The University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN)


The University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN) is a tertiary educational institution in Namibia. It is based in the Khomasdal suburb of the capital Windhoek and has campuses in Rehoboth, Rundu and Oshakati. TUCSIN was co-founded by Beatrice Sandelowsky on 15 June 1978. Since its inception it has trained 35,000 students and awarded over 1,000 bursaries to Namibian students.

TUCSIN offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the fields of business, education, health sciences, law, and social sciences. The university also offers a number of short courses and certificate programs.

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Programs Offered

Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Education

Master of Business Administration


Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA)
Association of African Universities
International Association of Universities
Commonwealth of Learning

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