Unisa Extends Closing Date For Undergrad Payments

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The University of South Africa is the largest university in South Africa with over 400 000 students, with some of them being undergraduate students. The university has made an announcement that will help many undergraduate students breathe a sigh of relief.  

 


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The University of South Africa has extended the closing date for payment for undergraduate semester modules to 17 February 2022.

Students have been advised to make sure that they have the correct details of the university account when making these payments.

Payment details can be found on the Unisa website: www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo.

The university has provided its students with a variety of different payment methods. Below are the payment methods that students can make use of when making payments:

  • Debit cards
  • Credit cards
  • Unisa web credit card payments
  • Bank deposit
  • Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
  • Payments by employers/bulk payments, sponsors, bursaries, donors, and international students

In the case of electronic transfers, Unisa has made it clear that students ought to ensure that the reference field is completed correctly. 

The university doesn’t accept cash or cheques at any of its offices. 

In case you have, you are able to make your payment into the Unisa bank account at any First National Bank (FNB) branch (Unisa is already a registered beneficiary at FNB).

Should you not make your payment on time, this will affect you as a student in terms of your registration for course/s that you intend on studying this year.

Unisa recently made an announcement, it read:

If students make payments within stipulated timelines, this will result in the payment being allocated timeously on the side of the university and the timely finalisation of registration. 

If you have made your payment but your registration has not yet been finalised, please contact Unisa with your proof of payment at [email protected].


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