UNISA Matric Exemption Fee
You may need a matric exemption to study at UNISA. This page will explain everything you need to get your matric exemption.
Who is the Matric Exemption for?
Students who did not pass Senior Certificate with endorsement are required by law to apply for a matriculation exemption through the Matriculation Board.
Foreign students wishing to register for first-degree studies in South Africa must have their school qualifications evaluated by the Matriculation Board that will then issue a certificate of exemption to those who qualify.
A certificate of exemption is issued on application to prospective students who have obtained a Senior Certificate without endorsement or equivalent foreign school-leaving qualification, who meet the requirements of the published regulations, and wish to pursue first degree studies at a South African university.
How to apply for an Exemption Certificate
You can get the application form in the following ways:
- Admissions Offices of universities
- Download it from the Matriculation Board website
- Request it via email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Request that the form is faxed to you.
What is the Matric Exemption Application fee?
The standard application fee in 2022 is R660.00 (non-refundable)
Where to make Payments
The money can be deposited into the following bank account:
Account name: Matriculation Board
Account number: 4059036917
Branch: Sunnyside Branch
Swift code : ABSA ZA JJ
Remember that when completing the bank deposit slip, you must make sure that your surname and initials are clearly indicated in the reference column.
Once you have made the payment make sure that you fax proof of payment to the Matriculation Board at 086 686 1720, or email proof of payment to email@example.com
Author: Chloe Bydawell
Editor: Chloe Bydawell
Date Published: February, 11, 2022