Programme Specific Admission Requirements

1.    Bachelor’s degree in Theology/Religion with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.

2.    Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university or from the employing organization (conference, Union or Division) if employed.

Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.

3.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.

1. Bachelor’s degree in Theology/Religion with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.2. Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university or from the employing organization if employed. Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.3. Demonstrate proficiency in English.
1.    Bachelor’s degree in Theology/Religion with at least 72 credits of theology courses and with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%. 2.    Two Recommendations are required to be completed online: One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university or from the employing organization (conference or union or division) if employed.Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.3.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.4.    Applicants to the MABTS need to demonstrate their proficiency in Hebrew and Greek Grammar completed not more than 3 years ago by means of presenting an official transcript or by challenging the exams. If not, the applicant will take Hebrew and Greek Grammars as prerequisite courses.

1.    Bachelor’s degree in Theology/Religion with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.

2.    Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university or from the employing organization (Conference, Union or Division) if employed. Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.

3.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.

1.    Bachelor’s degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation. [Non Theology/Religion bachelors is acceptable but will be required to complete an additional 30 credits]

2.    Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university or from the employing organization (Conference, Union or Division) if employed. Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.

3.    Demonstrate proficiency in English

1.    Have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.

2.    Applicant should be in active service at the time of application.

3.    Previous work experience in leadership is highly desirable.

4.    Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from a religious leader and one from your previous university or from your employing organization. Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.

5.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.

1.    Have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.2.    Have at least two years of post-graduation relevant work experience. Students who lack work experience will be required to undertake on-the-job training through internship/practicum for at least 12 weeks (480 clock hours) in a reputable organisation after completion of the first two semesters;3.    Submit a written personal Statement of Purpose explaining why he/she wants to take an MBA at AUA.4.    Those with bachelor’s degrees other than Business Administration must take the following 12 credits of undergraduate courses or equivalents as prerequisites and earn a minimum grade of C:

a.   Principles of Accounting

b.   Business Statistics

c.   Business Economics

d.   Principles of Management5.    Two Recommendations are required to be completed online:One from a religious leader and one from your previous university or from your employing organization.Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.6.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.

1.    Have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%. Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.

2.    Applicants are to meet the following prerequisites as having been taken at the undergraduate level:

     Human Anatomy and Physiology/Human Biology (3 Credits)

     Human Nutrition (3 Credits)   

3.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.

4.    Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from a religious leader and one from your previous university or from your employing organization.

Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA     admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.

1.    Applicants of MSc in Applied Computer Science must have a first degree in computer science or related fields (Information Technology, Information Systems, and relevant Engineering degrees) from a recognized university with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.  Applicants with a CGPA of 2.5 to 2.99 or 55% to 59% may be accepted on probation.

2.    Two recommendations are required to be completed online: One from a religious leader and one from your previous university or from the employing organization if employed. Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.

3.    Applicants to this programme must have taken the following at the undergraduate level:

  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Operating Systems
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Databases
  • Computer Architecture

4.    Demonstrate proficiency in English.

1.    Have a Master’s degree in Ministry or Theology, with a minimum GPA of 3.33.on a 4-point scale or 60% grade average. Applicants with a CGPA of 3.0 and 3.32 may be admitted on probationary. After completing one session the student must obtain a GPA of 3.33 to gain regular admission status

 

2.    Have a minimum of 84 credit hours of Religion/Theology at the undergraduate level. Applicants may be required to take an appropriate number of prerequisites according to their choice of specialization in DMin. as shall be determined by the Seminary Admissions Committee.

 

3.    Be active in professional ministry for at least 2 – 4 years and demonstrate aptitude and commitment for the gospel ministry.

 

4.    Be ordained or commissioned to the gospel ministry (limited exceptions could be considered).

 

5.    Three recommendations are required to be completed online. One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university and from the employing organization (Conference, Union or Division). Submit the name, email address and designation of your referees, and  AUA Admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referees before submitting their details.

 

6.    Submit a paper (2-4 pages) that provides an applicant’s objectives in seeking the degree.

 

7.    Have successfully completed a course equivalent to GSEM 607 Documentary Research and Writing.

 

8.    Applicants are to submit their Master’s Thesis/Project or its equivalent. Those applicants who did not do a Thesis/Project on a Master’s level must submit a major paper (approximately 50 pages) showing the applicant’s research competencies.

