Why study at Mukhanyo? We asked about forty theological students at the KwaMhlanga campus and were pleasantly surprised by some of their answers. Here are some of their remarks:
Other comments included positive remarks about lecturing, Mukhanyo’s Reformed background and the fact that students with various background studied together.
Advice was also given, such as “keep up the good work”, “continue building step by step” and “add more lecturers”.
Lecturers were given high marks: on average 80%, while the quality of the study guides was rated as on average 77%.
Of those who handed in their questionnaire, 36% wanted to become teachers, 46% ministers of religion and 18% missionaries.
How did the students get to know about Mukhanyo? Many answered that they heard from a friend, family or their minister; only a few got to know of Mukhanyo through its website. Nearly all of them are active in their churches and are doing some form of community work.
Besides a number of students from Reformed churches, students come from a wide variety of other churches such as the Evangelical or Baptist churches as well as charismatic and Pentacostal churches.
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