After applying to the University of Kwazulu Natal and haven’t heard from them yet? Well, panic not as there is a precise way to track your application status with UKZN.
How Long Does It take To Check Your Application Status
The University has made it clear that it takes a while for all applications to be verified. Feedback on the application may be received six to eight weeks after the closing date of the application. This means that you will be able to check the application status after six weeks of the application deadline.
How To Check University Of Kwazulu Natal Application Status
As a way to ease the burden of students, we have a step-by-step breakdown as to how an applicant can track his/her application status with the University of Kwazulu Natal.
Below are steps to track your application status..
1. To track your University of Kwazulu Natal application first an applicant must visit https://caocheck.ukzn.ac.za/Start.aspx
2. Select the year you made your application (Example 2021, 2022, etc)
3. Choose between the following credentials that are CAO, UKZN Student, ID, or Passport Number, any of them, and enter the details.
4. Click on ‘CHECK’ to know your status.
With UKZN, after checking your application status, words like Firm offer, Pending statuses, and Regret status are the three likely words to be seen through most applicants who end up getting a firm offer.
Here is a breakdown of such words and what they are meant for as far as application status is concerned.
1. FIRM OFFER
This application status word simply means you have been accepted to the University of Kwazulu Natal.
Firm Offer comes in three folds:
Offer without residence or funding
Offer with residence
Offer without funding
2. PENDING STATUS
When this happens, tracking your application simply means the University is yet to make a decision about your application. Most cases you are being told to add more documentation to your application.
3. REGRET STATUS
This is what most students wish not to see when after applying to study at the University of Kwazulu Natal UZKN. Mostly when this message appears then it means an applicant’s documents couldn’t match up the admission requirements. Sometimes too it could be the choice of the program as maybe many who pick such a program had better documents.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal has made available the prospectus for viewing, downloading, and printing.