The Office of the Vice-Chancellor comprises of the Acting Vice-Chancellor Mr. Morné Du Toit and his staff, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academic, Dr. A. Niikondo, the Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Administration and Finance, Ms. Miriam Dikuua, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation, Prof. P. Govender and the Chief Legal Advisor, Mr. Joshua R Kaumbi.
This office is responsible for activities in the office of the Registrar, the Centre for Lifelong Learning (COLL) and the Cooperative Education Unit (CEU), and also for all Committees of the Senate and School Board of Studies (BOS) for all seven (6) schools.
The primary responsibility of the office includes management and oversight of Finances, Human Resources, Information and Communication Technology, Student Services and Facilities.
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the following main functions and activities at the Namibia University of Science and Technology:
- Academic administration, including faculty administration, assessment administration, student recordkeeping and meetings administration and governance.
The Namibia University of Science and Technology has invested considerable resources and energy to strengthen its position as a university of choice in the higher education sector of Namibia. This developed a marketing strategy that brought about the enhanced image.
The Finance Department under the guidance of the Bursar is dedicated to providing efficient financial and administrative services to all students, faculties and departments to Namibia's University of Science and Technology (NUST) community by allowing access to information and by promoting financial wellbeing for each unit of the University.
HR strategy aims to support the achievement of the NUST’s strategic objectives. Activities are primarily focused on recruitment and staff development and efforts to retain a competent workforce, which includes developing individual capabilities and competence to ensure the institution’s continued growth
The Namibia University of Science and Technology has always acquired the most reliable technology on the market. The department of Information and Communications Technology is comprised of the Data Centre, Integrated Tertiary Systems (ITS), PC Support, Networks and the Webmasters.
The department facilitates the development, implementation and review of the institution’s strategic and operational plans. Staff work closely with all internal stakeholders providing support and expertise to ensure alignment of planning and decision making to the vision, mission and goals of the institution.
The mandate of the Department is to drive the international strategy of the institution. The strategy is premised on the integration of best international practices into teaching, learning, research and services of the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). It also supports the promotion of internationalisation on campus.
The Unit has been created to facilitate project development and management of grants across the Institution. It espouses an inter-disciplinary and multi-sectoral approach and recognises the future long term research needs to maximise impact.
The department provides student services and programmes to develop student academic potential. The student services and programmes are student centered to enhance their personal, academic and social development.
The Namibia University of Science and Technology recognises the importance of quality assurance and standards in all its activities as manifested in a dedicated QA Unit.
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 +264-61-207-9111 +264-61-207-2444
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