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Examinations at one of South Africa’s largest institutions are set to get underway later this month. Several changes have been introduced to ensure the integrity of the examinations is upheld.


The student debt dilemma was seen to be a challenge that will have a negative impact on both students and higher education institutions at the start of the 2023 academic year. One of the country’s 26 universities has come with a solution that will benefit both institutions and students.


At the beginning of the 2023 academic year, the University of South Africa came under scrutiny as there were allegations of its Accounting programmes not being accredited. Recently, the institution has since cleared the air.


This week saw a fire break out at one of Unisa's campuses in the early hours of the morning. The university has now released a statement written by the Vice-chancellor on the details of the fire.

If you are a prospective student and have received an offer of placement from the University of South Africa, then you may want to take note of the registration dates for 2023.

Enrolling in a short course is a great opportunity for you to improve your knowledge, skills, within a specific field as these courses are designed so that you can easily apply new skills to your work or use them to find a better job.

Many students are filled with anxiety during their time of sitting for an examination. It is only when they have received their results that they can plan the next step in their lives with ease.


The University of South Africa takes pride in students' ability to adapt to online learning and examinations. The university has shared its progress on the 2022 year-end exams. 


Unisa students who sat for the university's October/November exam can now access their exam results. The institution has provided additional details for exam related student queries.

Today is the last day on which students can apply for admission to South Africa’s largest university. Applicants only have a few hours to apply to start studying at the institution for the 2023 academic year.


South Africa’s largest university has called on prospective students to take specific steps to ensure their place at the institution in 2023. Failure to take these steps could result in students losing their place.


Those who are interested in studying at Unisa still have the opportunity to do so as Unisa has reopened applications for admission to enrol for the 2023 academic year.

Applications for admission to enrol for some programmes at the University of South Africa (Unisa) may still be open while others have already closed, but this has not stopped those looking to misrepresent themselves as the university’s officials from spreading misinformation

If pursuing a short course is part of your plans for the upcoming academic year, then Unisa has you covered. They have recently opened applications to their short learning programmes for 2023. 

If you are looking to become part of Unisa’s postgraduate alumni in the upcoming academic year, you have a limited amount of time to submit your application for their Masters and Doctoral programme.

The University of South Africa has come up with a lenient approach in addressing unpleasant technical challenges that students experience during the exam period.


With the final examination season approaching, the University of South Africa (Unisa) has regulated new rules to prevent students from participating in any fraudulent or dishonest activities during online exams.

The University of South Africa (Unisa) has an offering of diverse undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications students can choose from. The university has had its online applications open for the past six weeks, and today it's the last day for students to submit applications.


Applications for admission for the 2023 academic year at one of South Africa’s public universities have run for a period of six weeks. Students who have not applied as yet have been urged to submit their online applications with the little time that’s left.


A number of serious allegations have been leveled against the University of South Africa (Unisa) in the past few months. The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) appointed an independent assessor to look into these allegations and more.





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