The Bachelor of Accounting is intended for students who wish to work as accountants in various types of businesses including pursuing further academic studies. The degree represents a coherent introduction to the broad knowledge, concepts and problem‐ solving techniques in the areas of Management Accounting, Financial Accounting, Taxation and Auditing. Students will have the opportunity to develop the required cognitive/intellectual skills, practical skills and key transferable skills, and apply these to complex accounting issues in the context of different business organisations. The Diploma in Accounting and Finance, as a first exit level, prepares students for self‐directed application of knowledge and skills in dealing with accounting issues in different types of organisations including manufacturing concerns.
Candidates may be admitted to this programme if they meet the General Admission Requirements of the Namibia University of
Science and Technology and comply with the additional requirements below:
o a minimum of 25 points out of five (5) subjects which includes Mathematics / Accounting and English, based on the
University’s Admission Point System, using a combination of NSSC Ordinary Level and/or NSSC Higher Level subjects, with at
least a "E" symbol at NSSC Ordinary Level in English and at least a "D" symbol at NSSC Ordinary Level in Mathematics or
Candidates who meet the Mature Age Entry requirements of the Namibia University of Science and Technology may be
considered, but will be required to comply with the additional requirements below:
o Obtain at least 50 % for the English proficiency test and 60 % for the Mathematics proficiency test.