 

9.    Must demonstrate proficiency in English.

1.    A Master’s degree in Theology/Religion or equivalent with a minimum of 42-semester credits and a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.33 on a 4-point scale or 60% grade average. In some cases, selected core courses may be required as programme prerequisites or bridging courses.

 

2.    Successful completion of at least six (6) credits of coursework in research at the post-graduate level. This requirement is in addition to the completed and accepted thesis/project done at the post-graduate level.

 

3.    Present proof of having successfully taken Intermediate Biblical Hebrew and Greek grammar and syntax in the Master's transcript during a maximum period of six (6) years prior to applying to the PhD programme. Alternatively, the applicant must demonstrate proficiency in Biblical Hebrew and Greek languages either by challenge examinations or by taking courses in Hebrew and Greek languages as prerequisites.

 

4.    A minimum of 4-full years of relevant work/Church ministry experience.

 

5.    A statement of purpose, career goals and commitment to academic excellence is required.

 

6.    Three recommendations are required to be completed online. One from the local Church Board and one from your previous university and from the employing organization (Conference, Union or Division) Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referees before submitting their details.

 

7.    Applicants with other degrees in Religious Studies/Religion/Theology (such as the MA in Pastoral Theology or Pastoral Studies and their equivalents) shall be required to take an appropriate number of prerequisites, as shall be determined by the PhD programme Committee.

 

8.    In case the previous university did not require a written thesis for the master’s programme, the applicant must demonstrate research and writing abilities by presenting an acceptable 80-page research paper as a thesis equivalent.

1.     A Master’s degree in Leadership or its equivalent with and a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.33 (on a 4-point system). Applicants with a CGPA of 3.00 -3.32 may be admitted on probation status and take classes in the PhD Leadership programme. After one session, if the student’s CGPA is 3.33 or above, they will be regularized; if the CGPA is less than 3.33, the student will have to discontinue the programme due to academic deficiency.2.     Three recommendations are required to be completed online: One from a religious leader and one from your previous university and one from your employing organization. Submit name, email address and designation of your referees, and   AUA admissions will email the link for completing the online recommendation form. The applicant should seek the consent of the referee before submitting their details.3.     A statement of purpose, career goals and commitment to academic excellence is required (five pages).4.     Successful completion of at least six credits of coursework in research and statistics at the postgraduate level.5.      Send his/her signed soft copy thesis or project to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for committee evaluation before admission into the programme.6.     Demonstrate proficiency in English.
   

Admissions

Accepting new applications for 2023 for the programmes below. 

Kindly apply at least ten days before the start of the class.

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School of Postgraduate Studies

  • Master of Arts in Leadership
  • Cohort

    Start Date

    End Date

    Delivery mode

    Apply before

    2022 Cohort

    January 16, 2023

    March 25, 2023

    Virtual

    January 10, 2023

  • Cohort

    Classes begin

    Classes end

    Delivery mode/ Campus

    Apply before

    2022 Cohort

    February 6, 2023

    May 31, 2023

    Virtual

    January 26, 2023

    2022 Cohort

    July 1, 2023

    September 30, 2023

    Virtual

    June 20, 2023

    2023 Arusha Cohort

    February 6, 2023

    June 30, 2023

    Arusha

    January 26, 2023

    2023 Arusha Cohort

    September 4, 2023

    December 20, 2023

    Arusha

    August 24, 2023

  • Master of Business Administration

  • Cohort

    Classes begin

    Classes end

    Delivery mode/ Campus

    Apply before

    2022 Cohort

    January 22, 2023

    July 09, 2023

    Virtual

    January 12, 2023

    2022 Cohort

    August 06, 2023

    December 17, 2023

    Blended

    July 26, 2023

    2023 Cohort

    July 02, 2023

    November 12, 2023

    Virtual

    June 22, 2023

    2023 Arusha Cohort

    February 6, 2023

    June 22, 2023

    Arusha

    January 26, 2023

    2023 Arusha Cohort

    August 6, 2023

    October 23, 2023

    Arusha

    July 26, 2023

Master of Public Health

Cohort

Classes begin

Classes end

Delivery mode

Apply before

2022 Cohort

February 6, 2023

June 23, 2023

Virtual

January 26, 2023

2022 Cohort

July 10, 2023

November 30, 2023

Virtual

June 30, 2023

 

