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The exam period at any university can be quite a stressful time, however, when there are technical difficulties during exams, feelings of anxiety can increase greatly. After experiencing technical difficulties during the exams, Unisa apologised to students for the inconvenience caused.


Unisa will be using the Moodle Proctoring, the Invigilator App and IRIS proctoring tool. Here is how to use these proctoring tools.


The University of South Africa (Unisa) has profiles for each of its students. This profile mainly has the personal details of each student.

 


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.


Recently, Unisa students drew up online petitions against their institution. The university has come up with solutions in response to complaints brought forward by students.

 


Unhappy students at the University of South Africa (Unisa) have drawn up a petition against their institution. Student representatives are engaging with the institution to address the matter at hand.

 


Unisa is one university that has been operating online, long before the Covid-19 pandemic. The university has upgraded one of its portals, and this is will benefit many students but also create a bump for some.


Unisa students concluded their postgraduate and supplementary examinations in the previous month. However, things did not run smoothly, as there had been a few glitches that negatively impacted students.

 


Some students have found themselves struggling to register for their next qualification after not receiving confirmation that they have completed their previous one. Unisa has come forward to explain recent developments in qualification audits. 

 


The University of South Africa (Unisa) is a mega university that uses various forms of communication platforms for its students to keep in touch. One of those platforms has been badly impacted and this directly affects students.

 


Annually, close to 50 000 students obtain certificates, diplomas, and degrees from Unisa. Things have been a bit rocky at the mega-university as students are experiencing challenges that could lead to them not continuing with their studies.

 


Recently, the University of South Africa (Unisa) released a statement announcing that the university’s registrations are being extended. Unisa is the biggest distance learning institution in the country.


The University of South Africa has a list of postgraduate courses that you can choose from once you have passed your undergraduate degree. The applications process is quick and easy.

 


The registration process in institutions of higher education has transitioned to being paperless, simple, and quicker over the years. If you are a Unisa student, it’s best that you skip queues by registering online.


If you missed out on a chance to apply for a post-grad qualifications at Unisa, there is still a chance for you to submit your application but you have a few days to do so. Here are a few details on how the application process works.


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.


Unisa is amongst institutions of higher learning that have received high volumes of applications for the 2022 academic year. As the university is amidst registration time, it hasn’t forgotten about its prospective students.


As the academic year commences, there’s a lot of fake messages circulating on social media. Recently, Unisa students have fallen victim to this.

 

 


As the academic year starts, most people are registering either for a new course or completing the ones that they had started. Unisa has recently released its registration dates for 2022.

 


Unisa has recently reintroduced its vaccination programme and has called on students and staff members to get vaccinated. The university's Vice-Chancellor has shared her vision for the institution in the 2022 academic year.


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