unisa short courses
Whether you aspire to enhance your expertise in your current academic field or explore a new area of interest, short courses offer a versatile and effective means to attain these goals. Unisa provides an extensive range of short courses.
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.
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.
Beneficiaries of the government bursary scheme receive allowances monthly to support them during their time at university. However, these allowances and refunds are distributed by the institutions they attend which could entail days of waiting.
Thousands of students around South Africa will enrol in educational programmes in 2023. One South African university’s application period is open, leaving prospective students with a small window of opportunity to secure their place at the institution.
South Africa’s largest distance university offers a wide range of academic programmes for students wanting to obtain tertiary qualifications. However, there is a limited amount of time to secure your place at the university.
Graduation is an important event for students, as it is the celebration of their hard work and the sacrifices they made to achieve their academic goals. However, students at one university were unable to celebrate graduation as protests prevented ceremonies from taking place.
The University of South Africa (Unisa) has announced the due date, for which students wanting to enrol in the following programs need to pay the minimum fees for the course.
After weeks of uncertainty, students whose graduation ceremonies were postponed due to protests will learn the new date of their big day.
An online petition has gained traction at South Africa’s largest university after it was announced that only students who had proof of employment could enrol in one of the programmes offered at the university.
After disruptions prevented graduation ceremonies at the University of South Africa (Unisa) from taking place, the university has provided clarity on who will graduate after ceremonies resume on Tuesday.
After a protest interrupted graduation ceremonies at the University of South Africa (Unisa), the university moved to postpone its graduation timetable.
South Africa’s largest university is currently experiencing technical difficulties with its new online system. This will result in several assignment deadlines being extended.