Namibia University of Science and Technology Applications for Admission 2019/2020

By | November 26, 2018

Namibia University of Science and Technology Applications for Admission 2019/2020

Faculty of Computing and Informatics

Programmes on Offer
Undergraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Computer Science (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Informatics (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Computer Science in Cyber Security (NQF Level 7)
Postgraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Computer Science Honours (with specialisation in Communication Networks, Software Development, Mobile Development, Information Security and Digital Forensics) (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Informatics Honours (with specialisation in Business Informatics and Web Informatics) (NQF Level 8)
. Postgraduate Certificate in Informatics (Information Systems Audit) (NQF Level 8)
. Master of Computer Science (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Informatics (NQF Level 9)
. Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science (NQF Level 10)
. Doctor of Philosophy in Informatics (NQF Level 10)

Minimum Admission RequirementsUndergraduate Studies
25 points in 5 subjects on Grade 12 level according to the NUST Admission Point Scale, including a minimum E-symbol in English and a D-symbol in Mathematics at NSSC(O) Level. Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August results.

Postgraduate Studies
A recognised degree in a related discipline or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 7 for Honours degrees, NQF Level 8 for Masters degrees and NQF Level 9 for Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

Important Notes
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. Further information and details can be found in the NUST Yearbook, the Guide to Prospective Students or individual Faculties or Departments on the NUST website at www.nust.na. Mature Age applications will not be accepted in this faculty

Faculty of Computing and Informatics
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Faculty of Engineering

Programmes on Offer
Undergraduate Programmes
Foundation Programme
. Introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering andMathematics (InSTEM) Bachelor of Engineering (NQF Level 8)
. Civil, Electronics and Telecommunication, Electrical Power, Mechanical, Mining, Metallurgy, Industrial.

Bachelor of Technology
. Civil Engineering (Urban/Water), Electronic Engineering, Power Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
. National Diploma in Engineering (Civil and Project Management)

Postgraduate Programmes
. Postgraduate Diploma in Space Technology (NQF Level 8)
. Postgraduate Diploma in Space and Atmospheric Science (NQF Level 8)
. Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering
. Master of Environmental Engineering (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Integrated Water Resources Management (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Industrial Engineering (NQF Level 9)
. Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (NQF Level 10)

Minimum Admission Requirements
Undergraduate Studies (Admission to InSTEM) 25 points in 5 subjects on Grade 12 level according to the NUST Admission Point Scale, including a minimum E-symbol in English and a D-symbol in Mathematics and a D-symbol in Physical Science or Physics related subject at NSSC(O) level.
Bachelor degrees require English, Mathematics and Science at different levels. Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August results.
Postgraduate Studies
A recognised degree in a related discipline or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 7 for Honours degrees, NQF Level 8
for Masters degrees and NQF Level 9 for Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
Important Notes
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. Further information and details can be found in the NUST Yearbook, the Guide to Prospective Students or individual Faculties or Departments on the NUST website at www.nust.na. Mature Age applications will not be accepted
in this faculty
Faculty of Engineering
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Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences

Programmes on Offer
Undergraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and Statistics (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Environmental Health Sciences (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Emergency Medical Care (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Health Information Systems Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Human Nutrition
. Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Science (NQF Level 7)

Postgraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Science Honours in Applied Mathematics (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Science Honours in Applied Statistics (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Emergency Medical Care Honours
. Bachelor of Science Honours
. Postgraduate Diploma in Health Information Systems Management (NQF Level 8)
. Master of Science in Applied Mathematics (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Science in Applied Statistics (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Health Sciences (NQF Level 9)
Minimum Admission Requirements
Undergraduate Studies
25 points in 5 subjects on Grade 12 level according to the NUST Admission Point Scale, including a minimum E-symbol in English at NSSC(O) level. Programmes require Mathematics and Science at different levels. Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August results.
Postgraduate Studies
A recognised degree in a related discipline or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 7 for Honours degrees and NQF Level 8 for Master degrees.
Important Notes
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. No applications via the Mature Age Scheme,except the Bachelor of Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Care,will be accepted.
Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences
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Faculty of Human Sciences

Programmes on Offer
Undergraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Communication (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Criminal Justice (Correctional Management)(NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Policing (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of English (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Gender Studies (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Public Management (NQF Level 7)
. Certificate in Vocational Education and Training: Trainer (NQF Level 4)

Postgraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Communication Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Criminal Justice Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of English Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Public Management Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Master of English and Applied Linguistics (NQF Level 9)

Minimum Admission Requirements
Undergraduate Studies
25 points in 5 subjects on Grade 12 level according to the NUST Admission Point Scale, including a minimum E-symbol in English at NSSC(O) level. Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August results.