Theological Seminary

Doctor of Ministry (DMin) 

Cohort

Classes begin

Classes end

Campus

Apply before

2023 Cohort

July 31, 2023

October 6, 2023

AUA Main Campus

July 21, 2023

 

Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies (MABTS) 

Cohort

Classes begin

Classes end

Delivery mode/ Campus

Apply before

2022 Cohort

February 6, 2023

May 19, 2023

Virtual

January 26, 2023

2023 Cohort

July 31, 2023

November 24, 2023

AUA Main Campus

July 21, 2023

 

Master of Arts in Missiology 

Cohort

Classes begin

Classes end

Delivery mode

Apply before

2022 Cohort

May 22, 2023

August 11, 2023

Virtual

May 12, 2023

 

Master of Chaplaincy (MChap) 

Cohort

Classes begin

Classes end

Delivery mode

Apply before

2022 Cohort

July 17, 2023

October 20, 2023

Virtual

July 7, 2023

 

PhD Biblical-Theological Studies  

Cohort

Classes begin

Classes end

Delivery mode/ Campus

Apply before

2022 Cohort

February 6, 2023

June 9, 2023

Virtual

January 26, 2023

2022 Cohort

August 7, 2023

October 27, 2023

AUA Main Campus

July 27, 2023

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Kindly apply at least ten days before the start of the class.

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General Admissions Requirements

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AUA 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 are admitted subject to fulfilling all admission requirements.

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Applicants are advised to refer to programme specific admission requirements apart from the following general admission requirements.

Master’s Programmes

Applicants seeking admission into any of the AUA Master’s degree programmes must hold a recognized bachelor’s degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or an equivalent grade average of 60%.

Except for Master of Arts in Biblical &Theological Studies (MABTS), applicants with a CGPA of 2.50 to 2.99 or an equivalent grade average of 55% to 59% may be admitted on probationary status (see Admission Status Classification).  

MABTS applicants must have a CGPA of 3.00 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60% and does not have the provision to be admitted on probation.

 

Doctoral Programmes

Doctor of Ministry.  Those seeking admission into the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) programme must have a master’s degree in Ministry with a minimum CGPA of 3.33 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent grade of 60%.

Applicants with a CGPA of 3.0 and 3.32 may be admitted on probationary status (see Admission Status Classifications).  After completing one session the student must obtain a GPA of 3.33 to gain regular admission status.

PhD in Leadership.  Those seeking admission into the PhD in Leadership programme must have a master’s degree in any field with a minimum CGPA of 3.33 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent. Those with CGPA of 3.00 - 3.32 may be admitted on probationary status for only one semester. Also, note that a Master’s thesis or its equivalent is required to enrol in the PhD in Leadership Programme.

PhD in Biblical and Theological Studies.  Those seeking admission into the PhD in Biblical and Theological Studies programme must have a master’s degree in the field of Theology/Religion with a minimum CGPA of 3.33 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent. This programme does not allow probationary admission. Also, note that thesis or its equivalent is required to enrol in the PhD in Religion Programme.

 

Admission to two-degree programmes
A student will not be permitted to enrol in two-degree programmes to run simultaneously. 

Based on the documents submitted applicants are offered admission into one of the categories listed below. If at any point, upon verification, the University discovers any discrepancy in the documents, the student will be asked to withdraw from the Programme and the University.

Regular

When applicants meet all the entry requirements of the degree programme, including pre-requisites, CGPA, submission of official academic transcripts and certificates, and appropriate recommendation letters they are classified as having regular status.

Provisional

Applicants who have deficiencies in some of the prerequisite courses are admitted on provisional status. Students accepted on provisional status must complete all prerequisites before completing 50% of their coursework. Any prerequisite required for a specific course in the programme must be completed before taking that course.

Conditional

Applicants who have not provided all the documentation for admission may be given a conditional status if they have submitted photocopies of the documents.  The conditionally accepted students have a maximum of six months to provide all the documentation thereafter they will not be allowed to continue studying at AUA.

Probationary

Applicants for master’s degree programmes (except Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies) who do not meet the minimum CGPA (3.00) entry requirement for their programme may be admitted on probationary status upon recommendation of the department if they meet the following criteria:Applicants who have a CGPA between 2.50 and 2.99, must earn a CGPA of 2.75 during his/her first session (12-18 credits) at AUA (except Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies). Failure to meet this condition will result in the discontinuation of the student’s studies at AUA.

