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Frequently Asked Questions

If the scanned documents are clear (try it out when printing them), and text/logo/stamps are readable then scanned copies are sufficient, when in doubt you can send them by regular mail as well, but preferably the documents are submitted through the Internet. Please note: all certificates/degrees have to be certified by stamps of the university.

Namibia University of Science & Technology
13 Jackson Kaujeua Street
Windhoek
Namibia
Tel: +264 62 207 2186

All official documents such as diplomas / course records / certificates etc., should have their official English translation attached in order to be reviewed.


This does not count for passports.


No, depending on the level of study you wish to follow, you submit your documents. For example, if you wish to do an MSc we do not need a High school certificate, but the diploma of your university level. For a PhD study we need to your MSc diploma.

Yes, you may apply up to 3 studies or countries. You can only submit one application: Please note that you do not need to fill in separate applications for them. You apply in priority order, i.e. your first submitted application will be regarded as your first choice, the second application the second choice and so on.

Uploading documents means you have to scan your documents and send them to us through the Internet.

This documentation will be necessary for you to prove that you qualify for a certain level of study you apply for. For example:

Should you wish to apply for an MSc study, you need to show that you have a BSc Degree/Diploma. Should you wish to apply for a PhD, then you have to show that you have an MSc Degree and also have the course records of the studies that you followed.

For information on the available scholarships see: Mobility scheme & scholarship and/or Mobility type per target group and duration and accordingly you can apply through our online registration / application form.

About

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This project is part of the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme Initiative funded by the European Commission through the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) is responsible for managing this programme, in collaboration with the African Union Commission (AUC), and under the supervision of the Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission.