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Unisa Prescribed Booksellers

Now, you have the list of all books required to complete your studies at UNISA. From where will you purchase them? Below is the official list of sellers for UNISA books in 2019 with contact details including physical branches where you can purchase the study materials.


Adams Booksellers (PTY) Ltd

Website: www.adamsuniversitybooks.co.za

Durban branches

  • 341 Dr Pixley Kaseme Street

Tel: (031) 319-4300

Email: btenquiries@adamsbooks.co.za

  • 33 Bertha Mkhize Street

Shop 5, Nedbank Building

Email: agu@adamsbooks.co.za



  • Musgrave Centre

Tel: (031) 319-4450

Email: musgrave@adamsbooks.co.za

Pietermaritzburg

  • 230 Church Street

Tel: (033) 394-6830

Email: pmb@adamsbooks.co.za

Book Express

Website: www.bookexpress.co.za

Johannesburg

  • 167 Perth Road, Westdene, 2192

The bookshop is located diagonally across from the main entrance of UJ Kingsway campus

Tel: (011) 726-8208/ (011) 482-8433

Mobile/WhatsApp : 084 4445158

Email: info@bookexpress.co.za

LJ Armstrong Booksellers (PTY) Ltd

Website: www.armstrongs.co.za

Email: info@armstrongs.co.za

Johannesburg CBD

  • Ground Floor, Ricci’s Place

Cnr Rissik & Commissioner Street

Tel: (011) 836-0124

Fax: 086-764-2947

Linksfield (JHB)

  • Ground Floor, Linksfield Square

111 Club Street Linksfield

Tel: (011) 485-1337

Fax: 086-242-1523

Linden (JHB)

  • 1st Floor, First Place

Cnr 1st Avenue & 6th Street

Tel: (011) 888-6129

Fax: 086-764-2891

Pro Visions Books

Website: www.provisions.co.za

Email: info@provisions.co.za

Durban

  • 27 Bram Fischer (Ordnance) Road

Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal

Telephone: (031) 337-2112

Fax: (031) 368-4500

Mobile: 083 8873113

Sherwood Books

Website: www.sherwoodbooks.co.za

Email: online@sherwoodbooks.co.za

Durban

Suite 2, 1st Floor, 1 Derby Place,

Westville, Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal

Telephone: (031) 266-9830

Fax: (031) 266-8938

Mobile: 076 666 3100

Van Schaik Bookstores

Website: www.vanschaik.com

Email: vsorders@vanschaik.com

Contact Centre: 0800 118882 or 012 366-5400

Cape Town

  • 22 Long Str, Shop No. 1, Cnr Strand & Long Str.

Tel: (021) 418-0202

  • Shop 120, Parow Centre, Voortrekker Rd.

Tel: (021) 930-2480

  • 26 Main Rd., Rondebosch

Tel: (021) 689-4112

  • Langenhoven Centre, Univ. of Stellenbosch

Tel: (021) 887-2830

Johannesburg

  • Braamfontein Centre, Jorrisen Str.

Tel: (011) 339-1711

  • Shop 1, Plot 28562, Cnr Rondebult & North

Rand Rd., East Rand

Tel: (011) 826-2045

  • 144 Peter Rd., Ruimsig, Roodepoort

Tel: (011) 958-1349

  • Shop 242, Maponya Mall, Old Potch Rd.,

Klipspruit, Ext. 5

Tel: (011) 938-3460/3462

Durban

  • Shop 3, Momemtum House, Cnr Stanger Str.

(Stalwart Simelane) & Ordnance Rd.

(Bram Fischer)

Tel: (031) 332-2009 / 2049

  • Shop no 4, Burleigh Court, 668 Umbilo Rd.

Tel: (031) 101-3080

  • Shop 312, Kwamnyandu Shopping Centre,

Griffiths Mxenge Highway

Tel: (031) 906-0025/0027

Pretoria

  • Shop 1, 235 Church Str.

Tel: (012) 321-2443

Protea Hotel Building, Cnr Burnett & Festival

Telephone: (012) 362-5701/5669

Newcastle

  • Shop 2, Republic Building, 78 Scott Str.

Telelephone: (034) 312-6359

Pietermaritzburg

  • UKZN PMB Campus, Golf Rd., Scottsville

Tel: (033) 386-9308/9

Polokwane

  • 49B Schoeman Str.

Tel: (015) 295-9040/9090

  • Shop 4B, Turfloop Plaza, 697 Zone A,

University Str., Mankweng

Tel: (015) 267-8279/8294

Kwadlengezwa

  • Univ. of Zululand, KwaDlangezwa campus,

Building Basement, kwaDlengezwa Reserve

Tel: (035) 902-6103

Kimberley

  • Old Legislature Building, Chapel Str.,

Room EG1-EG3

Tel: (053) 832-7066

Rustenburg

  • 137 Beyers Naude Str.

