ATESEA

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ATESEAAssociation for Theological Education in South East Asia
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For instance, since the founding meeting of ATESEA in Singapore in 1957, the number of its member schools has increased from 16 to 104; (16) in addition, theological colleges in the Senate of Serampore system have grown to 54 since the institution's reorganization in 1910.
We are improving in the field of Women's Theology in line with ATESEA's policies.
The Holy Cross Theological College (a member of ATESEA) was also established for priest training.
In 1980 BIT started the Bachelor of Theology degree programme, which was accredited by the ATESEA and ATA in 1984.
Established in 1957 with sixteen member schools, the Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA), now with 104 member institutions in sixteen countries, celebrated its Golden Jubilee in November 2007 at Trinity Theological College in Singapore.
Tainan Theological College and Seminary and Taiwan Theological College and Seminary were among the sixteen founding members of the Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA), (5) and as well as participating in the South East Asia Graduate School of Theology (SEAGST).
The organization of the Association for Theological Education in Asia (ATESEA) (1), and the birth of the South East Asia Graduate School of Theology (SEAGST), are illustrations of the efforts that Asian theological educators have made to actualize their dreams in the finite situation they have faced.
The Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA) held its quadrennial general assembly October 13-21, 2005, on the campus of McGilvary Faculty of Theology in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
It is an accredited member of ATESEA, enabling it to offer a master of divinity programme.
(4) Thu En Yu (2007) Revisiting Mission and Vision of ATESEA. Ministerial Formation, July 2007, p.15.
In 1981 the group changed its name to the Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA).
Eventually the Asia Theological Association was set up as an alternative to the ecumenical ATESEA body.