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  • Title: Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: .. GO TO MENU.. Main menu.. Skip to primary content.. Skip to secondary content.. Home.. Courses.. BA in Applied Theology.. BA at a glance.. BA Course Details.. Application Process.. Course Tutors.. Timetable, Calendar and Fees.. FAQ s.. MA in Applied Theology.. MA at a glance.. MA Module details.. Application process.. MA course tutors.. Calender/Timetable/Fees.. Certificate.. Certificate at a Glance.. Certificate Course Details.. Course tutors.. Evening course.. Evening Course at a Glance.. Evening Course Details.. Evening Course Tutors.. Modular courses.. Modular Courses at a Glance.. Modular Course Details.. Modular Course Tutors.. Modular Application.. Mentoring Apprenticeship.. Online courses.. Open days and evenings.. Students.. Head, Heart and Hands.. Why Study at IBI?.. Stories from our Present students.. Stories from our Past students.. Video stories and interviews.. Student Life Photos.. Cáirde (Alumni).. Library.. Testimonials.. Resources.. Articles.. Book reviews.. Papers on Evangelicals in Ireland.. Support Us.. Building for the Future.. Fundraiser events.. Urban MashUp.. A once in lifetime opportunity.. Give now.. Get involved.. Sign up for news.. Prayer.. About Us.. History of IBI.. Mission and Vision.. Statement of Faith.. IBI Team.. Newsletter Signup.. Contact Us.. Location, Location, Location.. Login.. Search.. Follow @IrishbibleInst.. TEL.. 353 (0)1 8069060.. EMAIL.. info AT  ...   Why €1million?.. Courses.. At the Irish Bible Institute we can offer you a range of courses that are designed to allow maximum flexibility between study/class time and the rest of life.. Here you will find many written resources from staff, post graduate students and others on a variety of topics.. They inlcude book reviews and articles as well as a series of IBI papers on ‘Evangelicals in Ireland: Contemporary Challenges’.. This is a unique moment in the history of Irish Bible Institute.. We have an opportunity to buy out our premises if we can act before August 2012.. This is a huge challenge, but a vital one.. Only God can make this happen through the prayers, encouragement and giving of his people.. The IBI team is made up of staff and tutors, from various backgrounds and ministry experience.. As an Institute, we believe in the following as the basis for our Christian faith.. IBI Cáirde is the past student association of IBI, which was launched in 2004.. Stories From Our Present Students.. Stories From Our Past Students.. Degree in Applied Theology.. Evening Courses.. Modular Courses.. Mentoring & Apprenticeship.. IBIteam.. Location, location, location.. Book Reviews..

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  • Title: Contact Us | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Categories.. Building for the Future News.. FAQs Building for the Future project.. Events.. Mentoring and Apprenticeship.. News.. Newsletters.. Evangelicals in Ireland.. VOX Magazine.. Student Stories.. Past.. Present.. Student Life photos.. Video.. Validated by University of Wales.. Recent News.. Video: Why IBI is raising €1million.. Recent Events.. Autumn Institute 2012.. Urban MashUp at Vicar St.. Building for the Future Women s Mini-Marathon Fundraiser.. About.. Get Directions.. Just fill in your starting location in the box below and click "Get Directions" to view detailed instructions about how to get to IBI by car.. IBI,.. Ulysses House,.. 22-24 Foley Street,.. Dublin 1.. Tel: 353 (0)1 8069060.. Fax: 353 (0)1 8134210.. Email:.. Contact us.. Please fill in your details below with your query and we will get back to as quickly as possible.. * Required.. First Name *.. Surname *.. Email *.. Please let us know what you are enquiring about *.. Academics -student life and courses.. Finance - supporting IBI.. Other:.. Powered by.. Google Docs.. Report Abuse.. -.. Terms of Service.. Additional Terms.. Directions.. By Train:.. Arriving at Heuston Station.. Take the Luas light rail network that stops right outside the station.. Alight at Connolly Station.. From Connolly Station exit onto Amiens Street.. Cross the road and go west up Talbot  ...   James Joyce street.. Take the next right turn onto Foley street.. Continue walking down Foley Street with the Park on your left.. At the end of the Park facing the large apartment block is Ulysses House.. By bus from outside Dublin to Busaras:.. Alight at Busaras.. Come out the main entrance and cross the road toward Hotel Isaacs.. With the Hotel on your left walk toward the overhead bridge on Store Street.. You will come out onto Talbot Street.. Continue across the road and take the road facing you, James Joyce Street.. Take the first right turn onto Foley Street.. Continue down Foley Street with the Park on your left.. By car:.. Talbot street in a one way street going west.. Approach Talbot street from Amiens street which allows for a right turn (if coming from the northside) or left turn (if travelling from the southside).. Once on Talbot Street take the first right turn onto James Joyce Street.. Take the next right onto Foley Street and look for metered Parking along the street.. By air:.. From the airport, the Airlink Bus operated by Dublin Bus, will bring you to the central bus station Busaras.. With the Hotel on your left walk toward the overhead bridge on Corporation Street..

