Hillsong International Leadership College

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Hillsong College
Former name
Hillsong International Leadership College
MottoRaise, Equip, Empower, Release"
PresidentBrian and Bobbie Houston
Vice-presidentLee Burns
PrincipalAngela Bachtle
Blake Robinson (U.S.)
DeanDuncan Corby
Australia, United States, South Africa, Russia
CampusBaulkhan Hills, City Campus, Brisbane program, Melbourne Program, USA Campus,
AffiliationsHillsong Church

Hillsong College, formerly known as Hillsong International Leadership College is the training program within Hillsong Church. Originally located in Sydney, Australia, Hillsong College has grown to have numerous campuses across Australia, with study options available online and opened their first overseas campus in Phoenix, Arizona in the United States in August 2019.


Hillsong College began as two separate entities within the following churches: Hills Christian Life Center and Sydney Christian Life Center.[1] The shared goal of these distinct colleges was to provide a training center that specialised in ministry and leadership development grounded within the local church. Their theological education and training was centered around a practical ministry model, combined with an emphasis on creative arts and dedicated to the values of excellence, diligence and servanthood. The desired outcome was to prepare students for the practical ministry needs of the local church, while providing recognisable qualifications comparable to that of other theological institutes. In the year 1999, Hills Christian Life Center joined Sydney Christian Life Center as one organisation under a new name: Hillsong Church. Shortly after this union, in the year 2000, the two separate Colleges combined to form, what was then branded, Hillsong International Leadership College. Both of these original campuses have their own unique history.



Hillsong College and its courses are accredited through the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). The ASUQ is the federal government agency charged with the quality and regulation of the vocational education sector in Australia.[2]


  1. "Introduction | College". hillsong.com. Retrieved 2019-06-28.
  2. "Accreditation | College". hillsong.com. Retrieved 2019-06-28.

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