Your admission to University of Zululand (UNIZULU) is dependent on you meeting the specific admission requirements / APS for your chosen qualification.
If you don’t meet these requirements, you may want to consider alternative qualifications or possibly, if you qualify, an extended programme (refer to the college admission requirements), enabling you to register for limited modules in your first year.
Here are the UNIZULU Admission Requirements:
Therefore, this article contains the full list of all the undergraduate and Postgraduate courses coupled with their general requirements.
For admission into programs of study at the University of Zululand, UNIZULU for any first degree or second degree, an applicant must have the following requirements for a successful admission.
UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND ADMISSION REQUIREMENT
Below is the 2019 UNIZULU admission Prospectus that contains the admission requirement needed for admission into University of Zululand, UNIZULU.
Each Faculty has its own specific requirements and prospective students are strongly advised to consult the admissions office for more information and advice on these requirements. Also see points calculation tables below to guide you on the calculation of points.
ADMISSION TO DEGREE PROGRAMMES (after 2007)
The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 (Adequate Achievement, 50-59%) or better in four subjects chosen from the following recognized
20-credit NSC subjects (which will be known as the designated subject list):
(Accounting, Agricultural Sciences, Business Studies, Dramatic Arts, Economics, Engineering Graphics and Design, Geography, History, Consumer Studies, Information Technology, Consumer Studies, Information Technology, Languages (one language of learning and teaching at a higher, education institution and two other recognized language subjects), Life Sciences, Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy, Music, Physical Sciences, Religion Studies, Visual Arts)
ADMISSION TO DEGREE PROGRAMMES (prior 2008)
An old Senior Certificate (obtained prior 2008) with an endorsement that the holder has complied with the minimum statutory matriculation requirements for admission to a bachelor’s degree study at a University in the Republic of South Africa
MATURE AGE CERTIFICATE
Applicants who do not meet the requirements in sub sections (a) and, (b) but obtained a Senior certificate/school leaving certificate from the matriculation examination or an equivalent certificate, and seek to qualify for conditional exemption, may be considered for academic programs specifying “Matric Exemption” provided that they are 23 years old and above and meet the other requirements.
FOREIGN CONDITIONAL EXEMPTION
In case of applications for “foreign” conditional exemption certificates, applicants can either apply via the University or directly to the Matriculation Board.
For detailed information, please consult the HESA-enrol website at http://www.hesa-enrol.ac.za/mb
ADMISSION TO DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES (after 2007)
The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, coupled with an achievement rating of 3 (Moderate Achievement, 40-49%) or better in four recognized NSC 20-credit subjects. In addition, applicants must have an achievement rating of 3 (40%) in Life Orientation; and an achievement rating of 3 (40%) in English as First Additional Language (FAL), or 4 (50%) in English as Home Language;
ADMISSION TO DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES (Prior 2008)
If an applicant holds a Senior Certificate with at least 5 subjects at Higher and or Standard Grade, such an applicant may be eligible to apply for a diploma program.
(Not applicable to students who wrote the new National Senior Certificate examination from 2008).
ADMISSION TO HIGHER CERTIFICATE
The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of level 2 (30% or higher) in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution and one home language as certified by the Council for General and Further Education and Training (Umalusi). In addition, applicants must have four recognized NSC 20 credit subjects. Institutional and program needs may require appropriate combinations of recognized NSC subjects and levels of achievement. For example, an institution may determine that a Higher Certificate in Marketing requires in addition to the NSC a specified level of attainment in English and an associated recognized subject.