Flexible Delivery:

The Postgraduate programme and the final year of the undergraduate programme are available through campus-based (residential) and flexible delivery. This enables students from all over the world to study with and at the same time as those in the classroom via video technology. The College plans to extend this to the rest of the undergraduate programme over the next few years. See below for more details.

Online Delivery:

The En Route Programme offers the Explore and Express online as an online programme. We also offer various short courses through this mode of study. See below for more details.

  • Explore (Online)

    September │January │April
    If you are unable to spend 13 weeks at All Nations, we invite you to consider Explore; our 13-week, online course that provides a foundation for cross-cultural mission service. As part of an online community, you will participate in an interactive course written and facilitated by a training team who have current mission experience. Explore is particularly geared towards those needing more flexibility with regard to their study options.

  • Postgraduate

    Postgraduate Programme Overview

    The Postgraduate Programme makes use of technology-enhanced delivery and can be accessed residentially on campus or remotely (online) through Flexible Distributed Learning (FDL). Courses can be taken either full or part time.  The programme is designed to facilitate progression from the Postgraduate Certificate through to the Masters level

    PG Cert in Missiology  │ MTh / PG Dip in Contextual Theology  │ MA / PG Dip in: Missiology , Global Ecclesiology , Multicultural Church in Practice , Transformational Development , Transformational Leadership

  • Degree

    The OU-validated degree course is aimed at those preparing for long-term cross-cultural mission service and who appreciate the balance of practical and academic study.  Overall, the degree programme will enable you to develop communication skills and the ability to analyse, evaluate and design suitable approaches to diverse cultural contexts. Apart from a three week supervised placement, most of the programme is delivered residentially at the College site, but as from September 2020, students will be able to take the final year of the BA (Hons) in Biblical and Intercultural Studies either residentially (through campus-based learning) or via Flexible Delivery mode, where remote and campus based students study together. The College plans to extend this to other years of study as soon as possible.

  • Crucial Issues for Mission in Britain and Europe

    Crucial Issues for Mission in Britain and Europe

    5 – 9 July, 2021
    INTENSIVE Online, Mon-Fri, 9am-1pm

    This 5-day intensive course is aimed at those who are involved in Christian mission in Britain and Europe. The course takes an interdisciplinary and contextual approach to mission studies and aims to equip the students with an understanding of the key issues and challenges of mission in Britain and Europe: identity, secularisation, migration, nationalism, Islam, and Covid-19!  At the end, you will have tools that will help you reflect on your own mission practice for years to come. 

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    Prayer for the Nations Course

    19 - 24 April, 2021
    Do you want to grow in your prayer life and learn to partner with God in what He is doing in the nations through prayer?  Would you like to be better equipped to respond to world events, and engage in intercessory prayer to see God's Kingdom established “on earth as it is in heaven”?  Come be part of an online learning community for a week, as we engage in God’s heart for the world through intercessory prayer!

  • Advanced Short Courses

    Missiological Issues in Contextual Theology

    12 April - 18th June, 2021 

    This course focuses on the missiological issues that have an impact on the shape and context of any contextual theology. The changes within World Christianity in a 100 year period are examined in order to determine their impact on mission and contextual theology. Particular attention is also paid to how contextual theologies are shaped by...

  • Arts and Trauma Healing

    Online. INTENSIVE: 21st March - 31st March, 2022
    This course fosters a holistic interactive approach, engaging Scripture within the healing process for people who suffer from the mental, emotional, and spiritual effects of trauma. It combines biblical truths with basic mental health principles expressed in ways that can be easily translated into other languages. This course is threefold; pre-intensive assignemnts, on-campus intensive and final research project. 

  • Express

    Express (Online)

    Runs throughout the year
    Are you considering or about to embark on a short-term missions trip; interested or involved in cross-cultural missions in your local community; wanting to learn more about mission and what it means to be missional; involved in supporting missions in your local church or through a mission agency? Then express online may be just the course for you!

  • Advanced Short Courses

    Methods and Models of Contextual Theology

    11 January - 20 March, 2021

    This course provides an introduction to Contextual Theology and allows students to study the origins of the discipline and its validity within the field of theology. Using Stephen Bevans’ Models of Contextual Theology (Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 2002) as a core text, students of this course are able to examine and evaluate the methods and models of contextual theology drawn from a multitude of Christian traditions and from different parts of the world. Particular attention is paid to...

  • Advanced Short Courses

    Multicultural Ministry

    11 January - 20 March, 2021
    MODULAR Thursdays, 2pm-5pm

    This course is particularly aimed at those wanting to explore the opportunities and challenges of ministry in a multicultural context. It is especially relevant for those already involved in an ongoing ministry within a multicultural church or engaged in ministry within a multi-cultural context. Participants will be enabled to study the multicultural church phenomenon in depth, and interact with and learn from those experienced in the area of multicultural ministry.

  • EnVision Virtual

    Available now
    EnVision Virtual is a virtual group study resource for Christians who want to know more about mission and how to relate to different cultures. It is an interactive introduction to mission, which uses video, discussion, optional activities and opportunities for personal/group reflection all within the comfort of your home.

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