As AUA uses the English language as the medium of instruction, students must have the ability to study (read, write and speak) in English. In order to qualify for admission to AUA, students are required to demonstrate English ability in one of the following ways:

1.    Have a bachelor’s degree from a college/university where English was the medium of instruction.

2.    Achieve a passing score on a recognised English language test such as TOEFL, IELTS, Michigan. The test scores are valid for three years. The table below shows the minimum required test score.

Required English Test Scores

 

Test

Minimum Test Score

TOEFL

110

TOEFL iBT

80

IELTS

8.0

Michigan

220

 

 

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Student Financial Information

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The following student financial information is for new and returning students. 

1. Application Fee

An application fee of US$60 is payable at the time of submission of the application

2. Tuition Fees

a. Masters Programs:

Masters tuition fees differ according to the economic levels of the countries that the students come from. As such the various African countries have been put into 5 tiers. The fees per credit for each tier are as follows:

Tier A* US$40 per credit

Tier B* US$55 per credit

Tier C* US$85 per credit

Tier D* US$110 per credit

Tier E* US$225 per credit

Denominational employees are given a 20% discount on these Master's tuition fees per credit.

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b. Doctoral Programs: For doctoral programs, the fees per credit are as follows for all students:

    • Doctor of Ministry (DMin) US$125 per credit
    • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) US$150 per credit


3. General Fees

Some AUA fees are per session, others are typically once per program and some are only payable when a student has a specific need. They are categorized as such here below.


a. Per Session Fees (Fees that are charged each session/semester which is once per year):

  1. Registration Fee US$75
  2. ICT Fee - Main Campus US$150
  3. ICT Fee – Other Learning Site US$50
  4. Library Fee—Master’s programs US$110
  5. Library Fee—Doctoral programs US$135
  6. Exam Fees US$20
  7. Lab Fees (for MSc in Comp Science) US$100


b. Per Annum Fees

  1. Research Conference Fee US$50
  2. Student Association Fee US$5
  3. Doctorate Dissertation/Project Fee US$300

c. One-Time Fees

  1. Master’s Thesis/Project Fee US$500
  2. Graduation Fee US$400


4. Other Fees and Charges as Applicable

  1. Challenge examination 30% of the tuition credits
  2. Audit credits 50% of the value of tuition
  3. Tuition and Fee Adjustments: Students who withdraw from a class within the first 15% of the contact hours, or before 2 weeks after the beginning of the academic period during which they were to complete an independent study are eligible to receive full tuition and fees for the class(es) withdrawn from.
  4. When a student registers for a class as Audit, the tuition rate for that class is 50% of the regular rate, but all other fees apply.
  5. Publication in AUA Journals US$25

5. Books

Students must purchase their own prescribed textbooks. It is advised that students budget approximately US$400 per semester for books.

6. Student Housing and Meals

Students studying at AUA typically travel to one of the campuses for the study session and may have a variety of options, depending on the location. Due to the wide variability in costs and the fact that different instructional locations charge differently, the Registrar’s office will provide every student with an updated price list for that year and location for accommodation and meals.

a. Accommodation at AUA

At the AUA campus, the hostel charges are nightly (according to the length of occupation as follows:

    1. Double room shared by two occupants: US$10 per night
    2. Single room (one student in the room): US$15 per night
    3. En-suite room US$20 per night

N.B. If the student brings his or her own bedding, the rates above are all US$2.50 less per night.

b. Meal Costs at AUA

Meals on campus are US$4.50 per meal. However, hostel residents shall receive complimentary lunch.

1. Requirements for Financial Clearance for Registration

  1. Upon receiving the invoice from AUA, a student must pay the invoiced fees by the deadline indicated on the invoice through any of the available channels as stated on the invoice.
  2. Denominationally sponsored students can be cleared on the basis of a signed and stamped Division Financial Clearance Form from their respective Division Treasury - authorizing AUA to send the charge through denominational channels or committing to transfer the said fees to AUA by a given date. It is the responsibility of the Student to obtain the signature and stamp from the Division Treasury.
  3. At least 50% of the total fees must be paid before the student can be registered for the session and the balance must be cleared before the end of the calendar.
  4. A student who has arrears from the prior session will be required to clear those arrears and also pay 50% of the next session’s total fees before they can be cleared for registration.
  5. A student who does not pay all the fees upfront must submit a payment plan for the outstanding balance. This will be done by completing a Student Payment Plan form which will be availed by the Student Finance Office. Such a plan must be in harmony with these Student Finance Policies and the students will be expected to honour the plan.
  6. A student who failed to honour a prior payment plan will no longer be allowed to submit payment plans. He or she must pay their fees in full upfront.
  7. Early Payment Discount: Students who pay all the semester’s fees before the start of each semester, will receive a 5% discount on the tuition fees.
  8. Interest at a rate of 1% per month will be levied on all accounts older than 90 days.

