The University of Nations is unique. It is global, cross-cultural, and adaptable. Approximately 15,000 students a year take one or more registered courses in 60 languages in 400 locations. Our training combines elements of both formal and non-formal education, with a commitment to worshipping God in spirit and truth, in all that we do.
Universities first began as ministries of the Church, training leaders for the Church and society. In a similar way, the U of N seeks to train leaders from around the world who are called to the nations, whether they serve in the domain of the Church or in other domains of society. The U of N encourages people to take courses as needed to help them become more effective missionaries. Whatever the context or means of working out that calling, the common goal of obedience to Christ’s commission to go and make disciples of all nations is the prime motivating factor in developing training in the form of seminars, courses, and conferences. Some of the key strategies employed towards reaching that goal are described below.