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Universities

Institutions of higher education, universities offer both undergraduate and postgraduate education for students. Many students who pass Matric go on to study at one of the universities in South Africa or around the world, continuing their education. Some stop after their Bachelor's degree, while others go on to be awarded their Honours, Masters and Doctorates. Universities are an essential part of society, providing tertiary education to each new group of students and preparing them for demanding, skill-intensive jobs. Without universities, we would be without doctors, engineers and mathematicians, to name a few. Look below for news relating to universities, fees and registration, as well as the challenges facing tertiary education in South Africa.

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In a first for Africa, the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) is offering a dynamic range of Post Graduate Diplomas (PGDips) with far greater flexibility, a strong focus on leadership and future-readiness and easier access to the global movement of life-long learning.

Do you have an innovative idea that can solve a societal challenge? Do you have an idea that can address a Covid-19 specific problem?

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Do you wish to study at Unisa in 2022? The good news is that the application opening dates are slowly approaching. Please ensure that you apply early before it is too late. Find all application dates below.

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Unisa has extended the submission date of assignments. The university confirmed this, following the extension of the academic year. 

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Unisa has extended applications for master's and doctoral degrees. Registrations opened on 5 January 2021.

What courses can I study at Unisa

Unisa offers a range of undergraduate courses and qualifications in seven major fields of study. These courses lead to qualifications like higher certificates, advanced certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and bachelor's degrees.

Are you interested in numbers? Does the world of finance intrigue you? Why not enrol in a financial or accounting qualification at Unisa.

The University of South Africa (UNISA) has appointed its first female vice-chancellor. This comes after the UNISA Council conducted a selection process to find a candidate fit for the job. 

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