• Rossing Foundation
  • Rossing Foundation
  • Rossing Foundation

2023 Enrolment – CLOSED

Daily face-to-face tutorials @ Arandis, Swakopmund & Ondangwa

Certified copies of the following documents are needed for enrolment

Proof of citizenship or permanent residence (Namibian Identity Document, Passport or Full Birth Certificate)

  • Statement of results and certificate of recent examination
  • Attestation on parental income or employment status
  • Declaration of orphanage and/or marginalized status (if applicable)

Subjects offered NSSCO/AS (Grade 11 and 12)

  • Mathematics
  • Physical Science
  • Chemistry
  • Entrepreneurship
  • English
  • Biology


  • Registration: N$ 200.00
  • Tutorials / Lectures: Free
  • Practical Sessions: Free
  • Library Membership: Free
  • Learner Textbooks: Sponsored

Welcome to The Rössing Foundation

The Rössing Foundation was established in 1978 by Rössing Uranium Limited through a Deed of Trust to implement and facilitate corporate social responsibility activities within the communities of Namibia.

The Rössing Foundation undertakes a broad range of activities across a wide spectrum of community development areas. The Foundation concentrates its activities mainly within the Erongo Region and to a lesser extent in the Oshana, and Omaheke Regions.

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Annual Report

All education programmes and projects that the Rössing Foundation drives or supports are formulated in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in cooperation with several Education Directorates of the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture.

Download the 2021 Rössing Foundation Annual Report



  • To further the education of all Namibians in order to achieve greater national productivity and to enhance lifelong learning
  • To encourage the creation and/or to create opportunities for people to use their education
  • To promote the advancement of the living standards of all the people in Namibia
  • To do any act or thing which, in the opinion of the Trustees, will benefit Namibia or any or all of its inhabitants
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