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This brochure is for all students except for masters and doctoral students with a
Unisa student number for a formal qualication and who wish to register for a
formal qualication through Unisa in 2012.
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Step 1 Choose/confrm your qualifcation
Step 2 Choose your modules
Step 3 Calculate your fees
Step 4 Confrm your modules
Step 5 Complete and submit your registration form
Step 6 Pay (student fees)
Step 7 Registration approval
Step 8 Prepare for your studies
General registration information
Appendix 1 Examination centre codes
Appendix 2 Other registration codes
Appendix 3 Access programmes
Appendix 4 Transitional arrangements
Appendix 5 Modules with practical components in the College of
Agriculture and Enviromental Sciences (CAES) and the
College of Science Engineering and Technology (CSET)
Appendix 6 List of Unisa offcial booksellers
Appendix 7 Unisa forms
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Contact details
my Walk @ Unisa
A summary of the Unisa registration process
Registration dates for 2012
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2 Unisa rules for students
The information contained in this brochure was accurate at the time of publication (30 September 2011).
For updates, please go to the Unisa website http://www.unisa.ac.za or to the Unisa mobi site http://mobi.unisa.ac.za.
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Contact details
Website: www.unisa.ac.za Mobi: http://mobi.unisa.ac.za
myUnisa: http://my.unisa.ac.za
Once you are registered as a Unisa student, you can download your study material and
submit your assignments online. You can also access certain information such as your
academic record, cancellation requests and study fee balances.
Please send individual enquiries to the diferent e-mail accounts to avoid delays in response
and always include your student number in the subject line.
E-mail addresses:
e study-info@unisa.ac.za for application and registration-related enquiries
(prospective and registered students)
e assign@unisa.ac.za for assignment enquiries
e exams@unisa.ac.za for examination enquiries
e despatch@unisa.ac.za for study material enquiries
e nan@unisa.ac.za for student account enquiries
e gaudeamus@unisa.ac.za for graduation enquiries
e myUnisaHelp@unisa.ac.za for assistance with myUnisa
e myLifeHelp@unisa.ac.za for assistance with myLife e-mail accounts
SMS numbers:
The SMS numbers are only for students residing in South Africa. The cost per SMS is 50c. International
students are urged to make use of the e-mail address info@unisa.ac.za.
e 43578 for applications and registrations
e 43584 for assignments
e 43584 for examinations
e 43579 for study material
e 31954 for student accounts
e 43582 for myUnisa and myLife
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my Walk @ Unisa
Congratulations, you are on Level 2 of your walk at Unisa. This brochure will help you take the next step towards
becoming a registered student.
1 Choose & apply
During this stage, you conrmed that you have the necessary abilities and supportive personal circumstances
to study at an open distance learning university, conrmed that you met the minimum admission requirements
for Unisa, chose a qualication and made sure you met the admission criteria for that specic qualication, and
submitted an application form to Unisa.
2 Register (you are here)
If your application to Unisa was successful, you will have received a registration pack that you will use during your
registration process.
Use the pre-populated form and the course information for the qualication for which you applied to complete your
registration. Registration can be done via the web, post, or in person at a self-help terminal at one of the regional
ofces or campuses.
NB: This phase must be completed otherwise you will not be eligible to write exams or receive any credits for
work done in the year.
3 Teach & learn
After registration you will receive a study pack from Unisa. This will include your study material and a brochure
called my Studies @ Unisa. This is where your studies begin. The my Studies @ Unisa brochure includes orientation
information and study advice that will aid your success at Unisa. You will also nd out how to access your study
material online.
4 Graduate & lifelong learning
You will progress to my Link @ Unisa once you have graduated and will join the group of Unisa alumni. During this
phase you can choose to remain in contact with the university and other alumni.
In keeping with Unisas philosophy of lifelong learning and giving back, we encourage our alumni to remain in
contact with the university not only for the networking and academic opportunities that present themselves, but
also to participate in the education of new students in a mentorship role.
Lets begin the journey with Step 2 Register
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You must register if you want to
study through Unisa in 2012.
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A summary of the Unisa registration process
What must I do?
What must I do?
What will Unisa do?
Choose/conrm your qualication
Choose your modules
Conrm your modules
Pay
Complete and submit your registration form
You can register online (www.unisa.ac.za/myregistration), at a self-help computer
terminal, via the post, at a branch of the SAPO or by fax
Calculate your fees
Process your registration
Send you your study material
via courier or post
Join myLife and myUnisa and
download your study material
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Category Registration
opens
Registration
closes
Registration
re-opens after recess
Closes*
Semester 1/semester 2/
year modules
Monday
28 November 2011
Tuesday 20
December 2011
for self-help
registrations
Tuesday
3 January 2012
Monday
23 January 2012
for semester 1
(payment accepted
until 1 February
2012 for semester 1
modules)
Internet/self-help/
post & fax
12:00 on Friday
23 December
2011 for internet,
post and fax
Monday
19 March 2012
for year modules and
semester 2 modules
Saturdays open: 7 January 2012, 14 January 2012 and 10 March 2012
Registration opens Registration closes
Semester 2
Internet/self-help/
post & fax
Monday 18 June 2012 Friday 13 July 2012
Saturdays open: 7 July 2012
Unisa ofces will close at 12:00 on Friday 23 December 2011 and re-open on Tuesday 3 January 2012. No
registration documentation will be accepted by post, fax or online during this period.
*NB: You will have to pay the minimum registration fee per module by the appropriate
closing date before your registration will be nalised for 2012. No registration will be
processed if the fees are received after the appropriate closing date.
Registration dates for 2012
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Registration process
There are eight steps to a successful registration. Each part of the process is important in completing your
registration successfully. We have therefore included information that is important for you to know at each stage.
Note: If you use the electronic channels (web or self-help terminals at the regional centres) to complete and submit
your registration, you will be prompted when information is missing or incorrect, This will assist you in ensuring
that you include all important details and upload all necessary documents when submitting your registration.
If you choose to register by post, at the South African Post Ofce or by fax, the responsibility for the accuracy and
inclusion of your information rests with you. We therefore urge you to register as soon as registration opens if you
will be registering via one of these channels, as missing or incorrect information may cause delays in the approval of
your registration.
Step 1 Choose/conrm your qualication Page 10
Step 2 Choose your modules Page 12
Step 3 Calculate your fees Page 14
Step 4 Conrm your modules Page 14
Step 5 Complete and submit your registration form Page 15
Step 6 Pay (student fees) Page 22
Step 7 Registration approval Page 32
Step 8 Prepare for your studies Page 33
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Step 1 - Choose/conrm your qualication
The rst step in registration is conrming or choosing your qualication. In the choose & apply level you would have
chosen a qualication, and checked that you met all minimum and qualication-specic admission requirements.
If you are a returning Unisa student and wish to choose a new qualication, we suggest that you work through
the information in the my Choice @ Unisa brochure. This information is also available on the Unisa website
(http://www.unisa.ac.za). For ease of reference, we have included the statutory minimum admission requirements
with which students will need to comply. If you do not meet these minimum admission criteria, please look at the
conditions for exemption on the Unisa website.
Bachelors degree
To be able to register for a bachelors degree, you must hold one of the following certicates:
National Senior Certicate with entry level: degree
Senior Certicate with matriculation or university admission endorsement (exemption)
Certicate of full or conditional exemption issued by the Matriculation Board of
Higher Education South Africa (HESA)
National Certicate (vocational) at level 4 with entry level: degree
If you do not have an exemption certicate, please make contact with Unisas Access and Matriculation
Exemption Ofce about whether you qualify for any other types of exemption certicates
(eg on the grounds of foreign qualications or post-school qualications)
National diplomas
To be able to register for a diploma, you must hold one of the following:
National Senior Certicate with entry level: diploma/degree
Senior or School Leaving Certicate with or without a matriculation exemption/endorsement, but with at
least ve subjects on higher and/or standard grade
Qualify for a certicate of full or conditional exemption issued by the Matriculation Board of
Higher Education South Africa (HESA)
Standard 8 or Grade 10 certicate, be 23 years or older, and have 3 years work experience
National Certicate (vocational) at level 4 with entry level: diploma/digree
Bachelor of Technology degree
To be able to register for a Bachelor of Technology degree, you must hold an applicable National diploma.
Non-degree purposes (NDP)
To be able to register for any module for non-degree purposes, you must:
Meet the admission requirements for the programme level on which the module is ofered
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Important considerations
Is there an examination venue near you?
Have you checked that there is a Unisa exam venue close to where you live? Go to page 54 of this brochure and
make sure that you will not have to travel long distances to get to an exam venue. Travelling long distances to an
exam venue can be both demanding on you and expensive.
Have you completed your education outside of South Africa and wish to register
for a qualication through Unisa?
Bachelors degree
e Apply for a cerfi6cafe of condifional mafric exempfion. This you can do fhrough fhe Access and Mafric
Exemption ofce at Unisa (ame@unisa.ac.za).
All other qualications, excluding masters and doctoral qualications
e Confacf fhe Sfudenf Admissions and Regisfrafions Direcforafe for more informafion (infernafionalQunisa.ac.za).
e Confacf fhe Soufh African Ouali6cafions Aufhorify (SAOA) for an evaluafion of your quali6cafions.
This evaluation will need to accompany your registration.
Have you checked whether your chosen qualication has a
work-integrated learning component?
Specic modules in qualications ofered at Unisa include a practical work component that must be completed in
South Africa. This experience is called work-integrated learning or experiential learning, and must be completed
under the supervision of a suitably qualied and experienced person. This experience is mandatory for passing that
module and achieving your qualication. Please check, before registering, that you will be able to complete this
practical work-integrated learning component. Students who do not have placement at an employer can contact
the relevant academic department which will, in collaboration with the WIL and regional ofces of Unisa, assist in
nding the student a suitable employer to gain this experience.
The following table contains the modules with a WIL component:
College of Agriculture &
Environmental Sciences
College of Economic &
Management Sciences
College of Human
Sciences
College of Science,
Engineering & Technology
AGT 201A NCP101N PMP301P PREPRAC CEP101E MSP352T
AGP301A NCP201N APP4801 CEP201E MSP242S
APH2601 EPR101E PEC201C
APH3701 EPR201E PEC301C
APH4801 IDP101E PUP101P
ANH301A IDP201E PUP201P
GPM201A MCP101E PUP301P
GPM3701 MCP201E SMR121Q
HOR1601 MPR101E SMR230P
HTP101H MPR201E SMR351Y
HTP201H MSP101R
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Step 2 - Choose your modules
Each qualication is structured over a dened period, usually between two and four academic years. To achieve your
qualication, you will be expected to pass a dened total number of modules. These module choices are specied
in the course information. You may not register for more than 120 credits per year and 60 credits per semester.
Undergraduate modules usually consist of 12 NQF credits and honours modules usually consist of 24 NQF credits.
Please ensure that your chosen modules do not clash in terms of examination dates. Please check the provisional
examination timetable.
NB: When you choose your modules, please remember that you will need between 6 and 8 hours per week for
semester modules and between 4 and 6 hours per week for year modules. This means that for 3 semester modules
you will need an average of 4 hours per day of study time, including one rest day. So choose wisely. Rather choose
the number of modules that you know you can successfully pass than take on too many.
You must pass the required number of credits per year:
Important considerations
What is recognition of prior learning (RPL) and do I qualify?
Unisas RPL programme allows you to apply for recognition and credit for skills and learning acquired through
means other than through formal learning programmes. Your skill and knowledge will be evaluated and if it is
found to be relevant, you may be granted appropriate credits. RPL may thus make it possible for you to either gain
access to or earn credits towards a Unisa qualication based on prior non-formal learning, thereby reducing your
study time. If you are interested in RPL, please send an e-mail to rpl@unisa.ac.za.
Do modules taken for non-degree purposes count towards the maximum number of credits?
You may not register for more than 60 NQF credits in a semester, that is, not more than 5 modules per semester
of 12 credits each. This does not include supplementary and/or aegrotat examinations which you may have been
given in a previous academic year. Any modules taken for non-degree/non-diploma purposes also count as part
of the 60 credits. Students registering for year modules may not register for more than 120 NQF credits per year.
Please plan your studies in accordance with the above rules.
How long do I have to complete my qualication?
It is important to note that although you may study at your own pace, there is a maximum period within which
you must complete your qualication. You must bear this in mind when selecting and structuring your modules per
study year.
Minimum number of credits to be passed annually
In your rst year of study 36
In your second or further years of study 48
Approved qualication duration You must complete the qualication within
2 years 5 years
3 years 8 years
4 years 10 years
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Course information
Included in the registration pack is a college curriculum brochure. Find your qualication and then use the
information in the curriculum that looks like the template below to choose your modules. Ensure that you meet all
the pre-requisites and co-requisites.
e A Name of quali6cafion (eg Sc)
e Ouali6cafion code (eg 02089)
e C Speci6c admission requiremenfs
e D Compulsory and elecfive modules on fhe dierenf levels
e E Applicable pre-requisifes and co-requisifes, indicafed as Pre or Co respecfively
Pre-requisites means that you must have passed that module and/or modules before you can
take the selected module.
Co-requisites means that you must take the module indicated as a co-requisite with the specic module.
e F Level on fhe Nafional Ouali6cafions Framework
e G Tofal Nafional Ouali6cafions Framework credifs for complefion of quali6cafion
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Qualication A NQF level F
Qualication code B Total NQF credits G
Admission requirements C
First level Second level Third level
Compulsory and
elective modules
Pre/co-
requisites
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How to use this information
- Start by marking the modules you have already passed.
- Then select the module(s) for which you plan to register in 2012.
- Check that you meet the necessary pre-requisites for the modules for which you
plan to register. If not, change your selection.
- Check for co-requisites as well; you may need to change or add modules to
meet the co-requisites.
- Module codes change from time to time, so please check the table of equivalents for
modules that you might have passed which had a different code previously. This table of
equivalents is available on the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za).
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Step 3 - Calculate your fees
It is important to assess the full cost of your studies before conrming your modules for registration.
The cost includes:
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When registering, you will have to pay a prescribed minimum fee before your registration will be conrmed.
This payment must be received by Unisa before the closing date for registration. The remainder of the
fees must be paid by the prescribed due dates please make sure that you meet these payment dates
otherwise you will not be allowed to write exams. The fees and closing dates for payments for 2012 are
available on page 22 of this brochure.
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Some modules have prescribed books which you will need to purchase for your studies. We suggest that you
contact Unisa (012 429 4152; vospresc@unisa.ac.za) before you register to request an advance list of the
prescribed books. You will then be able to request a quotation from one of Unisas ofcial booksellers. This
list is available on page 106 of this brochure.
If you are registering via the web or the self-help terminals at a regional centre, you will be able to choose modules
and calculate fees during the registration process. If you are registering by post, at a branch of the South African Post
Ofce or by fax, we suggest that you use the fee tables in this brochure to calculate the fees and minimum payments
before you register.
Step 4 - Conrm your modules
You are now ready to complete and submit your registration form
Use the following checklist to conrm your modules for registration: Tick
1 My modules do not exceed 60 credits per semester and 120 credits per year.
2 I am sure that I have enough time per week to study for each of my modules
(6-8 hours per week for semester modules).
3 I have checked the pre-requisites and comply.
4 I have checked the co-requisites and comply.
5 I have checked the provisional examination timetable and there are no exam
clashes for my chosen modules.
6 I have calculated the study fees and I can aford to pay for my studies.
7 I have checked the payment dates and I can meet the payments for my chosen modules.
8 I have contacted Unisa for a list of prescribed books and have received a
quotation from the booksellers.
9 I can aford to pay for these books.
NB: Detailed fees, closing dates for fee payments, methods of payment and indications of other
study material costs are available in this brochure from page 22 to page 31. Please read this
information carefully before you register.
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Delivery options
Before you start the registration process, please choose how you would like your rst study material pack to be
delivered: courier or post. Please note that this selection only applies to the rst study pack and that all material that
follows will be sent via ordinary mail service to the South African Post Ofce.
Once you are a registered Unisa student, you may also register on myUnisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), Unisas
student portal, to access your study material online. Study material is also available on CD, free of charge,
at certain of Unisas ofces.
Courier
Provide Unisa with your cellphone number and a physical address to which your study material package may be
delivered between 08:00 and 16:00. You will be contacted by telephone to conrm a delivery time and date
that is convenient. Please note that there is no additional fee to courier your study material.
Post
Provide Unisa with a correct address, suburb and postal code to avoid unnecessary delays. You will receive an SMS
and a parcel notication from the Post Ofce informing you that the parcel is ready to collect. Please collect the
parcel from the Post Ofce within 21 days of the date stamped on the parcel notication. You must have your ID
with you to collect. If you do not collect the package it will be returned to Unisa.
Step 5 - Complete and submit
your registration form
You will nd guidelines on page 20 of this brochure on how to complete the registration
form. Please read through these guidelines carefully to ensure that you complete the form
correctly, particularly if you are posting or submitting your registration documents at a
branch of the South African Post Ofce.
Unisa has ve channels that you can use to register:
1 Online via the Unisa website (www.unisa.ac.za/myregistration)
2 In person at a self-help computer terminal at certain of Unisas ofces
3 Via the post: Registration @ Unisa, PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003
4 Submit your registration form at a branch of the South African Post Ofce (SAPO)
5 By fax: 012 429 4150
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Registration option 1 Online registration
Unisas online registration process is quick and simple. By registering online, you will be prompted when
information is missing or incorrect, This will assist you in ensuring that you include all important details and upload
all necessary documents when submitting your registration.
e Go fo fhe Unisa regisfrafion websife af hffp.//regisfrafion.unisa.ac.za.
e Enfer your sfudenf number in fhe block provided and follow fhe links. |f you do nof have a sfudenf number
you will not be able to continue with registration. Please rst apply to Unisa to receive a student number
in the next application period.
e Check your personal defails on fhe screen and change any defails fhaf are incorrecf.
e Enfer fhe module(s) for which you wanf fo regisfer. Ensure fhaf
- you meet all the pre-requisites and that you are eligible to register for the module selected
- you have entered the correct module code
- you have selected the correct semester (1 = rst semester; 2 = second semester)
- you have indicated in which language (English or Afrikaans) you want to receive your study material
e Choose how you would like fo have your sfudy maferial delivered ~ by courier or posf.
e Calculafe your fees
- Use the fee quotation link on the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/feequote) to obtain a total fee
quotation for the cost of the modules that you have selected.
- Note the minimum fee payment that must be made before Unisa will begin to process your registration. If
these fees are more than you can aford, go back to your choice of modules and delete some of the modules.
Please check that you still meet all the pre-requisites and co-requisites.
- Repeat this process until you are comfortable that you will be able to meet the fee payments.
e Pay your fees
- If you are satised that you can aford the modules selected, and have a credit card, you can make
payment online: http://www.unisa.ac.za/feepayment.
- If you do not have a credit card, you may pay at a Standard Bank or at a branch of the South African Post Ofce
and fax the deposit slip to Unisa at 012 429 4150. Please use your student number as your reference number.
e Complefe fhe process by submiffing your regisfrafion form.
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Registration option 2 In person at a self-help computer terminal
Please use the table on the next page to locate your nearest self-help terminal
1 Read this brochure and complete your registration form before going to a Unisa ofce.
2 Take your registration form and this brochure with you when you register. Please note that no additional
copies of this brochure will be made available at Unisas campuses or regional ofces.
3 You will be referred to a self-help computer at which you can nalise your registration by following the
prompts/instructions on the screen. Unisa staf will be available in the registration halls to assist you.
Once you get to a computer, you must do the following:
e Type in your sfudenf number.
e You will be aufomafically guided fo a screen fhaf requires you fo con6rm fhe correcfness of your personal
information. If you are satised with the details, click Yes. If you need to make changes, click No. This will
allow you to make changes to your personal information. When you are satised with the changes, click Yes to
submit the information.
e Now selecf fhe modules for which you wanf fo regisfer. Use fhe drop-down menu provided for each module.
After successfully selecting the modules section and accepting the information on the summary page,
click Proceed with temporary registration.
e |f you have a credif card, you may pay your fees online. |f you do nof have a credif card, you may pay af a
Standard Bank or at a branch of the South African Post Ofce. Fax the deposit slip to Unisa at 012 429 4150.
Please use your student number as your reference number.
e If you pay at least the minimum fee at the self-help computer, you may immediately print out a conrmation of
your registration. If you have not made the required minimum payment, you will receive a printout indicating the
details of the modules you selected and the payment details (minimum fee payable, total fee and payment options).
e Once your regisfrafion has been 6nalised, please go fo fhe sfudy maferial foasfer kiosk fo download your sfudy
material and the my Studies @ Unisa brochure. This will help you to begin planning your study activities.
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CAMPUS
Gauteng
Sunnyside Corner of Mears and Walker streets, Sunnyside

