University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN)

About

The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), established in 1949, is a multi-campus, residential, teaching and research-led institution located in the picturesque province of KwaZulu-Natal. 

APPLICATION CLOSING DATES

31 July 2020 (medical programmes)
30 September 2020 (all other programmes)

APPLICATION FEES

  • R240 (SA citizen)
  • R300 (International student)
  • R465 (Late application fee for SA citizens)
  • R575 (Late application fee for international students)

Do I Need to Write the NBTs? Yes

Remember to: Calculate your APS

Qualification Cost Range per Annum

Tuition costs at UKZN ranges anywhere from R25 000 to R60 000.

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HOW TO APPLY

Step 1:  Get your application form.

First-time applicants will need to apply through the Central Applications Office (CAO). You’ll be able to apply through UKZN’s online application platform.

If you’re applying via hard copy, you can post your application to:

University of KwaZulu-Natal
Applications and Information Office
Durban
4041

Step 2:  Complete your application form in full. 

*Remember you’ll need an email address.  Don’t have one?  Get an email address here.

Step 3:  Attach all supporting documents.

Step 4:  Complete a student accommodation form.  This is part of the application process.

CONTACT DETAILS

Have questions about your application?

Email:undergrad@ukzn.ac.za
Tel: 
(031) 260 2212

General queries:

Email:enquiries@ukzn.ac.za
Tel:
(031) 260 8596

Need to find the institution?

Physical Address:
Mazisi Kunene Road,
Glenwood
Durban

QUALIFICATIONS ON OFFER

The university offers a wide variety of under- and post-graduate qualifications that fit into the following faculties:

  • College of Health Sciences
  • College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science
  • College of Humanities
  • College of Law and Management Studies

View the UKZN prospectus here.

Don’t meet the minimum requirements?  There’s still hope.