Unisa Students Urged To Pay Fees For Semester 2 Registrations

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Semester two registrations are currently active and underway at the University of Africa (Unisa). Thus, the university has appealed to all registering self-funded students to ensure that their payments are up to date to ensure that their registration process is without any hassles. 
 


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Semester 2 registrations are currently underway at the University of South Africa opened them this past week. The higher learning institution is calling on all of its participating self-funded students to pay their minimum registration fee.

The university says that this will enable them to activate the student’s registration for the second semester of the 2022 academic year. 

This is a reminder for self-paying students with modules that are temporarily registered (TP), to pay your minimum registration fee for Unisa to activate your registration for the second semester of the 2022 academic year.

For further information on how to make their payments as well as view banking information, Unisa has advised students to visit: www.Unisa.ac.za/payment info   

Students have also been urged to provide their proof of payment to [email protected] if they have previously made payments but found that they have not yet appeared on their student accounts.

Students can also visit the registration website for the closing dates for registration and minimum payments: http://www.unisa.ac.za/register  

Unisa announced the opening of their semester two registrations for the 2022 academic year on Monday 20 June 2022. Opening and closing dates relating to each qualification criteria are arranged as follows. 

Undergraduate qualifications: Open from 20 June and will close on 18 July 2022. Honours degrees and postgraduate diplomas: Open on 20 June and close on 18 July 2022 for only semester two modules, excluding CAS programmes.

Masters and doctoral qualifications: Only Semester 2 Modules will be open from 20 June only to close on 18 July 2022 for MBA and MBL only.   
 


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