The University of South Africa (Unisa) is the country’s largest distance learning institution of higher learning.
One component of distance learning is online examination. Students will be able to complete their examinations in a space where they are comfortable.
Unsa will commence with online supplementary examinations on 17 January 2022 and will conclude on 4 March 2022. These exmanations will require students to have access to smart devices such as smartphones, laptops or desktop computers. Should you require additional technical specifications like a webcam or high-speed internet, it will be communicated to you.
Click Here and follow the prompts to access your examination timetable.
Online examinations do present some challenges. One of the major challenges is access to data. Unisa will however provide students with 30 gigabytes of data per month. Ten of which will be anytime data and 20 gigs of nighttime data.
It's important that Unisa has your correct cell phone number so you can receive this data. The cellphone number must also be Ricad.
If you have any data related challenges, you can contact the University using the following methods of communication
Call: 0800 000 1870 (option 4)
E-mail: [email protected]
Unisa has also warned students against plagiarism. They said, ‘All academic work, written or otherwise, submitted by a student is expected to be the result of his or her own work. The university views acts of copyright infringement and plagiarism as a serious offence’.