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Unisa opens registration for 2nd semester 2022

REGISTRATIONS for 2nd Semester at the University of South Africa (Unisa) is currently open and will now close on 18 July 2022.

The university has encouraged everyone to make use of the opportunity and register on time.

All registrations will take place online, with exception to certain students pursuing Master’s and Doctoral degrees.

In order for the registration to be complete, students are asked to keep track of the dates by which they must make the minimum and final payments.

Applicants (new applicants Unisa students who applied for admission to a new qualification) may only register if they have received an offer of placement from Unisa and have accepted the offer online.

“Unisa reserves the right to not process and / or to cancel your registration if it is found that you were incorrectly admitted to a qualification,” statement reads.

Re-registering students must register for the 2022 academic year during the relevant registration period.

The myLife e-mail account will be the only e-mail account recognised by Unisa for official correspondence to and from the university, and will remain the official primary e-mail address on record at Unisa.

“The university provides all registered students with a free myLife e-mail address. It is your responsibility to activate your myLife e-mail account as soon as your registration has been finalised.”

The Unisa Online registration will be as follows:
Undergraduate qualifications:
Open 20 June – 18 July 2022

Honours degrees & postgraduate diplomas:
Only Semester 2 Modules
Open 20 June – 18 July 2022
(Excluding CAS programmes)

Master’s and doctoral qualifications:
Only Semester 2 Modules
Open 20 June – 18 July 2022 (MBA and MBL only).

The registration portal for all qualifications can be found here where applicants can start the process which is made up of five steps:

  1. “Find your qualification and choose your modules 
  2. Calculate your study and other fees
  3. Complete and submit your registration 
  4. Pay your study fees 
  5. After registration [waiting for confirmation and enrolling].”

Those confused by the term “module” should know that this is simply the word Unisa uses in place of “subject” or “course”. These are the classes and programmes students need to finish to obtain their qualification.

Lastly it’s worth mentioning the Unisa Short Learning Programmes (SLPs).

At the time of writing the SLPs are not open for registration so applicants will need to wait a while should this be the type of qualification they are seeking.

The last registration period for SLPs was between 13th September 2021 and 28th February 2022, so it’s likely that the next intake will happen around a similar window.

“The SLPs focus on “just in time” and “just enough” learning to meet a specific learning needs identified by individuals or organisations. SLPs are offered by UNISA’s Centre for Lifelong Learning (UCL).

Programme content and contact details are contained in each programme.

All enquiries should be directed to ucl[AT]unisa[DOT]ac[DOT]za,” reads the description for SLPs.


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