Be An International Student


Reaching the Unreached involves building relationships with those who have not heard the message of the Gospel. Many countries around the world that are considered unreached have excellent universities and many have classes in English. You could study and train for your professional career while building relationships with unreached people, learning culture and having up-close opportunities to research and experience in your field of practice.


Do you have a desire to care for the socioeconomically vulnerable? Learn about relief and sustainable development in a country where you can immediately apply what you are learning through research projects, community involvement and practicum placements. Student entry visas provide a legitimate identity and ability to live in country short-term or long-term.


A desire to be educated and willingness to adapt to another cultural environment. All applicants would need to be willing to build relationships with nationals – a hospitality lifestyle – as their primary focus alongside schooling requirements.


Local international teammates will support you with cultural adaptation, setting up life in country and building relationships with local community members.

Our International Missions team will walk with you along the way – from application to deployment. Training, administrative support and mission coaching will be provided, along with assistance for promotional and fundraising efforts.

Photo of college students by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash
Photo of college students by Sam Balye on Unsplash
Photo of college students by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash