Unisa Extends Registration And Payment Closing Date

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New and returning students who hope to register for first semester modules are still allowed to do so. Unisa has extended both the registration and payment date.


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The University of South Africa (Unisa) has extended its registration closing date for the 2022 first semester modules from 31 January to 4 February 2022. Students also have until 4 February to pay the minimum registration fee. 

Students are reminded that they may make the payment into the university account using the correct details as provided by Unisa.

This will result in the payment being allocated timeously on the side of the university and the timely finalisation of their registration.

Unisa’s payment details may be found on the university website.

Click here to view Unisa’s payment details.

Those who have paid the minimum fee but their registration has not been finalised yet may email the university with their proof of payment at [email protected]

According to the university, more than 294 000 registration have been processed, however, in most cases, the minimum fee has not been paid.

In order for the registration to be finalised the minimum fee needs to be paid correctly.

How to register at Unisa?

  1. Click here to visit the Unisa website.
  2. Select qualification.
  3. Click “Register now”.
  4. Follow the instructions to complete the registration form.


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