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  • Title: Students | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Our Students.. A day in the Life of an IBI student.. If you were to ask a number of the students what is the first thing you notice when you arrive at IBI, I m sure many would say the aroma of freshly brewed coffee.. That probably surprises you if you ve never visited before, but it is indicative of the welcome there is at the college from the IBITeam and other students alike.. A student s day will have started hours earlier.. Unless living in the city centre, most have travelled by public transport on trains and buses from Monaghan, Cavan, Carlow, Tipperary, Offaly, Cork, Kerry, Wexford and on local buses, Luas and Darts from Dublin and outer areas.. No matter how far the journey, IBI s central location makes it accessible.. The warm welcome, great friendship and commitment to being the best they can possibly be at IBI, make it all worthwhile.. Classes start at 9 30am and to get here a little early is a real pleasure; you can hang out in the break-out area, catch up with some last minute preparation for class in the  ...   will always get feedback that is honest, constructive and the attention you need to help you grow not only in knowledge (Head) but in love for the Lord and His people (Heart) and a longing to serve Him (Hands).. At lunch-time, students and staff sit together over packed lunches or sandwiches,bought locally and get to know one another.. If you stop for a moment to take it in, you will hear a great mix of laughter, banter, chat and serious theological discussion.. The mix of students adds to the richness of conversation different ages, gender, nationalities, church backgrounds there is never a dull moment!.. Usually there will be two and sometimes three lectures in a day.. Home-time is 5pm.. The facility stays open on Tuesday night until 10 o clock as there are Evening Classes.. Some day students take the late-night opening opportunity and stay on to study.. On Wednesday, closing time is 5.. 45pm to give students a chance to use the Library after classes.. Every student is significant here at IBI.. In the words of the famous song, this is a place where everybody knows your name..

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  • Title: Stories from our Present students | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Stories Current.. Below you will find stories from the students who are currently studying various courses at IBI.. We hope it will give you a flavour of student life at IBI.. Neil Harrison (MA student).. Posted on.. April 5, 2012.. by.. Louise Halpin.. Neil Harrison, Youth worker/pastor from Northern Ireland speaks about the influence that studying at IBI has had on his thinking and mission and why a place like IBI is needed.. Posted in.. ,.. Rhoda Brookes (MA Student).. Rhoda Brookes, Secondary School teacher and MA student at IBI, speaks about the impact studying at IBI has had on her ministry and why a place like IBI is so important to the Kingdom of God in Ireland.. June O Neill (Evening student).. April 4, 2012.. My journey started just  ...   off at IBI, I’d had no academic experience since my leaving certificate, and my biblical knowledge was quite limited.. So I’d like to encourage anybody who feels that they wouldn’t be able for IBI due to inexperience or lack.. Ruth Gyves (Evening student).. February 8, 2012.. I joined IBI in September 09, as an evening student taking the 3 year Certificate course, having considered doing so for some time.. What a great decision! Having been a Christian for a very long time, last year was a.. Sean Redmond (BA student).. Sometimes my sons laugh at me and suggest I am approaching middle-age! To their surprise instead of purchasing the mid-life crisis Ferrari, I commenced study at IBI.. Targets, goals, objectives, budgets etc were my main focus during a 20 year..

