University of South Africa Online Application Form 2022-2023

By | July 21, 2021

University of South Africa Online Application Form 2022-2023

University of South Africa Unisa Undergraduate Application Forms 2022 – 2023

Unisa Undergraduate Application Forms 2022-2023 – see details below to download application form to apply …

application for 2022-2023: here’s what you should know

What does the selection process entail?

  • At the heart of the selection process is a calculation of your individual points score, which takes into account your final Grade 12 marks and other key factors such as the school you attended, and your gender, socio-economic group, race, and so on.
  • Before submitting an application, please check whether you meet the statutory and college-specific admission requirementsand the required academics points score (APS) for your chosen qualification(s). A higher certificate requires aminimum APS of 15, a diploma a minimum APS of 18 and a bachelor degree a minimum APS of 21 or more (some exceptions apply).
  • It is important to note that you will not automatically be accepted to study through Unisa in semester 1 of 2022-2023. Students will be accommodated on the basis of the number of places available for each qualification.

The application process

  • You may apply for a maximum of two qualifications, ranked in order of preference (although you may only register for one should both of your qualifications be successful).
  • Unisa will inform you of the outcome of your application. If successful, Unisa will indicate for which qualification you have been accepted and will offer you a space for the period for which you have applied (ie semester 1).
  • You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time. If you miss this deadline, Unisa will withdraw the offer and give your space to another applicant.
  • First-time applicants to Unisa will be required to complete the First-Year Experience (FYE) MOOC (massive open online course) before being able to accept Unisa’s offer.
  • You may only accept one offer. This means that when you accept an offer for one qualification (irrespective of whether it is your first or second qualification of choice), the other offer will automatically fall away.
  • If you accept Unisa’s offer, you must register for the period for which you have been granted admission(ie semester 1). Should you not register for the relevant semester of study, you will need to re-apply for admission during the next application period.

Who must apply?

  • Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission. This includes first-time Unisa applicants and Unisa students changing to a new qualification and / or specialization.
  • If you are completing a higher certificate or alternative pathway / extended programme, you must apply for admission if you want to continue with further undergraduate studies.
  • You must re-apply for admission if you previously applied for admission and were offered a space, but did not accept the offer and / or did not register for any reason.
  • Everyone planning to enrol for classes at a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college under the Unisa-TVET agreement must apply for admission.

See UNISA ODL ( Open Distance Learning ) Applications

Kindly check the links below before your proceed:

Who must apply?

Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission.

When may I apply?

Applications for admission to Unisa’s undergraduate qualifications (higher certificatesadvanced certificatesdiplomasadvanced diplomas & degrees) will be open from 1 September to 30 November. See UNISA Closing Dates for All Courses Here

 

What do I need to apply?

You need to check that you qualify for admission and that you have the necessary documents ready to upload during the application process.

I am sure…

  • that I meet the statutory and college admission requirements for my qualification(s) of choice
  • that I meet the minimum academic points score (APS) for my qualification(s) of choice – a higher certificate requires a minimum APS of 15, a diploma a minimum APS of 18 and a bachelor degree a minimum APS of 21 or more (some exceptions apply)
  • that I have a valid e-mail address and cellphone number, and I accept that Unisa will communicate with me during the application process using this e-mail address and cellphone number. Please ensure that you provide only one e-mail address and one cellphone number during the application process.
    * It is very important that you check your e-mails regularly for communication from Unisa about your application.

 I have the following documents scanned & uploaded to an electronic device

All applicants starting a new qualification must upload all the required documents, which generally consists of the following:

  • Copy of your school qualifications (eg Senior Certificate, National Senior Certificate)
  • Copy of your official tertiary academic record(s) (if applicable) (internet copies will not be accepted)
  • Copy of your ID document (RSA students) or ID / passport (international students)
  • Copy of your marriage certificate (if applicable) or divorce decree (if applicable)
  • Sworn translations of documents if they are not in English or Afrikaans

*  We urge all Unisa students who previously applied prior to 2016 to upload all the required documents. Failure to do so may result in a delay in processing your application.

