Student Voices

Frank Daffa

"I am very interested to work in an international and intercultural environment and to help people who face challenges in physical and psychological aspects of their life. The B.A. Mission Studies and International Diakonia is the great choice for me because it gives me the required competences to work with people from different cultural backgrounds."

Frank Fabian Daffa (B.A. Student from Tanzania)

Viktoria Kaiser

"I appreciate the fact that at the FIT we acquire a broad spectrum of knowledge and competencies in different related fields, as well as practical experience through short and long-term internships. This gives me the possibility to later specialize in the field I have come to like best."

Viktoria Kaiser (B.A. student from Southern Germany)

Jayabalan Murthy

"India is a multicultural country. This M.A. Intercultural Theology is equipping me to do God's ministry in a multicultural context. The faculty and the administration at FIT are very friendly and help me feel like at home in class and on campus."

Jayabalan Murthy (M.A. student from India)

Delphine Takwi (l.)

"Having kids is not an obstacle to aquire knowledge and there is no better place to study along-side with your kids than FIT."

Delphine Takwi (B.A. student and mother of 3 children from Hamburg, Germany)

Tesfaye Duguma

"FIT is a decent place to study 'Intercultural Theology" with people who are from a different cultural background. One can easily realize what culture is all about. I like Hermannsburg very much, because it is a historical place and the birth place of several missionaries who have brought the Gospel to my country Ethiopia and other African countries too."

Tesfaye Denssa (M.A. student from Ethiopia)

George Andoh with a good friend

"I chose to study here because of the great potential this institution has in the intercultural approach. What interests me the most is the open communication between the lecturers and the students. My aim is to continue with my Masters after completion of the BA."

George Andoh (B.A. student from Hannover, Germany)