Nakatindi Road Campus
This campus which is three kilometers from the center of Livingstone City was formally part of the Coillard Primary School built in the early fifties and was named after a famous Scottish explorer who visited this part of Africa in the nineteenth century, Part of the school still exists but was renamed Mulwani Basic School after independence. The trade School was renamed Livingstone Institute of Business and Engineering until 2995 when the said institute moved to a site adjacent to its old campus. The campus was then rented by the Victoria Falls University of Technology and was renamed the Nakatindi Road Campus.
The campus will host the Technical and Training college of the University offering short courses, while other campuses are still being constructed , VFU has commenced its operations at this campus by running some short courses, some diploma and degree programmes in the Information and Communications Engineering courses and Language, Tourism and Arts and Business and Financial Management.