UKZN Gives Students Final Withdrawal Date

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Enrolling at a university will often require a four-year commitment of time, dedication and a significant amount of money. However, not every student will go on to complete the courses they enrolled in.

 


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This can be due to several factors including financial challenges, familial commitments, work commitments, inadequate academic support or the realisation that the course you chose is simply not suitable for you. 

The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UZKN) has announced the final date for withdrawal for students. This applies to students who want to withdraw from the institution during the first semester. 

UKZN said, “The University advises that the final date for withdrawal from the University has been extended to 16h00 on Friday, 29 April 2022”. 

UKZN was formed in 2004, following the merge of the University of Durban-Westville and the University of Natal. This allowed the history of both institutions to be retained. The university has five campuses located in the province.

Here are the different UKZN campuses:

  • Edgewood
  • Howard College
  • Medical School
  • Pietermaritzburg
  • Westville

Visit The Careers Portal’s UKZN page to keep up with all the latest news relating to the KZN institution. 

 

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