The UofN uses the word “Centre” in a restricted sense to refer to a worldwide network of persons and locations in which well-defined interdisciplinary missions objectives are facilitated, communicated, resourced, researched and organized.
The University of the Nations Centres facilitate and integrate international resources and personnel from various Colleges, groups and organizations, either outside or within YWAM, to accomplish specific mission objectives. Integration is based upon an operating agreement established between the Centre and the various groups and organizations. This agreement defines and describes how the parties plan to work together on specific projects.
Each Centre typically performs research, develops and makes available seminars, workshops, appropriate reference materials and monitoring procedures related to its objectives. Also, the Centre may develop and organize a foundational school which presents the rudiments and overview of a specific Centre’s mandate. This school is not to exceed 24 full learning weeks (including the field assignment).
Centres do NOT offer degrees, but they do work with the Colleges to develop degree programmes related to their areas of expertise. Specialized courses and degree programmes related to the Centre’s mandate are offered within the seven Colleges. Currently there are six functional international centres in the University of the Nations.
Student Mobilization Centre
Our mission is to mobilize university students of all nations on every campus worldwide to God’s purposes for their lives in knowing Him and making Him known through their life’s work.
This will be accomplished by:
Gathering students and leaders from university communities through mobilization events;
Service to non-believers through: evangelism, mercy ministries, intercession, and hospitality;
Training and Mentoring believers to have a biblical worldview through: live/learn discipleship schools, modeling Godly character, formal and informal teaching, small group Bible studies, seminars, and conferences;
Mobilizing to Calling through: mission internships and other projects integrating field of study with opportunities to meet global need from a biblical worldview;
Collaboration through: partnerships with and support of university staff, other campus organizations, church leaders and members, and YWAM ministries around the world for the purpose of mobilizing student volunteers serving Christ’s Great Commission.
We offer the following training...
School of University Ministries and Missions & Internship