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Download Unisa Prospectus

Download Unisa Prospectus


 

If you’re new to Unisa, welcome. We hope that your
journey with us will be both exciting and rewarding.
To our returning students, welcome back. You already
know what you’re in for. What you may not know is
that Unisa is changing. We’ve implemented a whole lot
of new processes, procedures and features, all designed
to make your distance learning experience better.

 

You may also like to read 

How to Register and Apply at UNISA

List of Courses Offered by UNISA

How to Pass UNISA Examinations

 

This brochure has all the tips and information you need to
succeed at distance learning and, specifically, at Unisa.
Think of it as a survival kit, complete with map, instructions,
advice and a list of tools. Just follow the map, read the
instructions, take the advice and use the tools.
If you’re self-motivated, if you have independent study skills,
if you have the “right stuff”, so to speak, you should do fne.
The Unisa system is designed to help you. Follow that
system, adapt it to suit you and pretty soon you’ll be flying.

 

Download the Prospectus here

 

Learn more about Unisa

You may also like to read 

How to Register and Apply at UNISA

List of Courses Offered by UNISA

How to Pass UNISA Examinations

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Unisa Stike Ends as the Parties find Common Grounds

Unisa Stike Ends as the Parties find Common Grounds

 

The University of South Africa (Unisa) and its student representative council (SRC) reached an agreement on Saturday that will see the student strike called off with immediate effect and operations at the university resuming by Monday, the university said.

 

“The agreement came as a result of the breakthrough made by the parties during negotiations within the university; as well as constructive engagement by the parties with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET; focusing on the registration challenges at Unisa, which included accreditation, enrolment planning, provision of laptops and other matters,” Unisa said in a statement.

 

Additional 25,000 spaces for students who had applied

 

“As Unisa, we welcome this agreement and we are pleased that the operations of the university will return to normal; and that thousands of our people who aspire to acquire an education and better their lives; will be afforded the opportunity access Unisa – a university that plays a leading role in the higher education sector in the country and on the continent. This breakthrough also demonstrates how crucial dialogue is in efforts to find solutions. Notwithstanding this agreement, we still urge students to register online unless it is absolutely necessary to visit a Unisa Service Centre,” said Unisa principal and vice chancellor Professor Mandla Makhanya.

 

The high court in Pretoria on Friday granted the university an interdict against students who had been protesting since Monday.

In terms of the agreement reached on Saturday, Unisa said it had agreed to consider an additional 25,000 spaces for students who had applied for the first semester of 2019 and who qualified.

In response to a demand by students that the NSFAS accord all benefits to Unisa beneficiaries, the university said that plans were in place to engage with NSFAS on the matter.

 

Source: Timeslive

 

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Unisa obtained a Court Interdict Against Striking Students

Unisa obtained a Court Interdict Against Striking Students

 

The University of South Africa (Unisa) approached the Gauteng Division of the High Court of South Africa to seek an interdict against the students who have been on strike since Monday, 07 January 2019.

 

The matter was heard by the court on Friday, 11 January 2019, and the interdict has been granted to the university.

The university decided to approach the court to obtain this interdict in order to ensure that it brings to an end the disruptive effect of the student strike to its operations, including denying staff and students access to the premises of the university for purpose of work and/or receiving services on registration and related matters.

The full court interdict is attached here for your ease of reference.

 

Here is a Unisa notice on Twitter:

Notice: Unisa obtains court interdict against striking students. Read more > Please note that the Sunnyside Campus will be open for registration tomorrow (Saturday 12 January 2019) from 08:00-11:30.

 

Source: Unisa

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UNISA 2019 Registrations Open

UNISA 2019 Registrations Open

 

Unisa opened registrations for the 2019 academic year on 3 January 2019. Since the start of registrations, Unisa has registered 74 122 students (complete and temporary registrations).

 

Some student bodies commenced with protest action on 7 January 2019, which has impacted on the operations of the university. While the university acknowledges the right of individuals to strike, the university is open to assisting students the best way it can, including continued engagements.

All first-time students and re-registering Unisa students must register online. No self-help registrations or other assisted registrations can currently be completed at Unisa regional offices, including the Sunnyside and Science Campuses: www.unisa.ac.za/register

Unisa’s online registration process is quick, simple and accurate. When registering online, you’ll be prompted when information is missing or incorrect, helping you to ensure that you include all the necessary information when submitting your registration form. You’ll also avoid having to find parking and the potentially long queues at Unisa regional offices.

If you require assistance with your online registration, please contact a Unisa regional office or the Unisa centralised toll-free number: 0800 001 870

Useful links for Unisa students:

Source: Unisa

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How to Apply and Register at Unisa

How to Apply and Register at Unisa

Here are brief details on how you cam apply to study at Unisa in 2019.

UNISA courses and fees 2019

The fees charged for the courses offered by UNISA is much lower than other educational institutions. The fees charged depends on your qualifications and the number of modules you have chosen. The average fees that you will pay for between four and six modules will between *R1 470,00 and *R3 800,00 per module. You should understand that the module costs are not inclusive of prescribed books. Therefore, you should factor in the costs of the books in your calculation of the total costs of the study. UNISA short courses fees will be charged just like other courses.

More useful links about Unisa

How to Register and Apply at UNISA

List of Courses Offered by UNISA

How to Pass UNISA Examinations

Download Unisa Prospectus

Courses That UNISA Offers

How to Get a Degree at UNISA Studying from Home

How To Pass UNISA Supplementary Examinations

Plan Your UNISA Studies: 7 Tips to Consider

UNISA Council Bursary for 2018

How to Make Quick Revision Before Going to Write Exams

What is an Online Degree

How to Manage Study Stress

How to Deal with Tiredness When Studying

Bridging courses at UNISA

You may want to start with a Bachelors degree, but you do not have a good matric certificate or you do not meet the entry requirements. The only way you can achieve this is by using the lower level qualifications as a bridging course. You should look at the certificate and diploma programmes that are related to the degree program.

bridging courses at unisa unisa courses and requirements

Entry requirements

Your admission to UNISA depends on meeting various admission requirements for the chosen qualification. If you can’t meet the requirements, you should consider another alternative. Review the general requirements for all the courses you are interested in before making a decision.

More useful links about Unisa

How to Register and Apply at UNISA

List of Courses Offered by UNISA

How to Pass UNISA Examinations

Download Unisa Prospectus

Courses That UNISA Offers

How to Get a Degree at UNISA Studying from Home

How To Pass UNISA Supplementary Examinations

Plan Your UNISA Studies: 7 Tips to Consider

UNISA Council Bursary for 2018

How to Make Quick Revision Before Going to Write Exams

What is an Online Degree

How to Manage Study Stress

How to Deal with Tiredness When Studying

How to apply

You can apply for admission through either hardcopy or online using the UNISA application website. After the application closing date, no documents will be accepted. Once you have received a student number from UNISA, you need to pay an application which is non-refundable. You will pay R105 for online applications and R160 for hard copy applications. For banking details visit www.UNISA.ac.za/paymentinfo.

Contact information

Telephone: 012 429 3111

Email: infoservices@UNISA.ac.za

UNISA has more to offer apart from the academic programs. All the students are provided with the same opportunities by the institution. UNISA courses are competitive in the market which provides you with important skills and knowledge relevant in the job market. With UNISA, you can manage to work and at the same time continue with your studies. Choose the course you would like to pursue from the above UNISA courses list and achieve your academic dreams from home or at work. Enroll with us now to receive the best education and training.

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