Applying to study at Northrise University is a simple and convenient process. In 10 easy to follow steps you will complete your admission process and be ready to pursue your degree.

Whether you are a working professional or young adult who is either considering being a Distance e-Learner or wish to pursue evening studies, or perhaps you have just graduated from high school and are now ready to study your first degree , the information below will help you get started…




Undergraduate Studies:
All Programs: G12 certificate with 5 credits or better inclusive of English and Mathematics.

Graduate Studies:
All Programs: Undergraduate degree in relevant field plus 2 years work experience.
Master of Public Health: Undergraduate degree in health related field plus 2 years work experience.

NOTE: Applicants wishing to pursue any of our graduate programs must have completed courses in the following areas Economics, Statistics, Accounting and Business Management. If not, one is required to take courses in these areas at undergraduate level.

Mature Age Entry:
Consideration is made on case by case basis for Mature Age applicants who possess substantial and relevant work experience but do not meet minimum entry requirements.

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NU Main Campus (Ndola)
Mobile Line: 960 776 144

Solwezi Campus
Mobile Line: 961 896 865

2021 Application Dates
January Intake
DAY & ONL Studies:
Application Deadline: 13th January 2021
Classes Begin: 8th February 2021
July Intake
DAY & ONL Studies:
Application Deadline: 9th July 2021
Classes Begin: 9th August 2021