University of South Africa UNISA
The University of South Africa (UNISA) is located in Pretoria. They have close to 400 000 students currently enrolled from across South Africa, Africa and the world. The UNISA website states that UNISA is South Africa's most productive University. Their website also claims that close to 50 000 students recieve certificates, degrees and diplomas annually.
- Accounting Sciences
- Economic and Management Sciences
- Graduate Sciences
- Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
- Human Sciences
- Science, Engineering and Technology
- Business Leadership
UNISA has 2 campuses, main campus and Sunnyside campus. Sunnyside campus is where applications, registrations and learning centre are located.
Fees are dependent on the modules taken. Students take between 4 to 6 modules and modules costs range from R1 570,00 and R4 550,00 per module. For more information on fees consult the website.
Applications can be filled out online or collected from the admissions office.
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