Capernwray NZ

Dates & Fees

All Students Dates & Fees

Notes: Please note that the total course cost for each selection includes the registration fee and deposit payment

BML - 2017


Cost (NZ$)

 Oct 9th - Dec 14th




BML - 2018

Oct 8th - Dec 13th

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BML stands for Business, Ministry, Leadership and is a 10 week residential course we are running at Monavale to teach Bible based business principles.

The course consists of a mixture of lectures, group discussion, case studies & problem solving, assignments, practical application, workshops, testimonies, etc. Please note that the total course cost for each selection includes the registration fee and deposit payment:

Tutition Fees - What does this price include?

> Room & Board 7 days a week throughout the course
    - sheets, duvet and pillow provided
    - shared bunk rooms with en-suite bathroom facilities
    - electricity and heating included
> All meals during the course
> BML course programme - including tuition notes & handouts

Equipment Fee

Each student is required to pay an equipment fee of $65.00NZD. Payment of the equipment fee is required at start of school (please ensure that you allow for this fee in the money that you bring to school). The equipment fee covers the following: 

> computer services
> library services
> photocopying and printing of assignments
> course material / books
> end of semester student magazine


Capernwray New Zealand reserves the right to change the above prices without notice.

Student Refund Policy

Capernwray NZ is under no obligation to refund fees once training has commenced but we follow the NZ Government requirements for Intependant Tertiary Establishments, which are as follows:

Courses between 5 and 12 weeks duration (BML course and up to one term at Monavale)
Up until the end of the fifth day of the course, a refund less 25% of the total course cost will be made if a student withdraws and has already paid his/her fees.

Courses of 13 weeks duration or greater (Monavale+BML course)
Up until the end of the tenth day of the course, a withdrawn student who has paid their course fees is entitled to a refund less up to 25% of the total fee, based on actual costs incurred by the school.

All student fees are deposited in a trust account dedicated for this purpose and supervised by independent trustees. This is to ensure security of student fees.

After the standard refund period for the course, the School is under no obligation to reimburse students for fees in the event of withdrawal or dismissal from the course, and will not ordinarily do so.

However in exceptional circumstances (eg health, family bereavement) the school will at its discretion reimburse a proportion of the fees. This will be to a maximum of one third of unused proportion of the fees paid, which reflects the variable cost savings (essentially food and utilities) from the largely fixed costs associated with running the school.

Re-imbursement will normally be made between one to three months after the withdrawal depending on application to the trustees and the standard drawdown timings.

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