Alert: If your study material for semester 1 has not yet been delivered, we urge you to access it via myUnisa while you wait for the delivery of the hard copy versions of your study material. Downloading study material from myUnisa is easy to do. Just follow these steps:

• Go to [ Link ] and login with your student number and password. If you haven't yet activated your myUnisa...
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Anele Nobala is a #DefineTomorrow Unisa ambassador. At the moment he has eight employees & hopes to increase the workforce as the company grows, creating more job opportunities in a tough economic climate. Read more about his story [ Link ]

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Unisa will have a live virtual interactive session for newly registered students on Monday 20 February 2017 , these students will receive an email invitation to join the session – so be sure to check your myLife email for the invite. First year students from anywhere in the world will be able to ask by Prof Gugu Moche (Vice-Principal: Teaching, Learning, Community Engagement and Student...
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With assignment due dates around the corner here are a few tips from the myStudies brochure [ Link ]

PS: If you have not yet received your study material please check myUnisa for all your study material. If the study material is not on myUnisa please supply us with the course code for that particular module. Assignments critical and compulsory – you won’t be allowed to write the...
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Study at Unisa 2017 brochure
Did you know that Unisa has many Telecentres across the country? The purpose of these centres is to reach out to the rural and remote students nationally by providing them with access to internet/computer facilities, for academic purposes. Read more about the centres here > [ Link ]

Telecentre Community Outreach
National Student Representative Council (NSRC) at Unisa is optimistic about a fresh start to avoid academic disruptions and to ensure that quality service delivery is an apex priority. Read more on NSRC's 2017 plans > [ Link ]
The myStudy brochure has all the tips and information you need to succeed at distance learning and specifically, at Unisa. Think of it as a survival kit, complete with map, instructions, advice and a list of tools. Just follow the map, read the instructions, take the advice and use the tools. Download the brochure > [ Link ]
New procedures for collection of study material

At the time of registering you were given 4 options for delivery of first parcels of study materials:

1. Courier
2. SA Post Office (SAPO)
3. Over the counter at the Sunnyside Campus (Pretoria)
4. Over the counter at the Science Campus (Florida)

If you selected options 1 and 2, your parcels are picked and despatched almost immediately, with an...
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New procedures for collection of study material
Thank you to all the new applicants and undergraduate students who registered. Please note the dates for postgraduate qualifications below.
Reminder: Semester 1 registrations and minimum payments for undergraduate qualifications will close on Sunday 5 February 2017. We encourage all applicants and returning students to register online [ Link ]

NB Unisa regional offices will be open for walk-in registrations from 08:00 to 11:30 on Saturday 4 February 2017, but will be closed on Sunday 5 February 2017. Online...
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Update: Registration deadline extended to 5 February 2017

To ensure that all applicants and returning students have sufficient opportunity to register for semester 1, Unisa has extended the deadline for semester 1 registrations for undergraduate qualifications and minimum payments to 5 February 2017.

We encourage all applicants and returning students to register online: [ Link...
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Semester 1 registration extended to 31 January 2017

Semester 1 registration for all undergraduate qualifications has been extended to 31 January 2017. Register online via [ Link ]

The deadline for minimum payments for semester 1 is 31 January 2017.

Unisa online - Web registration
The Unisa website and myUnisa are currently unavailable due to technical problems. We are working hard to resolve the problem. Unisa students can, however, still register via [ Link ] and login to myUnisa via [ Link ]

Unisa online - Web registration
This Friday 27 January 2017 will be the last day for first semester undergraduate registration. Minimum payment is needed by 31 January 2017. For various payment option please go to [ Link ]

Unisa payment methods and banking details
Are you busy with a great research project and currently registered, studying or working in science, engineering, technology or mathematics in South Africa? Then this competition is just for you! Unisa will once again hosting the FameLab Regional Heat on Friday, 3 March 2017 in the Miriam Makeba Concert Hall at the Muckleneuk Campus from 08:30 to 15:30. Registration is free of charge. For more...
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Due to the high volume of registrations on our website we urge you to keep trying or visit your nearest Unisa regional centre for some help [ Link ]

PS Self-help centres are open from 08:00 to 15:30 week days and from 08:00 to 11:30 tomorrow Saturday 21 January 2017 only.

Regional Centres
Getting started: once you've registered the first thing to do is login onto myUnisa, here's a how to video > [ Link ]

Registering on myUnisa

New to long distance learning? Here is a video that explains what your journey will be like while you study with us.