[Waiting Lists are out] Welwitchia University 2020 March Intake names released

By | August 28, 2020

Welwitchia University List of March 2020 Intake Successful Applicants

NOTE: Welwitchia University List of Applicants for September 2020 Intake is Out!

The Welwitchia University has released the list of successful applicants who has been admitted to study their selected programmes on the campus.

Students are to check through the publish document that contain the list of successfully admitted students (see the attached documents below). 

Congratulations on your admission to our institution!

Note:

Registration dates for the Cert. in Enrolled Nursing Program has been changed to 02-06 March 2020

You requested to provide your identification card and grade 12 certificate upon collection of the admission letter.

Admission letters will be available as from  11h00, 14 February 2020

Kindly confirm your name by clicking on the course applied for:-

March 2020 Intake

See additional information from the document below;

1. Names of Successfully Admitted Students

Successful Applicants for March 2020 Intake

(1) BACHELOR OF NURSING SCIENCE (Updated on 19.02.2020)

(2) CERTIFICATE IN ENROLLED NURSING (Updated on 18.02.2020)

(3) DIPLOMA IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES

(4) CERTIFICATE IN PHARMACIST’S ASSISTANT

(5.) BACHELOR OF NURSING SCIENCE WAITING LIST

(6.) CERTIFICATE IN ENROLLED NURSING WAITING LIST

We have space available for the Dip. in Environmental Health and Pharmacist’s assistant Certificate.

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2. Successful Applicants for Nursing aptitude test

The list was compiled by the management of the university (Welwitchia University) and can be accessed using the links provided below. All students are to be punctual and not miss the deadline of the test which is in the period 21st and 22nd January, 2020.

Attached documents

Contact Details

For additional inquiries, contact the management for support;

Tel +264(0)61 – 247 238,

+264 813 002 787,

+264(0)66 258 05