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​Mindanao Mission Academy (MMA) is a private secondary institution operated by the North-Central Mindanao Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Established on July 14, 1947, it is the oldest Adventist high school in the Southern Philippines, and the fifth-oldest in the entire Philippines.

The Misiones Adventist College (Instituto Superior Adventista de Misiones or ISAM) is an institution of the worldwide educational system of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and operates in the territory of the Argentine Union Conference (UA) at 410 Russia Avenue in the neighborhood of Villa Libertad in the city of Leandro N. Alem, Misiones Province, Argentine Republic. This institution, operating within an area of 70 hectares, offers from preschool to higher education.

​Mount Diamond Adventist High School is located on 300 hectares of land 30 kilometers east of the capital of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, and 6 kilometers off the Rego Highway. The school was originally located at Miregeda. After World War II the school moved to a site known as Bautama. In 1972 the school moved to its present location on the Mount Diamond estate, which is mainly flat land bordered by a small creek, suitable for agriculture and appropriate for a growing educational precinct.

Mount Pisgah Academy (MPA) is a coed boarding high school operated by the Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. It is located on the slopes of the Hominy Valley about eight miles (13 kilometers) west of Asheville, North Carolina, in the city of Candler. The school began in 1914 as a self-supporting entity founded by three Adventist families: the Wallers, the Graveses, and the Steinmans.

​The Mountain View Adventist Academy in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Mission of Seventh-day Adventists began operations on January 16, 1958, with one teacher/principal, Mr. Urban Antoine, and 12 students.

​Mountain View College is a private, co-educational, Seventh-day Adventist college in Valencia, Bukidnon, Philippines which was established in 1949. It was the second Adventist college to be established in the Philippines and the first in Mindanao.

​Mountain View College Academy (MVCA) is one of the secondary schools of the South Philippine Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Located on a beautiful plateau in the province of Bukidnon, it is overshadowed by the heights of Mounts Dulang-Dulang and Kalatungan—second and fourth highest mountains of the Philippines respectively. The 1,024-hectare campus includes farm, forest, and ranch for the support and training of students in the practical aspects of life.

Musofu Mission School is a government recognized Seventh-day Adventist secondary school operated by the Copperbelt Zambia Conference.

Myanmar Union Adventist Seminary (MUAS), formerly known as Burma Union Bible Seminary, is a baccalaureate college offering programs in religion, theology, education, and business.

Navesau Adventist High School is a Seventh-day Adventist secondary school in the Wainibuka Valley on the island of Viti Levu, Fiji.

Navojoa University is an educational institution of North Mexican Union Conference that operates in the northwest region of Mexico. This institution emerged from the following secondary-level educational institutions: Pacific Agricultural and Industrial School (1948-1967), Mexican Pacific Academy (1968-1983), and Pacific Academy (1984-2001).

The Nebraska Sanitarium operated between 1894 and 1920 in College View, a suburb of Lincoln, Nebraska. It was founded by John Harvey Kellogg as a branch of the Battle Creek Sanitarium, and initially housed in a large frame dwelling north of the Union College campus.

From 1948-1995 the Netherlands Union Conference operated a small theological seminary and a secondary school in the village of Huis ter Heide about 6 miles (10 km) east of Utrecht.

Nile Union Academy (NUA) is a Seventh-day Adventist coeducational secondary day and boarding school. It is operated by the Egypt-Sudan Field (part of the current Middle East and North Africa Union) at Gabal Asfar, 10 miles (16 kilometers) northeast of Cairo, Egypt. NUA is accredited by the Board of Regents of the General Conference, and religious training is emphasized.

Nile Union Mission (NUM) was organized in 1951 as part of the newly organized Middle East Division. Its territory included Egypt, Libya, northern Sudan, the portion of Arabia bordering on the Red Sea, and Aden. NUM had a brief history and was dissolved in 1962.

The North American Division Evangelism Institute (NADEI) is the North American Division’s evangelistic ministry training institute with offices at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, located on the campus of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. NADEI trains seminary students, pastors, and church members in practical personal and public evangelism methods.

​North East Adventist University (NEAU, formerly known as Assam Training School, Adventist Training School, Adventist Higher Secondary School, and Northeast Adventist College) is located at Khliehtyrshi village, about four miles from Jowai town and 34 miles from Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, in northeast India.

​Northeast Luzon Adventist School of Technology, formerly Northeast Luzon Academy, is a boarding Seventh-day Adventist educational institution offering kindergarten to grade 12, technical/vocational courses, and a few college courses.

​Northern Caribbean University, an English speaking liberal arts co-educational institution of higher education, is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic Caribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists and is located in Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica.

Northern Luzon Adventist College (NLAC) is a Seventh-day Adventist boarding institution of higher education.