unisa Application Fee 2023-2024

By | October 20, 2019

unisa Application Fee

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unisa Application Fee 

unisa Application Fee for applicants who are applying to the University of South Africa (unisa). The above portal has carefully documented the payment methods needed for paying.

Pay the online application fee of R120,00. Please note that the application fee is non-refundable even if you decide not to study through Unisa or do not qualify for admission to Unisa. Unisa does not accept cash at any of its offices

Fees & payment methods

Fees Office

MBA queries 011 652 0221 or rakomml@unisa.ac.za
MBL queries 011 652 0243 or chabani1@unisa.ac.za
PGD and DBL queries 011 652 0226 or ngwanmt@unisa.ac.za

General queries:

Landline: 011 652 0312 / 0379 / 0380
E-mail: SBLfinance@unisa.ac.za

Student fees are broken down into the following

  • Application fee
  • Tuition fees; split into acceptance deposit and subsequent payment plan
  • Additional fees for students outside of SA and outside of Africa
  • Miscellaneous fees

Application fees formal programmes

  • Online applications R 105
  • Manual applications R 160
  • Visit Unisa web below for any update

Applicants must note that:

Note that Unisa is a cashless environment. Tuition fees need to be settled at the following intervals

  • 50% of total tuition on registration.

Year modules

  • 25% of total tuition on the 15th of May, and then the balance on 15th of August.

Second semester modules

  • 50% of total tuition on the 15th of August.

MBL 1

Option 1 If student chooses to do the Business Research Elective module in Year 1 R116 666
Option 2 If student chooses to do both electives in Year 2 R105 000

MBL 2

Option 1 If student chooses to do the Business Research Elective module in Year 1 R58 333
Option 2 If student chooses to do both electives in Year 2 R70 000

PGD

Tuition Fees Fees for the full first  year of the programme R49 428
TOTAL R49 428

DBL Research Proposal

Tuition Fees 100% of tuition (non-refundable) R7 840
On application Administration Levy (non-refundable) R2 500
TOTAL R10 340

DBL Thesis

Tuition Fees 100% of tuition (non-refundable) R25 813
On application Administration Levy (non-refundable) R0 00
TOTAL R25 813

MBA 1

Option 1 If student chooses to do the 2nd level elective modules in Year 1 R103 650
Option 2 If student chooses to do 2nd level elective modules in Year 2 R93 285

MBA 2

Option 1 If student chooses to do the 2nd level elective modules in Year 1 R51 824
Option 2 If student chooses to do 2nd level elective modules in Year 2 R62 189

Acceptance / registration fees

MBL1 R 58 333
MBL2 R35 000

PGD (June 2018 intake to register for first semester 5 modules)

R14 525
MBA1 R51 825
MBA2 R31 094
DBL
  • Proposal
  • Thesis
R10 340
R25 813

Notes
The acceptance fee is payable on or before registration. Registration will only be processed if this registration fee is settled in full or a valid purchase order is provided. The bursar (sponsorship) letter is not sufficient for registration.

Study material

Students should source their prescribed books from UNISA approved book sellers.

Withdrawal from programme (excluding DBL)

Subject to Section 12(2) of the Consumer Protection Act, a cancellation fee is payable as follows:
Registered students who wish to withdraw from any SBL programme or offering for any reason must do so in writing to the Programme Administrator and the Fees Office: failure to do so will result in the student being liable for the full tuition fees of the programme.
Notes

  • Withdrawal before the programme commencement date will be refunded in full.
  • Withdrawal after the programme commencement date, but before 15 May will result in a liability equal to 50% of tuition fees.
  • Withdrawal after the programme commencement date, but before 15 August will result in a liability equal to 75% of tuition fees.
  • Withdrawal after the programme commencement date, but after 15 August will result in a liability equal to 100% of tuition fees.

Withdrawal from programme (DBL students)

NB: No refunds will be processed if students withdraw from the DBL programme; the student is liable for the full cost of the programme irrespective of date of withdrawal.

Additional fees for students outside of SA and outside of Africa (foreign levies)

Please contact the Fees Office for these costs.

Miscellaneous fees

Please contact the Fees Office for these costs.
These include but are not limited to charges such as supplementary exam fees, re-mark, re-check, mark audit and library fees. These fees could be levied during the course of the academic year. Such charges often appear late in the year, so it is the student responsibility to check for these charges to avoid financial penalties.

Financial blocks and cancelations

Unsettled accounts are subject to financial blocks or/and cancellations. Accounts that are cancelled or blocked will not have access to academic results on the MyUnisa platform.

Failure to settle fees in full

Should a student fail to settle all outstanding amounts, the student risks the following financial penalties: student will be unable to access his/her statement of results, student will not be allowed to form part of the graduation, student will not be accepted into the next academic year of study, and the student runs a risk of being handed over to a third party for collection of outstanding amounts. Once the outstanding account is handed over for collection, the student will be liable for legal costs of recovery.

Payment details

Individual students only (Unisa student deposits)
Cash deposits
No cash or cheques will be accepted at the Unisa offices. Cash or cheques can, however, still be paid into the bank account of the University at any Standard bank branch in South Africa.

Beneficiary: Unisa
Bank: Standard Bank
Account number: 096R
Branch code: 010645
Reference: Your 8-digit Student Number 300077403
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation

For more info visit the school website

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