ATESEA

AcronymDefinition
ATESEAAssociation for Theological Education in South East Asia
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I congratulate those ATEM member schools who have been re-accredited and newly accredited by the ATESEA or ATA.
2011, ATESEA had arranged accreditation visit to 16 member schools in Myanmar.
In 1972 ATESEA and SEAGST adopted the Critical Asian Principle (CAP) as a framework for theological construction and education in the region.
Hence the need to revisit and rethink the CAP was suggested at the Taipei 2004 meeting by the ATESEA Executive Committee.
6) Hsin Chu Bible College another Presbyterian college also joined ATESEA as its member school, but withdrew in early 2000s and stopped recruiting degree students.
ATESEA serves as an accrediting agency for member schools in the region and, together with the Senate of Serampore College, India, and the North East Asia Association of Theological Schools, publishes the Asia Journal of Theology (begun in 1959 as the South East Asia Journal of Theology).
The assembly was attended by 115 theological educators from ATESEA member schools, visitors, guests, and ecumenical partners.
In 1984 it acquired accreditation of the ATESEA, which follows the critical Asian principle of contextual theology.
It is accredited by the ATESEA and is a center for the South East Asia Graduate School of Theology.
ATESEA schools currently enroll approximately 10,000 students, most of whom are pursuing a first degree in theological study, with a much smaller number doing research at the master's or doctoral level.
Membership in theological associations such as ATESEA, Senate of Serampore and ATA has grown rapidly.
ATESEA serves as an accrediting agency for member schools in the region and publishes the Asia Journal of Theology (begun in 1959 as the South East Asia Journal of Theology).