If you wish to study in Namibia, you must first determine which of its universities is the best fit for you.
In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Namibia has only one university. The University of Namibia, which is ranked number one in Namibia, is the highest-ranking university in the country, according to Reporter.
Scholarships for Africans has compiled information regarding the university so that you could make better-informed decisions, should you wish to pursue studying at the University of Namibia.
The University of Namibia (UNAM) is a multi-campus public research university in Namibia, as well as the largest university in the country. It is a diverse institution with a student population from 41 countries and from all continents. Although a relatively young university, it has grown to support a student population of over 30,144 this year.
UNAM comprises the following faculties and schools:
Ranked within the Top 30 of tertiary institutions on the continent in the past 10 years, UNAM is one of the best universities in Africa. The University of Namibia is the only institution in the world to offer a doctorate in the study of the Khoekhoe language.
UNAM welcomes students with a range of school leaving certificates and qualifications from all over the world. Prospective students are advised to fulfill the minimum admission requirements for entry as well as English Language requirement (if relevant) as indicated. Competition for places in some programs is extremely high, and the minimum requirement given may not be sufficient to secure an offer.
General Application Information
Applications for admission are now open for the 2022 academic year, for Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs. Each student is requested to submit only one online application form, by using your student number allocated if you have applied previously. First time applicants will receive a student/ reference number. All applicants are requested to indicate first and second choice (if applicable) of what you wish to study as well as the mode of study (Full-Time, Part-Time).
All applicants whose application forms are received by the University of Namibia will receive an acknowledgment letter from the Student Records Section. Applicants who meet the basic admission requirements will be forwarded to the different Schools for submission to the School’s Admission Committee for consideration. All successful applicants will receive a letter of provisional admission/ full admission from their respective Schools. The Office of the Registrar will provide all provisional/ fully admitted applicants with correspondence that includes registration dates, information on registration and tuition fees, orientation programs, and a reminder to submit all original documents on the day of registration. Applicants who did not complete their previous qualifications at UNAM should ensure that they have a recent NQA Evaluation certificate before admission can be considered.
All applicants with full admission are requested to register on the specified date as indicated per School/ Department/ Program. Please note that you may forfeit your place or will be charged a late registration fee if you fail to register on the date allocated to you.
Note: International students should note that only School Leaving Certificates or confirmation from the relevant Examination Authority stating that certificates will be issued during the first year of study, will be accepted. International applicants should ensure that they have a recent NQA Evaluation certificate before admission can be considered.
For further information, you may contact the University of Namibia through the details posted below:
Email: [email protected]
Address: 340 Mandume Ndemufayo Ave, Pionierspark, Windhoek , Namibia
You may also visit the official website of the University of Namibia to view specific details on the programs offered as well as the application process.
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