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Postgraduate Studies
A recognised degree in a related discipline or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 7 for Honours degrees and NQF Level 8 for Masters degrees.
Important Notes
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. Not all departments accept admission through the Mature Age Entry Scheme for individual programmes.
Faculty of Human Sciences
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Faculty of Management Sciences

Programmes on Offer
Undergraduate Programmes
. Diploma in the Theory of Accounting (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Accounting (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Accounting (Chartered Accountancy) (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Business and Information Administration (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Business Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Economics (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Hospitality Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Human Resources Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Marketing (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Sport Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Tourism Management (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Transport Management (NQF Level 7)

Postgraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Business Management Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Economics Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Human Resources Management Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Marketing Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (NQF Level 9)

Minimum Admission Requirements
Undergraduate Studies
25 points in 5 subjects on Grade 12 level according to the NUST Admission Point Scale, including a minimum E-symbol in English. Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August results.

Postgraduate Studies
A recognised degree in a related discipline or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 7 for Honours degrees and NQF Level 8 for Masters degrees.
Important Notes
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. Not all departments accept admission through the Mature Age Entry Scheme for individual programmes.
Faculty of Management Sciences
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Faculty of Natural Resources and Spatial Sciences

Programmes on Offer
Undergraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Architecture (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Agriculture (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Geo-Information Technology (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Geomatics (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Land Administration (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Natural Resource Management in Nature Conservation (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Property Studies
. Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Regional and Rural Development (NQF Level 7)
. Bachelor of Town and Regional Planning (NQF Level 7)
Postgraduate Programmes
. Bachelor of Architecture Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Agriculture Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Geoinformation Technology Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Geomatics Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Land Administration Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Natural Resource Management Honours in Nature Conservation (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Property Studies Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Regional and Rural Development Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Bachelor of Town and Regional Planning Honours (NQF Level 8)
. Master of Architecture
. Master of Landscape Architecture
. Master of Agribusiness Management (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Spatial Sciences (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Natural Resource Management (NQF Level 9)
. Doctor of Philosophy in Spatial Science (NQF Level 10)
. Doctor of Philosophy in Natural Resource Science (NQF Level 10)

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Minimum Admission Requirements
Undergraduate Studies
25 points in 5 subjects on Grade 12 level according to the NUST Admission Point Scale, including a minimum E-symbol
in English. Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August results.
Postgraduate Studies
A recognised degree in a related discipline or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 7 for Honours degrees, NQF Level 8 for Masters degrees and NQF Level 9 for Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
Important Notes:
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. Not all departments accept admission through the Mature Age Entry Scheme for individual programmes. Further information and details can be found in the NUST Yearbook, the Guide to Prospective Students or individual
Faculties or Departments on the NUST website at www.nust.na.

Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business

Programmes on Offer
. Postgraduate Diploma in Management
. Master of Business Administration (NQF Level 9)
. Executive Master of Business Administration (NQF Level 9)
. Master of Leadership and Change Management (NQF Level 9)

Minimum Admission Requirements
. A recognised four-year Bachelor degree from a recognised institution, or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 8, which shall include a component of supervised research, or a recognised graduate degree with a research component. Appropriate managerial experience and employement
at senior/executive level or a successful record in an ambitious, growth-oriented entreprise. Be employed or self-employed, at the required level, forthe duration of the programme.

A simplified analytical skills test modelled on the GMAT® will be used in the selection process. Additionally, proficiency in the English language should be demonstrated at the appropriate level through written assessments under controlled conditions, while applicants may also be requiredto take part in an interview.
Important Notes
Individual programmes may have additional admission requirements. Further information and details can be found in the NUST Yearbook, the Guide to Prospective Students or individual Faculties or Departments on the NUST website at www.nust.na.

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