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Applications for UNISA Short Learning Programmes Are Now Open

Applications for UNISA Short Learning Programmes Are Now Open

Applications for UNISA Short Learning Programmes Are Now Open. Unisa, the open distance e-learning university, is now accepting applications for its Short Learning Programmes for the year 2024. These programs cater to individuals seeking focused and flexible learning opportunities.

Unisa Short Learning Programmes

Unisa’s Short Learning Programmes, offered through the Centre for Lifelong Learning (UCL), are designed to address specific learning needs identified by individuals, organizations, or society. The university emphasizes ‘just in time’ and ‘just enough’ learning to provide targeted and practical knowledge.

Application Deadline | 28 February 2024

Prospective students have just over a month, until 28 February 2024, to submit their applications for the Short Learning Programmes.

Diverse Offerings Across Faculties

Unisa provides a wide range of certificates, degrees, and diplomas at various levels, from bachelor to doctoral, through its Short Learning Programmes. The faculties offering these programs include:

  • Accounting Sciences
  • Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  • Economic and Management Sciences
  • Education
  • Human Sciences
  • Law
  • Science, Engineering, and Technology
  • Other, Administration, and Professional

Flexible Entry for Various Applicants

Applicants eligible for these Short Learning Programmes include:

  • First-time Unisa applicants
  • Unisa students seeking to change to a new Short Learning Programme
  • Applicants who previously applied but were not offered a space

Application Process

To apply, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Unisa website.
  2. Click on ‘Apply.’
  3. Under Short Learning Programmes, click on ‘Find Out More.’
  4. Under ‘How to apply?’, click on ‘CLICK HERE to apply online.’
  5. Select ‘Short Learning Programmes’ and follow the prompts.

Submit the required documents, including

  • Copy of school qualifications
  • Copy of official tertiary academic record(s)
  • Copy of ID document (RSA students) or ID/passport (international students)
  • Copy of marriage certificate or divorce decree (if applicable)
  • Sworn translations of documents if not in English or Afrikaans

No Application Fee

It’s important to note that there is no application fee for those applying to Unisa’s Short Learning Programmes. This opportunity allows individuals to enhance their skills and further their careers without financial barriers.

Conclusion

With a diverse array of offerings across faculties, Unisa’s Short Learning Programmes provide a unique opportunity for individuals to acquire targeted knowledge and skills. The open application period until 28 February 2024 allows prospective students to explore these flexible and accessible learning opportunities. Take advantage of this chance to enhance your education and career prospects with Unisa’s Short Learning Programmes.

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