Category Archives: The University Center for Studies in Namibia

TUCSIN Namibia Admissions 2021 – 2022

TUCSIN Namibia Admissions 2021 – 2022 TUCSIN Applications 2021 – 2022 The University Center for Studies in Namibia Admissions About TUCSIN Namibia TUCSIN Namibia Fees TUCSIN Namibia Contact Details TUCSIN Namibia Application Form TUCSIN Namibia Prospectus TUCSIN Namibia Scholarships TUCSIN Namibia Courses TUCSIN Namibia Informal Education Programme (IEP) TUCSIN Namibia Hostel Accommodation Fees TUCSIN Namibia… Read More »

TUCSIN Namibia Scholarships 2021 – 2022

TUCSIN Namibia Scholarships 2021 – 2022 Since its inception TUCSIN has been instrumental in ensuring that some 1,500 Namibians qualified at Universities and Technicons in Southern Africa. The vast majority was sponsored by the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst). Scholarships relate to fields relevant to the country’s development. Namibian students – please apply for scholarships… Read More »

TUCSIN Namibia Prospectus 2021 – 2022

TUCSIN Namibia Prospectus 2021 – 2022 The TUCSIN Namibia Prospectus for the 2021 – 2022 academic year has been released. Kindly contact the Admissions office for details. Contact form NamibiaTUCSIN Haus TUCSIN, The University Centre for Studies in Namibia 16 Mont Blanc Street P.O.Box 11174 Windhoek (Klein Windhoek) Namibia Tel: +2 64 / 61 /… Read More »

TUCSIN Namibia Application Form 2021 – 2022

TUCSIN Namibia Application Form 2021 – 2022 Students – please collect the application forms at your preferred TUCSIN centre. Since all courses start at 1 February of each year, students are required to submit their applications between mid and end of January for the centre of your choice. Just make sure that about the due-date… Read More »

TUCSIN Namibia Fees Structure 2021 – 2022

TUCSIN Namibia Fees Structure 2021 – 2022 The University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN) During the 1970’s Namibia (formerly South West Africa) was administered like a province of South Africa. A university for Namibia was a controversial subject. It took courage to provide a forum for Namibians and others to address such issues and… Read More »