Florida Corner of Christiaan de Wet Road & Pioneer Avenue, Florida, 1709

JSE JSE Annexe Building, 1 Kerk Street, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2001

Ekurhuleni Corner of R51 & Brazil Street, Daveyton

Vaal Triangle Sedibeng College for FET, 6 Frikkie Meyer Boulevard, Vanderbijlpark, 1600
(From 1 November 2012)
The Hangar Building, 1
st
oor, Voortrekker Road, Vereeniging

Cape Coastal
Parow 15 Jean Simonis Street, Parow, 7500

George Joubert Plaza 1, 100 Meade Steet, George, 6530

Port Elizabeth Greyville House, corner of Cape, Greyville & Ring roads,
Green Acres, Port Elizabeth

East London 10 St Lukes Road, Southernwood, East London, 5201

Mthatha Corner of York Road & Victoria Street

KwaZulu-Natal
Durban 230 Stalwart Simelane Street (previously Stanger Street), Durban, 4001

Pietermaritzburg 1 Langalibalele Street (previously Longmarket Street), Pietermaritzburg, 3201

Newcastle Corner of Sutherland & Harding streets, Newcastle, 2940

Richards Bay Unit 5,111 Dollar Drive, Richards Bay, 3900

Wild Coast Wild Coast Main Road, Mzamba Beach, Bizana, 4800

Midlands
Rustenburg Forum Building, 1st oor, corner of Steen Street & Oliver Tambo Road,
Rustenburg, 0300

Bloemfontein NRE Building, 2nd oor, 161 Zastron Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein, 9301

Makeng 29 Main Street, corner of Warren and Main streets, Makeng, 2745

Potchefstroom 20 Auret Street, Potchesfstroom, 2531

Kimberley NIHE Building, Chapel Street, Kimberley, 8300

Kroonstad NFS Building, 36 Brand Street,1st oor, Kroonstad, 9499

North Eastern
Polokwane 29A Landdros Mar Street, Polokwane, 0700

Nelspruit 31 Brown Street, Nelspruit, 1200

Middelburg Town Square Building, corner of Walter Sisulu & Bhimy Damane streets,
Middleburg, 1055

Makhado 87 Krogh Street, Standard Bank building, Ofce 2, Makhado, 0920

Giyani First oor, room 11, Absa building, Masingita Complex,
Giyani Road, Giyani, 0826

