Why Choose Lumina College

Faith and learning integration into curriculum

The pursuit of knowledge and intellectual understanding is premised on Christian worldviews while keeping an open dialogue with findings that originate from academic knowledge.

Global and local perspectives

Courses and programmes address and engage thinking and developments that traverse settings ranging from local to regional, trans-national to universal.

Practice and theory

Learning has an important experiential dimension, rendering the Christian faith active along with works through service, ministry, or community projects in areas such as nature conservation and cultural heritage.

Mentoring and whole-person development

The modest scale of the college creates a faith-based community with closer, deeper relationships, where students nourish and grow with each other into fuller maturity as persons, under the guidance and care of the more learned and experienced.