Faculty Positions Available at AUA


Adventist University of Africa is looking for two full-time faculty for:


1. Public Health


  • Earned doctorate in Public Health or its equivalent
  • Preferred emphasis – Nutrition or environmental health
  • Be at least a Senior Lecturer or Assistant Professor
  • Research – has published

2. Computer and Information Science


  • Earned Doctorate in Information Systems and/or Computer Science or its equivalent
  • Possible expertise in networking and/or databases
  • Preferably broad background in the field and significant practical experience
  • Be at least a Senior Lecturer or Assistant Professor
  • Research – has published

Adjunct Faculty

We are also looking for adjunct Faculty to teach in the following graduate programs:

  • Pastoral Theology
  • Leadership
  • Missiology
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health
  • Computer and Information Science

For adjunct professors the University will provide room, perdiem, full travel expenses and honorarium.

Application Deadline for Full-time Faculty: To ensure full consideration applications are to be received by the university not later than April 16, 2014. Please send your application and CV or resume to Dr. Willard Munger ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) and copy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

AUA MBA Program Launch

Students with Drs. Larry Evans and Josephine Ganu


The MBA program was successfully launched at Adventist University of Africa (AUA) in 2013 with 45 students from different parts of Africa.

Twenty-five of our MBA students coming from the Eastern and Southern parts of Africa were hosted on our main campus in Kenya for their intensive 10-week classes. Twenty other students from the West-Central region of Africa were hosted on one of our extension campuses – Valley View University, Ghana.

The MBA program at AUA is about fresh thinking, innovative leadership, positive impact and ethical values to balance professional competency. The uniqueness of our MBA program hinges on the fact that at AUA we deliberately connect biblical values with each subject matter. This provides a platform and opportunity that demands personal reflection. Besides, as part of our curriculum, we offer a core course on ‘the Theology of Wealth & Stewardship’ that differentiates our MBA program from others. In light of financial and ethical scandals confronting organizations today, this course is structured to train our students to developing the biblical meaning of stewardship and wealth and how it applies and affects organizations. Furthermore, AUA is strengthened by diversity; faculty and students come from different nationalities and backgrounds that greatly enrich teaching and learning.

Currently, our MBA students come from eighteen different countries: Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Togo, Uganda, Zimbabwe among others. Such diversity is an integral part of the learning experience.

When admitted into our MBA program, you join a group of matured and experienced business leaders from all over Africa. Students benefit from sharing their own experience during classroom discussions and apply management theory to their existing practical knowledge.

We encourage candidates who seek value-based education and experience, in which students challenge the status quo and learn from each other, to join our MBA program.

Admission is in progress!!! Apply Now!!

2014 MBA Cohort Schedules

  The MBA Cohort Schedule for 2014 is now out



White Estate Branch Office Inauguration



 Ellen G. White Estate Branch Office at Adventist University of Africa is going to be officially opened on 12th November 2013.

Elder Jim Nix, the director of the White Estate, located in Silver Spring, MD, will give the address and cut the ribbon.





The office is going to be inaugurated for the following tasks:

  1. To keep the copies of the Ellen G. White published and unpublished documents and other historical materials on church heritage.
  2. To present the role and function of Ellen G. White’s writings and ministry in the context of Seventh-day Adventist theology.
  3. To uphold an appropriate hermeneutic for interpreting Ellen G. White’s writings in the light of Scripture and history.
  4. To promote the significance of Ellen G. White’s writings and ministry to the development of the Seventh-day Adventist theology and mission.
  5. To assist the patrons in their research.
  6. To organize special SDA heritage-oriented/Spirit of Prophecy Sabbath programs that would reveal the life and ministry of SDA pioneers and make them applicable to the contemporary Adventists in Africa.
  7. To become available in leading out seminars on selected topics related to Ellen G. White’s writings.


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