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The University of South African (Unisa) is the largest distance higher learning intuition on the African continent.


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.


The Department of Higher Education has reached an agreement with universities to keep fees at an affordable rate for 2021. 


If you haven't been placed in university or college yet, the Central Application Clearing House (CACH) can help with that.


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


Minister Blade Nzimande has proposed a new fee agreement with public universities. He hopes the policy framework will help regulate university fees. 


Distance learning offers multiple benefits to those who are able to overcome the challenges that come with it.


Unisa has opened mid-year applications for its Short Learning Programmes (SLPs).


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.


UNISA has changed their application process so there is still an opportunity to apply to study in 2020.


Making the decision to pursue a higher education is always a positive step forward. However, choosing the best course and following the application process can be complicated and daunting. Here are the steps to submitting your application if you are planning to study through Unisa


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.


Unisa helps students budget for the hidden costs of higher education.


Unisa is well known for its distance and online learning courses, but it is by no means the only institution that offers flexible study options in South Africa.

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