Ethiopia
Addis Ababa Akaki Regional Learning Centre, Addis Ababa

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Registration option 3 & 4 Post and the South African Post Ofce
Completed registration forms may either be posted or submitted at any branch of the South African Post Ofce.
If you are submitting your registration form using one of these channels, please check that you have completed
the registration form correctly using the information provided in this brochure. Please note that any errors or
inaccuracies on your registration form may result in your registration being delayed.
Completed registration documents and payments must reach Unisa before the closing date for registrations.
Use the payment information in this brochure to calculate your minimum fees and pay at a Standard Bank or any
branch of the South African Post Ofce. Please ensure that you use your student number as your reference number
when making your payment. Proof of payment must be faxed to Unisa on 012 429 4150 or included with your
registration documents.
Please do not include cash or cheques with your documents.
Unisa postal address for registration forms
Registration @ Unisa
PO Box 392
Unisa
0003
Registration option 5 Fax
Completed registration forms may also be faxed to Unisa on 012 429 4150 with your proof of payment.
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Guidelines for completing the registration form
New and re-registering students
e Check fhe informafion on fhe pre-populafed regisfrafion form for accuracy.
e Complefe fhe missing informafion according fo fhe guidelines on fhe following page.
Returning students registering for a new qualication
e Complefe fhe regisfrafion form in full.
Note
e Complefe fhe regisfrafion form in black ink and wrife as clearly as possible.
e Make fwo addifional phofocopies of fhe form, before you begin, in case you make an error when 6rsf complefing if.
e ofh sides of fhe form musf be complefed.
Credit card payments
You may use your credit card to pay your Unisa study fees online (this is a secure site) or at a Unisa ofce.
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Guidelines
Check that your qualication and personal information is correct.
Please conrm the language that Unisa will use to communicate with you.
If you have a disability, please look at Appendix 2 for the necessary code.
01 is the code for no disability.
Check your cellphone number and myLife e-mail address
(if you already have one). This is how Unisa will contact you.
Please check the exam centres carefully and ensure that this code corresponds with where you would
like to write your exams. Remember that you will only be allowed to change exam venues up to one
month before the exam period starts.
Select the method in which study material must be sent to you. This choice only applies to the rst study
pack that you receive. All study material can be found on myUnisa or will be sent through the normal
postal service.
Ensure that your postal and courier address (if applicable) are correct, with the
correct postal codes.
Study unit code this is the module code you will have received with your registration form.
You can nd more information about your modules at http://www.unisa.ac.za/mymodules
Mark
e whefher you are complefing fhis for non-degree purposes (NDP)
e fhe period for which you are regisfering. semesfer 1 (1), semesfer 2 (2), fhe year (0)
(this applies to year modules only)
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Step 6 - Pay (student fees)
Student fees
The university will not accept cash or cheques at any of its ofces. Cash may, however, still be paid into the
universitys bank account, at any Standard Bank branch or at any branch of the South African Post Ofce.
The government is currently investigating the subsidy for foreign students. Your attention is drawn to the fact that
prescribed student fees could increase substantially in the future. The university reserves the right to charge fees in
certain countries in the currency of that country.
Prescribed student fees for 2012
Fees are valid for the 2012 academic year only. Prescribed student fees include registration, examinations
(excluding special, sick and supplementary examinations) and admission to discussion classes.
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- A minimum amount is payable on registration in respect of each module or paper for which you register.
- The minimum amount payable on registration is dependent on the number of individual study units for which
you register.
- A minimum initial amount is payable for each module. Students applying for Matriculation Exemption must
note that the Matriculation Exemption fee forms part of the minimum fee amount payable.
- The minimum amount payable on registration will be forfeited should the relevant study unit be cancelled.
- Note that compulsory miscellaneous fees, where applicable, are also payable on registration. These fees
include the levy for students in foreign countries and levies for additional study material. After payment of the
initial amount on registration, the outstanding balance must be paid before the relevant dates.
- All fees must be paid into the correct allocation or else the university will not be able to process your registration.
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The levy for students in foreign countries must be paid in addition to the minimum initial payment on
registration. A student must be in possession of a student number before registration can be processed or
fees paid or deposited into the Standard Bank account. The fees for all fourth-level modules will be charged
the same as for honours-level modules.
Any legal fees that arise due to actions taken by Unisa to collect unpaid student fees will be for the
account of the student.
NB: Please note that the University no longer banks with Absa Bank. Our new bank is Standard Bank,
see account details on pages 23 and 24
Payment methods
Debit cards Debit card payments are only accepted if you pay or register in person at Unisa in
Sunnyside/Florida or at one of the regional ofces.
Credit cards Credit cards are restricted to Visa and Mastercard. Credit card payments are
accepted if you pay or register in person at Unisa in Sunnyside/Florida or at one of
the regional ofces.
Please note that these are
real-time transactions.
Unisa web credit card
payments
Unisa web payment link:
www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo (this is a secure site)
Postal orders, money
orders & bank drafts
Postal orders, money orders and bank drafts should be made payable to Unisa. This method of payment will only be
accepted if posted to the university.
Telegraphic money
order (TMO)
Students must state surname, rst names, address, student number (if known) and
for what purpose this payment is made. The TMO must be addressed to Unisa
UNISARAND for delivery and payment by the Unisarand Post Ofce.
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Payment methods
Bank deposit Bank deposits can be made at any Standard Bank branch in South Africa,
e if you already have a sfudenf number
e in respecf of fees, for example. sfudy fees, examinafion fees
(supplementary, sick or special exam fees), exemption fees,
and library charges
e provided fhaf fhe deposif slip is correcfly 6lled in as follows.
Deposit to: Unisa student deposits
Bank account number: 096R
Deposit reference: rst eight (8) blocks are for the student
number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a
0 must be lled in as the rst digit of the student number) leave
one block open, then ll in the code number 5400374721 for study
fees, 5400374225 for Library fees or 5352X74608 for
Matriculation Exemption fees
If a cheque is deposited, also write your student number on the back
of the cheque.
Should any of the information on the bank deposit slip
be incomplete or incorrect, the transaction will not be
processed by the bank and or cause delay in the allocation
or transfer of funds to your account.
Payments will be allocated within two days, except over
weekends, to the study fees account provided that all the
information on the deposit is correct.
Internet/
electronic
payments
Please note that Unisa is a pre-approved beneciary.
e Selecf Unisa on the beneciary eld.
e You will nof be required fo complefe fhe bank accounf or
branch code details.
e Ensure fhaf fhe reference 6eld is complefed correcfly.
Deposit reference: rst eight (8) blocks are for the student number
(If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be
lled in as the rst digit of the student number) leave one block
open, then ll in the code number 5400374721 for study fees,
5400374225 for Library fees or 5352X74608 for Matriculation
Exemption fees
Should any of the information be incomplete or incorrect,
the transaction will not be processed by the bank and
or cause a delay in the allocation or transfer of funds
to your account.
Payments will be allocated within two days, except over
weekends, to the study fees account provided that all the
information on the deposit is correct.
South African
Post Ofce
(SAPO)
Deposit reference rst eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If
the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be lled in
as the rst digit of the student number) leave one block open, then ll in
the number 5400374721 for study fees, 5400374225 for Library fees or
5352X74608 for Matriculation exemption fees
Provide the reference number to the SAPO cashier and
state that you want to pay Unisa.
International
students
Please note
that this bank
account can
ONLY be used
by international
students.
The preferred method of payment is credit card via the Unisa website. The
Unisa web payment link is www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo. Alternatively, you
can make payment by means of a SWIFT/EFT transfer
(see bank account details below).
SWIFT/EFT transfers can be made
e if you already have a sfudenf number
e in respecf of fees, for example. sfudy fees, examinafion fees
(supplementary, sick or special exam fees),exemption fees
and library charges
e provided fhaf fhe defails are 6lled in as follows.
Bank: Standard Bank
Beneciary: Unisa student deposits
Branch code: 010645
Swift code: SBZAZAJJ
Account number: 011554622
Deposit reference: rst eight (8) blocks are for the student number
(If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be
lled in as the rst digit of the student number) leave one block
open, then ll in the number 5400374721 for study fees,
5400374225 for Library fees or 5352X74608 for Matriculation
Exemption fees
Please note that credit card payments are
real-time transactions.
Submit proof of payment to international@unisa.ac.za.
Refunds e Requesfs have fo be made in wrifing and musf be signed by
the registered student.
e Refund form is available in my Studies @ Unisa.
e Requesf can be e-mailed fo 6nanQunisa.ac.za or
faxed to +27 (12) 4298147
e Refunds will be processed wifhin 21 days from receipf of requesf
e Credif balances exceeding fhe fofal sfudy fees paid by sponsors or
bursaries will be refunded to the sponsor or bursary concerned
No refunds for credit balances less than
R100.00 will be allowed.
General e The university reserves the right not to render service to students
with outstanding balances.
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Complete the deposit slip according to the table below
Unisa student deposits Reference number
a) Study fees 5 4 0 0 3 7 4 7 2 1
b) Matriculation fees 5 3 5 2 X7 4 6 0 8
c) Learning centre 5 4 0 0 3 7 4 0 7 1
d) Library fees 5 4 0 0 3 7 4 2 2 5
096R
8 digit student number
Leave a block empty after
your student number
A Standard Bank deposit slip
1
2
1
3 4 5
2
3
4
5
Last day for cancellation of semester 1 modules (full payment forfeited after this date) 15 March 2012
Last day for cancellation of year papers/modules; minimum payment forfeited
(initial payment and second payment forfeited after this date)
15 May 2012
Last day for cancellation of semester 2 modules (full payment forfeited after this date) 15 August 2012
Last day for cancellation of year papers/modules; minimum and second payment forfeited
(full payment forfeited after this date)
15 August 2012
Registration cancellation dates for 2012
Please take note of exclusion from studies, on page 43, before cancelling any study unit/s.
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Description Semester Total Minimum
amount payable
on registration
Due by 15
March 2012
Due by 15
May 2012
Due by 15
August 2012
Subjects in Education, Law, Libraries, Museums, Psychology, Administration and Social Services
Half module


S1 R570.00 R270.00 R300.00
S2 R570.00 R270.00 R300.00
year R570.00 R270.00 R300.00
Module / Paper


S1 R1,140.00 R540.00 R600.00
S2 R1,140.00 R540.00 R600.00
year R1,140.00 R540.00 R600.00
Full-year course Year R2,280.00 R1,080.00 R600.00 R600.00
Subjects in Business; Commerce and Management Sciences; Computer Science and Data Processing;
Language, Linguistics and Literature; Philosophy; Religion and Theology: and Social Sciences Studies
Half module


S1 R556.00 R270.00 R286.00
S2 R556.00 R270.00 R286.00
year R556.00 R270.00 R286.00
Module / Paper


S1 R1,112.00 R540.00 R572.00
S2 R1,112.00 R540.00 R572.00
year R1,112.00 R540.00 R572.00
Full-year course Year R2,224.00 R1,080.00 R574.00 R570.00
Subjects in Architecture and Environment Design; Engineering and Engineering Technology; Home
Economics; Industrial Arts, Trades and Technology; Mathematical Sciences; and Physical Education,
Health Education and Leisure
Half module


S1 R543.00 R270.00 R273.00
S2 R543.00 R270.00 R273.00
year R543.00 R270.00 R273.00
Module / Paper


S1 R1,086.00 R540.00 R546.00
S2 R1,086.00 R 540.00 R546.00
year R1,086.00 R540.00 R546.00
Full-year course Year R2,172.00 R1,080.00 R542.00 R550.00
Subjects in Agriculture and Renewable Natural Resources; Arts, Visual and Performing Arts; Health
Care and Health Sciences and Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.
Half module


S1 R491.00 R270.00 R221.00
S2 R491.00 R270.00 R221.00
year R491.00 R270.00 R221.00
Module / Paper


S1 R982.00 R540.00 R442.00
S2 R982.00 R540.00 R442.00
year R982.00 R540.00 R442.00
Full-year course Year R1,964.00 R1,080.00 R444.00 R440.00
Prescribed student fees: undergraduate level
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Description Semester Total Minimum
amount payable
on registration
Due by 15
March 2012
Due by 15
May 2012
Due by 15
August 2012
Subjects in Education, Law, Libraries, Museums, Psychology, Administration and Social Services
Half module Year R807.00 R360.00 R220.00 R227.00
Module S1 R1,614.00 R750.00 R864.00
S2 R1,614.00 R750.00 R864.00
Year R1,614.00 R750.00 R434.00 R430.00
Full-year
course/ Paper
Year R3,228.00 R1,460.00 R888.00 R880.00
Full-year course/
Paper 36 SAQA
Year R4,842.00 R2,200.00 R1,322.00 R1,320.00
Subjects in Business; Commerce and Management Sciences; Computer Science and Data Processing;
Language, Linguistics and Literature; Philosophy; Religion and Theology: and Social Sciences Studies
Half module Year R759.00 R360.00 R199.00 R200.00
Module


S1 R1,518.00 R750.00 R768.00
S2 R1,518.00 R750.00 R768.00
Year R1,518.00 R750.00 R378.00 R390.00
Full-year
course/Paper
Year R3,036.00 R1,460.00 R796.00 R780.00
Full-year course/
Paper 36 SAQA
Year R4,554.00 R2,200.00 R1,177.00 R1,177.00
Subjects in Architecture and Environment Design; Engineering and Engineering Technology; Home
Economics; Industrial Arts, Trades and Technology; Mathematical Sciences; and Physical Education,
Health Education and Leisure
Half module
Module


Year R723.00 R360.00 R363.00
S1 R1,446.00 R750.00 R696.00
S2 R1,446.00 R750.00 R696.00
Year R1,446.00 R750.00 R350.00 R346.00
Full-year
course/Paper
Year R2,892.00 R1,460.00 R722.00 R710.00
Full-year course/
Paper 36 SAQA
Year R4,338.00 R2,200.00 R1,038.00 R1,100.00
Subjects in Agriculture and Renewable Natural Resources; Arts, Visual and Performing Arts; Health
Care and Health Sciences and Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.
Half module
Module


