The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) is the second largest public research university in Zimbabwe, located in Bulawayo. It was established in 1991. On 8 April 1991, NUST opened for the first time with 270 students in three faculties. The number of academic staff was 28.
On 19 May 1991, Professor P.M. Makhurane was appointed as the inaugural Vice-Chancellor of the University and soon after that Mr Lameck Sithole and Mr Michael Kariwo were appointed as the first Bursar and first Registrar respectively. By 1 October 1991, there were 270 students, 28 academic staff, 41 administrators, and 11 support staff.
On 28 October 1991, the university organized a public ceremony to install its first Chancellor Cde R. G. Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe and its first Vice-Chancellor, Professor Phinias Makhurane, and to lay the institution’s foundation stone.
The main campus is located on the A6 highway in Ascot, Bulawayo. The Faculty of Medicine is located at Mpilo Hospital, and the library in the city center.
What Is The Last Date Of Admission In NUST?
The deadline for NUST PG Admissions has been extended, for the last time this year, to June 10. The last date to submit the application fee is June 13. Make the most of the second chance at defining your future with Pakistan’s most prestigious institution.
How Do I Submit My Online Application To NUST?
After deciding on a qualification you are willing to pursue, you may: Apply to NUST online at https://ienabler.nust.na/pls/prodi41/w99pkg.mi_login. Applying online provides you with immediate notification that your application has been received. You will also be able to follow the progress of your application online.