Alberta Bible College is located in Calgary, Southern Alberta, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda. This location is also home to Metis Nation of Alberta. Charles H. Phillips founded the college in 1932 while was the midst of the Great Depression. Nowadays, the college provides Christian education to both domestic and international students. Alberta Bible College is approved by Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE).
The mission statement of ABC is to equip people for effective service and witness for Christ.
The college offers an extensive range of programmes from Biblical Studies to Counselling. Students can choose individual modes for studying, such as pace, college, intensives, and home mode learning. Each method is considered to be more suitable for students’ needs.
International students make 44% of the student body. ABC is home to students from over 20 different countries. International students can apply for any degree, diploma, or certificate programmes. A Bachelor's degree allows students to apply for three years work permit post-graduation visa. The college strives to commit the holistic support and development for foreigners in accordance with their contributions and needs. ABC’s college focuses on physical well-being, intellectual growth, social development, and spiritual formation.