NUST plans to establish a new campus in Eenhana in the Ohangwena Region to take higher education to the Namibian people and drive development in line with the institutional and national strategic imperatives.
Why Ohangwena Region?
Despite the fact that the Ohangwena Region is one of the most densely populated regions in Namibia, there is limited access to higher learning in this part of the country. It is chiefly for this reason that the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) has embarked on a regional expansion drive, starting with the town of Eenhana. The establishment of the Eenhana satellite campus is firstly in line with achieving the strategic objective of maintaining a local presence, extending the national footprint and international reach. Furthermore, the establishment of a satellite campus is in alignment with the Ohangwena Regional Development Plan and embedded in the strategic mandate of the Ministry of Higher Education, Technology and Innovation (MHETI), national key priorities of poverty eradication, industrialisation, reduction of income disparities, economic growth, wealth and diversified employment creation and national cohesion and inclusivity which form part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as the Harambee Prosperity Plan.
When will the Campus open?
It is envisaged that the first phase of the project will be completed by January 2022, and subsequently the first cohort of students will be enrolled during this period.
Programmes offered at Eenhana Campus in 2022
The Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) is opening a satellite campus in Eenhana. The following programmes will be offered at the Campus for the 2022 academic year.
Note: The demand will determine which programmes will be offered at the Eenhana Campus at 2022
T: +264 61 207 2056
Pledges towards the Eenhana Campus Project
As the first satellite campus of NUST, you are invited to become part of this important milestone in the history of NUST through your pledges to bring Higher Education closer to the Ohangwena Region and drive rural development to the region.
- Computer Labs
- Science Laboratories
- Hostel Accommodation
- TVET Training Facilities
- Scholarship Fund
- Multimedia Equipment
- ICT Infrastructure
- Specialised Training Equipment
Our banking details are as follows:
Account Name: NUST-OHANGWENA CAMPUS PROJECT
Account Number: 62274879223
Bank: First National Bank
Branch: Corporate Branch
Branch #: 281872
International Swift Code: FIRNNANX
Address: 207 Independence Avenue
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