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South Africa’s largest distance learning institution has officially opened applications for the 2024 academic year. Matric learners and prospective students are encouraged to apply early to avoid missing the deadline.


Applications for undergraduate programmes at the University of South Africa (Unisa) recently closed for 2024. However, many are wondering whether or not South Africa's largest university will reopen applications. 


South Africa’s largest university is currently accepting admission applications for the 2024 academic year. Prospective students wanting to enrol in academic programmes at the institution are encouraged to apply before the fast-approaching application deadline. 
 


Unisa recently closed their admission applications for the 2024 academic year. If you have not applied yet, this is the perfect opportunity and if you have already, we have guidelines to track your Unisa status.


For months, Unisa has been at the centre of controversy over a report that exposed alleged maladministration and poor financial management. Since then, Minister Blade Nzimande’s has attempted to place Unisa under administration, but these efforts have been consistently halted. 


Applications for South Africa's largest university is now open, and thousands of students are expected to apply. The institution has encouraged all prospective masters and doctoral students to submit their applications before the closing date.


As the current academic year edges closer to its final term, Unisa has called on its students to take note of important upcoming dates, to stay updated about all important information related to the administration of the upcoming exams. 


As Unisa approaches its Spring 2023 graduation ceremonies, the administration has issued a call to all students who have yet to receive their certificates to come and collect them. Let's explore Unisa's certificate collection process, clarify provisions for students unable to attend the graduation ceremony, and outline crucial steps on how to collect their certificates.


The recent decision by the Department of Higher Education to place the University of South Africa (Unisa) under administration has sparked outrage and opposition from various quarters, including university staff members and the institution's council. 


South Africa’s largest distance learning institution has officially announced when applications will open for the 2024 academic year. Matric learners and prospective students are encouraged to apply early to avoid disappointment.  


Academic integrity is the cornerstone of any educational institution's reputation and success. Recognizing this, South Africa’s largest university has recently issued a stern warning to its students against engaging in academic misconduct.


South Africa's largest university has been under the spotlight during the last few months and not for its academic achievements. A scathing report made damning allegations against members of the university's executive prompting a response from the institutions vice-chancellor. 


South Africa's largest university has made several changes to it online learning platform. These changes will impact thousands of students registered at the University of South Africa (Unisa). 


Prospective students have less than 24 hours to complete their registration at South Africa’s largest university for the second semester. Several measures have been taken to assist students complete their registration before the deadline. 
 


South Africa’s largest university has opened its registration period for semester 2 qualifications. Prospective students can register for several courses offered both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. 
 


It is starting to seem that the implementation of the NSFAS' new allowance disbursement system is off to a bad start. The students at Unisa are among those who’ve raised complaints about the payment system.    
 


Unisa students recently completed their May/June exams for the 2023 academic year and to ensure that students understand the outcome of their exam result. The university has provided descriptions of each result code for the purpose of clarity.
 


In a recent development, the University of South Africa has released its Institutional Audit Report in response to an independent assessor report. This forms part of how the university plans to address the recommendations of the independent assessor report which has had the institution embroiled in a corruption and maladministration.


The University of South Africa is once again in the spotlight for fraud and maladministration within the institution. The Minister of Higher Education has strongly criticised Unisa's failings, but is hopeful for change.


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