UNISA part time courses
UNISA provides their students with an option of studying either full time or part-time. The problem with part-time courses is that it will take you more years to complete your study. The good thing about part-time is that you will manage to work and at the same time study.
UNISA short courses
- Professional Practice Framework for Internal Auditor
- Financial and Accounting Principles for Public Entities
- Introduction to Performance Auditing
- Introduction to the Internal Audit Process
- Managing Health and Nutrition in Adverse Conditions
- Introduction to Agribusiness Management
- Community Asset Mapping for Change
- Environmental Law and Liabilities for the Regulated Community
- Environmental Law & Environmental Management Legal Enforcement
- Barista Skills
- Blended-learning Studies
- Business Management
- Industrial and Organisational Psychology
- Public Administration and Management
- School of Business Leadership
- Decision Sciences
- Transport Economics, Logistics, and Tourism
- Business Law
- Criminological Sciences
- Applied Criminal Justice
UNISA courses and fees 2020
The fees charged for the courses offered by UNISA is much lower than other educational institutions. The fees charged depends on your qualifications and the number of modules you have chosen. The average fees that you will pay for between four and six modules will between *R1 470,00 and *R3 800,00 per module. You should understand that the module costs are not inclusive of prescribed books. Therefore, you should factor in the costs of the books in your calculation of the total costs of the study. UNISA short courses fees will be charged just like other courses.
Bridging courses at UNISA
You may want to start with a Bachelors degree, but you do not have a good matric certificate or you do not meet the entry requirements. The only way you can achieve this is by using the lower level qualifications as a bridging course. You should look at the certificate and diploma programmes that are related to the degree program.
Your admission to UNISA depends on meeting various admission requirements for the chosen qualification. If you can’t meet the requirements, you should consider another alternative. Review the general requirements for all the courses you are interested in before making a decision.
How to apply
You can apply for admission through either hardcopy or online using the UNISA application website. After the application closing date, no documents will be accepted. Once you have received a student number from UNISA, you need to pay an application which is non-refundable. You will pay R105 for online applications and R160 for hard copy applications. For banking details visit www.UNISA.ac.za/paymentinfo.
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