Here are registration steps
*Read this steps and below you'll find a link to start Registration at unisa
* click All undergraduate, honours and postgraduate diplomas registration
* click register now
* click GO under undergraduate registration ( first Arrow )
* Have you ever registered at Unisa previously? Click Web Registration ( NO )
* Enter your student number, surname, full names and date of birth and click NEXT
* Select your qualification and click NEXT
* Edit your details and Click NEXT
* Click NEXT Again
* Click List Level 1
* select modules by ticking the box next to the module
* When you are done selecting click back to study units
* Select semester by clicking 1st semester and choose 1st semester or 2nd semester and Click NEXT
* Scroll down choose payment type and choose other
* scroll down click submit.
*click pay later
Your registration is submitted.
Undergraduate semester 1 modules and Honours & postgraduate diploma
semester 1 modules (including CTA programmes)
Undergraduate semester 2 modules registered in semester 1 and Honours & postgraduate diploma
semester 2 modules registered in semester 1
Undergraduate semester 2 modules registered in semester 2 and Honours & postgraduate diploma semester 2 modules registered in semester 2
Undergraduate year modules
Honours & postgraduate diploma
Contact details for undergraduate qualifications and postgraduate certificates:
General enquiries: [email protected]
Tel: 0800 001 870
Contact details for honours degrees and postgraduate diplomas
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences: [email protected]
College of Accounting Sciences: [email protected]
College of Economic and Management Sciences: [email protected]
College of Education: [email protected]
College of Human Sciences: [email protected]
College of Law: [email protected]
College of Science, Engineering and Technology: [email protected]
If you are already registered and would like to add additional modules, login to myUnisa,
choose the myAdmin link, click on "Student Admin" and then on "Register Additional Modules".
2022 registrations of UNISA's Short Learning Programmes (SLPs) are open from 13 September 2021 until 28 February 2022. 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 [email protected].
You will need to apply for admission during the next application period. Please visit www.unisa.ac.za/apply for more information.
Only if your Unisa registration is for non-degree purposes and if you have written permission from the other university allowing concurrent registration. You must submit this written permission at the time of application and registration.
Submit your request via myUnisa and it will be e-mailed to your myLife e-mail account. This PDF document is password protected. You will only be able to access with your identity number / passport number (the ID number or the password number on record at Unisa).
In 2008, the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Act No 67 replaced the South African Qualifications Authority Act No 58 of 1995.
In line with the NQF Act, there are now 10 levels on the NQF, which means that all qualifications changed from the 8-level framework to the 10-level framework, for example: A 3-year bachelor degree was previously placed on an NQF level 6. The new NQF level is a 7. Click here for more information.
Please note: Qualifications with the old NQF levels will continue to receive the same recognition as qualifications awarded in terms of the new NQF levels and the Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework alignment.
After the official release of the exam results for that exam period, but before the appropriate closing date for registrations.
Specific modules in certain qualifications offered at Unisa include workplace-based learning that must be completed. Please check if the qualification you have chosen has any work-integrated learning (WIL) modules. This experience is called work-integrated learning or experiential learning, and must be completed under the supervision of a suitably qualified and experienced person (mentor). This experience is mandatory for passing that module and achieving your qualification. Please check, before registering for such a module, that you will be able to complete this work-integrated learning component.
Students who do not have placement at an employer can contact the relevant academic department for assistance in finding a suitable experiential learning provider to gain this experience.
Please make sure that you have followed the application procedure for credit exemptions. Visit www.unisa.ac.za/credits for the application process for exemptions. Once you have confirmed that you followed the correct procedure, please send an e-mail to [email protected]
You will need to confirm whether or not Unisa still offers your qualification. Visit www.unisa.ac.za/register to check this information. If you need to apply for a new qualification, please take note of Unisa’s application process and academic progression rules. If you are academically excluded, you must comply with the requirements for re-admission (ie completion of a one-year certificate programme of 48 credits after the year of exclusion).
Visit www.unisa.ac.za/register for all registration dates and times.
Please be patient while we process your registration. Registrations will only be processed if the minimum required fee has been paid. Please allow 48 hours after payment has been made for the payment to reflect.
If you have an ordinary conditional exemption, you will not be allowed to proceed to second or further years of study until you have passed the outstanding modules and met the condition of that exemption.
The information on www.unisa.ac.za/register will clearly indicate the NQF level of a module.
The module information on www.unisa.ac.za/register will clearly indicate whether the module is a semester or year module.
Please also take note of Unisa’s academic progression rules on the number of modules you are required to pass per year.
Time limits for completing qualifications:
Please also take note of Unisa’s academic progression rules.
As soon as your Unisa registration has been finalised, a letter confirming your registration for the semester or academic year will be sent to your myLife e-mail account. You may also request this via myUnisa and a copy will be sent to your myLife e-mail account.
Unisa is a distance education university, which means that you study online. We do not offer classes, but we do offer some tutorial classes for certain modules.
A student who voluntarily cancels his or her registration of a module will forfeit either a part of or the entire study fees paid as indicated. Please take note of Unisa's cancellation dates.