Adventist University of Africa

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Adventist University of Africa
TypePrivate
Established2005
AffiliationSeventh-day Adventist Church
PresidentBrempong Owusu-Antwi
Location,
1°24′04″S 36°43′21″E / 1.401239°S 36.722595°E / -1.401239; 36.722595Coordinates: 1°24′04″S 36°43′21″E / 1.401239°S 36.722595°E / -1.401239; 36.722595
Websiteaua.ac.ke

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 Studies. Currently they offer degrees in Theology, Leadership, Business Administration, Applied Computer Science and Public Health.

Adventist University of Africa has its headquarters in East-Central Africa Division headquarters for the Adventist Church. The courses are taught at the extension campuses of Helderberg College, Valley View University, University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, Solusi University, and Babcock University.[1]

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  1. ^ Adventist Yearbook. Office of Statistics and Archives. Retrieved 2009-08-20

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