Year R665.00 R360.00 R155.00 R150.00
S1 R1,330.00 R750.00 R580.00
S2 R1,330.00 R750.00 R580.00
Year R1,330.00 R750.00 R300.00 R280.00
Full-year
course/Paper
Year R2,660.00 R1,460.00 R600.00 R600.00
Full-year course/
Paper 36 SAQA
Year R3,990.00 R2,200.00 R890.00 R900.00
Prescribed student fees: honours/4th-year level
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Supplementary, special and
aegrotat examinations
R 170.00 Per study unit
Remarking of examinations
scripts
R 300.00 Examination scripts and closing dates for
application (per examination script). Closing dates
for the receipt of applications to have examination
answer scripts rechecked/remarked are as follows:
Checking of marks R 130.00 * October/November 2011 examinations: 31
January 2012
*January /February 2012 supplementary
examinations:
30 March 2012
* May/June 2012 examinations:
31 July 2012
Issuing of complete or
conditional exemption
certicates by the Matriculation
Board (payable before or
on registration)
R 380.00 The fees are payable before or on registration
Dishonoured cheques R 450.00
Levy on students in foreign
countries
Category Levy per course Levy per module Students with an address or examination
centre outside the RSA must pay the additional
compulsory levy on registration:
A R 850.00 R 425.00 Category A : Africa
Category B : Rest of the world
B R 1,700.00 R 850.00 Students who, after registration change
their postal address to a foreign address or
examination centre will be liable to pay the
foreign levy as specied. The levy for foreign
students is not transferable and also not
refundable; this rule also applies to the change of
address from foreign countries to South Africa.
Learning centres tutorial levy
(Per student per semester)
R 100.00
Library card (Smart card) R 45.00 Students who are liable for the Library card fees
are:
* Students who apply for a card for the rst time
* Students who previously had a card but need a
new one
* Students whose previous card is lost or
damaged
Students who are in possession of a Library card
and re-register do not need to apply or pay
for a new card; the old card will be activated
automatically
If you indicated "YES" on the registration form
with regard to the Library card, the card fees will
automatically be payable upon registration as part
of your minimum payment
Amount forfeited in case
of death prior to the
examination period
R 1,080.00
Visual Art Studio fee R 120.00 Per semester
R 240.00 Full-year course
Miscellaneous fees
All miscellaneous fees are payable to Unisa and may be included in your study fees.
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Additional study material for formative
and professional subjects
Module code Previous module code Price Comment
AFK1501 AFK101Q R170 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFK2601 AFK202U R210 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFK3701 AFK201T R150 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFK3702 AFK301W R280.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFK3703 AFK3043 R260.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFK3703 AFK3043 R170.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFK3704 AFK823N R275.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFL4802 HALLSMQ R160
AGE4801 HARCH1E R320.00 Students who registered for this module in 2011
are exempted from this levy
AGE4804 (Book 1) HARCH4H R170.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AGE4804 (Book 2) HARCH4H R765.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
APC3701 R170
APC3703 R140
APY4801 (Book 1) R600.00
APY4801 (Book 2)
HANTNA4
HANTNA4 R355.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AST1631 AST131F R280.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
ATC2601 ATC2602
ATC2603 ATC3702
ATC2016 ATC2028
ATC2039 ATC303C
R360 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CLO2603 CLO203V R275.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CLO2605
CLO3708
R1,000.00
CLO3703 CLO303Y R445.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CLO3705 CTH3054 R390.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CLO3706 CLO3065 R565.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
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Module code Previous module code Price Comment
CLO3707 R360.00
CMH1503 R110
CMM2601 TIC301B R180.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CMM3701 R70 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CMM3703
CMM3704
R160.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CSL2601 R80.00
CST1501 CST1502
CST2603
CST1501 R185 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CST1501 CST2602
CST2603
CTH222F CTH224H R350.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
CST3705 CTH325M R450.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA1501
DVA1601
DVA101Q DVA102R R165.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA2601 DVA303Y R120.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA2602 R120.00
DVA3701 DVA201T R180.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA3702 DVA202U R230.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA3703 DVA303W R150.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA3704 DVA302X R140.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA3705 DVA3043 R140.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
DVA4801 DVA4801 R280
DVA4802 DVA4802 R220
DVA4803 DVA4803 R160
DVA4804 DVA4804 R300
DVA4805 DVA4805 R270
EGE401C EMC401C
EGE4PJT
R260.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
EUP1501 R600.00
GGH206Y R190.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
GGH2604 GGH204W R100.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
GGH301W R50.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
GGH3076 R80.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
GGH4804 HGECENW R310.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFL4802 R160.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFL4803 TRAPOEH R80.65 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
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Module code Previous module code Price Comment
AFL4802 R160.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
AFL4803 HALLSMQ R80.65 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HBEDAIQ HBEDAIQ R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HBEDAMU HBEDAMU R430.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HBEDAT5 HBEDAT5 R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HBEDMAB HBEDMAB R220.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HES4802 HES4802 R220
HES4808 HESERA8 R125
HES4809 HESIEM5 R170.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HES4810 HESIMMN R170 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HES4811 HESIMSU HPERSAK R120
PUB4860 R220.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HPM2601 FOO2601 FOO2603 HPM201BFOD 2033 R300.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HPM2603 HPM203B R290.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HPM2604 HPM204E R300.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HPS3702 HPS302A R350.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
HPS3703 HPS3701 HPS3091 HPS303B
HPS3019
R430.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
IOP205U IOP1503 R150.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
IPC1501 IPC101Y R270.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
IPC1502 IPC1023 R90.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
IPC3701 IPC3019 R90.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007
are exempted from this levy
LML4804 LML404R R170.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
LPL4801 LPL4018 R460.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
MACECHJ R170.00
MDCCLWX R150.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
MEDAE1R R250.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
MEDSN1A HBEDIE6 MEDSN1A R150.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
MEDSO2D R90.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
MHS3701 MCT2229 R800.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
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Module code Previous module code Price Comment
NUT2601 (Book 1) R280.00
NUT2601 (Book 2) R350.00
NUT2601 (Book 3) R150.00
OHS2601 R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
OHS2601 R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
OHS2602 R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
OTS4802 HOT401B HTN4015 R400.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PEN2602 R280.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PHY3703 PHY4805 PHY303E/PHY418Q R300.00 Students who registered for this module in 2004 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PLC3703 PLC3033 R190.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PLS1502 PLS2610 PLS3703 R260
PRS2015 PCF4099 PCP408K R290.00
PSY485Y R190.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PTU1501 PTU1502 PTU101M R320.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PTU2602 PTU202R R160.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PTU3705 PTU305X R280.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PYC3705 PYC305D R150.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PYC4803 PSY482V PSY482V R300.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
PYC4811 PSY461Q PSY461Q R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
RLE1501 R240
RSN822S R170.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
RST2603 R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
RST2604 RST3248 R500.00 Students who registered for this module in 2010 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
RST2705 R160
RST3707 R260
RST3709 R200.00 Students who registered for this module in 2011 are
exempted from this levy
SNS4M1C SNS4M2C SNS4M1C R140.00 Students who registered for this module in 2009 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
THL2601 THL201A R135.00 Students who registered for this module in 2008 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
TRT303A R240.00 Students who registered for this module in 2007 to
2011 are exempted from this levy
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Step 7 - Registration approval
You must receive conrmation from Unisa that your registration has been approved.
e |f you submiffed your regisfrafion af a self-help ferminal and paid fhe minimum fees, your regisfrafion may
have been nalised immediately.
e |f you regisfered via fhe web, posf, SAPO or fax, you musf receive a nofi6cafion from Unisa fhaf your
registration has been approved.
Frequently asked questions
What must I do if I do not receive a registration conrmation from Unisa even though I have paid my
fees and submitted my registration form?
Send an e-mail to study-info@unisa.ac.za indicating that you have not received conrmation of your registration.
My registration has been approved what now?
If you submitted your registration form and minimum registration fee by the closing date for registrations, Unisa
will process your registration and send you a study pack by courier or post, depending on the choice you indicated
on your registration form. This study pack will include the my Studies @ Unisa brochure. This brochure will provide
you with important orientation and study information, and will help you to plan your studies.
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Step 8 Prepare for your studies
Now that you have submitted your registration form to Unisa, you will need to wait for Unisa to conrm your
registration. Use this time to start preparing for your studies at Unisa
Prepare your study area locate a space in your home that is ideal for studying
(quiet, enough natural light and well lit at night).
Allocate study time in a year planner. Mark down all the family events you will be expected to attend, school
functions for your children and time for relaxation. Include the time that you will be studying as well as additional
time that you may need to make up to accommodate events that you will be expected to attend. This will help you
identify weeks and months where study time may be compromised and where it needs to be worked in.
Find a mentor. Finding a mentor can be exceptionally rewarding. Find someone who can provide advice on the life
challenges you may be facing, act as a sounding board at moments of uncertainty and provide an objective view on
resolving conict that may arise with family or friends as a result of your studies. A mentor should be someone that
you respect and admire, and who is able to understand your unique circumstances.
Register on myUnisa. Once you have received conrmation of your registration from Unisa, you do not need
to wait for your study material to be posted or couriered to you. You can register on myUnisa and download all
the necessary study material for your modules, including the my Studies @ Unisa brochure, your study guides and
Tutorial letter 101s. This will enable you to begin preparing for your year of study.
myUnisa is a website for Unisa students. Its a place to
e 6nd sfudy maferial
e submif and frack your assignmenfs
e join discussion forums
e confacf your lecfurer
e read maferial posfed by your lecfurer
e 6nd evenfs relevanf for your module
e check your Unisa 6nancial sfafus
e updafe your personal defails
e Unisa also conveys imporfanf informafion here
e confacf Unisa for adminisfrafive purposes, like requesfing an exam venue change
And much, much more. This is your online study network.
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General registration information
How will Unisa communicate with me?
Unisa provides all registered students with a free e-mail account known as myLife. To claim your myLife e-mail
account, register on myUnisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za). Unisa will only use this e-mail address to communicate with
you via e-mail. If you would prefer to use another e-mail address, please forward your myLife e-mails to that
address so that Unisa can keep in touch with you (eg send you conrmation of your registration). Unisa will also
send you SMSs when necessary and will use the cellphone number you provided at the point of registration.
What should I do if I need an academic record or credit certicate?
Complete the prescribed form and submit to Unisa.
Can I transfer from another university to Unisa?
Unisa will consider an application for registration from another university, except if you were excluded/suspended
from a prior institution of higher education on grounds of misconduct. You will need to apply to Unisa rst
please go to the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/mychoice) for the dates for the next application period.
Can I register with Unisa and another university simultaneously?
Unisa will accept you on condition that the qualication registered for at Unisa is for non-degree purposes, and that
you have written permission from the other university allowing such concurrent registration. You will be required
to submit the written permission from the other university at the point of registration. If you do not have a Unisa
student number you will need to apply rst.
If you are registered at Unisa and intend to register for formal studies at another University concurrently, you need
to apply for permission at Unisa to be allowed such concurrent registration.
May I register for two or more formal programmes at Unisa simultaneously?
You may not register for two formal qualications at Unisa at the same time.
When can I register for a module if I was registered before and did not write the exam for the module?
You may only apply for registration for such a module/s after the ofcial release of the exam results for that exam period,
but before the appropriate closing date.
Does Unisa assist students with disabilities?
Unisas Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities (ARCSWiD) will assist and support students
with disabilities. If you require assistance, please indicate the nature of your disability on your registration form and
contact ARCSWiD as soon as possible. Also complete the special assistance form, ARCSWiD01, contained later in
this brochure. This will enable ARCSWiD to plan the measures necessary to support your needs.
Should you need further information about ARCSWID, please contact:
e Mr Pinfias Nkuna (+27 12 429 923, nkunapjQunisa.ac.za)
e Mr Deenadayalan Moodley, (moodldQunisa.ac.za)
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What should I do to?
Will my ordinary conditional exemption afect my registration?
If you have an ordinary conditional exemption, you will not be allowed to proceed to second or further years
of study until you have passed the outstanding subject necessary to meet the condition of your ordinary
conditional exemption.
Add study units
You must apply in writing using the prescribed form or online to add study units. You must also
pay the necessary fee to the university by the relevant closing date for registration.
Cancel study units
You may cancel a study unit. You will, however, forfeit the applicable portion of the fees paid
(this is related to the date of cancellation). Please take note of exclusion from studies, on page
43, before cancelling any study unit/s.
Change my address and/or telephone number
You must submit all requests to change telephone numbers and/or postal, physical or courier
addresses in writing using the prescribed form or online.
Change my exam centre
Requests to change examination centres must be done at least one month prior to the
commencement of the respective examination period.
Apply for course credit exemptions
You cannot be exempted from more than 50% of the modules for the qualication for which
you are registered. You must also have met the requisite admission requirement at the time of
having passed the study units at your previous institution. You cannot receive exemption for
both major subjects.
You may make any of the changes above by logging on to Unisas student portal,
myUnisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), and following the registration prompts.
If you would prefer the university to assist you, please submit your request in writing (using the prescribed
forms which you can obtain at the back of this brochure) either by post (The Registrar, PO Box 392, Unisa,
0003) or by fax (012 429 4150).
Note that the requests above will only be considered if submitted on the prescribed forms these can be
downloaded from the Unisa website or collected from a regional centre.
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Unisa rules for students
Introduction
The content of this section is dened by the legislation and regulations set out in the Higher Education Act, 1997
(as amended). Where provision is made for institutional discretion, the Unisa rules are subject to approval by
Council and/or Senate (as appropriate), except where expressly recorded to the contrary. The rules contained in
this document represent the general rules of the University and apply to all students of Unisa. These rules must
be read together with the applicable unisa policies, which have the same force and efect as the rules contained
in this document. The relevant policies are available on the Unisa website as well as on the CD containing general
registration information which is distributed to all students. The rules published here and related policies may be
amended prior to the commencement of the following academic year.
In addition to these general rules , there may be specic rules per college and/or qualication. They will be
expressly stated in the information pertaining to the college and/or qualication set out elsewhere in this document
or in the relevant tutorial letters,all of which are available to registered students in print format or online.
Where the rules of a college make provision for special requirements with regard to registration for a module
ofered in the college, the requirements will apply equally where the module is taken in another college or for non-
degree purposes, unless expressly stated to the contrary.
When a student registers with Unisa, the student:
(i) acknowledges an awareness of the prevalent rules of the university; and
(ii) undertakes to be bound and abide by the rules of the institution. The student bears the onus of ensuring that s/
he is familiar with the rules pertinent to his/her registration with Unisa.
Ignorance of these rules and related institutional policies will not be accepted as
an excuse for any transgression.
In the event that a reasonable disparity in the rules becomes apparent, the rule which is more favourable to the
afected student/s will be applied.
Ofce hours
07:45 to 16:00, Mondays to Fridays, excluding public holidays.
The university closes on the last working day before Christmas day and re-opens on the rst working day of the
New Year.
1 Language of tuition
The university provides tuition in Afrikaans and English, according to the preference of the student. However,
as approved by Senate, specic modules are ofered in English only. In qualications comprising the learning
of a language, tuition may be ofered only in the language of the module that is being taught, after the
approval by Senate.
Prescribed books may not always be available in the language in which the student has chosen to receive tuition.
2. Language(s) of research
The Language Policy subscribes to the principles of functional multilingualism. Where mutually acceptable to the
student and supervisor, students are allowed to write their thesis in any of the South African ofcial languages.
However, if the thesis or dissertation is written in a language other than English, the abstracts of the thesis or
dissertation must be provided in English.
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3 Method of tuition
Unisa is an open distance learning institution. Consequently, contact tuition is limited to group discussion classes or
tutorials as may be scheduled for the module. Tuition is provided through print-based format (except in the case of
modules ofered solely online), multimedia and online through the myUnisa student portal. Students with disabilities
who are registered at Unisa receive modes of tuition according to their needs insofar as the university is reasonably
able to accommodate the students needs. Students having special requirements must advise the university of their
circumstances and make arrangements for the provision thereof.
The rules regarding assessments are set out later in this document.
4 Library Services
4.1 Membership of the library is available to all registered students and is subject to library regulations.
These regulations are published in the my Studies @ Unisa brochure, which is issued to students
upon registration.
4.2 Students living outside of South Africa also qualify for membership, but services will depend on whether
the students environment provides the infrastructure required for a specic service.
4.3 Note: the library does not stock prescribed books and these must be purchased by the student, as
required. Limited copies of prescribed books may be purchased by the library for tuition and
research purposes.
4.4 To gain access to the services (electronically), students must visit the Library webpage
www.unisa.ac.za/library, click on login and create a PIN. Please refer to the my Studies @ Unisa brochure
for more information.
4.5 Examination results of students who fail to return library material by the due date will be withheld until the
material has been received or until the replacement cost of each item as well as all outstanding
administrative costs have been paid in full. Re-registration will also not be possible.
5. Reports, records and statements of academic results
5.1 Certied Advance Statement
5.1.1 A student will receive a Certied Advance Statement in respect of a completed degree,
diploma or certicate.
5.1.2 The Advance Statement is posted to the student as soon as reasonably possible after completion
of the qualication.
5.1.3 All modules that have been passed will be indicated on the Advance Statement, together with the
percentages obtained.
5.1.4 An Advance Statement will not be issued to a student who has an outstanding fee balance or
outstanding library material. The Advance Statement will only be processed upon settlement
of the obligation.
5.1.5 An Advance Statement is only issued after the students results have been nally audited
for correctness.
5.2 Statement of Credits
5.2.1 A student may request, in writing a Statement of Credits in respect of an incomplete qualication or
for a completed qualication, which will set out the modules passed by the student.
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5.3 Transcript of academic record and abbreviated syllabus
5.3.1 A student may, upon a written request, receive a transcript of his/her academic record and/or the
abbreviated syllabus for modules comprising the qualication. Students may also request that the
documents be sent directly to a South African university or to one institution in a foreign
jurisdiction. In the latter instance, the onus is on the requesting student to ensure that the
information is correctly provided to Unisa.
5.4 Certicate of Conduct
5.4.1 If a student is registered at Unisa but intends registering at another university in the following year,
no Certicate of Conduct will be issued before his/her examination results are available.
5.4.2 The Certicate of Conduct is printed as part of the students academic record and no separate
document is issued.
5.4.3 Certicate of Conduct are issued only on request..
5.4.4 A Certicate of Conduct is not a testimonial of the students character.
5.5 Progress Report
5.5.1 The university does not issue Progress Reports in respect of undergraduate qualications.
5.5.2 At least four weeks prior to the commencement of an ofcial examination session, a letter
indicating whether or not a student has been admitted to the examinations in each of the modules
for which s/he is registered, will be posted to the student. The communication also indicates the
nal examination dates and may be used in support of any application for leave for examination
purposes, if needed.
5.6 Completion of a qualication
5.6.1 A students qualication status will only be amended from INCOMPLETE to COMPLETE on the
academic record after the results have been nally audited and approved as being correct.
6 Qualications ofered
6.1 Unisa is a comprehensive university and ofers qualications ranging from certicates to doctoral studies
within six colleges, namely:
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES)
College of Economic and Management Sciences (CEMS)
College of Education (CEDU)
College of Human Sciences (CHS)
College of Law (CLAW)
College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET).
6.2 Each college further ofers formal and non-formal programmes, where:
6.2.1 Formal qualications refer to those qualications that are subsidised by the Department of Higher
Education and Training, and therefore ofered under the DHET policies and legislation; while
6.2.2 Non-formal qualications refer to those short learning programmes that are not subsidised by the
DHET. Such qualications, ranging from three months to one year, have a focus on providing specic
skills within the work environment.
6.3 The rules apply to both formal and non-formal qualications.
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7 Application for admission to study at Unisa
For further detailed information, refer to the institutional brochure: my Choice @ Unisa.
7.1 In respect of undergraduate qualications, prospective students who have not previously been registered
with Unisa for a formal qualication must apply for admission to study at Unisa prior to registration.
7.2 All postgraduate students must apply to be admitted to the selected postgraduate qualication.
7.3 Application to study at Unisa for the selected qualication takes place during published periods prior
to a registration cycle and the onus is on a prospective student to ensure that s/he has the correct
information regarding the set dates.
7.4 Prospective students whose applications are not nalised by the set closing date will not be considered
for registration in the immediately following registration period.
7.5 In respect of undergraduate qualications, in order to comply with the requirements for application, a
prospective student must (summarised):
7.5.1 Apply on the prescribed Unisa application form during the published scheduled periods.
7.5.2 Ensure that s/he complies with the admission requirements prescribed for the qualication for
which s/he is applying. This information is contained in the my Choice @ Unisa brochure.
7.5.3 Submit the required supporting documents with the application form.
7.5.4 Submit the non-refundable application fee, together with the application form and
other documentation.
7.5.5 In respect of masters and doctoral qualications, all applications must be completed and
submitted online. No other mode of application will be accepted.
Note: An application is only complete when the university has received (i) the application form; (ii) the other
relevant documents required for the processing of the application; and (iii) the payment of the application fee.
7.5.6 Apply before the closing date set for the academic period in which s/he intends to register.
8 Admission to study
The general university and qualication-specic admission requirements are detailed in the institutional brochures:
my Choice @ Unisa and in this brochure my Registration @ Unisa.
8.1 The onus is on the student (including students who register for non-degree purposes) to ensure that s/he
meets the admission requirement/s for his/her chosen qualication.
8.2 The university will unilaterally de-register any student who does not comply with the prescribed
admission requirement/s.
8.3 Unisa is a dedicated open distance learning institution and will not assist students to obtain study permits
except if its contact sessions are an inherent requirement of a qualication. The information and process
to be followed will be communicated in the tutorial letter for the specic module.
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9 Registration
The rules regarding registration are set out in detail in the Admission Policy and this brochure my Registration @
Unisa. Specically, the following rules are highlighted:
9.1 The registration form
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9.1.1 A student must complete a registration form for each academic year, in terms of which s/he binds
him-/herself to all the rules of the university.
9.1.2 The content of the form is the basis of the students contract with the university.
9.1.3 It is the students responsibility to inform the university of any change/s to personal data contained
on the registration form notably, name change, address change and/or change in telephone
numbers in writing and using the prescribed Unisa forms or online using the myUnisa portal.