2. Project/Thesis/Dissertation Registration

  1. Prior to registration, a student will receive an invoice for his or her project/thesis/dissertation.
  2. This must be paid for in full before the student can register. Letters from Divisions authorizing the sending of charges are also acceptable.
  3. A student desiring to make a payment plan must pay at least 50% and complete the payment plan form. The outstanding balance must be cleared before the student can be allowed to defend.
  4. The Registry and Deans will be expected to ensure that such financial clearance is in place before facilitating project/thesis registration and allowing students to embark on their project/thesis/dissertation.

3. Defense

  1. Before a student is allowed to defend his or her project or thesis, the student must be financially cleared.
  2. At this stage, financial clearance will only be given to those who have paid all relevant fees to that point, including defence fees.
  3. There shall be no payment plans acceptable at this stage.

4. Graduation

  1. Graduation fees must be paid in full before a student can be put on the graduation list.
  2. No payment plans will be accepted for graduation fees.

Students can apply for merit scholarship. The Adventist University of Africa has two scholarship funds, namely:

  1. The Brempong Owusu-Antwi Scholarship Fund
  2. The Baker Worthy Student Scholarship Fund

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There are several options that one can use to make a payment to AUA.

1. Debit or Credit Card Swipe

Students who are physically on campus can make payments using their debit or credit cards by going to the cashier’s office and swiping.

2. Bank Transfers and Cash Deposits

The following bank details can be used to remit fees to AUA:
a. Prime Bank USD Account
A/C Name: GENERAL CONFERENCE OF SDA - AUA
A/C No: 3001041700
A/C Branch: Riverside Drive
Swift Code: PRIEKENX

b. Equity Bank USD Account
Bank Code: 068
Branch Code: 061
Bank Branch: Equity Branch - Ongata Rongai
A/C Name: GENERAL CONFERENCE OF SDA (AUA)
ACC No: 0610269069037
Swift Code: EQBLKENA

c. Equity Bank KES Account
Bank Code: 068
Branch Code: 061
Bank Branch: Equity Branch - Ongata Rongai
A/C Name: GENERAL CONFERENCE OF SDA (AUA)
A/C No: 0610294951743
Swift Code: EQBLKENA
Paybill number: 247247

d. Ecobank USD Account
Bank Code: 043
Branch Code: 024
A/C Name: Adventist University of Africa
A/C No: 6670000139
Bank Swift Code: ECOCKENA
Paybill Number: 203896

e. Ecobank KES Account
Bank Code: 043
Branch Code: 024
A/C Name: Adventist University of Africa
A/C No: 6670000030
Bank Swift Code: ECOCKENA
Paybill Number: 203896


3. Mobile Money (M-Pesa)

To use mobile money to make payments to AUA, follow the steps outlined below:

  1. Go to M-PESA menu on your phone
  2. Go to Lipa na M-PESA, PayBill option
  3. Enter the AUA's business number which is 203896
  4. Where it asks for “account number,” enter the purpose for the payment e.g. Hostel, Library, Fees, etc.
  5. Enter amount
  6. Enter M-PESA pin
  7. SMS confirmation will be received on your phone

4. Online Payments

AUA uses PayPal for online payments. You can pay from your PayPal account or your Debit/Credit card account. It must be noted, however, that for using this service, PayPal will deduct a charge ranging between 4% and 7% of the payment amount, depending on the amount.

Use the panel on the right of this page to make your online payment. 

5. Inter-Denominational Transfers

Students who work for the SDA church in any part of the world field can arrange with their respective Treasurer or Chief Financial Officer to have credit memos sent through denominational channels to AUA for their fees. Since memos between denominational organizations sometimes take a while, such arrangements must be done well in advance before the financial clearance period.

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