NUST Online Application

This article is here to simply guide you on the step-by-step guide on NUST Online Application for this academic year. A minimum of 25 points in five subjects including an E-symbol in English on NSSC Ordinary Level. Individual programmes require Mathematics and Science at different levels.

Before you begin the NUST registration process, make sure you have:

  • Paid your registration fees. Electronic (EFT) payments must be made three days before registration.
  • Received a notification that your confirmation letter for a sponsorship/loan has been accepted. If not, send an email to


  • Step 1: Log on to and follow the E-NUST Tab.
  • Step 2: Click on “Student Kiosk” and insert your student number and pin number.
  • Step 3: Read the Rules and Regulations as well as Declaration of Agreement and click on the “I Accept” button. The acceptance of the “Rules and Regulations” and “Declaration and Agreement” is mandatory and serves as your electronic signature.
  • Step 4: Click on “Qualification Registration”,
  • Step 5: Select the subjects you want to register for, and click on “Save and Continue”. 
  • Step 6: Select the mode of studies
  • Step 7: Click on “Save and Continue”
  • Step 8: Make sure your registration details are correct and click on “Accept Registration”
  • Step 9: Double check the following details on your proof of registration: Year of Studies, Courses registered for, Mode of Studies, Fees charged, etc. Print your Proof of Registration.

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Classes will begin on February 6th, 2024, and will be offered in a blended mode of study that includes both remote learning (online) and face-to-face classes. Keep in mind that it’s your responsibility as a student to ensure that you have access to data, devices (such as laptops and computers), and internet to be able to attend online classes.

Compulsory Online Orientation for New Students:

For new students, there will be a compulsory online orientation session to familiarize you with the technology used in learning. During this session, you’ll be introduced to the teaching strategies and methods used by your lecturers through online platforms like MyNUST and Microsoft Teams. To make communication with the facilitators easier, you’ll need to install the Telegram app on your mobile device.

You can access the Telegram Channel named “students.nust” by following this link once connected to the app: More information about the orientation will be sent to registered new students via email after registration. If you need more information, don’t hesitate to contact the facilitator, Gert Schroeder-Nependa, at

Full-time and Part-time Students

For full-time and part-time students, you can download your class timetable from their website at

Distance Students (COLL):

For distance education students, you’ll be enrolled on eLearning for your courses and can access the study guides and tutorial letters in a flipbook file format or as Turn-it-in assignments on MOODLE. No hard copies will be issued. There will also be face-to-face induction sessions offered during February 2024, so keep an eye out for the dates that will be announced in January.


  • All important documents, such as yearbooks, can be found on the NUST website.
  • To apply for course credits/exemptions, contact the Faculty Officer.
  • Students are allowed to add or cancel a subject or their program of studies before or on 10 March 2024, with a 100% refund (excluding the non-refundable registration fee).

Guidelines on how to add or cancel a subject

Are you looking to add or cancel a subject online using the Student Kiosk? If so, here’s a step-by-step guide to help you out.

Before we get started, here are a few rules you need to keep in mind:
  • You can add or cancel a course (subject) with a 100% refund until the last working day of February each year.
  • You can’t add or cancel courses (subjects) in distance mode on the Student Kiosk. You’ll need to contact the COLL for this.
  • Changing your program isn’t possible on the Student Kiosk.
  • You can only add subjects that are part of your program or year of studies. For example, if you’re a 2nd-year student, you can only add/cancel courses (subjects) for 1st and 2nd year. You won’t be able to add 3rd-year subjects. For that, you’ll need the help of your Faculty Officer.

Now, let’s look at the steps to cancel or add a subject:

To Cancel a Subject:

  1. Click on “Subject Cancellation.”
  2. Choose the subject you want to cancel.
  3. Click on “Save subject cancellation.”
  4. You’ll see a pop-up message saying “Subject(s) cancelled successfully.”
  5. Click “OK” to confirm.

To Add a Subject:

  1. Click on “Add Subjects to a Registration.”
  2. Click on your qualification.
  3. Add the subjects of your choice.
  4. Click on “Save and Continue.”

To Cancel a Qualification:

  1. Click on Qualification Cancellation.
  2. Click on Save.
  3. You’ll see a pop-up message saying “Subject(s) cancelled successfully.”
  4. Click “OK” to confirm.