university of south africa

Advertisement


Advertisement




The University of South Africa (Unisa) has announced a new closing date for bursary applications for post-graduate studies. 


As the academic year approaches its climax, students around the country will be writing exams in order to demonstrate what they've learned over the past year.


The University of South Africa (UNISA) has opened applications for the 2022 academic year’s undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The undergraduate programs provides qualifications such as higher certificates, advanced certificates, national diplomas, advanced diplomas and degrees. 


Unisa will no longer be issuing certificates to students. The university announced this on Thursday afternoon. 


Tensions are high at Unisa, as some students at the university have not been receiving enough assistance. 


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


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


Blade Nzimande, The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation has spoken out against acts of vandalism during student protests. 


Unisa has announced that the registration deadline for 2021 has been extended. This is following a court ruling which called for the deadline to be extended. 


The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) has called for Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande to resign. 


Unisa has announced that it will be extending its deadline for registrations. This follows protests across the university's campuses. 


Higher Education Minister, Blade Nzimande is confident that the higher education sector is ready to welcome new students and old ones.


Unisa has announced that it will only have one examination period in 2021. The university's registration period is currently underway until 12 March. 


Many students hoping to be enroled to study at Unisa will have to think again, as the university will be accepting less students in 2021. 


Many universities have made changes to their traditional learning systems because of Covid-19. From contact classes to online classes, the higher education system will have to keep adapting. 


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

Advertisement


Advertisement


Advertisement



Advertisement




Advertisement


Advertisement