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Unisa's application window for the 2020 academic year has re-opened! So if you want to study at Unisa next year you need to act now to reerve your place at Unisa.
The symbol of success is not a "suit and tie" it is the ability to contribute to the fabric of society. These were the words of Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Mr Buti Manamela at the roll out of the Decade of the Artisan advocacy campaign.
What will I learn in an economics study programme? For many the field of economics and the career opportunities associated with it is shrouded in mystery.
Are you passionate about the planet? Environmental science looks at ways to manage and care for the natural surroundings.
Employment and Labour Minister TW. Nxesi said the Department aimed to increase the number of Employment Equity inspectors in order to fast track transformation.
People with disabilities have an essential role to play in the modern workplace as they offer a unique perspective.
Are you interested in numbers? Does the world of finance intrigue you? Why not enrol in a financial or accounting qualification at Unisa.
Distance learning offers multiple benefits to those who are able to overcome the challenges that come with it.
Unisa offers a range of undergraduate qualifications in seven major fields of study. These qualifications consist of higher certificates, advanced certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and bachelor's degrees.
Students who wish to enter a study programme at Unisa need to submit their application between 20 August and 27 September for the 2020 academic year.
Unisa's national Student Representative Council (SRC) will march to the Department of Higher Education, Science and Technology to present a list of complaints.
If you want to be a great writer there are certain language rules you need to follow. Learn from the experts and refine your writing skills.
Online learning is flexible and convenient but in some ways it can be more challenging than regular training programmes. It requires you to be extremely disciplined and focused.
In an effort to ramp up skills development in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges R150 million has been allocated from the National Skills Fund.
Is the expense and stress of a higher education really worth it? Here are four benefits of studying further that may not have crossed your mind.
Private providers are invited to join an informative workshop which will explore the current status of international courses and the qualifications to be offered in SA.
Do you feel like you've reached a plateau in your career? Perhaps it's time to upgrade your skills.
Do you have work experience but lack the qualification to back it up? Recognition of Prior Learning is an excellent way to get your expertise accredited.
"Many of today's skills won't match tomorrow's jobs." So how do we prepare for the future of work? By adopting the practice of lifelong learning.
The unemployment epidemic has affected South Africans at every level but research shows the most vulnerable groups in society continue to bear the brunt.
Do you want to earn a sizeable salary one day? Then the banking and finance sector is the place for you.
Despite the massive push to transform the image of TVET colleges it seems businesses are still hesitant to hire these graduates.
Subjects like coding and data analytics will be introduced at primary school level in order to prepare South Africans for the new world of work, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Is a BCom the right study path for you? This abbreviation is often thrown about in Grade 12 classrooms but what does a BCom qualification mean?
What changes can South Africans expect within the higher education sector with President Ramaphosa at the helm?