In 2005, at the request of many of the national preachers in southern Africa, Gospelink began construction of the Ambassador International University (AIU) in central Zambia. The college has currently graduated four classes of students and is getting closer to completion of the facilities and the possibility of a full capacity of 600 full-time resident students.
Currently students are receiving a degree in theology. There is a also a nursing program which will be launched in the near future, followed by a degree program in education. In addition to their courses, students are also taught fundamentals of construction, wood-working, agriculture and livestock. The faculty is international, consisting of professors from Zambia, as well as the USA.
Each student attends the on a work scholarship program and must complete 18 hours of work per week in various areas, which helps to sustain and advance the college. Funding for Ambassador International University is secured through the donations of partners and the ongoing personal sponsorships of the students, graduates and faculty.
Funding for Ambassador International University is secured through the donations of partners and the ongoing personal sponsorships of the students, graduates, and faculty.