Organisation : University of KwaZulu-Natal
Facility Name : Application Status Check 2021
Applicable For : Students applied for UKZN Admission 2021
Website : https://www.ukzn.ac.za/
UKZN Admission Application Status
University of KwaZulu-Natal UKZN Admission 2021 Application Status Tracking
How To Check Application Status?
Step-1 : Go to the link https://caocheck.ukzn.ac.za/Start.aspx
Step-2 : Select Application Year 2021
Step-3 : Enter CAO, UKZN Student, ID or Passport Number
Step-4 : Click on “Check” button
In view of the current Covid-19 public health emergency which has persisted since March 2020—and in line with government mandates—the University has put in place measures to ensure that the 2021 registration processes continue in a manner that mitigates the health and safety risks for our staff, students, and members of our local communities.
As advised in the Vice Chancellor and Principal’s Communique of 30 December 2020 all 2021 registration processes must be completed online and from remote locations as there will be no registration services and/or registration assistance available on any of our campuses.
A number of imperatives were considered when planning the 2021 registration processes and procedures, and these required us to proceed differently in terms of planning for registration.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal was formed on 1 January 2004 as a result of the merger between the University of Durban-Westville and the University of Natal. The new university brings together the rich histories of both the former Universities.
The University of Durban-Westville was established in the 1960s as the University College for Indians on Salisbury Island in Durban Bay. Student numbers throughout the 1960s were low as a result of the Congress Alliances’ policy of shunning apartheid structures. This policy gave way in the 1980s to a strategy of “education under protest” which sought to transform apartheid institutions into sites of struggle.
Student numbers grew rapidly and in 1971, the College was granted University status. The following year, the newly-named University of Durban-Westville moved into its modern campus in Westville and was a site of major anti-apartheid struggle. UDW became an autonomous institution in 1984, opening up to students of all races.
Founded in 1910 as the Natal University College in Pietermaritzburg, the University of Natal was granted independent University status in 1949 owing to its rapid growth in numbers, its wide range of courses and its achievements in and opportunities for research. By that time, the NUC was already a multi-campus institution, having been extended to Durban after World War 1.
The distinctive Howard College building was opened in 1931, following a donation by Mr T B Davis, whose son Howard Davis was killed during the Battle of Somme in World War I. In 1946, the government approved a Faculty of Agriculture in Pietermaritzburg and, in 1947, a Medical School for African, Indian and Coloured students in Durban.
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