Unisa 2021 Registration Closes Soon

Unisa will close their registration for 2021 in a few days. Due to Unisa extending their registration, they've also extended their payment dates. Read further to find out more.

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Unisa's registration will close on 26 March which is very close so be sure to register now before it's too late, if you haven't already.

The University released a statement which said:

Unisa will have only one registration period for the 2021 academic year, which means that you must register for all your modules for 2021 (semester 1 and 2 modules, pre-requisites, co-requisites, follow-on modules and year modules) before the closing date of 26 March 2021.

To know more about Unisa registrations, click here.

Due to Unisa extending their registration for a further two weeks, they the had to extend the closing dates for payments.

These are the new payment dates for student fees for undergraduate qualifications, honours degrees and postgraduate diplomas:

unisa payment dates

If you need to come to any Unisa office, you will first need to make a booking in advance. No student will be allowed access to any campus without a booking a space or completing the Health Check App.

Unisa students are urged to not book to visit a campus or building if you do not plan to visit it. 

Students arriving at Unisa premises must ensure that they have completed the health check application at https://healthcheck.higherhealth.ac.za/ and that they wear a mask at all times on Unisa premises.

You can view the Unisa announcement on registrations and payments here.

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