Unisa's Short Learning Programmes
Are you interested in studying an online short course from home or while you work? Keep reading to find out how you can apply.
Unisa's Short Learning Programmes (SLPs) focus on "just in time" and "just enough" learning to meet a specific learning need to be identified by individuals, organisations or society at large.
SLPs are offered by centres located within the different academic departments of colleges. Programme content and contact details are contained in each programme. You may also direct enquiries to email@example.com.
The following faculties offer short courses:
- Accounting Sciences
- Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
- Economic and Management Sciences
- Human Sciences
- Science, Engineering and Technology
- Other, Administration and Professional
Centre for lifelong learning is a centre of excellence in short learning programmes.
Application & registration:
- Semester modules: 2 November 2020 - 29 January 2021
- Year modules: 2 November 2020 - 26 February 2021
You can apply online only for selected Short Learning Programmes.
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