Unisa Postgraduate Applications Are Still Open
If you’re hoping to pursue your postgraduate studies, then Unisa might just be the place for you.
Applications for 2021 admissions are open and close on 15 December 2020. Some programmes have an earlier closing date.
If you have previously applied to Unisa but did not register, you will need to reapply to be considered for a spot in the 2021 academic programmes.
No self-help stations will be available this year and all applications must be done online. You can only apply for a maximum of 2 qualifications and Unisa will let you know the outcome of your application.
Acceptance into a programme is not guaranteed, it depends on space availability as well as you meeting the admission requirements.
Are you ready for postgrad studies?
The move from undergraduate to postgraduate studies can be a challenging adjustment.
Before you decide to take your studies further, you need to make sure you have enough time on your hands to manage school work as well as the frustration that could arise.
How will I know my outcome?
Unisa will contact you by using the contact details you provided in your application.
Visit the Unisa website to apply before applications close.
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