Brempong Owusu-Antwi Scholarship

I   Introduction

The Brempong Owusu-Antwi Scholarship has been established by Judith Thomas, a major donor to the Adventist Church, especially educational institutions, hospitals, evangelistic funds, communication facilities, etc. The scholarship shall be available to students every year. Scholarships may be granted to students who used this Application Form to apply for the scholarship and are able to meet the submission deadline of January 31 and June 30 every year.

After the Application Form is completed, it should be submitted to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The Scholarship Committee will review the applications of every applicant and will forward their recommendations to the AUA Administrative Board for final approval or denial. The awarding of scholarships is strictly based on the Guidelines. Therefore, students are encouraged to read these Guidelines carefully PRIOR to completing the Scholarship Application Form.


II   Scholarship Guidelines 

1. This scholarship is established to help needy but worthy Adventist students at the Adventist University of Africa.

2. The scholarship shall, each year, be divided equally (50% each) between the two schools, the Theological Seminary and the School of Postgraduate Studies.

3. For an applicant to benefit from the scholarship fund, he/she must first be a registered student at AUA for at least one session.

4. The student shall have a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0 at the point of application for the scholarship and would be expected to maintain no less than 3.0 CGPA throughout his/her studies.

5. One letter of recommendation from an AUA faculty member—or any one of these: 1) the home union/conference; 2) the employing organization; or 3) the local church.

6. The eligible student to receive the Brempong Owusu-Antwi Scholarship must not be a recipient of any other AUA scholarship for the year.

7. The application form shall be filled within a deadline of the year after which the scholarship committee will meet and recommend beneficiaries to ADBOARD for approval.

8. Special consideration shall be given to students from African Countries with few or no students at AUA.

9. The scholarship will contribute half of the student’s tuition and fees one year and renewable. An application should be submitted every year and meet the criteria.

10. If the applicant is granted the scholarship, s/he should write a letter of gratitude to the AUA Finance Office and post a positive message about AUA.

11. All applications must include the following:

i. Completed Application Form

ii. One-page personal statement that demonstrates his/her need

iii. A letter of recommendation from the employing organization or the previous university or local Conference.

iv. If employed by the church organization, the employee should submit a documented evidence from the employee organization attesting that he/she is self-sponsored.


Click here to download the application form.