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9.2 Choice of modules per semester/per annum
9.2.1 A students registration per semester and per annum is subject to the maximum number of NQF
(National Qualications Framework) credits as set out in the Admission Policy.
9.2.2 Modules registered for non-degree purposes will also be taken into account when calculating the
maximum NQF credits for a semester/year of study.
9.2.3 Students in the nal semester of study for a qualication weighted at 240 credits or more may
apply to register for an additional 24 credits if to do so will enable the student to complete the
registered qualication. Application to take the additional modules must be made to the Deputy
Registrar on the Unisa prescribed form. In order to be eligible for the application of this rule, the
afected student must have a minimum overall average of 55% in all modules previously passed.
9.2.4 Where the nal year of a qualication comprises only year modules (as opposed to semester
modules), the above rule will evenly apply: however, application for the additional 24 credits may
be made at the beginning of the nal year of study.
9.3 Pre-requisite modules
9.3.1 A student may not register for a module for which s/he has not passed the pre-requisite.
9.4 Co-requisite modules
9.4.1 Students must register for prescribed co-requisite modules simultaneously.
9.5 Concurrent registration
9.5.1 Students may register concurrently for formal and non-formal qualications at the university, with
the consent of the colleges involved.
9.5.2 Students may not register for a formal qualication at the university, if concurrently registered for
a formal or non-formal programme at another university, except that such students may be allowed
to register for non-degree purposes (NDP) at Unisa, if their registration is accompanied by a letter
of permission from the other university granting permission for concurrent studies for non-degree
purposes and indicating the modules to be taken at Unisa.
9.6 Registration for the research masters and doctoral qualications
9.6.1 Students registering for a research masters or doctoral qualication must rst register for and
comply with the requirements set for the Research Proposal module before registering for the
research component of the qualication (i.e. the dissertation ot thesis).
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9.7 Registration for non-degree purposes (NDP)
9.7.1 Students intending to register for a module even for non-degree purposes must meet the
admission requirements for the qualication in which the study unit is ofered: for example,
registration for a study unit at honours level can only be considered if the student meets the
admission requirements for the honours programme concerned. Additionally, the student must
meet pre and co-requisites for modules to be taken for NDP.
9.7.2 A student may be allowed to register for a maximum of 4 modules for non-degree purposes, while
registered for a formal undergraduate diploma or degree qualication that has a minimum duration
of 3 or 4 years.
9.7.3 A student may be allowed to register for a maximum of 2 modules for non-degree purposes, while
registered for a formal undergraduate diploma or degree qualication that has a minimum duration
of 1 or 2 years, exclusive of the University Access Programme for which no modules may be taken
for NDP while registered for the Access Programme.
9.7.4 A student who is registered for an honours bachelors degree may, only with the special permission of
the Executive Dean of the respective college that ofers the honours programme, also register in the
same academic year for not more than two undergraduate modules for non-degree purposes (NDP).

