How to Apply for Admission at Unisa 2020
Unisa applications for 2020 are happening! It's that time when you should be checking on the status of your application. Many of the colleges and universities also have a limited amount of bursaries or funding available which you need to look into before it is to late to apply for those too.
Unisa Applications for 2020
Unisa Applications for 2020 all happen online these days so don't forget to check on the website and make sure your account is in order. There are different dates for the applications and registration depending on the course that you want to study and the faculty.
How to Apply for Admission at Unisa
Who should apply for admission?
You must apply for each new qualification even if you already have a Unisa student number.
This includes new applicants (prospective students) and current and returning/previous students. A formal qualification includes: higher certificates, diplomas, bachelor degrees, BTech degrees, postgraduate certificates, postgraduate diplomas, advanced certificates, advanced diplomas, honours degrees, master’s degrees and doctoral degrees.
New applicants include
prospective students who have never before studied through
Unisa students who have previously registered or who are currently registered for short learning programmes
current Grade 12 learners
students studying at other higher education institutions and who wish to study through Unisa in 2014
Current and returning students include
any student who wishes to change the qualification for which they are currently or were previously registered
students in their final semester/ year and who intend to study further
students wishing to change the specialisation of their current qualification
Master's or doctoral degree applicants
any student meeting the admission requirements to apply for a master's or doctoral degree
Take note of the following before you apply:
You must have a valid e-mail address so that Unisa can communicate with you during the application process.
You must upload all the necessary supporting documents as part of the application process. If you are unable to do so, you will not be able to submit your application.
You must not pay the application fee until you receive a reference number from Unisa.
You can apply for a maximum of two qualifications.
No application payments or documents will be accepted during the registration period
For more information about Unisa courses and what the requirements are go to their website: www.unisa.ac.za
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