It is the student’s responsibility to look for educational funding. Most of the local students who enrol at the University are funded by the Eswatini Government for their education and a few are funded by companies, organisations and parents or guardians. Students who are enrolled for the Theology programmes are partly funded by the Church.
International students information
International students undergo the application process like all prospective students and seek for their funding. Whenever there is a need, the office of the Dean of Student Affairs (DSA) provides assistance in searching for habitable and secure accommodation.
As an institution that is owned by the Church of the Nazarene, the University promotes Christian values and principles. While both official languages in Eswatini, that is Siswati and English, are used within the University, English serves as the medium of learning within the University, therefore communication barriers are minimised.