9.7.5 A student who is registered for a masters degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive
Dean of the respective college that ofers the masters programme, also register in the same academic
year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours module or the corresponding number of
modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP).
9.7.6 A student who is registered for a doctoral degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive
Dean of the respective college that ofers the doctoral programme, also register in the same academic
year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours module or one masters module or the
corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP).
10 Application for credits and exemptions
10.1 Students applying for credits and exemptions for studies passed at other higher education institutions
must do so on the prescribed form and in accordance with the Unisa rules as stated in the Unisa
brochures my Choice @ Unisa and my Registration @ Unisa.
10.2 Specically,
10.2.1 Applicants must meet the admission requirements for the qualication for which they are
applying for credit/s and exemption/s; and
10.2.2 A maximum of 50% of the prescribed NQF credits may be awarded in the form of credits
and exemptions.
10.2.3 No exemptions will be granted towards an honours or masters qualication from any
qualication previously completed.
11 Cancellation of registration
11.1 A student who voluntarily cancels his/her registration of a module for any reason whatsoever, will forfeit
either a part or the entire fee paid, as prescribed in the fee payment schedule for this year.
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12 Exclusion from study on the ground of poor academic performance and re-admission to study
12.1 Unisa prescribes a set of minimum standards with which students must comply to ensure their continued
registration with the university. These are set out in the Admission Policy.
12.2 A student who does not comply with the standards prescribed in the Admission Policy will be excluded
from further admission to the university, provided that the Executive Dean of the college in which the
student is registered may, at his/her discretion, grant the student permission to re-register for a further
period of study.
12.3 The required standards include inter alia:
12.3.1 a student must in the rst calendar year of registration pass, at least, 36 credits; and
12.3.2 a student in the second and subsequent years of study must pass, at least, 48 credits annually.
12.4 For purposes of compliance with this rule, NDP registrations and the results of all aegrotat and
supplementary examinations will be taken into account.
12.5 Each year in which the student was registered at Unisa is included in the calculation of the period of
registration and not just the years in which the student was registered for a particular qualication.
12.6 In the case of a student who has completed a formal degree or diploma and is registered for a second
or further qualication, only those years of registration after the completion of the degree or diploma
will be taken into account for purposes of calculating the study period in respect of the second or
further qualication.
12.7 Modules from which a student has been exempted will not be taken into consideration for purposes
of determining whether he/she should be re-admitted to the university. Similarly, a students previous
academic performance at another university will not be taken into consideration.
12.8 Students registered for the postgraduate Research Proposal module will only be permitted one further
opportunity to re-register. If the student is not successful after the second registration, the student will
not be permitted to register again for the Research Proposal module and will be excluded from
the qualication.
Re-admission
12.9 A student applying for re-admission to the university after being excluded on the basis of poor
performance (as dened above) may do so only after providing proof of successful completion of study
in accordance with the standards set out in the Admission Policy.
12.10 A student applying for re-admission must submit his/her application for the consideration of the
Registrar, on the prescribed Unisa form.
13 Finance and fees
13.1 The fees payable and the manner in which fees must be paid are determined by the Council of the University,
and are set out in the University brochure my Registration @ Unisa.
13.2 Payment must be made in terms of the modes set by the university. The adoption of any alternate payment
method which is dishonoured by the nancial institution, will result in the fees being deemed to have not
been paid and will result in the afected students registration being automatically cancelled.
13.3 A student who owes a nancial debt to the university, or has not returned university property that has
been loaned to him/her, shall not be provided with a Certicate of Conduct or any proof of academic
achievement by the university.
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14 Formative assessments
14.1 Every student is required to complete and submit the formative assessment requirements as set out in the
tutorial letters for the registered module.
14.2 The formative assessments will be used to calculate the year mark as set out in the Tutorial Letters for the
module. The year mark will contribute towards the nal summative assessment mark. (The contribution of the
year mark towards the nal summative assessment mark will be set out in the Tutorial Letter/s for the module.)
14.3 Note: The year mark will only be considered for purposes of calculating the nal summative assessment mark if a
student attains a minimum mark of 40% in the summative assessment set for the module (the sub-minimum rule).
14.4 The year mark will not contribute to the calculation of the nal summative assessment mark in the case of a
supplementary examination.
15 Admission to the summative examinations
15.1 A student will not be admitted to an examination in a module unless s/he:
(a) is registered at the university for tuition in that module for the particular academic year and period; and
(b) has satisfactorily completed all the requirements for admission as prescribed by Senate
16 Assessment periods
16.1 Year modules will be assessed in October/November.
16.2 Special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments for the year modules will be scheduled in January/ February
of the following year.
16.3 Note: Assessments in the following qualications will take place in January/February following the
year of registration
e Advanced Cerfi6cafe in Educafion
e Posfgraduafe Diploma in Advanced Nursing Science
e Posfgraduafe Diploma in Disfance Educafion
e Posfgraduafe Diploma in Terfiary Educafion
e Posfgraduafe Diploma in Telecommunicafions and |nformafion Policy
e Honours quali6cafions (excepfion Psychology) buf no supplemenfary assessmenfs are applicable(!)
16.3.1 Summative assessments for modules which are ofered in the rst semester take place in May/June.
16.3.2 Special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments are scheduled in October/November
of the same year.
16.3.3 Summative assessments for modules which are ofered in the second semester take place in
October/November.
16.3.4 Special, supplementary and aegrotat examinations are scheduled in May/June of the following year.
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17 Supplementary, aegrotat and special assessment opportunities
Please note that there are undergraduate modules which do not make provision for aegrotat or special
examinations. No supplementary examinations are granted in respect of aegrotat or special examinations.
17.1 Except where expressly stated to the contrary, a student will be granted a maximum of 2 assessment
opportunities in a module without having to re-register for the module. Thus, where a student is granted
a supplementary, aegrotat or special assessment opportunity, this will be the nal assessment opportunity
without the student having to re-register for the module. Students who fail or are absent (for whatever
reason) from the second assessment opportunity will not be granted a further opportunity without
re-registering for the module.
17.2 An aegrotat or special examination in the following examination period may be granted to a student
who has been prevented from taking the preceding examination or has been unable to complete the
examination as a result of:
e illness on fhe day of or immediafely before or during fhe examinafion, provided fhaf fhe applicafion
is accompanied by a certicate, issued by a medical practitioner registered with the SA Medical and
Dental Council, specifying the nature, commencement date and duration of the illness and declaring
that for health reasons it was impossible or undesirable for the candidate to sit for the examination
on the day concerned or a letter from the invigilator certifying that the candidate left the examination
hall due to illness; or
e personal circumsfances, such as work commifmenfs (ocial leffer from employer is required) or
work-related travel, serious illness or death of a relative during the examination period, provided that
satisfactory evidence of such circumstances is produced (see below).
17.3 A student will be granted a second assessment opportunity in a module if s/he achieves a minimum
nal summative assessment mark of 40%, as well as complying with the additional (where relevant)
specic criteria for an aegrotat, special or supplementary assessment for the module. Students will only
be registered for the second assessment opportunity upon payment of the prescribed fee.
17.4 Where an examination is deferred and a special or aegrotat examination (second examination
opportunity) is granted, without the examination having been written at the rst examination
opportunity, such deferred examination will be regarded as the second and nal examination
opportunity for that academic year. No further supplementary, aegrotat or special examinations will be
granted and students who fail or are absent from such an examination (for whatever reason) will have
to reregister for the relevant module/paper during the next academic period.
Please note: A student must have obtained examination admission and have paid the full registration fee
in respect of the relevant module. The prescribed examination fee must accompany the application for
the aegrotat or special examination. Examination fees are not refundable or transferable.
17.5 No alternative dates or times can be arranged in cases where examination dates and/or times clash.
Note: A student will not be granted admission to a or special assessment on the basis of clashes in
examination dates; save where the clash may arise as a result of a change to the provisional timetable
made by the University after the registration period.
17.6 Applications for special examinations must be accompanied by original documentary evidence giving
full details as to why the student was prevented from writing the examination. Applications must be
submitted WITHIN 10 DAYS of the original examination date. Please ensure that your student number
appears on all documentation. Medical certicates received without an accompanying written
application will be deemed to be an incomplete application and will, therefore, not be processed or
considered. Applications can be submitted via fax (012 429 4150), e-mail (aegrotats@unisa.ac.za) (your
student number must appear in the subject heading) or may be posted to the university (PO Box 392,
Unisa, 0003). It remains your responsibility to ensure that the university receives your original
application and any accompanying documentation before the closing date.
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17.7 A student in their nal year of study who has one or two modules outstanding to complete the
qualication may qualify for assistance in terms of the Procedure to assist students who have one or
two modules outstanding to complete a qualication. The student must have written and failed the
modules in the last examination. The University reserves the right to award or decline the special
assessment opportunity based on the students formative and last summative assessment.
17.8 The year mark will not contribute to the calculation of the nal assessment mark in the case of a or
supplementary assessment.
17.9 Special, aegrotat and supplementary assessments will be scheduled at the same examination centre at
which the student was scheduled to write the previous examination, save where prior arrangements
have been made with the University.
17.10 Senate may approve that there is no second assessment opportunity in respect of specic
undergraduate modules. Where this rule is in place, the information is expressly set out in the relevant
tutorial letter, which forms part of the students agreement with Unisa.
17.11 There is no second assessment opportunity in respect of all postgraduate modules, save for the MBL
and MBA modules. In both qualications:
17.11.1 the assessments for the MBL modules are conducted in October/November, with special,
supplementary and aegrotat assessments scheduled in January of the year following; and
17.11.2 the assessments for the MBA modules are conducted in May/June and the special,
supplementary and aegrotat assessments (for students who qualify) are
scheduled in October/November.
18 Examination timetable
18.1 A provisional examination timetable will be available to all students at the time of registration to ensure
that s/he is able to make an informed decision. The examination dates for all modules (except for non-
venue based assessments, portfolios, theses and dissertations) are available in the examination timetable.
18.2 The onus is on the student to ensure, at the time of registration, that there are no examination clashes in
his/her examination timetable.
18.3 Students in foreign countries must ensure that the examination dates do not clash with any public
holidays in their particular country.
18.4 The university reserves the right to make reasonable changes to the timetable which is provided to
students at the time of registration. No student will be unreasonably prejudiced by any changes made
after the period of registration.
18.5 The nal examination timetable will be posted, at least, one month prior to the commencement of the
examination period. Please contact the university immediately if you have not received your nal
timetable two weeks prior to the initial examination date. NOTE: No additional examination
opportunities will be granted in respect of students who claimed to have received their examination
timetables late or not at all. The information will also be placed on myUnisa.
18.6 The nal timetable will contain the following information:
18.6.1 a list of the modules for which a student has gained admission to the examination, together with the
nal examination dates and times;
18.6.2 a list of the modules (if any) for which the student has not gained admission to the examination;
18.6.3 the examination centre address, and venue details; and
18.6.4 further general instructions.
18.7 It is the students responsibility to familiarise his-/herself with the contents of the nal examination
timetable insofar as it applies to the students registration for the semester/year.
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19 Examination centres
19.1 Unisa has an ofcial list of examination centres approved by Senate. The detail of the approved examination
centres is contained in the university brochure my Registration @ Unisa and myUnisa.
19.2 Examination centres in foreign countries are limited to cities where the university is able to make suitable
arrangements for purposes of hosting an examination.
19.3 No individual requests will be considered regarding the setting up of ad hoc examination centres.
19.4 A student must select one examination centre from the list at the time of registration at which s/he will
write his/her examinations. No dual centres the exam period will be allowed.
19.5 A student may change his/her examination centre after registration. An application to change must reach the
university on/before the following dates:
e 31 March for fhe May/|une examinafions
e 31 Augusf for fhe Ocfober/November examinafions
e 15 November for fhe |anuary/February examinafion
19.6 The university may, where dictated by operational and venue capacity requirements, change the students chosen
examination centre. Afected students will be advised of any change at least 1 month prior to the commencement
of the examination.
19.7 The nal details regarding the allocated examination centre (together with the examination dates and times)
will be set out in the nal Examination Timetable Notice that is sent to all students. The information is also
available on the university website and on the myUnisa student portal. Students carry the onus of informing
themselves of the scheduled venue, dates and times of their examinations.
19.8 The following reasons will not be accepted as justifying a departure from the stipulated procedures:
e Objecfion fo fhe expense involved in fravelling fo and from an examinafion cenfre
e Diculfy in obfaining leave from ocial dufies
e Lack of ordinary fransporf facilifies, such as a regular bus or frain service,
e Non-receipf of fhe leffer con6rming admission fo fhe examinafions.
20 Examination fees
20.1 The examination fee is included in the fee for the module and no additional fee is payable in respect of the
students rst examination opportunity, except where the examination is written at a examination centre in
a foreign country.
20.2 Additional fees will, however, be payable in respect of supplementary, aegrotat or special examinations refer
to my Registration @ Unisa for the fee amount.
20.3 The additional fees (to which reference is made in 20.2 above) are paid in addition to the fees for the preceding
examinations and are neither refundable nor transferable (even if the student is absent from all or some of his/
her examinations).
21 Language of examinations
21.1 All examinations, except for examinations in a language module, will be presented in English and/or
