NCIU functions as a global, distance-learning institution with a central administration center and staff. At NCIU, the global network of professors and adjunct-tutors do the actual tutorial and mentoring requirements. The most desirable teaching objective at NCIU is the one-on-one process, which we call “Faculty Mentoring.” This “faculty mentoring” feature enables NCIU academic staff to be located anywhere in the world, so long as they can adequately meet the needs of their individual students through electronic communications.
All NCIU Faculty Mentors have appropriate graduate degrees from a variety of reputable universities, such as: Erskine Theological Seminary, Liberty University, Fuller Theological Seminary and Lee University (Cleveland, Tennessee) in the USA, Evangelical Theological Faculty (Leuven) and Continental Theological Seminary in Belgium, University of Heidelberg in Germany, University of Wales and Middlesex University in the UK, University of South Africa and Asia Pacific Theological Seminary (Philippines).
In addition, our NCIU Adjunct-Professors and Tutors are not only passionate, seasoned practitioners, but are also skilled in recognizing individual learning styles and needs.
In light of the vast number of mentors, professors, and tutors engaged in the training of NCIU students, here is a list of selected NCIU academics: