As the graduates in Liberia and elsewhere proved the value of quality Christian education, it became apparent that this same ministry must be made available to other parts of Africa. Thus, in 1988, African Bible Colleges established an institution in the East African country of Malawi.
The campus is located on the outskirts of Malawi’s beautiful capital city, Lilongwe – “The Garden City.” Not only is the campus in the center of the country, but it is also within easy access to the Kamuzu International Airport for the college’s foreign students who come from Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Mozambique.
Also located on our campus and affiliated closely with ABC are three vital outreach ministries. These are:
ABC Community Clinic
ABC Christian Academy
Professors and Facilities:
African Bible College has made every effort to establish in Malawi not only the highest academic standards and to provide the most qualified professors, but also to develop the finest facilities. The 24-building campus includes six residence dormitories, seven staff houses, a 12,000-volume library, a 20-station computer lab, a dining hall, a modern communications building, and the country’s only sports gymnasium. Learn more.
ABC Malawi Admission Requirements:
Applicants for admission need to have completed all secondary-school requirements and must successfully pass the national high school examination (MSCE). Applicants must also sit for ABC’s own entrance test and obtain letters of recommendation from individuals who can evaluate the applicant’s character and Christian commitment. Students must also give evidence of a genuine conversion experience and must demonstrate a sincere desire to study the Word of God and to grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ.
African Bible College’s four-year program is designed to award its graduates a bachelor of arts degree in biblical studies as well as give students an opportunity to minor in either Communications or Christian Education.
Across the continent, graduates of African Bible College are in demand. They are being placed in key leadership positions by evangelical denominations, para-church groups, mission organizations, and a host of other ministries. Graduates are involved in church planting, Christian radio production, school administration, and Christian literature translation. Learn more.