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Adventist University of Africa
Adventist University of Africa is a Seventh-day Adventist Institution for higher learning in Africa. The university was established for the purpose of providing post-graduate education throughout Africa.
The rapidly growing membership of the Church in Africa challenged its leaders to find solutions to the questions of increasing demand for committed professional leaders with knowledge, skills, and an attitude of service at all levels of the Church.
Leaders, pastors, and educators realised that the solution to the challenges was inextricably linked with postgraduate education within the territory of the growing church.
With further discussions, this led to the opening of Adventist University of Africa
The Adventist University of Africa is a Seventh-day Adventist university created for the purpose of providing post-graduate education throughout Africa.
Adventist University of Africa has two departments, the Seminary, and the School of Graduate
To deliver dynamic postgraduate education in a Christian context, to prepare graduates to provide competent leadership and service based on integrity, respect, and love, to meet the needs of church and society.
To be one of the best universities, fostering the highest standards of postgraduate education in Africa and advancing knowledge and professional skills in a holistic context.
Courses offered at Adventist University of Africa
Courses offered at Adventist University of Africa. The following practical programmes are offered at Adventist University of Africa:
• Master of Arts in Leadership
• Master of Arts in Pastoral Theology
• Master of Arts in Missiology
• Master of Divinity
• Master of Chaplaincy
• Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
• Masters of Public Health (MPH)
• Masters of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies
• Doctor of Ministry
Other programmes envisioned to be offered with time include:
• MA Religion (with emphases in Biblical Studies; and Theological-Historical Studies)
• Master of Arts in Educational Administration
• MBA in Financial Leadership
• Doctor of Pastoral Theology
• Doctor of Theology (in Biblical Studies, and Theological-Historical Studies)
• Doctor of Philosophy (Religion and Leadership)
Contact the Unversity for more details and courses
Adventist University of Africa Admission Requirements
Adventist University of Africa is using the cohort system. That is, the group that is accepted for the first cycle is expected to continue together, through until the end of the programme. Students financially sponsored by their employers have priority of admission; however, all students must submit a recommendation from their employing organization. New programmes may be added before the end of the cycle, thus, communication with the Admissions office is indispensable before sending an application
Application for Admission
Adventist University of Africa is open to all qualified applicants irrespective of colour, race, ethnic identity, religion, gender or national origin. Potential students may apply to any of the current programs at any time and be admitted subject to fulfilling all admission requirements.
Each program has its unique requirements for admission. However, the following are general requirements for entry into any of the university’s academic programs:
Minimum University entrance Requirements
Applicants to the master’s programmes must have a first degree from a recognized university with a minimum of 3.0 grade point average (on a 4.0 point scale) or its equivalent. For practical programmes, applicants must have a minimum of 2.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 point scale), or its equivalent. In addition to this minimum grade point average required from practical degree programmes applicants, 4 years of relevant professional experience is recommended and preferred for admission. However, direct entrants maybe admitted without 4 years of field or professional experience if they have a minimum of 3.0 grade point average or equivalent and fulfill other admission requirements.
Other Admission requirements
Applicants are also expected to submit recommendation letters from previous university and employing organisations where applicable. Non-English speaking students will be required to demonstrate their ability to study in English by meeting EITHER of the following:(a) A passing score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)(b) A passing score on the British Council English language test (International English Language Test)(c) An English proficiency certification from a recognized university
Adventist University of Africa Scholarships
Adventist University of Africa Scholarships. Adventist University of Africa recognizes that there are worthy students from different areas in Africa who, despite their will and strong commitment to learning, do not have adequate financial resources to complete a graduate program on their own and, therefore, need financial support to reach their educational goals.
In response to this need, AUA has developed a scholarship fund from the generous support of donors.
Since the fund is limited, scholarships can only be granted to students who have applied
1. All applicants must have completed one full year at AUA with a CGPA of 3.00.
2. Scholarships are limited to the annual amount available for a given year.
3. Scholarships may be granted only to students who have made, or can make, a contribution to their AUA bill using non-scholarship funds and/or student work credit.
4. Scholarships can only be applied to the current tuition fee and may not be applied to the student’s debt.
5. Any matriculated AUA student may apply, whether at the main or extension campuses.
6. All applications must include the following:
a. Completed Application Form
b. One-page personal statement that demonstrates his/her need
c.Current AUA account statement
d. Financial plan developed by the student that shows how the programme will be completed.
e) A letter of recommendation from any one of these sources 1) the home union/conference; 2) the employing organization; 3) the local church; or 4) an AUA faculty member
Adventist University of Africa Contacts
You can use the below address to get a hold of the University.
Adventist University of Africa
Private Bag Mbagathi, 00503 Nairobi,
Tel: + 254 733-333-451/452
Advent Hill, Ongata Rongai,
Magadi Road. Kenya
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