Frequent Asked Questions

Yes, the late application form will be open on 15 February 2021.

Kindly click on the following link to apply

The registration period has been extended for New and Returning Students.

Normal Registration: 08 – 12 February 2021 | Late Registration: 15 – 19 February 2021

NBS Registration Dates Extended

The Business School has two (2) intakes per year. The first is in January/February and the second is in June/July.

The programmes on offer differ between the two intakes.

First Intake

Executive Diploma Programmes (except for Project Management), Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration, the MBAs, and the DBA.

Second intake

Executive Diploma Programmes: Diploma for New Managers, Diploma for Middle Managers, Diploma for Senior Managers, Diploma in Project Management, and the Diploma in Police Management

No, hard/physical copies will no longer be available to curb the spread of the Coronavirus.

It is our priority to make ensure the safety of both students and staff. Therefore, all activities (including payments and lectures) are done online.

Yes, the fee for the Normal (early) Applications is N$400 and the fee for the Late Applications is N$500.

Applicants who will apply from 15 – 17 February 2021 will be required to pay N$500 and upload the proof of payment to the application form.

The banking details can be found on the Fees page, in the Payment Options document.  For more information, please contact the Assistant Accountant on

Bank details

Account Name: Namibia Business School

Bank Name: First National Bank (FNB) Namibia – Commercial Suite

Branch Code: 281 872

Swift Code: FIRNNANX

Account Number: 6201 5723 457

Reference Number: Student Number – OR – Initials, Surname

The Academic Office requires 2 or more weeks to process an application form. The process may be prolonged if a single or number of documents are not attached.

If an applicant forgets to attach a document, he/she will be asked to send it to as soon as possible.

Kindly find the list of documents here.

In 2020, Namibia Business School responded to the Covid-19 pandemic in three ways. One of the three ways was transitioning from block-release mode to a blended learning approach. During the lockdown, students stopped attending lectures during the weekends on campus and began to ‘watch’ them online instead.

In 2021, students will continue to learn and engage with online platforms like ZOOM and Moodle. For more information, please contact the Student Support Office on

Kindly call the switchboard on 061 413 500 or via WhatsApp on 0816587773. If the questions is for a specific department or staff member please find the respective contact details under Staff or Contact Us.