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What is the Unisa application fee for 2023?



What is the Unisa application fee for 2023?

Are you feeling nervous about applying to universities, as there are so many options to consider, and each one will significantly affect your future? If so, don’t worry; this article is here to guide you through the process of paying your University of South Africa (Unisa) application fee and provide you with additional helpful information.

What is the Unisa application fee for 2023?

To apply to Unisa, you must pay an R125 application fee online, which is non-refundable under any circumstances. First-time applicants to Unisa are the only ones who have to pay the application fee. If you have already paid an application fee to Unisa, you do not need to make a second payment.

Unisa has provided several payment options to cater to your needs. You can make a cash deposit at any First National Bank (FNB) or ABSA Bank branch in South Africa, but Unisa offices will not accept payments in cash or by check. Debit and credit cards, including Visa and Mastercard, are accepted for payment or registration in person at Unisa in Sunnyside, Florida, or any regional offices.

If you already have a student number at Unisa, you can make cash and direct bank deposits at any FNB and ABSA Bank branches. Make sure to fill out the deposit slip correctly, including the deposit reference, which consists of the first eight blocks for the student number and the code 5370810030 for the application fee. Inaccurate or incomplete data on the bank deposit slip will delay the allocation or transfer of funds to your account, and the University of South Africa cannot be held liable for any delays.

South African students can also make electronic funds transfers (ETF) to Unisa via First National Bank (FNB). If you are not banking with FNB, use the account details provided for EFT. Don’t forget to fill out the reference field appropriately when dealing with electronic transfers.

Unisa offers various payment options via your local bank’s electronic fund transfer (EFT), credit card, or cash deposit. Additionally, the Fees Office can issue a proforma invoice upon request from bursars or sponsors. Invoices will not be generated unless the bursar or sponsor submits a valid purchase order.

Finally, the Unisa application dates for 2023 have been released. The application process for undergraduate limited qualifications, postgraduate diplomas, and honours degrees will be open from 22 November to 7 December 2022. Doctoral qualifications and Master’s degree applications will be open from 11 September 2022 to 31 January 2023. The prescribed Unisa registration fee for the 2023-2024 academic year varies per subject group for undergrads and honours qualifications, ranging between R1,400 -R7,650.

In conclusion, the Unisa application fee payment process may seem daunting, but this guide provides you with a comprehensive overview of available payment options and key dates. With this information, you can navigate the application process with ease and confidence.

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