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  • Title: Stories from our Past students | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Stories Past.. Here you will find stories from our past students telling about how their study and time at IBI has impacted their faith, lives and ministries.. Lorna Carson (Evening Student).. I’m a lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Trinity College, and I have taken individual courses at IBI, with no particular agenda just for ‘fun’! I’ve always wanted to study the Bible in an academic, Irish context, and IBI provided.. Sandra Cantwell, Certificate student.. March 13, 2012.. Going to IBI was very significant for me as it was something I had thought about for years.. I was already familiar with the college from the early days of the Irish Bible School then based  ...   completed a BA Degree in Applied Theology at IBI (Sept 07-June.. Hope in the inner city: a story of theology in action.. Sometimes I get asked So what s this emphasis on applied theology at IBI all about?.. Maybe there is no better answer to this than tell a story of one recent MA graduate, Joe Donnelly.. Joe grew up in Ringsend, an.. Kevin Barrett (Evening course past student).. February 6, 2012.. dreamsedge.. When a friend suggested that I join him on the evening course in IBI I was looking for some ‘formal’ Bible study but had no idea that Tuesday evenings would become the highlight of the week for the next three..

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  • Title: Courses | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Committed to excellence in biblical education and leadership training for the church in Ireland, the Irish Bible Institute offers courses in Applied Theology at all levels, from a Certificate right through to a BA and MA.. Being evangelical and non-denominational, IBI has students and teachers from many church backgrounds and every corner of the island.. IBI exists to contribute to making a practical difference in the everyday life of the church in Ireland, the aim being that each student will make a difference both in their local Christian community and the wider church.. IBI strives to equip men and women who have a deepened passion for God and a compassion for people; who not only know, but are willing to wrestle with how best to apply and communicate God’s Word in Ireland today and who have a Christ-like desire to serve others sacrificially.. The Diploma (level 2) and BA (level  ...   The evening course can be taken as a one year or three year course.. The three year course is equivalent to taking the certificate (level 1) course during the daytime.. Classes are taught on Tuesday evening from 7.. 00pm til 10.. 00pm.. The MA course can be taken on either a full-time (30-36 hours per week) takes 1 year or part-time (10-12hours per week) basis takes 3 years to complete.. Four taught modules and a dissertaion.. Streams of study.. In this section we plan to offer you a choice of streams offering targeted subjects of study for a specific area of ministry.. This section will be coming on stream shortly.. Modular courses.. It is possible to take individual courses within the Certificate and Diploma programme.. You can join an individual course at the beginning of the semester in which the course begins.. You can do this for day and evening modules..

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  • Title: BA in Applied Theology | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Ba In Applied Theology.. An overview of the course.. The course in more detail.. Meet your course tutors.. How to apply for the course.. Term dates, subject timetable and fees.. FAQ's.. Help with the most common questions about the BA..

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  • Title: MA in Applied Theology | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Ma In Applied Theology.. The MA in Applied Theology at a glance.. The MA in Applied Theology in more detail.. Meet the MA course tutors.. How do I apply?.. Timetable, Seminar dates and fees.. Help with the most common questions in relation to the MA course..

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  • Title: Certificate | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Term dates, subjects and fees.. Help with the most commonly asked questions..

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  • Title: Evening course | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: Evening Course.. The Evening course is run every tuesday evening from 7.. 00 pm til 10.. 00 pm.. This is an online application process.. The most commonly asked questions regarding the evening course..

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  • Title: Modular courses | Irish Bible Institute
    Descriptive info: However modules can only count towards an IBI certificate and not a certificate validated by the University of Wales.. You must enter a full programme to avail of validation.. An overview of how modular courses work.. This is an online application form.. Help with the most common questions about taking a module..

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