Unisa Confirms Deadline For Course First Payments

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Students at Unisa are required to pay a minimum fee for the course they wish to study. Unisa announced the due date for these payments.


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The University of South Africa (Unisa) stated that students who wish to enrol in Masters’ and Doctoral programs for the upcoming academic year need to pay their minimum fees. This is as the due date is less than a month away. 

Unisa announced that “all M&D students (new and returning students) must register online and pay the minimum fee for the 2022 academic year before the closing date of 30 April 2022”.

These payments may be done online via the Unisa website.

Students may register online by clicking here.

Students may contact the university with their proof of payment at [email protected] if they have made the payment but their registration has not yet been finalised.

Click here for more information.


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