Students with disabilities are encouraged to apply to study at Unisa. The university offers a range of services tailored to make the learning experience as pleasant as possible.
Unisa respects the right that students have to not disclose the nature of their disability. However, students could miss out on a range of services available to them if they do not make the university aware of how the disability affects their learning experience.
You can apply now to study at Unisa and also for funding to pay for your fees.
This application period is for undergraduate study, as well as honours and other postgraduate courses. It takes a few weeks for Unisa to finalise your application so its important to apply early to make sure you won't miss out.
Do you want to study degress, diplomas or other courses at university? Well universities are already opening their application windows for those who want to study next year.
These varsities are already open so if you want to study there its time to start looking through their course offerings, and entrance requirements and start to prepare the information you need for your application.
Applications are also open now for NSFAS so check to see whether you qualify.
Some post offices have not been able to operate, following looting incidents and unrest in Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal. This has affected SASSA grant beneficiaries who collect their grant payments from post offices.
The South African Post Office (SAPO) has put together a list of closed branches and alternative branches that are open for beneficiaries to visit.