JOHANNESBURG – Unisa has increased its fees by 6 percent for the 2017 academic year.
The university said it took into consideration the recent #FeesMustFall protests.
It acknowledged the difficulty of identifying the missing middle and has made provisions to support students registering for studies next year.
For undergraduates, there be a differentiated increase ranging from R40 to R80 per module.
Honours students will pay R200, up from R65 per module.
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Postgraduate students who choose to receive materials electronically will receive a further 5 percent to 10 percent discount.
Unisa Council has also budgeted R99-million financial support for registered South African students who do not qualify for NASFAS funding.