How To Track Your Unizulu Application
Have you applied to study at the University of Zululand and now you want to know where your application stands? Well, here's how to track your application.
If you have applied to the University of Zululand and you've been wondering how to track your application then keep reading.
The University of Zululand (also known as UNIZULU) is just south of Empangeni, north of the Thukela River, in KwaZulu-Natal.
In keeping with the government’s vocational approach to higher education, UNIZULU offers a mix of university courses and career-focused programmes that cater simultaneously for the needs of industrial stakeholders and the rural community. In this way, the university combines the needs of ‘entrepreneurial’ and ‘alternative’ education.
How To Check Your Application Status
- Go to the CAO Website
- Click on My Application
- Fill in the required details in the fields
- Follow the prompts
- You should be able to view your status then
With four faculties (Arts, Commerce-Administration-Law, Education and Science-Agriculture, as well as facilities in aid of learning (the Academic Literacy Unit, a Personal Computer Support Facility and others), UNIZULU pursues its quest for excellence, with emphasis on community service.
The University of Zululand is a comprehensive university offering approximately 252 accredited degrees, diploma and certificate courses across the faculties of Arts; Education; Science and Agriculture as well as Commerce, Administration and Law at the KwaDlangezwa and Richards Bay campuses.
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