University of KwaZulu Natal or UKZN is a university
with five campuses all located in the province of KwaZulu-Natal min South Africa. It was formed on 1 January 2004 after the merger between the University of Natal and the University of Durban-Westville.
Undergraduate full time studies
• If you would like to apply for admission to a full time undergraduate program. you must apply on the UKZN Undergraduate application form.(See Link)
• If you would like to apply directly to UKZN for admission as a short term full time student you may also use this application form.
• Refugee applicants must be in possession of a valid Section 41 permit/Refugee identity document which grants you permission to study. Application procedures and application fees as for local students are applicable. Apply via CAO at www.cao.ac.za
Just imagine getting your Education in an absolutely "African Setting" with warm PERFECT weather! When taking a break from studying being able to visit FAMOUS Game Reserves, Sandy Beaches and the Beautiful Drakensberg Mountains!
Welcome to the University of KwaZulu (UKZN) A leading institution of higher learning on the African continent. The University of is a multi-campus, residential, teaching and research-led university located in the picturesque province of KwaZulu-Natal. The University has a proud and rich heritage of academic excellence... read more
Why Choose the University of KwaZulu
The new University of KwaZulu unites two major educational
institutions in KwaZulu-Natal the University of Natal and the
University of Durban-Westville. The University of KwaZulu aims to be a truly South African
university that reflects the society in which it is situated not only
in terms of race, gender and class but in terms of how it structures
its values and priorities and how it responds to social needs. As an institution of higher learning, it is committed to academic
excellence, innovation in research and critical engagement with society. With its vision to be the Premier University of African Scholarship,
the University of KwaZulu draws inspiration from an African
identity and takes seriously its responsibilities to the development of
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