Serving a mission with superior technologies
Southeast Asia Bible Seminary, better known as SAAT or Seminari Alkitab Asia Tenggara, to the Indonesians, is a theological college established since 1952 in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. Devoting its resources to grooming competent church leaders, SAAT serves the Christian community with academic studies of post-graduate ministry studies from Bachelor of Divinity, Master of Divinity, Master of Counselling, Master of Theology, Master of Ministry all the way to Doctor of Ministry. To date, more than 1200 alumni have graduated from SAAT to serve the community in Indonesia and overseas.
“As a facilitator and catalyst in providing spiritual resources to inspire and empower Christian leaders, SAAT is a strategic partner for Christian institutions to develop a contextual and fruitful ministry,” said Martus A. Maleachi, vice president for administrative affairs, SAAT.
The SAAT campus covers a total area of 6.5 hectares. The integrated buildings within the campus ground include the dormitories, the academic building, the library, the chapel, the computer laboratory complete with internet connections, athletic facilities, music rooms, preaching labs, counselling rooms, and the administrative building.