Message from the Executive Dean

Prof Efigenia Semente

The Faculty of Commerce, Human Sciences and Education (FCHSE) contributes to scholarship through applied research and instructional development. It provides students with the background necessary to pursue advanced studies in Linguistics, Criminal Justice, Policing, Communication, Education, National and Foreign Languages, TVET, Business Administration, Human Resources, Marketing, Accounting and Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Procurement, Logistics & Transport, Sport Management, Hospitality and Tourism, Business Information Administration, Governance and Public Administration and related fields.

The Faculty prides itself with diversity, collegiality, cohesion and inclusion. The educational experience in the undergraduate and graduate levels is designed to provide students with the intellectual flexibility to be successful in a dynamic business environment. In addition, to provide support to employer community through the development of marketable skills in potential employees, the Faculty enhances the competitive capabilities of local businesses by providing continuing education courses, certification and consulting services through the Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business (HPGSB),  and its  Centre for Enterprise Development (CED), the Namibian-German Centre for Logistic (NGCL), the Namibia Graduate School of Accounting (NGSA) and the individual efforts of faculty.

The Faculty has further established collaborative relationship with public and private sector institutions and industries in developing a robust and effective system of higher education in Namibia. The Faculty encourages staff professional development, scholarly productivity, and service to benefit all stakeholders: students, alumni, donors, regional businesses, and the Republic of Namibia.


Prof Efigenia Semente                                                                                                           
Executive Dean:  Faculty of Commerce, Human Sciences and Education
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