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COLL Revised Courses

Dear NUST Distance Students

Following a decision of NUST Management to shift the Mid-Term Break, scheduled for 06 -10 April to 16 - 20 March 2020, the Mid-Term break is now extended to March 27th, 2020. All assessments (tests and assignments), as well as face-to-face classes for this week and the upcoming week, is cancelled.
A revised assignment and test schedule will be shared with all students in due course.

Please see attached courses that will be revised and new dates will be communicated.

Please contact the Administrative Coordinators:  Ms Imelda Khoeses at ikhoeses@nust.na  and Ms Angela Apollus at aapollus@nust.na, for further information.

Announcement to the NUST Distance Students

Dear NUST Distance Students

Following a decision by NUST management to shift the Mid-Term Break, which was originally scheduled for 06 -10 April to 16 - 20 March 2020, Mid-Term break is now extended to March 27th 2020. This means that all assessments (tests and assignments) as well as Face-to-Face  classes for this week and the upcoming week is cancelled.

A revised test schedule will be shared with all students concerned in due course.

The following tests will be shifted to a later date:

Wednesday, 18 March 18, 2020
·         Econometrics (ECM712S)

Thursday, 19 March 2020
·         Professional Development and Practice (PDP610S)
·         History in TVET (HTV510S)
·         International Trade (INT711S)

Friday, 20 March 2020
·         Marketing Research & Market Intelligence (MRM711S) - CASS
·         Classroom & Workshop Management (CWM510S)
·         Education Theory and Practice A (ETP410S)
·         Education Theory and Practice A (ETP510S)

Monday, 23 March 2020
·         Organisational Development & Change (ODC711S)

Wednesday, 25 March 2020
·         International Marketing Management (IMT811S)

Thursday, 26 March 2020
·         Purchasing & Supply Management (PSM611S)

Friday, 27 March 2020
·         Competency Based Assessment A & B (CBA410S)
·         Assessment in VET A (ASS510S)  
·         Psychology of Learning A (PSL510S)
·         Educational Technology (ETD510S)
·         Strategic Human Resources Management (SHR811S)
·         Economics of Agriculture (EOA611S)

Please contact The Academic Coordinators:  Ms Bernadette Cloete at bcloete@nust.na and/or Ms Linda Shipiki at lshipiki@nust.na, should need be.

Mid-Term break is now extended to March 27th 2020
COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

COVID-19 Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #6 Date: 27 March 2020

DICT | COVID-19 Services Date: 27 March 2020

Namibia Lockdown Guidelines and Regulations Date: 27 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #5 Date: 25 March 2020

Memo - COVID-19 Measurements #4 Date: 24 March 2020

How to Handwash - Date: 23 March 2020

NMC E-News Coronavirus Testing for Members
 -
Date: 19 March 2020

NUST Management COVID-19 Measurements #3 - Date: 17 March 2020

Staff Absence from Work - Date: 16 March 2020

Keeping the workplace safe - Date: 16 March 2020

 


NUST MANAGEMENT | COVID-19 LOCKDOWN MEASURES #6

Following His Excellency President Hage Geingob’s announcement today on the guidelines and regulations for the 21-day lockdown of the Khomas and Erongo Regions from Friday 27 March at midnight, the University calls on all staff to strictly remain at home during this period.

 

The University will NOT allow any staff members or students to enter the campus, except for those residing at Poly Heights and hostel wardens’ residences. We will communicate to you in due course, who is defined as critical to the university’s smooth operation during the lockdown.

 

In the meantime, your cooperation on this matter is highly appreciated. Remember to limit your movement, wash your hands regularly and immediately report any symptoms associated with the virus to 0800 100 100

 

Otherwise stay safe and healthy.  

 

For updated information, all staff and students should continue visiting the University website: https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and social media platforms: Facebook: @NUSTNamibia
Twitter: @nust_Namibia
Instagram: @official.nust.na 
LinkedIn: NUST Namibia

 

Any other enquiries please contact the hotline: 081 2954650.


