Please note that individuals wanting to study with Unisa in 2012 are required to apply to Unisa before registering for their chosen modules.
What are the Unisa application dates 2012?
The 2nd semester undergraduate application dates for 2012 are as follows:
26 March 2012 to 27 April 2012
For more information regarding Unisa undergraduate application dates please download the Unisa undergraduate brochure 2012.
How do I apply to Unisa?
You will need to complete and submit the Unisa application form, return the necessary documentation and pay the application fee.
You can also apply through an official licensee agent – such as Pathway in Zambia (Please note that Pathway is solely an international licensee and is not able to assist individuals based in South Africa).
Please make sure that you check the admission criteria (see below) prior to making your application.
What are the admission criteria?
Unisa have a range of admission criteria dependent on the course level. To find out whether you meet the admission criteria please visit: Unisa Minimum Course Criteria
What are the application fees?
The application fees in 2012 range from R100.00 for online applications to R150.00 for post and fax applications. For more information please download the Unisa undergraduate brochure 2012.
What will Unisa do after I have applied?
Once you have submitted your application Unisa will assess your application to ensure that you meet the admission requirements. Unisa will then contact you within 4 weeks to notify you as to whether your application has been successful or not. In the event that Unisa accept your application you will be sent a registration package for the course to which you applied.
What must I do after my application has been accepted?
Following notification from Unisa that your application has been accepted you MUST remember to register. Registration is different to the application and you must do both if you want to study with Unisa. For more information on the registration procedure please visit: How to register with Unisa