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Unisa's second semester registration period has officially opened. The distance learning university has the largest university system in South Africa by enrollment, attracting a third of all higher education students in the country.


Thousands of unmarked first-semester assignments have added to many of Unisa's administrative challenges. This comes a few weeks after the university suspended its registrar, who highlighted the issues regarding the unmarked assignment.


Over the years, South Africa’s largest distance-learning university has been severely criticised for its alleged lack of good governance. The university has been urged to make changes amidst the issues arising in its administration.  


A damning report from an independent assessor found a public university dysfunctional, recommending for it be placed under administration. The institution has admitted to serious government and operational problems but claims that it is far from collapse.

 


An inquiry report on the affairs at South Africa’s largest university,  has made a number of bodies, including one trade union, demand that the institutions council be dissolved, and the Vice Chancellor resign.


Several allegations were made against South Africa’s largest university and its management after an independent assessor was appointed to look into the university's affairs. The institution is set to issue an official response soon as consultations have concluded. 


With the mid-year examinations currently underway at South Africa’s largest university, concerns have been raised as the institution battles with the rising number of students cheating during exams.


In recent years, the Unisa has been unwavering in its commitment to protecting academic integrity and maintaining a zero-tolerance policy towards any form of academic misconduct during assessments.


The University of South Africa recently came under fire due to a number of serious allegations that were leveled against the university’s executive staff members. This was followed by the Department of Higher Education and Training kick-starting investigations to look into these allegations and more.

 


The fate of the country's largest university rests in the hands of Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande, as a scathing report into the institution's affairs demands his decisive action.


Unisa offers Short Learning Programmes that aim to enhance and update the skills of those who enrol. Unisa has opened up registrations for semester 2 Short Learning Programmes and students are encouraged to register as limited spots are available.


A recent report into the affairs of the University of South Africa has uncovered deep-rooted governance issues and recommended placing the institution under administration.


Examinations are currently underway at South Africa’s largest university. The institution has urged all students partaking to adhere to its examination rules and regulations.


The University of South Africa’s May/June 2023 online examinations commenced on 8 May 2023. Exam periods often expose students to scams and fraudulent offers.

 


The student debt crisis has rapidly grown from R13 billion in the 2019/20 academic year to R16.5-billion in 2021/22. A public university has taken steps to ensure that something is being done to address this issue.

 


The largest distance learning institution in South Africa will start its mid-year examinations today. All students sitting for the exams are urged to adhere to the exam rules and regulations. 


Today is the last day prospective students can apply to study at South Africa's largest university in 2023. Students are required to submit their application, supporting documents and pay an application fee before the application deadline.


Having a disability should not prevent individuals from accessing higher education programmes. South Africa’s largest university has revealed how they assist students living with disabilities during their examinations.

 


Students at South Africa’s largest university will begin their mid-year examinations later this month. The university has provided these students with a guide to rules and regulations to ensure they are adequately prepared. 


If you are a Unisa student, chances are that you have already been preparing to sit for your  Unisa exams for the current academic year. One of the important steps is accessing your exam timetable to ensure you avoid any costly mistakes in the lead-up to it.

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