UKZN online Courses 2023-2024
UKZN online Courses 2023-2024
Application Closing Dates
- 30 June for MBCHB
- 30 September for all other programmes
- R240 (SA citizen)
- R300 (International student)
- R465 (Late application fee for SA citizens)
- R575 (Late application fee for international students)
Please remember to upload the following documents (where applicable):
- Certified copy of your ID/passport.
- Certified copy of your National Senior/Matric Certificate or O/A Levels or relevant school leaving qualification/certificate.
- Proof from Universities South Africa (previously known as HESA), that you qualify for admission to degree studies at South Africa universities, if you are an international applicant. For more information, refer to the undergraduate prospectus
- Certified copies of your degree certificate(s), academic record and certificate of conduct, if you attended other universities.
- Proof of English proficiency for International applicants from non-English speaking countries.
- South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) evaluations if the previous qualification(s) was/were obtained at foreign universities (outside South Africa).
- A research proposal/proposed title of the dissertation/thesis if you are applying for a Masters Degree or PhD.
- A valid study visa to study in SA if you are an International applicant.
- Before applying online please make sure that you have read the guidelines above.
- Please ensure that you have the HESA/SAQA documents to be uploaded in order to complete your application.
- Please ensure to use reference APPN (followed by your student number) when making application fee payment.
- Please allow the system 24 hrs to 48 hrs to clear your payment.
University of KwaZulu-Natal UKZN Online Courses Offered 2023/2024
|Open Learning – The Saturday University|
Open Learning is a study programme that combines study materials with tutor support sessions. This means that study material for the course is given to the student who works at his or her own time and place. The tutor-supported class group sessions are held on Saturdays at the regional meeting venues, so students can receive assistance from the tutors and interact with other course participants. The student can choose a study programme according to individual needs within a tutor-supported framework.
|Regional Study Centres|
These class study sessions are scheduled over several Saturdays during each semester at regional centres. This means that even students from rural study centres operate in such places as Durban, Empangeni, Ladysmith, Newcastle, Port Shepstone or Pietermaritzburg. Please note that these programmes are for practising teachers and nurses only.
Bachelor of Nursing Advanced Practice
Contact Tel: + 27 (0) 31 260 2375
The decentralized programmes offers professional development
short courses for registered nurses.
Contact Tel: +27 (0) 260 2499
visit the official site of UKZN for more information