Unisa 2023 Semester One Registration Closes Today


Higher education institutions are currently preparing to welcome back new and returning students. If you are planning to further your studies at the University of South Africa, today is your last chance to register for semester one of the 2023 academic year.



The University of South Africa (Unisa) opened its registration window for the 2023 academic year on the 9th of January 2023. 

With registrations for Undergraduate semester 1 and 2 modules closing today, 10 February, prospective students are reminded to complete their registration to avoid disappointment.

The institution communicated:

Please note that the closing date for first semester registration for undergraduate qualifications, honours degrees and postgraduate diplomas has been extended to 10 February 2023. The initial payment date remains 28 February 2023.

Unisa is the largest university system in South Africa by enrolment and the institutions total enrollment target for this academic year is projected at 376 000 students

A total of 45 000 first-year spaces are available, and this includes the matric cohort of 2022.

Here’s what students will need to complete the registration process:

  • A valid email address
  • A valid cellphone number
  • South African applicants will need an ID number.  Foreign applicants will need their passport number.
  • Copy of your school qualifications (eg Senior Certificate)
  • Application fee of R125 which should be paid once you receive your student number 

The Unisa application fee is non-refundable even if students decide not to study at the institution, do not qualify for admission to Unisa or cannot be offered a space due to limited spaces available. 

It is important to note that Unisa does not accept cash at any of its offices, therefore payments are only accepted via bank deposits or any of the institutions online payment methods.

To complete the online registration at Unisa, students can head to the 'Apply for admission' page and follow the prompts to start the process.

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