How To Contact Unisa For Student Assistance


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Unisa has introduced one number for all student enquiries. With the start of the new year, registrations, applications as well as some changes, help is definitely going to be needed.

Unisa Contact Details study-info @unisa.ac.za

Are you a Unisa student needing assistance? Lucky for you, Unisa has now opened up a number for all student enquiries. 

Here's a full guide on how to contact Unisa should you need any assistance.

Should you need help, you can call 0800 00 1870. This number will be open from Monday – Friday: 08:00 – 19:00 and Saturdays: 08:00 – 14:00.

Student Admissions and Registrations

General applications and registration queries

Postgraduate diplomas and Honours degrees

Master's and doctoral qualifications

College of Accounting Sciences

College of Economic and Management Science

College of Education

College of Human Sciences

College of Law

College of Science, Engineering & Technology

College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences

International students

Exemptions

Access and matriculation exemption

Re-admissions

General resources: websites, and general SMS, fax and e-mail enquiries

A number of administrative processes, including the convenience of fee payments and information about examinations are available on the following platforms.

Unisa Enquiries Contact Details Contact Number

  • All application, registration and study-related information is available on the Unisa corporate website in both web and mobi formats.
  • The myUnisa website.
  •  Fax enquiries to 012 429 4150

Information Services Division - Unisa Help Line

This is for Student misdirected enquiries and FAQs. 

myUnisa & myLife - Unisa Student Number Enquiry

If you have questions about myUnisa:

If you have questions about myLife:

Student Assessment Administration - Unisa Email Address

For General assignment enquiries

For Student enquiries in respect of examination venues and examination invigilators

Assignment Administration

For General assignment enquiries

  • Email [email protected]
  • Telephone 012 429 3710 / 012 429 3958 / 011 471 3170 / 011 471 2764

Examination Administration

For examinations:

For Examination Venue and Invigilation Administration:

Faculties and Departments of Unisa Contact Number Enquiry

College of Accounting Sciences

College of Human Sciences

  • Telephone 012 429 3309 (Deliwe Mualefe)
  • Telephone 012 429 6187 (Nthabiseng Ledwaba)
  • Telephone 012 429 2251 (Carol Bafedi)
  • Telephone 012 429 8585 (Bombeleni Makamu)

College of Education

  • Telephone 012 429 3309 (Deliwe Mualefe)
  • Telephone 012 429 6187 (Nthabiseng Ledwaba)
  • Telephone 012 429 2251 (Carol Bafedi)
  • Telephone 012 429 8585 (Bombeleni Makamu)

College of Economics & Management Sciences

  • Telephone 012 429 3649 (Tsheko Mogapi)
  • Telephone 012 429 2422 (Tinyiko Mojadibe) 
  • Telephone 012 429 2296 (Thabo Mmako)
  • Telephone 012 429 4347 (Virginia Selabe)

College of Law

College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences

College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Finance, Student Funding, Eduloan, Study Material, Corporate Communication & Marketing

Debtors

For student account enquiries:

Student Funding

For General Student Funding enquiries:

Study Material Despatch

Depatch Enquiries Supervisors

All college-specific enquiries

College of Accounting Sciences

College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences

College of Economic & Management Sciences

College of Education

College of Human Sciences

College of Law

College of Science, Engineering & Technology 

College of Graduate Studies

Graduate School of Business Leadership

To view regional centre contact numbers, visit the Unisa website.

 

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If you're a Unisa student with queries, keep reading to find out how you can contact them as they receive high volumes of enquiries. 







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