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As the start of the 2024 academic year approaches, thousands of students will be registering in academic programmes at institutions of higher education around South Africa. The registration period for the country's largest university will be closing soon.

 


The University of South Africa (Unisa) has opened applications for the 2023 academic year’s undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The undergraduate programs provides qualifications such as higher certificates, advanced certificates, national diplomas, advanced diplomas and degrees. 


Thousands of students are enrolled in academic programmes at the University of South Africa. However, many students registered late, which impacted their ability to submit their first assignment.

 


The University of South Africa, what is commonly known as Unisa, has not yet closed their registration period for postgraduate courses. If you haven't registered yet, you still have some time and should register as soon as possible.


If you are looking to enrol for an undergraduate qualification at the University of South Africa for the current academic year, then you are in luck because the university has just extended its closing deadline.


The 2023 January/February exam period has just been completed at Unisa. With the exam season coming to an end, there are a few crucial details that students who wrote the exams should take note of as they wait for their results.


While online resources can be extremely helpful for many students, some prefer hard copies of the study materials they are learning. Unisa has revealed how students can get hard copies of their study material.

 


South Africa's largest distance learning institution has called on students to pay their initial fees. Failure to make the payment could impact the student’s registration at the institution. 


The University of South Africa’s (Unisa) short courses are curated to update or enhance a student's skills and knowledge in a specific field of study. Students interested in registering for the 2023 academic year are encouraged to do so to avoid missing the looming deadline.


Unisa has recently faced some scrutiny from students regarding the alleged lack of communication and assistance when it comes to registering online. The institution has come out and disputed these claims. 


Unisa has released a statement on its website strongly condemning the fraud and dishonesty that some of their students partake in during examinations and assessments. 


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 has announced that it has slightly shifted its registration timelines. This will come as good news to students who have not yet registered. 

 


Individuals who want to enrol in postgraduate qualifications during the 2023 academic year can now apply at one of South Africa’s largest universities. This application period is set to close in just a matter of days.

 


One of South Africa’s largest universities is facing delays as they await the student funding list from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. These delays are impacting the institution's academic calendar.

 


If you have applied for admission at the University of South Africa for the 2023 academic year and have had your application approved, registering is the next step. But, the registration process is not without its own costs.


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.


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