Afrikaans. Senate may approve another language for examination purposes in accordance with the
Language Policy of the University.
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22 Examination times, presence and admission to the examination venue
22.1 A student must be seated in the examination venue, 15 minutes prior to the commencement of
the examination.
22.2 A student who arrives after the scheduled commencement time of the examination will not be granted
entry to the examination venue. Late arrivals at an examination venue will not be granted an additional
examination opertunity.
22.3 It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that s/he is present in the examination venue in terms of
the rules set out in the examination timetable notice.
22.4 A student who is not ofcially registered at an examination centre will not be permitted to write
examinations at that centre. The student will be referred to the centre at which s/he is ofcially
registered to write examinations. Any prejudice arising from the student presenting him-/herself at the
incorrect examination venue will be borne by the student.
22.5 A students must use his/her student number as the examination number.
22.6 Every student will be required to produce proof of identity at the examination venue. For this purpose
the student card AND identity document, drivers licence or passport bearing a photograph of the
student must be presented.
22.7 A student is responsible for (i) making the necessary arrangements for; and (ii) any costs incurred in
attending an examination.
23 Examination modalities
23.1 At the discretion of Senate an examination may be written, oral, or both written and oral, and may
include practical work.
23.2 The university may, at its discretion, require a student to take a further or additional oral or written
examination. Except where otherwise arranged, these written and oral examinations will take place in
Pretoria and any costs incurred by a student for the purposes of attending the examination will be for
the students own account.
24 Pass mark and distinction
24.1 The pass mark for all modules is 50%.
24.2 The predicate with distinction in a module will be recorded on the academic record and the Advance
Statement of Results when a student achieves a nal examination mark of 75%.
24.3 A qualication is passed with distinction when a student has:
24.3.1 passed all modules for the qualication at Unisa; and
24.3.2 passed all nal level modules at the rst attempt; and
24.3.3 attained an overall average of 75% in the qualication.
24.4 Modules passed with distinction are not reected on the graduation certicate. However, if a qualication
has been obtained with distinction, this fact will be reected on both the Advance Statement of results
and the graduation certicate.
24.5 The rules apply to all qualications (postgraduate and undergraduate, degree and diploma, irrespective
of the duration of the qualication).
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25 The sub-minimum rule
25.1 If a student does not achieve a minimum mark of 40% in the summative assessment, his/her year mark will not
be taken into account for the purpose of calculating the nal examination mark.
26 Re-marking an examination answer script
26.1 A student who achieves a nal examination mark from 35%-49% and 68%-74% may apply to have his/
her examination answer script re-marked.
26.2 The examination answer script will be re-marked in accordance with the rules and procedures as
approved by Senate.
26.3 An external examiner who was not involved with the original marking of the answer script will be
contracted to undertake the remarking of the answer script.
26.4 An application for a re-mark must be submitted in writing on the prescribed Unisa form within the set
period and must be accompanied by the payment of the prescribed fee.
26.5 The mark awarded after re-marking will be the nal examination mark for the module, even if it is lower
than the original mark. The year mark contribution will be calculated in determining the nal examination
result, provided the examination mark complies with the sub-minimum rule.
26.6 A student will be entitled to a supplementary examination (if applicable) on grounds of a re-mark result.
26.7 The result of the re-mark will be provided to the student as soon as reasonably possible. Notwithstanding
an application for a re-mark, the onus is on the student to ensure that his/her registration (where
relevant) is submitted on or before the scheduled closing date for registration. If as a result of a re-mark
the student passes the module previously failed, the students registration for the modules will be
automatically cancelled and any fees paid in respect of the afected module will be refunded to the student.
26.8 A student may not apply for a re-mark in respect of the practical component of an examination, or where
the examination was entirely a multiple choice assessment.
26.9 Re-marking fees will only be refunded if a student:
26.9.1 who originally failed, passes as a result of the re-mark; or
26.9.2 who originally failed because of the implementation of the subminimum rule, achieves the
subminimum requirements and passes as a result of the re-mark; or
26.9.3 gains admission to study for a following higher qualication on the grounds that his/her marks
have sufciently improved as a result of the re-mark.
27 Re-checking an examination answer script
27.1 All students may apply to have their examination answer scripts re-checked by the responsible lecturer.
27.2 The examination answer script will be re-checked in accordance with the rules and procedures set out in
the Notice of Examination Results, which is sent to all students.
27.3 An application for a re-check must be submitted in writing on the prescribed Unisa form within the set
period. The application for a re-check must be accompanied by payment of the prescribed fee.
27.4 The mark awarded after re-check will be the examination mark for the module, even if it is lower than
the original mark. The year mark contribution will be calculated in determining the nal examination
result, provide the examination mark complies with the sub-minimum rule.
27.5 A student will be entitled to a supplementary examination (if applicable) on grounds of a
re-checked result.
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27.6 The result of the re-check will be provided to the student within 4 weeks of the closing date for
re-check applications. Notwithstanding an application for a re-check, the onus is on the student to ensure
that his/her registration (where relevant) is submitted on or before the scheduled closing date for
registration. If as a result of a re-check the student passes the module previously failed, the students
registration for the modules will be automatically cancelled and any fees paid in respect of the afected
module will be refunded to the student.
27.7 A student may not apply for a re-check where the examination was entirely a multiple choice assessment.
27.8 The fee paid for the re-checking process will be refunded if as a result of the re-checking process the
student obtains a higher mark.
28 Loss of examination material by the University
28.1 Should the examination material (answer book, etc) of a student not be received by the Universitys
ofces in Pretoria for marking, irrespective of the reason for such loss, such candidate may be granted an
opportunity of writing another examination in the same module free of charge.
28.2 In all cases the student will be to submit his/her attendance register which will serve as proof of attendance.
29 Practical examinations
29.1 Where there is a prescribed practical examination, the procedures and venues for practical examinations
will be set out in the relevant tutorial letter.
29.2 The university reserves the right not to ofer practical examinations outside of the Republic of South
Africa. The onus is on the student to ensure that s/he is familiar with the rules regarding practical
examinations prior to registration for the module.
30 Examination results
30.1 The university publishes the examination results only after the results are signed of by the Executive
Deans of the respective colleges.
30.2 Final examination results will be:
e posfed fo each sfudenf admiffed fo fhe examinafion,
e available on fhe MTN voice response sysfem number 0831234,
e available on fhe infernef (web address. hffp.//www.unisa.ac.za/examresulfs), and
e delivered fo fhe sfudenf by SMS (where fhe sfudenf has requesfed fhe service).
30.3 No examination results will be supplied by telephone or facsimile.
30.4 No examination results will be released to a student until s/he has returned all books borrowed from the
library and paid all/any outstanding study and/or library fees.
31 Examination arrangements for students with disabilities
31.1 A physically disabled student who requires special examination arrangements must apply annually,
in writing, before 1 March for the May/June examination period; and 1 August for the October/
November and January/February examinations periods.
31.2 A medical certicate specifying the nature of the handicap must accompany the application.
31.3 The application, setting out the special requirement/s, must be submitted by e-mail to examdisabled@
unisa.ac.za (student number must appear in the subject line); or faxed to 086 691 9866.
31.4 Kindly note that while not all modules may lend themselves to appropriate summative assessment
methods, alternative assessment methods may be considered in consultation with the relevant role
players. Should you require more information, please contact the Examinations Administration Division to
discuss your method of assessment.
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32 Purchase of examination answer books
32.1 A student may apply in writing on the prescribed Unisa form to purchase a copy of his/her examination
answer script. For details of the process and the administrative fee payable, students are referred to the
Unisa website.
32.2 Students requesting a copy of the answer script will receive a photocopy replica or electronic verion via
e-mail of the examination
answer script via registered mail once the application form and fee have been received and processed.
32.3 Question papers and model answers/memoranda will not be included with the copy of the answer script.
Question papers are available in the university library or on the myUnisa student portal.
32.4 Applications must be sent to: purchasescript@unisa.ac.za (student number must appear in the subject
heading) or faxed to 012 429 4150 (Attention: Examinations).
33 Student discipline
33.1 All students are subject to the Student Disciplinary Code. A complete copy of the Code is available on the
Unisa website or upon request to the Ofce of the Registrar.
33.2 The onus is on the student to familiarise him-/herself with the contents of the Student Disciplinary Code
and ignorance of the applicable rule/s will not constitute a defence in any disciplinary proceeding.
34 Graduation
34.1 Graduations at the university are governed according to the Unisa Graduation Ceremonies Policy.
34.2 The results of all nal year students will be audited/veried prior to a students qualication status being
changed from nal year to complete. The audit will be nalised as soon as reasonably possible after the
nal examination results are published. Conrmation of completion of a qualication will not be provided
prior to the audit being nalised.
34.3 As soon as possible after registration, all nal year students must ensure that their personal details (e.g.
names and surname, and qualication) are correctly captured on the ofcial Unisa records.
34.4 A student who has a pending disciplinary hearing, or who owes outstanding library material, or who has
an outstanding fee balance will not be invited to a graduation ceremony.
Invitation to a formal graduation ceremony
34.5 Only students who have completed a degree or a three-year diploma will be invited to a graduation
ceremony. The onus is on the student to ensure the veracity of the content of the Advance Statement of
Results. Any corrections must be reported immediately to Division: Graduations. Amendments will not be
efected to graduation certicates or the graduation programme on the day of the ceremony.
Amendments to the graduation information
34.6 In cases where a graduation certicate must be amended, due to a univerity efora corrected certicate
will be issued within ten working days upon return of the incorrect certicate accompanied by an afdavit
by the afected student indicating that s/he has made not made copies of the incorrect certicate.
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Issuing/award of a graduation certicate
34.7 If a student does not attend the ceremony, the qualication will be awarded in absentia, that is, in the
students absence.
34.8 The graduation certicate of a student who graduates in absentia will be posted by registered mail
within ten working days after the ceremony for which the student was scheduled. Students who do not
attend a graduation ceremony may not opt to collect their graduation certicates in person after the
date of the ceremony.
34.9 A graduation certicate will not be issued to a student prior to the qualication having been
conferred (even if in absentia) at a graduation ceremony. The student may request an Advance
Statement of Results.
34.10 Students who present themselves on a date or at a time contrary to their scheduled date and/or
time will not be accommodated to participate in the graduation proceedings.
Guests
34.11 A student may invite a maximum of three guests to a graduation ceremony.
34.12 Students and guests must be seated at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time of a ceremony.
Once the ceremony has started, admission will be refused. Students and guests should not leave the
hall until the end of the proceedings.
Students and/or guests with disabilities
34.13 Special arrangements will be made for students and guests who are physically disabled. Students are
requested to inform Division: Graduations within a reasonable period in advance if special
arrangements need to be made.
Dress code and academic attire
34.14 The dress code for graduates is formal/semi-formal attire and participation in a graduation ceremony
will be refused to students wearing sport shoes, T-shirts or denim attire.
34.15 Students must ensure that they have the correct prescribed academic attire. The university reserves the
right to refuse to confer a qualication on any student not attired according to the stipulated
university protocols.
34.16 A student may not wear the hood of any previous qualication during the graduation ceremony.
Graduation certicates
34.17 Graduation certicates are only issued in English.
34.18 Duplicate certicates, reissues or copies of certicates will not be issued by the University. Students
who have lost their original graduation certicate may request a statement in lieu of the last certicate
from the University.
35 Third-party access to student information
35.1 The university will not provide any information regarding a student except with the written
authorisation of the student. The prescribed authorisation form is available on the Unisa website.
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To ensure a seamless registration process, you can now deposit your 2012
student registration fees at any of the 690 Standard Bank branches in
South Africa.
Bank deposits for existing students
If you already have a student number, deposits can be made at any Standard
Bank branch. Please ensure that the details on the deposit slips are correct.
Internet or electronic payment process
Unisa is a pre-approved beneficiary on Standard Bank Internet Banking, simply
select Unisa in the beneficiary field.
Payment process for International students
Preferred method of payment is credit card via the UNISA website. Alternatively
payments could be processed by SWIFT/EFT transfers.
Please refer to page 23 for detailed information and more payment methods.
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Appendix 1
Examination centre codes
South Africa Mpumalanga
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
39012 Amersfoort 38334 Hendrina 43206 Praktisser (Burgersfort)
38237 Arabie 40134 Kabokweni 41157 Sabie
46019 Balfour 40142 Ka Nyamazane 38229 Siyabuswa
40010 Barberton 38245 Kwa Mhlanga 40215 Skukuza
46116 Bethal 41017 Lydenburg 46515 Standerton
39217 Carolina 40053 Malelane 43532 Steelpoort
46213 Delmas 38318 Middelburg 39519 Volkrust
40150 Elukwatini 41114 Mkhuhlu 41599 White River
39314 Ermelo 87041 Mlumati 38415 Witbank
46132 Evander 40118 Nelspruit
38210 Groblersdal 39411 Piet Rietief
South Africa North West
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
3701X Brits 17213 Makeng 83062 Soshanguve
44113 Christiana 74829 Mogwase 43532 Steelpoort
44318 Delareyville 45055 Orkney 17426 Taung College
17248 Fochville 4511X Potchefstroom 44717 Ventersdorp
45012 Klerksdorp 37214 Rustenburg 17418 Vryburg
37206 Lehurutshe 83070 Saulspoort 44830 Wolmaranstad
44512 Lichtenburg 4461X Schweizer Reneke 37133 Zeerust
South Africa Gauteng
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
3407X Alberton 33065 Johannesburg (Ormonde) 33316 Randburg
35130 Benoni 31011 Krugersdorp (Greek Church) 33405 Roodepoort (only students
residing in Roodepoort)
34010 Brakpan 41904 Krugersdorp (PP Church) 33502 Soweto
38016 Bronkhorstspruit 34088 Nigel 34215 Springs (Hellenic Centre)
31119 Carltonville 35998 Olifantsfontein 32115 Vanderbijlpark
37125 Cullinan 36013 Pretoria (Hall C) 32581 Vereeniging
33537 Daveyton 27006 Pretoria Heartfelt Arena 32956 Westonaria
35114 Germiston 3102X Randfontein 30554 Witpoortjie
83038 Hammanskraal
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South Africa Limpopo
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
41181 Acornhoek 42013 Letaba (Tivumbeni) 38377 Mpudulle
43419 Bela Bela 43222 Limburg 60232 Penge
60119 Bopedi-Bapedi 43516 Lephalale (Ellisras) 42072 Phalaborwa
4220X Ga Kgapane 43311 Makhado (Louis Trichardt) 43117 Polokwane (Pietersburg)
63010 Giyani 4301X Messina (Musina) 4315X Senwabarwana (Bochum)
46655 Groothoek Hospital 43575 Modimolle (Nylstroom) 43354 Soekmekaar
70130 Hoedspruit 43265 Modjadji 37419 Thabazimbi
