Student fees and funding your studies

Student fees and funding your studies

Unisa’s study fees are generally lower than other higher education institutions, but studying is a significant investment either way. The cost depends on the qualification, obviously, as well as the number of modules you choose.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON CALCULATING THE UNISA FEES

important to assess the full cost of your studies before confirming your modules for registration. What you can afford will affect the number of modules for which you can register. Our fees differ depending on your qualification, your number of modules, and so on, but basically they include prescribed student fees (including registration fees), miscellaneous fees and fees for additional study material.
If you’re registering via the web or the self-help terminals at a regional centre, you can choose your modules and calculate your fees in the process. If you’re registering by post or fax, you should calculate your fees and minimum payments before you register. Either way, please work through this section carefully to ensure that you can successfully complete the registration process.
From the Link above, you can access and download pdf the UNISA Application Fees 2021.

Student fees and funding your studies

Unisa’s study fees are generally lower than other higher education institutions, but studying is still a significant investment either way. The cost depends on the qualification, obviously, as well as the number of modules you choose.
The average student registers for between 4 and 6 modules per year at a cost of between *R1 470,00 and *R3 800,00 per module (*these amounts are subject to change). The module costs do not include your prescribed books. Books are an additional cost that you must factor into your calculations for your full costs of study.


Application for admission fee

The application fee is non-refundable even if you decide not to study through Unisa or do not qualify for admission to Unisa.
Please note that Unisa does not accept cash at any of its offices.

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Bursaries and loans for Unisa students

Unisa’s Division: Student Funding (DSF) administers donor funding in the form of bursaries and loans to Unisa students. The criteria for awarding these bursaries and loans are determined by the donors of the funding. All application forms are available at www.unisa.ac.za/studentfunding

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