building
  • Family and marriage
  • The books of the Bible
  • How to help people in need
  • Life skills and trauma processes
  • Learn to pray
  • What is Christian mission?
  • The End times
  • Economic management and giving
  • The Universe – A coincidence or created by a Mighty Creator?

Be inspired

What a privilegde to know God! Set off a year to draw closer to Him! He whole created you and saved you also want to show you His plan for your life and how you can live a life with the Holy Spirit.


You will receive a diploma at the end of the year, detailing the subjects that you have completed and the grades.

Be trained

Practice loving your neighbor through outreach in Trondheim, mission trips abroad, and trips to churches in Mid-Norway together with your classmates at BiT Bible College in Norway.


School fees: 12,000 NOK (6000 NOK for each semester). Applications are handled continually. We are the second most affordable bible school in Norway.

Mission trip abroad: Voluntary, but recommended! In 2020 the trip to Athens had a cost of 7000 NOK. Maximum 17,000 NOK.

Approved for support from The State Educational Loan Fund, Norway.

The school day


Worship service: 08:30-09:50


Lectures: 10:00-11:25


Lunch: 11:25-12:05


Lectures: 12:05-13:30


Ministry once a week in the Spring semester

We begin each day with a Worship service, who gets the highest score on all student evaluations. Wonderful to start the day with praising God and enjoying His presence!

The teaching mainly consists of lectures, but in the middle and at the end of the day, there are group discussions. In preparation for trips and events, we work in teams.

During the spring semester, you can suggest a ministry where you would like to serve once a week.


For this reason I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you through the laying on of my hands. For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.

— 2 Tim 1:6-7