Start your own Bible College or Campus

We have successfully set up colleges in Kenya, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Pretoria, Cape Town, Zambia, Namibia, Harare, India, Lusaka, Durban, Malawi, George and Alberton, with enquiries from Italy, Uganda, Ghana, and some Asian countries.

Start your own Bible College or Campus

We help you set up and structure your classes, plan your semesters, handle the administration, assist with developing advertising material for marketing your college, brainstorm ideas with you, help you with student applications, how to facilitate classes and grow your campus. It’s a lot of hard work and fun.

We have successfully set up colleges in Kenya, Namibia, Malawi, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Uganda.

If you are a Christian leader or Pastor a church, and would like to partner with us and find out how you could be trained to facilitate your own campus, or run your own bible college we would like to hear from you.

We train facilitators to work with students. A facilitator does not lecture or preach to students, the role of a facilitator is to assist the student and empower them to think for themselves. Our campuses are professionally operated, their principals and facilitators are strictly accountable to the Faculty for the efficient and ethical running of their campus. 

The beauty of starting a Bible College where you are makes it easier for your congregation or for people in your community to have world class education available to them, on their doorstep.  Having colleges close to your home town or community enables people to enjoy top quality international education without having to outlay huge sums of money to travel to a different town to study, or pay for accommodation, or outlay large amounts of money on text books.

Students who complete their studies are then encouraged to go out and start their own campuses and continue to disciple and facilitate and bring in the ‘harvest’.  

There is a strict process that we go through with you in order to maintain a high code of conduct and accountability to protect and uphold our international accreditation.

To find out more, please email our Dean of Colleges on