Welcome to the School of Life Sciences
 Life Sciences
The School of Life Sciences, which is located on the Pietermaritzburg and Westville campuses, is one of five schools in the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science.

The School’s cutting edge laboratories and research equipment compare favourably with the best in the world. Caring and enthusiastic lecturers ensure that students emerge highly employable, with a rich university experience and a first class degree in the Life Sciences to their name. 

This field of study encompasses all human, plant and animal life – ranging from microscopic germs to elephants and everything in between.
Disciplines/ Areas of specialisation 

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Latest News
Hassle free Registration on all UKZN Campuses
Hassle free Registration on all UKZN Campuses
Registration began on all UKZN campuses this week with the University welcoming new and returning students to the 2018 academic year.
Life Sciences Research Benefits from Ford Wildlife Foundation Rese...
Life Sciences Research Benefits from Ford Wildlife Foundation Rese...
Professor Colleen Downs, from the School of Life Sciences, Pietermaritzburg, and her research team received a Ford Ranger from the Ford Wildlife Foundation (FWF) in December 2017
UKZN Students Welcomed at Orientation 2018
UKZN Students Welcomed at Orientation 2018
The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s 2018 Orientation events, recently held on all five campuses, saw large crowds of excited students attend, eager to learn about what the University had to offer.
Latest Events
Life Sciences Career Day
 

  • 14 September 2018
  • 09:00 - 13:00
  • Main hall (WST)

PMB campus
PMB campus
Physical
Life Sciences Campus
Carbis Road
Scottsville

Postal
Private BagX 01
Scottsville
3209

 WST campus
Westville campus
Physical
University Road
Westville
4000


Postal
Private Bag X54001
Durban
4000

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