 COVID-19 Frequently asked questions from staff and students

 

As you are aware, the COVID-19 viral outbreak is adversely affecting various socio-economic activities globally, and with reports about the increasing number of people testing positive, it is anticipated that this may have a significant impact on the University’s operations. To this end, here are some answers to a number of frequently asked questions:

Q. When is the lockdown period?

A.The lockdown is from the 26th of March to the 16th of April 2020. Strictly staff members that are critical to the functioning of the University and those who are not able to work, will have access to work on campus, when required.

 

Q. Does this affect the NUST Regional Centres too?

A. Yes, the Centres will also be closed during the abovementioned time.

 

Q. Do staff members have to apply for leave?

A. No, staff members do not have to apply for leave. All staff members will be granted special leave through the Human Resources bulk process. However, all employees must be accessible at all times during this period.


Q. Are students required to submit assignments during the lockdown?

A. No, students are not required to participate in any evaluations (e.g. tests) or to submit any assignments during the lockdown.


Q. Are there any changes in the Awards Ceremony and Graduation dates?

A. Yes, the Graduation ceremonies, initially scheduled for 29 and 30 April, have been moved to October 2020. This means they will now coincide with the Graduation Ceremony that traditionally takes place in October. Therefore, in total, there will be three ceremonies in that month.

The Awards Ceremony that was slated for 27 April has also been moved to October 2020, the logistical details will be communicated at a later stage.


Q. Are staff members available to students during this period?

A. Yes, they are reachable on their NUST contact details. Staff members have been given the option to work from home with only essential personnel remaining on campus.


Q. Is the Library open?

A. The Library will be closed and all services will be provided online until 16 April 2020. Fortunately, you can access a wide variety electronic journals and books by visiting http://library.nust.na/?q=e-resources-campus-access


Q. Where can I find information about the COVID-19, such as symptoms and prevention tips?

A. There is still a lot of research being conducted to understand the virus and the health organisations are working tirelessly to ensure the public stays informed. Kindly follow these links of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; the World Health Organisation (WHO); and  the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), for symptoms and prevention tips
http://www.mhss.gov.na/corona and
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus 
and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Q. How can I reach the University for Information specifically related to COVID-19?

A. You can call the University on the Hotline 081 2954650 and/or follow this link https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus

 

NOTEFor NUST Announcements on COVID-19 visit https://www.nust.na/?q=coronavirus and follow us on our social media platforms

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NUSTNamibia/

Twitter https://twitter.com/NUST_Namibia

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/official.nust.na/?hl=en

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nust-namibia/

 

Workshop: Leading Change

Theme: 70% of Organisational Change attempts fail- How to be among the 30%

Change has become a constant in our business world. Today, technology driven new opportunities, higher customer and social responsibility are emerging quickly, opening large strategic opportunities and threats for companies at the same time. Firms respond by initialising change projects to implement a new technology, business model, foster growth or resize the organisation. Whether such organisation-wide top-down change efforts are successful or not, depends on how managers and employees in the organisation respond to it, i.e. whether they are willing, capable and are enabled to changing respectively their daily practices and routines. How should one lead change in a systematic, yet responsive, agile and open manner? What are best practices? What mostly goes wrong? What leadership qualities are needed for a change project? In this half-day workshop we will interactively discuss best practices and what can go wrong based on systematic process model of Leading Change and by looking at practical examples.

Policy Predicaments

Namibia is currently facing headwinds yet unknown in our young democracy. Policy responses will play a key role in charting a path out of the mire and onto a more sustainable growth path. Often, however, well-intended policies can have undesirable consequences that affect the health of the economy and ultimately filter into local asset prices.

Please join us as Anthea Angermund, Portfolio Manager at Prudential Investment Managers, takes us on a walk down ‘history lane’, to assess how other countries have tackled similar problems and the consequences of their different policy stances.

