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We are committed to the meaningful integration of professional preparation and learning as a life-long pursuit.
We committed to offer a high learning educational standard that is affordable and nurture a high degree of academic discipline and promote friendly collaboration among students and staff. To attain this, we are determined to put much emphasis on the spiritual and physical health of all college community.
KBAI vision is to have students with fullest quality education and opportunities, who can achieve distinguished performance academically and intheir field of employment
KBAI Mission is committed to offer a high learning educational standard that is affordable and nurture a high degree of academic discipline and promote friendly collaboration among students and staff. To attain this, we are determined to put much emphasis on the spiritual and physical health of all college community.
Our Kibaha Berea Adventist Institute (KBAI) is fully owned with the International Missionary Society, Union of SDA Church Reform Movement of Tanzania, and the General Conference of SDA Church Reform Movement, with headquarters in Cedartown, Georgia, USA.
Kibaha Berea Adventist Institute is situated at Kibaha Town Council, about three kilometers away from Kibaha main bus terminal, along the Kibaha /Bagamoyo road.
We are committed stewards of the human, fiscal, and physical resources entrusted to us. We are accountable to one another for the quality of our community, the strength of our finances, and the utility and beauty of our campus as a place of intellectual enrichment, and personal growth. We pursue innovations that respect the environment and foster sustainability in the management of our resources
We value intellectual freedom, curiosity, and engagement; critical and creative inquiry; rigorous debate; and intellectual integrity in all endeavors. We are committed to the meaningful integration of professional preparation and learning as a life-long pursuit.
“To build academic communities of integrity, advance the quest for truth and knowledge through intellectual and personal honesty in learning, teaching, practice, research and service” Honesty is considered to be a foundation for the teaching and learning relationship. KBAI provides clear expectations about the responsibility of the college are as follows:
i.Commitment in the classroom, workshop, lab, field, offices online locations
and in all areas in the campus
ii.Completion of homework and written assignments as per requirements
iii. Accountability for own actions
iv. Actions that support what is right for ourselves and others
“Academic communities of integrity both foster and rely upon an atmosphere of mutual trust. The atmosphere of trust encourage and support the free exchange of ideas which in turn allows scholarly to reach its fullest potential” An honest approach to academic work results in a relationship of trust. Students can expect clear guidelines around expectations for work and behavior in classrooms, workshops, labs, and field placements. Students inspire trust by completing and submitting honest work and committing to the values of academic integrity. KBAI inspires trust by setting clear expectations for assignments, and adhering to expectations around academic integrity. Trust is
intrinsic to the sharing of information and ideas that will support learning among teaching and learning community
i.According to proverbs 1:7 the fear of the Lord is the begging of wisdom but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
ii. Understand that the Christian life is holy and that the Word of God teaches that we should be connected to the Lord and separated from the world.
iii. Be trained in the work of personal soul winning and be engaged in directing people to Jesus Christ.
iv. Possess a strong conviction that the harvest field is the world and that God plans is to go into the entire world with the gospel Mathew 28:19.
v.Recognize that it is the responsibility of every Christian to be actively involved in obeying the Great Commission by winning souls for Christ.
vi. Respect and appreciate men and women of the past who have served the Lord faithfully and have lived holy lives, handing down to us a great Christian heritage.
vii.Understand that no two Christians have the same ability or the same opportunity, but all equally need Christian as a personal Saviour
viii. Seek to walk with God each day and live a holy life.
ix. Enjoy serving the Lord
i. Understand SDA Church Reform Movement doctrines; know the history of SDA Reform movement Church and develop a working knowledge of men and women of the past who have identified with biblical Christianity.
ii. Obtain proficiency in scripture knowledge and understanding of how the truths of the word of God apply in daily life
iii. Understand and articulate the dominant subjects of Bible doctrine and demonstrate an ability to discern truth from error
iv Employ proper methods of interpretation in bible study and Bible teaching.
v.Write and speak the English language with clarity and competence Achieve a level of knowledge in general education comprising health, business, accounting, marketing, information communication technology and technical courses.
vi. Possess a level of skill necessary to perform duties proficiently in their selected field of study.
vii.Gain practical experience in the related Institute courses and make the connection between acquiring knowledge and applying it to life situations.
viii.Be able to access and use both current and classic resources about their field of study and necessary for life – constant learnin