United Kingdom, England

Located in Hertfordshire, All Nations Christian College is an English missions college that is validated by the Open University and focuses on training students around the world for Christian mission service. The college offers Bachelor’s degree in Biblical and Intercultural Studies that is based on differences in biblical, personal development and intercultural elements and it available not only as a BA (Hons) degree but also as Certificate and Diploma. The formation of All Nations Christian College was from the merging of Ridgelands Bible College, Mt Hermon Missionary Training College and All Nations Bible College in 1971 and all the three trained people for cross-cultural missionary services abroad. It also offers PG Diploma, PG certificate and MA in contemporary mission studies along with short courses called En Route which will take only ten weeks with regular courses.

Campus Life

All Nations Christian College has the largest missiological library in the continent housing more than 50,000 volumes and 40,000 indexed articles and subscribes to more than 100 periodicals. It accommodates its students in Buxton House which is also the main house that has the married couples’ residence called the Wainery along with Coach house that provides computing facilities and a custom-built block for accommodation named the Oak House. The Academic block has two lecture halls that are fixed for the hard of hearing with induction loops and tutors’ offices. There are also facilities like a games room and other sports facilities provided by the college. The Student Committee of the college is run by student-elects in positions of two head students, secretary, cleaning rep, treasurer, kitchen rep, prayer rep, transport rep, students living out rep and worship rep and they meet once in a week to organize events, parties and social activities.