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Unisa has encouraged its students to download their study material for the 2022 academic year, even if their registration has not yet been finalized. 

Unisa has announced an update regarding the Bachelor of Arts registrations. Here is what these students need to know regarding their registrations.

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.



The University of South Africa (Unisa) is one of the leading open distance learning universities in South Africa, offering flexible learning for all enrolled students. The following highlights the documents necessary for admission as a Unisa student.

Online learning and teaching are still new. It’s important that you equip yourself with the tools that are required, especially if you are a Unisa student who’s preparing for the Unisa online exams.

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.

The University of South Africa, gearing up to open its doors to its students, has extended a warm welcome to them for the 2022 academic year. The university has also called on those that have applied for admission to register.

Are you looking to submit a late application at Unisa? Well the university has addressed whether or not this is possible. 

The University of South Africa has recently announced that registration for the 2022 academic year opens on Tuesday 4 January 2022. The registration deadlines for undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications have also been released. 

The University of South Africa (Unisa) has their first set of exams in 2022 between January and March of the academic year. The university recently announced that it would support students’ ability to perform during examination by issuing data.

The University of South Africa (Unisa) has been operating successfully on an open distance learning programme for nearly a century now. For students who aim to pursue this practiced distanced learning format, dates for registration for the academic year of 2022 have recently been released for viewing by the university.

Unisa has said that they would provide students with data for their January-March 2022 examinations. This is one of many ways that Unisa ensures that the exam is seamless and that no student is left behind.

Unisa has come under scrutiny after some of its staff members accused the university of recruiting unqualified staff in top positions. They have also said that this is not the first time that this has happened.

Unisa students are amongst students who did not have it easy during their examination due to unforeseen circumstances. This year saw the highest number of students writing the October/December 2021 exams in Unisa history.

It has been a long and tedious journey for university students, however, they have come out strong. Unisa recently held a graduation ceremony in Pretoria for their Masters and Doctoral graduates.

As we observe the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign, we reflect on research that focuses on this theme and what higher education institutions, such as Unisa, are doing in response.

After a year of UNISA being adversely affected by loadshedding that disrupted online exams, the university has come up with solutions to cater to the different needs of its students.

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed learning immensely, as everything is online. Being hit by loadshedding in the middle of an exam frustrated many students across the country, but institutions such as UNISA have come up with a solution.