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Build healthy spiritual and biblical foundations for transformative, life-changing work. Whether you're looking for cross-cultural mission training or you are supporting others in cross-cultural mission, we have something for you.

  • 1-3 Year Full Time
  • 2-6 Years Part Time
  • 120-360 Total Credits
  • Level 4-6 Level of Award (Undergraduate)

Our undergraduate Christian ministry and missionary training and teaching in biblical, theological, and intercultural specialisms prepare you for long-term cross-cultural service, wherever God leads you. These one-, two- and three-year courses combine academic study with work experience and personal development to give you the emotional resilience and understanding you will need to excel.

Your communication skills will develop and you will learn to analyse, evaluate and design effective approaches for diverse cultural contexts.

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Key Points of Information

  • Where can it take you?

  • Accredited College Courses

  • Training for Christian ministry and mission isn’t all about academic attainment

Should I study through remote access, which is live online, or on campus at All Nations Christian College?

Remote access: Visa restrictions or your work or living arrangements might mean that online ministry or mission courses, through live remote access, are your best option. Unlike many other online Christian colleges, we rarely use prerecorded material. Most of it is live, so you will be studying together  with other Christians from all over the world. You will build friendships  with people studying in different cultures and time zones.

On campus: Receiving biblical teaching, with theological and intercultural mission training within our historical, beautiful and culturally rich grounds is an immersive experience. You become part of a rich, diverse and vibrant learning community, living in a safe environment where you can develop personally and spiritually before you venture back out into the world.

Depending on your circumstances you may be able to bring your spouse and your children, who will enjoy living in the community with you and be able to make like-minded friends.

Read more about our accommodation and life on campus for you and your family. Visa requirements and restrictions change depending on circumstances, government policies and much more. Our course administrators will advise you as much as they can.

Lifelong support is part of our Christian mission and ministry training

However you decide to study, we will support you for the rest of your life – we never stop praying for our graduates. Taking biblically-centred mission and ministry training for a Christian vocation needs this long commitment from us as a college:

  • We are always here to help if you need additional training

  •  People stay on campus to decompress and seek God after retiring from ministry or serving on a project.

  • We offer specialist retreats and short courses to refresh your soul and your knowledge all year round.

  • We stay in touch and are always here to pray for you and with you as you follow God’s calling.

“Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing.”

1 Thessalonians 5:11

If you would like an information pack, or if you have any questions, please email or call us on +44 (0)1920 443500.


These full-time mission and ministry training courses can be full-time, part-time or online through remote access, and run for three terms a year. Students are expected to attend all classes, seminars, workshops and debates, in addition to their private study.

Assessment assignments include short reflective reports, essays, research projects and presentations.  Language modules (e.g. Greek or Hebrew) are assessed through examinations.

Courses begin in September and January each year. Course applications should be submitted as early as possible to maximise your chance of securing a place. This is particularly important if you are an overseas student and you plan to live on  College campus for the duration of your studies.

If you are taking a certificate, diploma or degree, you can defer to complete it in a later year if you arrange this with the course’s administrator.

Some of our students are self-financed, others are being funded by their own support network, some apply for grants or student loans, and others are funded by trusts or the charities they work for.

The recommended minimum age of entry is 21 years. However, All Nations will consider applicants who are 19 or 20 years old, provided they meet the admissions criteria.

You need a minimum of two A levels and the equivalent, or relevant vocational experience.

If you would like an information pack, or if you have questions, please email or call us on +44 (0)1920 443500.

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