Tel: (014) 592-9915

Bloemfontein

  • Shop 19, Student Centre, UFS

Tel: (051) 444-3048

  • 9 Park Rd., Willows

Tel: (051) 447-6685

Mafikeng

  • Student Centre Building, 1090

Dr Albert Lithuli Dr., NWU, Mmabatho

Tel: (018) 389-2567

Botswana

  • Shop 1, Plot 28562, Samora Machel Dr.

Motor Centre Fairgrounds, Gabarone

Tel: (00267) 395-7131 (within Botswana)

Tel: (087) 195-0142 (From SA – toll free)

Swaazziland

  • Univ. of Swaziland, Kwaluseni Campus

Kwaluseni M201

Tel: (00268) 2518-8519/8513

East London

  • 31 B Caxton House, 35 Terminus Str.

Tel: (043) 722-5926/34

Port Elizabeth

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  • NMMU, Sanlam Student Village, University

Summerstrand

Tel: (041) 583-3171

Nelspruit

  • Shop 52, The Promenade

Tel: (013) 752-7623/7860

Potchefstroom

  • Cachetpark Centre, Steve Biko Ave.

Tel: (018) 294-8875

Daveyton (VUT)

  • Training room No. 3, Library Building,

Cnr Brazil Rd. & R51 (Putfontein Rd.)

Tel: (087) 285-0594

Mthatha

  • Mthatha Plaza, Shop 60, 35 Nelson

Mandela Drive

Tel: (047) 531-4902/4894

Vanderbijlpark

  • North West Univ. Grounds, Building No. 4

Hendrik van Eck Boulevard

Tel: (087) 287 4047

Grahamstown

  • 129 High Street

Tel: (046) 622-3549/3573

Venda

  • Shop A14, Venda Plaza, Cnr Main & Casino

Boulevard, Thohoyondou

Tel: (087) 285-2167 / 2169

Namibia

  • Univ. of Namibia (UNAM), 340 Mandume

Ndemufayo Ave., Pionierspark, Windhoek

Tel: (00264) 61 206-3364

Takealot.com

Website: www.takealot.com

Email: info@takealot.com

Tel: 0878205058

Way Forward Logistical Solutions

Website: www.wayforwardbooks.co.za

Email: info@wayforwardsa.co.za

Mafikeng

  • No 8, Student Centre Building A8

1090 Albert Luthuli Drive

North West University, Mmabatho

Tel (018) 389-2906

Fax 086 599 2198

Mobile 083 5451016

Potchefstroom

  • No 9, Classic Square

Cnr Steve Biko & Borcherd Street

Bult, Potchefstroom

Tel: (018) 294-3639

Fax: 086 599 2198

Mobile: 083 2976113

UNISA e-bookshop

In this digital era where students do not require hard copy books, you may be wondering if it is possible to get soft copies of UNISA prescribed books. Aside from the above official sellers, UNISA has an e-bookshopthat helps in securing soft copies for the prescribed books at an affordable cost. Here, learners with valid student numbers are the only ones who are allowed to advertise bookshop items that can be purchased by other students.

Where can I download free UNISA textbooks? In some cases, you will be lucky to get free downloadable study materials. How do I download Unisa textbooks? Here are simple steps to follow:

  • Visit the UNISA online library website.
  • Click on e-resources, and when redirected, accept the terms and conditions.
  • Next, select e-books and then choose the book you want by clicking on its title. You will be redirected tomyUnisa login page where you should enter your valid student number as the username followed by the password.

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  • Follow the instructions when you log in to download your book.

You may opt for OLX UNISA textbooks, but note that you should be careful to avoid being scammed.

There you go! With the detailed list of UNISA prescribed books prices and sellers, you are now in the know and have an idea of what to expect. You can contact the institution for further details with regards to their learning materials. Happy learning!

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Download University of Johannesburg (UJ) Prospectus

Download University of Johannesburg (UJ) Prospectus

The University of Johannesburg offers internationally respected and accepted certificates, diplomas and degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

With over 200 undergraduate programmes to choose from, you can take your pick. These programmes are offered in the following eight faculties*:

APPLICATION PROCESS PAPER APPLICATIONS

Step 1: Select your qualification study choices 1 and 2. (Ensure you meet the admission requirements as set out in this prospectus.)

Step 2: Complete the academic application form with a payment of R200 for a paper application (no payment required for online application).

Step 3: Once you have submitted your application, please allow for three weeks before checking on the status of your application. If your application meets the necessary requirements and there is space in your selected programme, you will be informed on whether your application has been successful or not. Please note that all official communication will be sent via email.

You may also go to the UJ website to check your application status using your ID or student number. NB: If you receive a conditional acceptance letter, your matric results will determine final admission into the programme you have applied for. Only then will you be allowed to register.

