What Are The Benefits of Studying At Unisa
The University of South Africa better known to many by its acronym Unisa is one of South Africa's biggest university. It is also the largest Open Distance Learn And below here are some of the benefits that come with studying through the university.
`Unisa is South Africa's largest open distance learning University, with their student population growing each and every year. However, what are the benefits of studying at Unisa?
Well first and foremost, you study according to your own pre-determined schedule. Unlike being enrolled at a full-time university being a student at Unisa allows you to study while you work.
Unisa provides various facilities and services to cater for its diverse student population. This includes lecturers, e-tutors, counsellors as well as the Unisa Library.
Additionally, each Unisa tutorial letter 101 has a list of prescribed books and recommended readings for students. Alternately, you can enter the required study unit codes onto the Prescribed Books page to view your prescribed material.
According to the university's website, Unisa has six regional centres across South Africa. However, its main administrative functions are based in the province of Gauteng. The university also boasts an academic centre in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The university has campuses in Gauteng, located in Johannesburg and Pretoria. All campuses are within easy reach of the OR Tambo and Lanseria international airports.
Unisa has a wide variety of study disciplines that includes the humanities, business and management, law and criminal justice, agriculture and environmental sciences, and science, engineering and technology.
Unisa also offers an unparalleled range of study choices, ranging from short courses and certificate programmes to three-and four-year degrees and diplomas, and doctorates.
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