Indonesian Adventist University

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Indonesian Adventist University
Universitas Advent Indonesia
Indonesia Adventist University logo.png
Established 1929
Type Private
Religious affiliation Seventh-day Adventist Church
Chairman Johnny Lubis
President Reman Hutabarat
Location Bandung, West Java, Indonesia Indonesia
Former names Union Seminary Indonesia (1929-1942), Indonesia Union Seminary (1948-1972), Adventist Theological Teaching Institute (1971-1982), Indonesia Adventist University (1982- )
Nickname UNAI

Indonesian Adventist University (Indonesian: Universitas Advent Indonesia), also known as UNAI, is a private coeducational Christian university in Bandung, West Java in Indonesia. It is operated by the Seventh-day Adventist church.


The school was opened in 1929. The Second World War forced the school to close in 1942. The school reopened in 1948 after the Second World War ended.[1]

Academic divisions[edit]

The university comprises the following colleges:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Theology

The university has a postgraduate program for postgraduate students.


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