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How to apply to unisa

Applicants are able to apply to study at Unisa via their online application portal. Unisa also allows hard-copy application submissions, but in exceptional cases only.

Applicants who are planning to study at a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college through the Unisa-TVET agreement, may apply either at the TVET college in question or at Unisa (online or self-help).

What Documents Are Needed To Apply At Unisa?

Prospective students applying at Unisa for the 2020 academic year need the following documents available for the application process (in electronic format):

Undergraduate applicants:

  • A copy of your school qualifications;
  • Copy of your official tertiary academic record (if you have one; no internet copies)
  • A copy of your ID document or passport, depending on if you’re from South African or from another country
  • Copy of your marriage certificate or divorce decree (if that is applicable)
  • Sworn translations of the above documents if they are not in English or Afrikaans

Postgraduate & honors applicants:

  • A copy of your school qualifications;
  • Copy of your official tertiary academic record stating the year of registration, modules passed and percentages obtained (no internet copies);
  • A copy of your ID document or passport, depending on if you’re from South African or from another country
  • Copy of your marriage certificate or divorce decree (if that is applicable)
  • Sworn translations of the above documents if they are not in English or Afrikaans.

Additionally, international students applying for a postgraduate diploma or honours degree may have to submit to a SAQA evaluation. International students will also have to upload a copy of the university ledger.

Students in their final year of studies (excluding Unisa students) who do not have an official academic record that states that they’ve completed their qualification will have to submit their official academic record to Unisa by 13 December 2019.

Students who have applied to UNISA prior to 2016 need to resubmit all required documents in order to avoid a delay in processing your application. Note that certain qualifications may require additional documentation. UNISA does reserve the right to request the original documentation in order to verify the submitted documents.

Submitted fraudulent documentation is an offence as stated in the university’s Student Disciplinary Code (SDC) and can result in not being accepted to study at UNISA.

Additionally, submitting the academic record after 13 December will delay the processing of applications.

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