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Are there any full-time courses at Unisa?

Are there any full-time courses at Unisa?

The courses are at the following levels: Undergraduate (three years full time, 4-6 years part time) Honours (one year full time, 2-4 years part time) Doctoral (two years full time, 3-6 years part time)

Can I be a full-time student at Unisa?

A full-time study load includes a combination of courses to make up 18 units per semester. As a general rule, most UniSA students can expect to study between three to five contact hours (the time you spend in lectures, tutorials and practicums; physically or online) per course per week.

Which courses are still available at Unisa for 2021?


  • Diploma in Policing (98220)
  • Diploma in Accounting Sciences (98200)
  • Diploma in Administrative Management (98216)
  • Diploma in Animal Health (98026 – AHE)
  • Diploma in Human Resource Management (98211)
  • Diploma in Information Technology (98806 – ITE)
  • Diploma in Marketing Management (98202)

Do students at Unisa attend classes?

Do I need to attend classes? Unisa is a distance education university, which means that you study at a distance. We do not offer classes, but we do offer some tutorial classes for certain modules.

Does NSFAS fund Unisa students?

NSFAS does provide funding at Unisa. The allocation of the NSFAS allowances to students is different as the teaching Unisa provides is different to that of other universities. NSFAS will also pay your tuition fees and your registration fee. NSFAS provides funding for students’ registration at Unisa.

Which courses are still available at Unisa for 2022?

Unisa Available Courses 2022-2023

  • Higher Certificate in Accounting Sciences (98201)
  • Higher Certificate in Animal Welfare (90098)
  • Higher Certificate in Archives and Records Management (98577)
  • Higher Certificate in Banking (98225)
  • Higher Certificate in Criminal Justice (90006)

What happens if you fail a module at Unisa first year?

NDP modules for a postgraduate qualification will be cancelled in June of the academic year if a student failed to pass the outstanding module for the undergraduate qualification. Such a student will forfeit the initial amount paid at the time of registration.

How many modules can you fail in first year Unisa?

How Many Modules Can You Fail in First-Year Unisa? For example, in your first year of study, you pass one module of 12 credits during the first semester and two modules of 12 credits each during the second semester. This means that you have completed 36 credits for the year and may re-register.

Does Nsfas fund Unisa students?

How much does NSFAS give Unisa students per month in 2021?

UNISA NSFAS funded students are only entitled to a Learning Material Allowance (LMA) and Incidental Allowance (IA) for qualifying students. IA of R290 will be disbursed monthly via Intellimali. R1160 paid for four months, that is, February to May 2021.

How much does NSFAS give students per month in 2020?

Private Residents – R25,200 Annual paid per month. NCV Annual (Including PLP) – 10 monthly payments. R191 Semester- 5 monthly payments by semester period. R191 Trimester – 3 monthly payments by Trimester period.

Can I still apply at Unisa for 2021?

Applications for admission to Unisa’s undergraduate qualifications (higher certificates, advanced certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas & degrees) will be open from 11 August to 15 October 2021.

Are there any UNISA courses that are part time?

UNISA part time courses. UNISA provides their students with an option of studying either full time or part-time. The problem with part-time courses is that it will take you more years to complete your study. The good thing about part-time is that you will manage to work and at the same time study.

What happens when you accept an offer from UNISA?

Unisa will inform you that your application for admission was successful and indicate for which qualification you have been accepted. Unisa will offer you a space for the period for which you have applied. You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time.

When to accept or decline the UniSA MOOC offer?

You will not be able to accept Unisa’s offer (step 2 below) if you have not completed Unisa’s free online MOOC. You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer for semester 1 of the 2021 academic year within the prescribed timeframe (usually 10 days is allowed, unless otherwise indicated in the offer e-mail).

How does the first come first served principle apply to UNISA?

Students will be accommodated on the basis of the number of places available for each qualification. Please note that the “first come first served” principle does NOT apply. Unisa will inform you of the outcome of your application. You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time.