Unisa applications for 2023 admissions opened on 1 September 2022. Students have been urged to take advantage of the time still available to them to submit their applications.
The University of South Africa (Unisa) is a flexible open distance e-learning institution that is able to accommodate a student’s full-time employment schedule.
Prospective students can choose between part-time and full-time study options, giving them the advantage of creating their own timetable to finish each course they will be registered for.
Unisa has a number of diverse undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications that you can choose from to advance your career.
In a statement, the university has confirmed:
Applications for admission to undergraduate, honours degrees and postgraduate diplomas qualifications for the 2023 academic year opened on 1 September and will close on 14 October 2022.
According to the university, the application period for its master’s and doctoral qualifications will run for approximately nine weeks, from 11 September 2022 up to 14 November 2022 (some exceptions apply).
Students may apply for qualifications in any educational level in the following fields: Accounting Sciences, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, Economic and Management Sciences, Education, Human Sciences, Law, Science, Engineering and Technology, Graduate School of Business Leadership and the other Administration and Professional course.
See How to download UNISA Prospectus For 2023
Applications are open for individuals who are first-time Unisa applicants, Unisa students changing to a new qualification and/or specialisation, applicants who previously applied for admission and were not offered a space or who were offered a space, accepted the offer and did not register and also students who are completing a higher certificate or any other programme and who wish to continue with further undergraduate studies.
The National Student Financial Aid Student has also officially opened funding applications for the 2023 academic year for students who are in need of financial assistance for their tertiary education.