Unisa Extends Deadline For Students To Add Modules

Are you registered for the 2020 academic year at Unisa? Do you want to add modules for semester 2? Lucky for you, Unisa has extended the deadline for students to add modules so don't waste any time!

If you're a Unisa students registered for 2020 and you want to add modules for the second semester, be sure to do so before the deadline comes. Unisa has extended the deadline which was originally 5 August.

Unisa has stated:

Currently registered students may add additional semester 2 modules until 18 August 2020. We urge you to add any additional modules as soon as possible and not to wait until the final date.

The closing date to add modules is now Tuesday 18 August 2020.

The University has also said, "The final date of payment for registration is also 11 August 2020."

How Do I Add Modules?

  1. Log on to myUnisa
  2. Choose the myAdmin link
  3. Click on "Student Admin"
  4. Click on "Register Additional Modules".

Unisa has clarified the following, "You do not need to register these modules on the registration website – you can simply add your modules on myUnisa."

Unisa is a university which uses the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) method and in that way, students can have their own work schedule. Applying to universities will find some students asking questions and needing guidance. Unisa applications are open throughout the year, depending on the courses available.

The University is currently having an Independent Review done looking into their operations. This was ordered by the Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande. This review will look into the "mission drift" seen at Unisa. Unisa was originally meant to provide higher education to people working and then they would study part-time but now it has students who are not working and are instead studying full-time from home. This then begs the question, should Unisa be for full-time or part-time students? The task team is currently working to investigate.


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