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Virtual Open Day 2022


The UKZN Open Week is your chance to learn about any undergraduate study option at the Premier University of African Scholarship. This event offers an exciting opportunity to explore all the academic programs and get a feel for the different opportunities available at UKZN. The annual UKZN Open Day is aimed at high school learners in Grades 10, 11, and 12, their families, and teachers.

At UKZN, we pride ourselves on our innovative multidisciplinary undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that are available for you to choose from. These are programmes that will broaden your perspectives, foster capacity for independent critical thinking, and expand your spectrum of knowledge.

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