Here's When Unisa Will Open Semester 2 Registrations

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If you are looking to register at the University of South Africa (Unisa) for Semester 2, here’s when the university will be opening their registrations.


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Registrations for Semester 2 at the University of South Africa (Unisa) are set to open on 20 June 2022 and will run until 18 July 2022.

The registration deadlines for the various qualifications offered at Unisa are as follows: 

Undergraduate qualifications

20 June – 18 July 2022

Honours degrees and Postgraduate diplomas (Only Semester 2 modules excluding CAS programmes)

20 June – 18 July 2022

Masters and doctoral qualifications ( Only Semester 2 modules, MBA and MBL only)

20 June – 18 July 2022

Visit: https://t.co/JATrZYItHp to register your for your second semester modules.

All registrations will take place online, with exception to certain students obtaining Master’s and doctoral degrees.

Students are urged to take note of when they are required to make the minimum and final payments in order for their registration to be finalised.

The myLife e-mail account will be the only e-mail account which Unisa will use to communicate with students, thus it is essential that this e-mail is activated so that students can receive updates on registration from the university.


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