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UKZN and DUT are in High Demand for Space



UKZN and DUT are in High Demand for Space

UKZN and DUT are in High Demand for Space. The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) and the Durban University of Technology (DUT) are experiencing an unprecedented surge in applications for the upcoming academic year. With more than 160,000 hopeful students vying for only 9,000 available spots for first-year students at UKZN, the competition is fierce. This overwhelming number of applications effectively eliminates any possibility of walk-in admissions, underscoring the intense demand for higher education at these institutions.

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