NUST 2019 Application And Guide To Prospective Students

By | December 17, 2018
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NUST 2019 Application And Guide To Prospective Students

Online Applications
How do I apply online?
• Visit www.nust.na/admissions
• Click on “online application” and choose the type of application
e.g. Undergraduate, Postgraduate etc.
• Read the Notes at the top of each page before you continue to
the next page.
• Some fields have drop-down lists to choose from.

• Click on the “Help button” ? if you get stuck.
• Part A and B, should be completed by first-time applicants only.
Should you already have a student number from NUST, please login as a “Registered User.”
Our Admission Officers are on standby to assist you, should you have any problems you can send an email to admissions@nust.na or call +264 61 207 2056.

Certified copies of documents that must accompany your application:
• Identity Document/Birth Certificate (Namibian citizens); Passport (non-Namibian citizens);
• Proof of payment (e.g. original bank deposit slip) or receipt for applying manually;
• Latest school results e.g. Namibian Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC);
• Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August 2018 results;
• Declaration and undertaking – If you are under the age of 18, the form must be co-signed by your legal guardian or parent.
In addition to the above-mentioned documents, the following applicants must also submit the indicated documents:
• Mature Age Entry Scheme Applicants: Reference letter from employer.
• Postgraduate Applicants: Certified copies of qualification(s) obtained after Grade 12 (e.g. Diploma, Degree, etc.) and
Original Academic Record/Transcripts. For Masters’ and Doctoral Programmes applicants must also attach a proposal, motivational letter and CV with at least three referees.
• Advanced Standing Applicants: Original Academic Record transcripts and complete syllabi.
• Foreign Applicants: Latest qualification in original language and a translation if the qualification is in a language other than English, NQA Evaluation if the qualification is obtained outside the SADC Region. Please visit www.nqa.na for more

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Final Selection
Final selection for a programme will take place during the last week of January 2019, based on the final examination results of all qualifying candidates for that programme. All qualifying candidates will report on campus on dates as determined by the Registrar and will participate in such specific selection processes as may be determined by the Department concerned. A qualifying candidate is a candidate who has properly submitted an application for studies, who has met the general admission requirements and who has met the specific admission requirements for a programme.
The final selection process will generally not be applicable to students who wish to study on a distance education mode, but may be so applied in exceptional cases. Notices will be given in such cases. Certified copies of documents that must accompany your application:
• Identity Document/Birth Certificate (Namibian citizens); Passport (non-Namibian citizens);
• Proof of payment (e.g. original bank deposit slip) or receipt for applying manually;
• Latest school results e.g. Namibian Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC);
• Current Grade 12 learners must apply with their August 2018 results;
• Declaration and undertaking – If you are under the age of 18, the form must be co-signed by your legal guardian or parent. In addition to the above-mentioned documents, the following applicants must also submit the indicated documents:
• Mature Age Entry Scheme Applicants: Reference letter from employer.
• Postgraduate Applicants: Certified copies of qualification(s) obtained after Grade 12 (e.g. Diploma, Degree, etc.) and Original Academic Record/Transcripts. For Masters’ and Doctoral Programmes applicants must also attach a proposal, motivational letter and CV with at least three referees.
• Advanced Standing Applicants: Original Academic Record transcripts and complete syllabi.
• Foreign Applicants: Latest qualification in original language and a translation if the qualification is in a language other than English, NQA Evaluation if the qualification is obtained outside the SADC Region. Please visit www.nqa.na for more information.

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Registration

Registration of students who have been selected and who have applied during the application period in 2018 takes place during January and the 1st week of February 2019. The dates will be stipulated in your admission letter. You are expected to report for registration on the exact date as indicated on your admission
letter otherwise you may forfeit your place.

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