Theme: Mission Possible – How to Successfully Embark on a Thesis/Research Project and Publish

Are you studying management sciences and facing challenges with writing your thesis? Not sure how to start? Do you find yourself wondering whether it is all worth it? Well, here is good news: you are not alone! Taking on a piece of research work in management sciences – be it undergraduate, master or PhD level – is a challenging process. However, looking at the bigger picture you might uncover the benefits and value that you are creating.

Join Dr Eva Bilhuber Galli, a visiting guest lecturer with a PhD from the University of St Galen, Switzerland, as she shares personal insights from her own research and publication experiences.

She will focus on what research implies, what methodological decisions you can take, the frames you could use to help you phase your project, the challenges that may emerge and how to address them.

Workshop: From Captain to Coach

In an age of rapid shifts in technologies and business models, as well as the way organisations work, change is the “new normal”. What is required in such a world is to enable more agility, shared responsibility and learning, that involves rethinking the role of a manager from that of instructor to coach. Organisations, from startups to traditional industry leaders across all sectors, will need to discover new ways of leading, organising and engaging employees for performance. Coaching, as both an attitude and a technique, seems like an ideal style for the constantly changing work force. Research on today’s employees suggests that coaching is essential in carving goal achievement and productivity; it is also valued because of the dual role of addressing organisational performance and helping employees reach their own career goals.

In this full-day interactive workshop, we will discuss and practice basic coaching principles and techniques that can be easily applied within the workplace.

The Future of Management is Collaborative

What can you achieve alone today? Collaboration is a key feature of successful markets; this is the case more than ever in our globally networked ecosystem business world. With economic activities being increasingly interconnected across the globe, collaboration with multiple stakeholders is perhaps today’s most fundamental challenge in leading and managing a successful organisation - within and beyond its boundaries. While managing collaboration is nothing new, its relevance and degree has changed dramatically. To successfully lead an organisation in an increasingly digital, globalised, interactive and specialised world, requires a shift from a hierarchical to a more lateral, partnering and collaborative leadership approach. What does collaborative leadership entail? What does collaborative leadership display? What are the core ingredients? How can companies develop a mindset of collaborative leadership?

In this half-day workshop the focus will be on collaboration as a strategic asset and discuss how organisations can analyse and develop collaborative leadership based on an international case study.

CISCO Networking Academy - CCNA classes

NUST Cisco Networking Academy is offering Cisco classes for first semester of 2020. We will be offering CCNA 1 and any of CCNA 2- 4 to NUST Faculty of Computing and Informatics students.

START DATE: 4 March 2020
COST
CCNA 1: N$500
CCNA 2: N$500
CCNA 3: N$500

What to do to register?
Send an e-mail to mchitauro@nust.na indicating:

  • Your Name and Surname
  • Student number and
  • Which CCNA you want to be enrolled for.

Closing date for registration: 28 February 2020

Agile Leadership Workshop

In today’s fast-paced world, companies need to create structures and a leadership culture that enable every single individual to unleash their full potential and put the customer at the centre of the business. The term ‘agile’ is used to describe mind-sets and ways of working that prioritise the customer’s needs. Two concepts that have enabled leaders to create the conditions for their organisations to thrive and be agile are:

  • The Creative Competencies of ‘The Leadership Circle Profile,’ developed by FullCircleGroup ©; and
  • The Roles of Visionary, Architect, Catalyst and Coach (VACC)

In this four-hour session, both concepts will be introduced and explored. Participants will be invited to link these insights with their own experiences and share their knowledge and expertise.

Contact Us

The Namibia University of Science and Technology welcomes all queries and suggestions via our contact page. For detailed enquiries please fill in our Advanced Enquiries form on the main Enquiries page.

Private Bag 13388 Windhoek, Namibia 13 Jackson Kaujeua Street, Windhoek, Namibia Student Registration Enquiries :
+264-61-207-2056
Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning:
+264-61-207-9777
Student Fees and Payments :
+264-61-207-9888
Fax: +264-61-207-2444 Switchboard: +264-61-207-9111

Online Enquiry

Please take the time to properly fill out the Enquiry form! This helps us in determining who would be the best contact person to help you further.