** Some qualifications may require additional documents. Unisa reserves the right to request original documents and / to verify the correctness of submitted documents at any time. Submitting fraudulent documents is an offence in terms of the Student Disciplinary Code.

 I am sure that my documents are scanned according to the rules

Follow the instructions carefully when completing the online application process. Only upload the required documents as individual files and not a complete set of documents as one file.

  • Files are not larger than 2MB (2048KB) each.
  • Only black and white documents may be submitted.
  • Only the following file types are allowed: PDF (Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format file), DOC (Word document file) or TIF (image file)

Pay the application fee once you’ve received a student number from Unisa

  • R115 for online applications
  • R185 for hard copy applications (hard copy applications will only be considered in exceptional cases)
  • Use the student number you receive from Unisa AND the application fee reference number (ie STUDENTNUMBER 5370810030)
  • Visit www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo for banking details and payment information.

This fee is non-refundable even if you decide not to study through Unisa, do not qualify for admission to Unisa or cannot be offered a space due to limited spaces available. Unisa does not accept cash at any of its offices.

The due date for the application fee is the closing date for the application period. Any application submitted without an application fee paid on time will not be processed. Please ensure that you keep a copy of your proof of payment.

Make sure that your application is complete

If your application for admission to study through Unisa is incomplete, you will have to re-apply during the next application period

University of South Africa Unisa Postgraduate Application Forms 2022 – 2023

Unisa Postgraduate Application Forms 2022 – 2023 – see details below to download application form to apply …

What does the selection process entail?

Unisa will assess your application according to the academic admission requirements for your qualification(s) of choice and the final mark obtained for your major subjects at third-year undergraduate level.

How does the application process work?

  • You may apply for a maximum of two qualifications, ranked in order of preference (although you may only register for one should both of your applications be successful).
  • Unisa will inform you of the outcome of your application.
  • You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time.
  • If you accept Unisa’s offer for the 2022-2023 academic year, you may only register for the qualification and specialisation for which you received an offer. You may also only register for the 2022-2023 academic year. Should you decide not to register for the 2022-2023 academic year for any reason, you will need to re-apply for admission for the next UNISA intake.

Please note: The University of South Africa reserves the right to withdraw any offer for admission to the 2022 academic year should it be found that you do not meet the statutory, college and/or minimum admission requirements for the qualification to which you have been admitted. In such a case, the university will refund any registration fees paid towards the said qualification.

Who must apply for admission?

Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission. This includes

  • first-time Unisa applicants
  • Unisa students changing to a new qualification and/or changing the specialisation of a current qualification
  • applicants in their final year of an undergraduate qualification who wish to continue with postgraduate studies

Please note: You must re-apply for admission if you previously applied for admission and were offered a space, but did not register for any reason.

What does the selection process entail?

  • At the heart of the selection process is a calculation of your individual points score, which takes into account your final Grade 12 marks and other key factors such as the school you attended, and your gender, socio-economic group, race, and so on.
  • Before submitting an application, please check whether you meet the statutory and college-specific admission requirements, and the required academics points score (APS) for your chosen qualification(s). A higher certificate requires a minimum APS of 15, a diploma a minimum APS of 18 and a bachelor degree a minimum APS of 21 or more (some exceptions apply).
  • It is important to note that you will not automatically be accepted to study through Unisa in semester 1 of 2022-2023. Students will be accommodated on the basis of the number of places available for each qualification. Unisa Undergraduate Application Forms

The application process

  • You may apply for a maximum of two qualifications, ranked in order of preference (although you may only register for one should both of your qualifications be successful).
  • Unisa will inform you of the outcome of your application. If successful, Unisa will indicate for which qualification you have been accepted and will offer you a space for the period for which you have applied (ie semester 1).
  • You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time. If you miss this deadline, Unisa will withdraw the offer and give your space to another applicant.
  • First-time applicants to Unisa will be required to complete the First-Year Experience (FYE) MOOC (massive open online course) before being able to accept Unisa’s offer.
  • You may only accept one offer. This means that when you accept an offer for one qualification (irrespective of whether it is your first or second qualification of choice), the other offer will automatically fall away.
  • If you accept Unisa’s offer, you must register for the period for which you have been granted admission (i.e. semester 1). Should you not register for the relevant semester of study, you will need to re-apply for admission during the next application period.

