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Global Institute of Theology strives for excellence in its educative and scholarship devours. Its faculty is committed to excellence in both ethics and academia. Excellence creates a condition of trust between the faculty and their students; it is the foundation of every relationship including the faculty-student relations. Consequently, GIT requires that all GIT staff, and students, exhibit the same high level of ethics and academic integrity as unto the Lord. Global Institute of Theology, takes seriously any violation of Christian morals and  Academic dishonesty. This is so, not just because this is what is expected from all educational entities, but also it violates the purpose of our mission. That is, to transform students into the likeness of Christ. It also challenges the relationship between the faculty and their students. Consequently, all Board members, faculty, and students are expected to promote Christlike attitudes, especially in the context of a biblical-theological school.
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Global Institute of Theology  |  CHRISTINE 17, Triq il-Klin | Iklin | IKL1030|  Tel: 00356 79475618
Global Institute of Theology

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Integrity

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Plagiarism

Standard of Excellence

Global Institute of Theology strives for excellence in its educative and scholarship devours. Its faculty is committed to excellence in both ethics and academia. Excellence creates a condition of trust between the faculty and their students; it is the foundation of every relationship including the faculty- student relations. Consequently, GIT requires that all GIT staff, and students, exhibit the same high level of ethics and academic integrity as unto the Lord. Global Institute of Theology, takes seriously any violation of Christian morals and  Academic dishonesty. This is so, not just because this is what is expected from all educational entities, but also it violates the purpose of our mission. That is, to transform students into the likeness of Christ. It also challenges the relationship between the faculty and their students. Consequently, all Board members, faculty, and students are expected to promote Christlike attitudes, especially in the context of a biblical-theological school.