Download The University of Johannesburg (UJ) Prospectus Here

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Unisa Registration Deadline Extended

The University of South Africa (Unisa) has extended its registration deadline for undergraduate programmes to Thursday, January 31, 2019.

This will allow the institution to continue making offers, based on the availability of space, to thousands of student hopefuls.

While the process has frustrated many students, the university said it was doing all it could to ensure that those who had applied were offered places.

“We are now processing all those [new] applications, and we have now extended the deadline to Thursday the 31st. What is going to happen between now and then is that offers will be made to students within the context of the space available,” Unisa spokesperson Martin Ramotshela said. 

Ramotshela said the university initially targeted 380 000 enrolments for the 2019 academic plan, but received more than 500 000 applications. 

“We will make offers as we process them (the applications). In fact, we are very close to the number. We make offers as we process the applications and when we reach the target, we close. No one is on a waiting list, you are just an applicant,” he said. 

Ramotshela urged students to register as soon as possible and not to wait for the deadline.

He added that the academic programme for the year, including the submission of assignments and examinations, remained unchanged.

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How to Register and Apply at UNISA

List of Courses Offered by UNISA

How to Pass UNISA Examinations

Download Unisa Prospectus

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What is an Online Degree

How to Manage Study Stress

How to Deal with Tiredness When Studying

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What is an Online Degree

What is an Online Degree

In this article we’ll look at how online degrees work, what you should look for if you are pursuing a degree via the online option, and what employers think of online degrees.

As more and more people get online degrees and use them in the workforce, HR managers and hiring managers will begin to feel more secure about the quality of education these people have. If the studies that were done by Thomas L. Russell and John Losak — showing the quality of online education to be as good as or better than that of traditional education — hold up on a larger scale, then the future of getting jobs and advancements based on online degrees will be bright.

Until then, choose schools carefully, and check for accreditation and strong programs. When you’ve completed the degree, go to job interviews armed with information to counter any questions about the quality or validity of your degree. Make sure the interviewer knows how you achieved the degree, how you worked it into a busy schedule, how you overcame any obstacles. It will show a self-motivation and discipline that may be just the qualities the company is looking for.

With a computer, an Internet connection and a little self-discipline, you can earn a degree from home, work, or anywhere else for that matter. Online degree programs follow much the same routines as traditional learning, with a few twists. There are lectures, but they won’t be in person. There are assignments, but you won’t hand them to your instructor. There are exams, but you won’t be able to look at your neighbor’s paper. There may be a set time that “class” begins, but you don’t have to be there then. In most situations, you are free to “go to class” when it fits your schedule. If you get a phone call during class, you don’t have to miss anything. If you get sick, you don’t have to ask for someone’s notes, you just visit the lecture later.

You’ll communicate with your instructor by e-mail, chat rooms, bulletin boards, and instant messaging. Your classroom will live in a special software program that uses text chat and bulletin boards, as well as streaming audio or recorded lectures. You may be put into a virtual workgroup with other students and be required to solve a problem. You may have to work through interactive puzzles and quizzes. Contrary to popular belief, you will have contact with other students and the instructor.

How are students evaluated?

Earning a degree should mean just that — earning it. If students aren’t assessed properly and degrees are handed out with little or no verification that any knowledge has been transferred from the instructor to the student, then how can the program be rated? Students, particularly adult students, learn more by doing than by simply listening. For this reason, it is important to ensure that part of the program involves applying what has been learned.

Source: HowStuffWorks

More topics on this website

What is an Online Degree

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UJ Online Diploma and Degrees

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How to Register and Apply at UNISA

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How to Pass UNISA Examinations

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How to Get a Degree at UNISA Studying from Home

How to Get a Degree at UNISA Studying from Home

 

Unisa is a great way to obtain any form of qualification to improve your job opportunity and worth to a company. It doesn’t hinder your lifestyle too much and is easy on the pocket compared to other universities and institutions. Expanding your education is never a bad idea. Do some research and find a course that suits you. You’re never too old and it’s never too late to study.

I’m sure most of you have heard about the University of South Africa, more commonly known as Unisa. Unisa has grown in popularity over the past couple of years and has become the top choice for the working class. They offer internationally recognised degrees, diplomas and certificates. All of which are offered as distance learning courses.
Who is Unisa?

Unisa is a distance learning institution. They have campuses and examination centres situated across South Africa, Africa and some examination centres in major cities across the globe. They offer a variety of courses. These courses are generally more theoretical and don’t have a practical aspect to it. Which means that some science and human life science courses would not be offered. A very popular practical course that they do offer is education. Click here to view their faculties and courses that they offer.
Why pick Unisa?

Unisa is perfect for any person who wants to work while studying and for those who can’t afford the high cost of studying full time at a university of private institution. You can work from the comfort of your home and in your own time. You can choose to study full time or part time. If you choose part time, you will be given a certain number of years to complete your degree. The amount of time you get depends on the length of the course that you choose. Go to University of South Africa Website.

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