UNISA registration dates 2018 have now been released! You can register at UNISA for Term 1 2018 during the period outlined below. This is both for new students applying for the first time, as well as current students registering for the new semester.
If you are a First-Year Student at Unisa in 2018, then you can study for free. If your household income is less than R350 000 per year, then NSFAS will fund your studies with a Bursary (free study), instead of a study loan.
UNISA Registration Dates 2018
- 3 – 26 January 2018: Semester 1 registration for undergraduate qualifications (including registrations for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education, PGCE)
- 3 January – 9 March 2018: Year module registration for undergraduate qualifications
- 3 – 26 January 2018: registration for CTA & MCompt
- 3 January – 31 March 2018: registration for Honours; Postgraduate Diplomas & Master’s and Doctoral Qualifications
Note for New UNISA Students
You should note that you will also be removed from the registration process should UNISA find that you were incorrectly admitted.
We know that students are desperate to register with UNISA in 2018 as it is now free for new students that are under a certain income bracket. However, you will need to wait for the next UNISA application period in 2018 before you can hope to study at UNISA.
New Registration Period
Students have been used to being able to register for the following year from November the previous year.
For now, UNISA has removed this early registration period, and you can only register for 2018 in 2018.
This means that for active students who registered quickly you have lost up to 6 weeks of study time.
We highly recommend that you register as early as possible in the new year to ensure that you are processed and receive your study material in good time to send in your first assignment.
First Apply, THEN register
Remember that before you can register at UNISA you first need to successfully apply at the institution, and be accepted. You can learn more about UNISA application dates 2018 here.
It is quite a complicated process, and you need to ensure that you submit every document in exactly the format that UNISA requires it. If you don’t you will not be accepted, and you will have to apply again the following year.
If You Need Help We Are Always Here
If you are feeling under pressure in 2018 don’t forget that we are always here to help. We offer high value, low-cost support for UNISA students in some of the key BCom, BCompt and LLB degrees.
If you are interested to see what we have to offer go to our shop and search for your subjects at the top of the page: http://togetherwepass.co.za/study-groups/.
Last updated: 14 February 2018