What can I study?

What can I study?

Choose from over 40 programs and degrees
At VVU, you can change your major, but
won't have to change your school!

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What Will It Cost?

What Will It Cost?

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Find out how tuition and financial aid
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How can I Apply?

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Welcome to
Valley View University

Valley View University was established in 1979 by the West African Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists.  In 1997 it was absorbed into the Adventist University system operated by the West Central Africa Division (WAD) now West Central African Division of Seventh-day Adventist with headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.  The Ghana Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, (organized in 2000), serves as the local manager of the University.
The University was initially called the Adventist Missionary College (AMC) and was located at Bekwai-Ashanti.  

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Alumnus of the Month

Ethel Naa Adjekai Sowah

Ethel started her higher education by studying marketing at Valley View University. She then obtained her Professional Diploma in Marketing, from CIM-UK where she was awarded Best Student Marketing Planning Process. 
In the year 2014, she began her journey to become a lawyer. She enrolled at the University of Cape Coast faculty of law to obtain her LL.B. At the faculty, she was the course representative for her year group. She is very interested in advocacy and therefore took part both as an oralist and researcher in various moot court competitions notable among such competitions is the maiden edition of the Philip C. Jessup Moot court competition held in 2017 where she was adjudged the best oralist. She graduated finally from UCC faculty law in the year 2017 with first class honours and was adjudged overall best graduating female law student as well as overall best graduating student in legal research and communication. She was admitted by the Ghana School of Law to study the New Professional Law course in 2017. Ethel is married.


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