The Private Career Colleges Act of 2005 authorises Shiloh College to operate under the Canada Federal Letters Patent and with registration approval from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
There are campuses for Shiloh College across the Americas, Europe, Caribbean, Bahamas, and Africa.
Shiloh College was founded to provide students with the tools they need to thrive in their jobs in churches, Christian NGOs, and ministries. Students who successfully finish the ministers diploma programmes at Shiloh College may be eligible to apply for ordination and credentials thanks to our association with William Kimando International Ministries.
Regardless of their location, Shiloh College courses are made accessible and inexpensive to everyone who needs them. Shiloh College has always given scholarships to students from underprivileged backgrounds. Our international curriculum can be translated into many different languages by our volunteers in order to reach as many people as possible.
Shiloh College strives to create highly skilled individuals who will have an effect on their communities and society. As a result, Shiloh College professors are qualified to educate students rather than teach lessons. Our teachers are kind and well-equipped to inspire, advise, and provide direction so that every student can not only finish their coursework but also achieve academic success.
If you want to help others, think about making a donation to Shiloh College to support the continuation of these scholarships. Shiloh College had awarded approximately $250,000.00 in scholarships as of 2020.