On successful completion of the Bachelor of Quantity Surveying, graduates will be eligible for registration as Candidate Quantity Surveying Technologist with the Namibia Council for Architects and Quantity Surveyors (NCAQS) in terms of Acts 13 of 1979, and Act 11 of 1992.
Candidates are to be assessed on academic merit only. Candidates apply with their latest Grade 12/NSSC Ordinary Level (NSSCO) and/or NSSC Higher Level (NSSCH) results and/or relevant INSTEM results obtained from NUST. Candidates are required to meet the following minimum academic criteria to be considered:
• At least 12 points on the NUST evaluation scale for English and Mathematics using a combination of NSSCH and/or NSSCO, provided that no symbol lower than a C on NSSCO will be accepted.
• A minimum of 18 points on the NUST evaluation scale for any three other subjects out of the following (or their equivalent): Technical Drawing, Physical Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Economics, using a combination of NSSCH and NSSCO, provided that no symbol lower than a C on NSSCO will be accepted.
• INSTEM results will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis according to NUST regulations.
If the final Grade 12 and/or INSTEM results of candidates, who were selected provisionally, do not meet the minimum requirements, then final admission to the programme will be withheld. The decision of the Selection Committee is final, and no discussion of the results with the candidates will be entertained.