Unisa Registration and Funds Update

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Unisa has issued an update about registration finalisation and the allocation of funds/fees.

Students are advised to reference their payments as indicated on the payment website to ensure that their fees are allocated automatically. 

Unisa Payment Information

Unisa now banks with First National Bank (FNB). Should you need to make payments at a FNB,  please refer to the following sample deposit slip.

Bank Name:                FNB (First National Bank)

Account Name:           UNISA Students Deposits

Account Number:        Select Unisa on the list of pre-approved Public Beneficiaries

Reference:                  Student Number, Space, 5400374721 (Study Fees Allocation Number)

                                   (Your 8-digit student number)

For payment queries, please send an email to [email protected]

This mailbox will be monitored on a daily basis until 31 March 2020.


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