Who must apply?

  • Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission. This includes first-time Unisa applicants and Unisa students changing to a new qualification and/or specialization.
  • If you are completing a higher certificate or alternative pathway / extended program, you must apply for admission if you want to continue with further undergraduate studies.
  • You must re-apply for admission if you previously applied for admission and were offered a space, but did not accept the offer and / or did not register for any reason.
  • Everyone planning to enroll for classes at a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college under the Unisa-TVET agreement must apply for admission.

Register to study through Unisa

Forms

ARCSWiD01 Special assistance form for students with disabilities (PDF 71KB)
Registration confirmation
Login to myUnisa. Click on “myAdmin”, “Edit Registration”, “Request Registration Letter” and “Request Letter”. A secure PDF document will be sent to your myLife e-mail account. Use your ID number / passport number to open the secure PDF.
DSAR02 To request the the addition / cancellation of study units, login to myUnisa. Click on “myAdmin” and “Edit Registration”.
DSAR03 To change your address and contact numbers, login to myUnisa. Click on “myAdmin”, “Biographical Details” and “Update Address Details”.
DSAR04 /
CGS04
To apply for an exemption of study units (for undergraduate qualifications only), login to myUnisa, click on “myAdmin”, “Student Admin” and “Apply for Exemptions”.Application form for exemption of study units (honours degrees & postgraduate diplomas only) (PDF 120KB)
DSAR06 To request the the addition / cancellation of study units, login to myUnisa. Click on “myAdmin”, “Student Admin” and “Final semester – Request to exceed max number of modules (DSAR06)”.
DSAR07 To apply for re-admission to register for an undergraduate qualification only, login to myUnisa, click on “myAdmin”, “Student Admin” and “Re-admission”.
DSAR08 /
CGS08
Undergraduate, honours and postgraduate diploma studentsYou can request your academic record via myUnisa. Login to myUnisa. Click on “Academic Record” and “Code”. Your academic record will be sent to your myLife e-mail account.

Master’s and doctoral students

  • You can request your academic record via myUnisa. Login to myUnisa. Click on “Academic Record” and “Code”. Your academic record will be sent to your myLife e-mail account.
  • You may also request your academic record by completing the Application for academic record or credit certificate (CGS08) (PDF 100KB) for master’s and doctoral students. Please submit your completed CGS08 form to mandd@unisa.ac.za
DSAR09 To apply for re-admission to register for an undergraduate qualifications only, login to myUnisa, click on “myAdmin”, “Student Admin” and “Re-admission”.
DSAR16 Application for admission to an honours degree, where the undergraduate qualification is incomplete (PDF 65KB)
DSAR25 Teaching practical placement form – RSA students only (PDF 179KB)Click here for the teaching practice placement information (PDF 202KB)
DSAR26 Application for deferment of studies (PDF 56KB)Please note:

  • You must apply in writing for a deferment (using DSAR form 26) if you want to take a break from your studies (ie you are unable to continue with your studies in a particular semester or year).
    * Do not use DSAR form 26 to apply for an exam deferment.
  • If you want to defer an exam to the following semester, please click here for the rules and the application form for aegrotat and special exams.
DSAR27 Teaching practical placement form – students outside RSA (PDF 172KB)Click here for the teaching practice placement information (PDF 202KB)
DSAR29 Application for a letter confirming the completion of a qualification (PDF 54KB)
M30 Application for a Certificate of Conditional Exemption (ONLY for admission to Bachelor’s Degree studies – not for BTech degree studies) (PDF 33KB)
See also  Sekhukhune TVET College Application Form 2021-2022