Applications to study at the University of Kwazulu-Natal Graduate School of Business and Leadership in the second semester are now open. A bunch of postgraduate courses has space available.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) has five campuses across the KwaZulu-Natal province. The university has recently provided students with a deadline of when they can withdraw for the academic year.


Parts of Kwazulu-Natal have been struck by floods which has even lead to many lives lost. Another aspect which has been affected is education so how have Universities been affected by these floods?

The University of Kwazulu-Natal (UKZN) has opened their applications for 2023. Don't hesitate and apply now to join a truly South African University of Choice that is academically excellent, innovative in research, entrepreneurial, and critically engaged with society.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal has had another student protest in a period of two weeks. This has been followed by a meeting that will be held between relevant stakeholders to ensure students return to an environment that is conducive for learning.


The University of Kwazulu-Natal has announced that they have late applications available for the 2022 academic year. Apply now to not miss out on your chance to study in 2022!

Registrations have officially opened at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Returning and new students may begin the registration process online as no walk-ins are allowed at this time.

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The University of Kwazulu-Natal also known as UKZN was set to close its 2022 academic year applications on 30 September 2021. If you aimed at applying to study at UKZN next year, don't sweat you might just be one of the lucky few, read below for more info.  

Are you interested in studying at the University of KwaZulu-Natal? Are you wondering how to apply to study at UKZN for 2022? Well we can help. Find out how to apply to UKZN below. 

The University of KwaZulu Natal is committed to using its resources towards research and innovations which will develop professionals who solve societal issues within South Africa and across the globe. The university offers a variety of courses across its campuses, keep reading to find out more about them. 

If you want to study next year, you need to start by applying. The key is to find out the 2022 institution application dates. Applying for tertiary studies can be challenging to find out the details you need. From finding out the application dates so that you can start collecting all of the documents required. Application dates may vary and/or change due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Most colleges are opening up for 2022 applications during the month of May. 

After the community calls for the removal of University of Zululand's Vice-Chancellor, the university says the communities accusations are a one-sided view of things. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor then goes on to explain what the university is doing to better the situation and why everything they are being accused of is necessary. 

The University of KwaZulu-Natal's SRC president confirms that protests will continue until students demands are met. Students are facing financial exclusion, because bursaries and financial aid schemes are not clearing them for registration.

If you've applied to study at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, you're probably going to want to check at what stage your application is at. Read further to learn how to do so.

The Student Representative Council at the University of KwaZulu-Natal spent the night outside the university's main gate at the Westville campus. They did this so that the university's management would address issues concerning students and admissions. 

Minister Blade Nzimande says that TVET Colleges are set to reopen as per the TVET calendar for 2021, released weeks ago. 

Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation Dr Blade Nzimande briefed the media on the reopening of universities and completion of the 2020 academic year. 

Universities are now waiting for final instructions from the Department of Higher Education on how exactly the 2021 academic year will run. Due to the pandemic, many Universities had to switch to an online learning programme with some Universities indicating that this will continue for 2021.