Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA)
Association d'éducation théologique en Asie du Sud-Est
1957 Singapore Singapore
1957, Singapore (Singapore), as Association of Theological Schools in South East Asia. New constitution and name adopted Jul 1981, Philippines. New structure adopted 2009.
Promote creative relationships among institutions and agencies engaged in theological education and the Churches in the region; facilitate regional efforts in theological education; set guidelines and standards and provide accreditation services to member-institutions and to others requesting it; work for the improvement and renewal of theological education in the region.
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Executive Director is ex officio Dean of F-XF0020 - ATESEA Theological Union (ATU). Executive, Policy and Finance Committees; Commissions (3): Accreditation; Study of Non-Traditional Styles of Theological Education; Resource for Theological Education.
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