43184 Jane Furse Hospital 43214 Mokopane (Potgietersrus) 70114 Thohoyandou
43168 Lebowakgomo 43257 Mookgopong (Naboomspruit)
South Africa Free State
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
52019 Bethlehem 51314 Ladybrand 4721X Theunissen
55018 Bloemfontein 50512 Lindley 49212 Viljoenskroon
49018 Bothaville 48011 Odendaalsrus 48119 Virginia
47015 Bultfontein 49115 Parys 5223X Vrede
5111X Ficksburg 5030X Petrus Steyn 48216 Welkom
50016 Frankfort 50717 Reitz 54011 Wepener
50113 Heilbron 57010 Sasolburg 55514 Winburg
52116 Harrismith 50814 Senekal 58017 Witsieshoek
55050 Jan Kempdorp 53031 Springfontein 54119 Zastron
56413 Kofefontein 13110 Steynsburg
50415 Kroonstad 55336 Thaba Nchu
South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
26514 Balgowan 26212 Estcourt 25216 Port Shepstone
3021X Dundee 26034 Illovo Beach 25313 Richmond
28207 Durban (DLI Hall) 25119 Ixopo 28010 Stanger
27138 Durban (Hellenic Centre) 03116 Kokstad (DR Church) 24015 Tongaat
27707 Durban Jewish Club 26417 Ladysmith 75116 Ulundi
26018 Durban (Regional ofce) 75833 Mkuze 25410 Umzinto
26484 Durban Tamil Vedic Society 30414 Newcastle 26719 Underberg
26352 Durban Telkom Learning Centre 26352 Newlands Hall 30449 Utrecht
29238 Empangeni 27316 Pietermaritzburg 30813 Vryheid
29017 Eshowe 39438 Pongola 25518 Wild Coast Sun
27413 Greytown 29211 Richards Bay
Examination centre codes
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South Africa Eastern Cape
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
09032 Aberdeen 20079 Fort Beaufort 23035 Matatiele
21016 Adelaide 69604 Goedemoed 12513 Middelberg
19739 Alexandria 12211 Graaf Reinet 8233 Mthatha
21210 Aliwal North 18015 Grahamstown 1821X Port Alfred
21318 Barkly East 82155 Idutywa 09016 Port Elizabeth
21113 Burgersdorp 11118 Jansenville 20303 Port Elizabeth (Walmer)
82031 Butterworth 08214 Jefreys Bay 22314 Queenstown
21512 Cathcart 08311 Joubertina 13013 Somerset East
12114 Cradock 19011 King Williams Town 11215 Steytlerville
22810 Dordrecht 09040 Kirkwood 20087 Ugie
2001X East London 8221X Lady Frere 09113 Uitenhage
2161X Elliot 82171 Lusikisiki 11312 Willowmore
82112 Engcobo 2211X Maclear
Examination centre codes
South Africa Northern Cape
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
7764X Alexander Bay 16314 Hopetown 17310 Postmasburg
0510X Brandvlei 17078 Kakamas 15210 Prieska
10219 Carnarvon 17159 Kathu 12912 Richmond
10111 Calvinia 16411 Kimberley 01015 Springbok
12017 Colesberg 01031 Kleinsee 10618 Sutherland
14117 De Aar 17116 Kuruman 17019 Upington
16217 Douglas 00132 Lime Acres 1415X Victoria West
00957 Garies 1513X Pofadder 10154 Williston
1611X Hartswater 00930 Port Nolloth
South Africa Western Cape
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
00140 Athlone 05312 Hermanus 10510 Prince Albert
10014 Beaufort West 07110 Knysna 0541X Riversdale
05010 Bredasdorp 06114 Ladismith 04316 Robertson
05118 Caledon 10413 Laingsburg 0443X Somerset West
00116 Cape Town
(Parow)
03115 Malmesbury (DR Church) 59005 Stellenbosch
04014 Ceres 00108 Milnerton 02658 Strand
01937 Citrusdal 02208 Moorreesburg 05517 Swellendam
01910 Clanwilliam 0801X Mossel Bay 04952 Touwsriver
07013 George 06211 Oudtshoorn 08419 Uniondale
00051 Goodwood N1 City 04219 Paarl 0331X Vredenburg
00701 Grassy Park 03212 Piketberg 02119 Vredendal
6985X Helderstroom 01740 Porterville 0491X Worcester
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Prisons and detention barracks
IMPORTANT
Centres at prisons and detention barracks are ONLY for prisoners, and NOT for the staf of the prison or for other students.
CODE CENTRE CODE CENTRE
04006 Allandale (Paarl) 05142 Helderstroom Maximum
43397 Atteridgeville 33030 Johannesburg (Project 3) (Diepkloof)
4007X Barberton 33049 Johannesburg (Medium A)
3603X Baviaanspoort 33154 Johannesburg (Medium B)
46124 Bethal 1642X Kimberley
34053 Boksburg 19038 King Williams Town
04979 Brandvlei Maximum 45039 Klerksdorp
05525 Bufeljags Prison 23000 Kokstad (Medium)
82406 Butterworth 50474 Kroonstad
14125 De Aar 31062 Krugersdorp
36102 Devon 16993 Kuruman
16373 Douglas 42935 Kutama-Sinthumule Max (Lephalale)
04235 Drakenstein (Medium B) 26441 Ladysmith (KwaZulu-Natal)
26050 Durban (Male) 3214X Leeuhof (Vereeniging)
26069 Durban (Female) 33111 Leeuwkop (Medium A)
43028 Dwarsrivier 3312X Leeuwkop (Medium B)
20028 East London (Medium C) 33138 Leeuwkop (Medium C)
42978 Ebongweni C-Max (Kokstad) 33146 Leeuwkop Maximum
30430 Ekuseni (Youth Development Centre) 44520 Lichtenburg
33022 Johannesburg (Project 2) (Female) 37079 Losperfontein (Brits)
3925X Ermelo 4332X Louis Trichardt
2905X Eshowe 42951 Lusikisiki
43036 Estcourt 22527 Makeng
23507 Fort Beaufort 03158 Malmesbury (New Prison)
85022 Gaborone 55026 Mangaung Maximum
42943 George 43109 Mauritius
30252 Glencoe 20001 Mdantsane
2127X Goedemoed 71625 Middledrift
09121 Goodwood 12556 Middelburg (Eastern Cape)
18031 Grahamstown 38296 Middelburg (Mpumalanga)
32131 Groenpunt (Vereeniging) 83097 Odi/Mabopane
77224 Grootfontein 02607 Oudtshoorn
55034 Grootvlei 17256 Parys
52124 Harrismith 27324 Pietermaritzburg
84301 Harare 00310 Pollsmoor Maximum
77828 Hardap (Mariental, Namibia) 43125 Polokwane
46329 Heidelberg 45136 Potchefstroom
05150 Helderstroom 34037 Modderbee
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CODE CENTRE CODE CENTRE
42986 Mogwase 43303 Sekhukhuni
82244 Mount Fletcher 5092X Senekal
82260 Mount Frere 2760X Sevontein
3083X Ncome 09024 St Albans Maximum
40126 Nelspruit 46523 Standerton
34150 Nigel 78743 Swakopmund
43060 Obiqua Prison, Tulbach 70122 Thohoyandou
42994 Port Elizabeth (Female) 82376 Mthatha
36072 Pretoria Local 25402 Umzinto
36048 Pretoria Maximum 17035 Upington (Male)
36056 Pretoria Central 01023 Voorberg
60097 Pretoria (Female) 29009 Waterval-Utrecht
89605 Prince Albert 04855 Wellington
43079 Qalakabusha (Empangeni) 78735 Windhoek Central
1723X Rooigrond 38423 Witbank
37400 Rustenburg 04995 Worcester
5710X Sasolburg 38156 Zonderwater B
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Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
ALGERIA LESOTHO NIGERIA
99740 Algiers 86010 Maseru 85138 Lagos
ANGOLA MALAWI RWANDA
8400X Luanda 98825 Kigali
BOTSWANA 90026 Blantyre SENEGAL
88706 Dukwi Refugee Camp,
Sowa Town
8803X Lilongwe 8512X Dakar
00906 Francistown MALI SIERRA LEONE
85014 Gaborone 99309 Bamako
85049 Jwaneng MOZAMBIQUE 99538 Freetown
85030 Lobatse 9997X Maputo SUDAN
99724 Maun MAROCCO 89419 Khartoum
BURUNDI 90603 Rabat SWAZILAND
99104 Bujumbura NAMIBIA 8705X Matsapha
CAMEROON 77119 Gobabis 87092 Big Bend
91758 Yaounde 77313 Karasburg TANZANIA
CONGO (DRC) 79219 Katima-Mulilo 91235 Dar es Salaam
90905 Kinshasa 77518 Keetmanshoop UGANDA
EGYPT 8929X Khorixas 91480 Kampala
91103 Cairo 77615 Luderitz ZAMBIA
ETHIOPIA 7781X Mariental 88986 Kitwe
87106 Addis Ababa 77917 Okahandja 8896X Livingstone
EQUATORIAL GUINEA 77658 Oranjemund 88951 Lusaka
89486 Malabo 79014 Oshakati/Ongwediva ZIMBABWE
GABON 78115 Otjiwarongo 84298 Harare
9112X Libreville 78212 Outjo 84018 Bulawayo
GHANA 77674 Rosh Pinah
85111 Accra 79111 Rundu
KENYA 79359 Swakopmund
90921 Nairobi (Kenya College of
Accountancy)
78514 Tsumeb
89311 Nairobi
(Inoorero University)
78433 Walvis Bay
85189 Egerton University 78719 Windhoek
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Countries outside of Africa
Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
ARAB EMIRATES (UNITED) CHILE ISRAEL
99856 Abu Dhabi 90891 Santiago 90778 Tel Aviv
98760 Dubai CHINA ITALY
ARGENTINA 90700 Beijing 9045X Milan
90077 Buenos Aires 91367 Shanghai 90638 Rome
AUSTRALIA CHINA - TAIWAN JAPAN
91308 Adelaide 90735 Taipei 90794 Tokyo
91030 Brisbane CUBA JORDAN
90158 Canberra 98957 Havana 91251 Amman
90441 Melbourne CYPRUS KAZAKHSTAN
9059X Perth 90786 Nicosia 99171 Astana
90727 Sydney DENMARK KOREA
AUSTRIA 9031X Copenhagen 90751 Seoul
90816 Vienna FINLAND KUWAIT
BAHRAIN (PERSIAN GULF) 90271 Helsinki 91464 Kuwait
99937 Manamah FRANCE MADAGASCAR
BELGIUM 90573 Paris 91359 Antananarivo
90131 Brussels GERMANY MALAYSIA
BERMUDA 91065 Berlin 91146 Kuala Lumpur
98868 Bermuda 90506 Frankfurt MAURITIUS
BRAZIL 90093 Kln 90654 Reduit
90115 Brasilia 90492 Munich 91162 Rodrigues Island
BULGARIA GREECE MEXICO
91170 Soa 90018 Athens 90069 Mexico City
CANADA HONG KONG NETHERLANDS
90522 Calgary, Alberta 90298 Hong kong 90190 The Hague
92568 Charlottetown,
Prince Edward Island
HUNGARY
92479 Halifax, Nova Schotia 90808 Budapst
93343 Happy Valley,
Goose Bay, NL
ICELAND
99155 Kingston, Jamaica 90107 Reykjavik
92630 Montreal (Quebec) INDIA
90557 Ottawa 99872 Mumbay
92681 Regina, Saskatchewan INDONESIA
99767 Saskatoon 99112 Jakarta
91014 Toronto 99910 New Delhi
90646 Vancouver IRAN
92649 Victoria, British Columbia 9076X Tehran
91456 Winnipeg, Manitoba IRELAND
94544 Yukon 91448 Dublin
98841 Cayman Islands
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Code Centre Code Centre Code Centre
NEW ZEALAND SEYCHELLES USA
90867 Auckland 99457 Mahe 92444 Anchorage, Alaska
90875 Dunedin SINGAPORE 93149 Atlanta, Georgia
90859 Wellington 90085 Singapore 92452 Beaverton, Oregon
91804 Christchurch SPAIN 92525 Bentonville Arkansas
NORWAY 90417 Madrid 90174 Chicago
9014X Oslo SWEDEN 94552 Daly City, San Francisco
OMAN 90719 Stockholm 93211 Delaware, Newark
9918X Muscat SWEDEN 93378 Denver City, Colorado, Colosado
PAKISTAN 90719 Stockholm 92606 Emporia, Kansas
90344 Islamabad SWITZERLAND 92509 Fresno, California
PERU 92657 Greenville, Ohio
92029 Lima 90212 Geneva 93386 Idano, Boise
PHILIPPINES THAILAND 92622 Jackson, Mississippi
92290 Manila 91022 Bangkok 92460 Lawton, Oklahoma
POLAND TURKEY 90972 Los Angeles
9093X Warsaw 89435 Ankara 92517 Menomonie, Wisconsin
PORTUGAL 91499 Istanbul 92614 Tennessee, Knoxville
90379 Lisbon UKRAINE 90530 New York
QATAR 99864 Kiev 92592 Norfolk, Virginia
98698 Doha UNITED ARAB
EMIRATES
92533 Orlando, Florida
RUSSIAN FEDERATION 99856 Abu Dhabi 9269X Piscataway, New Jersey
99880 Moscow 98760 Dubai 92576 Salt Lake City, Utah
SAUDI ARABIA UNITED KINGDOM 92495 San Diego, California
99953 Jeddah 90395 London 9336X St Louis, Missouri
99996 Riyadh 9255X Victoria, Texas
90832 Washington DC
VENEZUELA
98930 Caracas
VIETNAM
89427 Hanoi
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CODE DISABILITY CODE DISABILITY
15 Cardiovascular diseases, such as heart diseases and
blood pressure
21 Multiple disabilities
09 Cerebral palsied 13 Muscular/skeletal/joint/limb deciencies/diseases, such
as polio and muscular dystrophy
08 Communication and speech problems, such as stuttering 14 Other neurological diseases, such as multiple sclerosis
06 Deaf 10 Paraplegic
19 Diabetes 11 Quadriplegic
22 Disabilities not mentioned 20 Serious chronic diseases
07 Dyslexia and other similar learning disabilities 17 Stroke/brain disorders
12 Epilepsy 02 Visually impaired: blind
05 Hearing disability: study material on audio cassette
should be transcribed
03 Visually impaired: not blind. Find it difcult to read
printed text. Cannot study through reading. Need help,
such as audio cassettes, enlarged print, computer discs
for computers with voice synthesizers
16 Kidney and blood deciencies 04 Visually impaired: not blind. Can study through reading.
Do not need study material on audio cassette
18 Mental health problems/mental disorders/phobias/
chemical imbalances
23 Wheelchair
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Other registration codes
Occupation
Disability
CODE OCCUPATION CODE OCCUPATION
01015 Accountant/auditor 11045 Citizen force member
1334X Admin/spec secretaries 04006 Clerical or related worker
12424 Administration professional 14222 Client information workers
16128 Animal producers 10111 Commissioned ofcer
01023 Architect/quantity surveyor 01031 Computer specialist
1821X Assemblers 15121 Cook
17221 Blacksmiths/toolmakers 05002 Craftsman or related worker
17124 Building nishers 12653 Creative/performing artist
17116 Building frame trade work 12521 Database/network
15156 Building/housekeeping superv 19119 Domestic/hotel/ofce cleaner
13331 Business services agents 17418 Electrical equipment installer/repairer
18325 Car/Van/motorcycle driver 17426 Electronics/telecoms installer
18139 Chemical/photographic operator 12157 Electrotechnology engineer
15318 Child care workers/teacher aid 0104X Engineer
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CODE OCCUPATION CODE OCCUPATION
01228 Engineering/science technician 01090 Librarian/archivist 13250
Other health associate
professional
10006 Farm labourer/farm foreman 13145 Life science technician 12262 Other health professional
01058 Farm management advisor 12130 Life sciences professional 15164 Other personal services work
09008 Farmer/farm manager 02003 Manager/administrator 15245 Other sales workers
12416 Finance professionals 11320
Manufacturing/mining/
construction manager
11436 Other service manager
13315 Financial 19321 Manufacturing labourer 1818X Other stationary plant operator
11029 Fireman 1611X Market gardeners/crop grower 12351 Other teaching professional
16225 Fishery workers/hunters/trap 1432X Material-recording/transport 17132 Paint/building structure cleaner
19410 Food preparation assistants 01104 Mathematician 12246 Paramedical practitioners
17515 Food related trade 01147 Medical doctor/dentist 11053 Permanent force member
18163 Food/related machine operator 13218
Medical/pharmaceutical
technician
15326 Personal care health service
01066 Forestor/conservationist 18120 Metal proc/nishing operator 01139 Personnel ofcer
13021 Full-time student (elsewhere) 19313 Mining/construction labourer 11037 Police ofcer/detective
13013 Full-time student at Unisa 13129
Mining/constructrction
supervisor
12343 Primary school teacher
17531 Garment/related trades work 18112 Mining/mineral plant operator 17329 Printing trades workers
15148 Hairdressers/beauticians 16136 Mixed crop/animal producer 11010 Prison service worker
17310 Handicraft workers 18341 Mobile plant operators 13137 Process control technicians
01163 Health technologist 11061 National service trainee 11347 Professional service manager
18333 Heavy truck and bus drivers 10219 Non-commissioned ofcers 1107X Protection service (other)
01074 Home management advisor 30414 Not economically active 19615 Refuse workers
1141X Hotel, restaurant manager 14311 Numerical clerks 13358 Regulatory government
12009 Housewife 01155 Nurses/dieticians 01171 Religious worker
1351X
ICT operator/User support
technician
13226
Nursing/midwifery assistant
professional
01260 Research worker not classied
11339 ICT service manager 14001 Occupation not classied 11428 Retail/wholesale trade manager
01082 Jurist 17000 Occupation unknown 16004 Retired
14133 Keyboard operator 07005 Operative (transport) 18147 Rubber/plastic/paper operator
3021X Labour-disabled people 06009 Operator (except transport) 13323 Sales and purchasing agents
08001 Labourer (except farm) 01120 Ops research/systems analyst 0300X Sales worker
19399 Labourer/mining/construction 10316
Other armed forces
occupations
12432 Sales/marketing/PR
01201 Lecturer/professor 14419 Other clerical support work 0121X Secondary education teacher
11118 Legislator/senior ofcial 1754X Other craft and related work
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Home language
CODE HOME LANGUAGE CODE HOME LANGUAGE
A Afrikaans SH Shona
B Afrikaans/English SS Southern Sotho
E English SP Spanish
F French SW Swati
D German TS Tsonga/Shangaan
GR Greek TW Tswana
HE Hebrew VE Venda
IT Italian XH Xhosa
NB Ndebele ZU Zulu
ND Ndonga OA Other African languages
NS Northern Sotho OF Other foreign languages
PO Portuguese
Population groups
CODE POPULATION GROUP CODE POPULATION GROUP
300X African 4006 Indian
2003 Coloured 1007 White/Chinese
9008 Other/Foreign National
Occupation
CODE OCCUPATION CODE OCCUPATION
14125 Secretary (general) 13528 Telecoms/broadcasting technician
11088 Service worker (other) 14214 Teller/related clerk
17213 Sheet/structural metal worker 18155 Textile/furniture/leather machine operator
1835X Ships' deck crews/related 12238 Traditional/complementary medicine
15229 Shop salesperson 13234 Traditional medical professional
0118X Social scientist 1933X Transport and storage labour
01198 Social/recreation worker 15113 Travel attendant/conductor/guide
13420 Sports and tness worker 15008 Unemployed
15237 Store/market sales person 19127 Vehicle/window/laundry cleaner
19526 Street vendor (excluding food) 12254 Veterinarian
19518 Street/related service worker 13242 Veterinary technician/asstistant.
16349 Subs shers/hunters/trapper 01244 Vocational counsellor
16314 Subsistence crop farmers 12327 Vocational education teacher
16322 Subsistence livestock farmer 1513X Waiter/bartender
16330 Subsistence mixed crop farmer 18171 Wood/paper plant operator
01279 Technical worker (other) 17523 Wood treater/cabinet maker
01236 Technician (other) 01252 Writer/artist/musician
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Economic sector
CODE ECONOMIC SECTOR CODE ECONOMIC SECTOR
01007 Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries 04006 Manufacturing
08001 Business and Repair Services 02003 Mining
0300X Construction 09008
Personal Services, including hotel and household
services
11215 Education Primary or Preprimary 11401
Professional and related services
NOT listed elsewhere
11223 Education Secondary 11509
Public Administration Public Service, Provincial
Administration, City Councils, Municipalities, etc
11231 Education Tertiary 05002
Transportation, Communication and other Public
Utilities
10006 Entertainment and Recreational Services 11304 Welfare and non-prot membership organizations
07005 Finance, Insurance and Real Estate 06009 Wholesale and Retail Trade
1110X Hospital and Health Services 11606
NOT APPLICABLE (any sector not mentioned above,
eg housewives, pensioners, unemployed, etc)
Previous year activity
CODE PREVIOUS YEAR ACTIVITY CODE PREVIOUS YEAR ACTIVITY
08 Enrolled in a foreign post secondary institution 02 Technikon student
03 Higher Education College student 07 Unemployed
98 Other activity 01 University student
05 Secondary school student 99 Unknown activity
04 Technical College student 06 Working in labour force
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Nationality
CODE COUNTRY CODE COUNTRY CODE COUNTRY CODE COUNTRY CODE COUNTRY
1007 Algeria 1988 Senegal 1937 Mali 2941 Venezuela 5061 Fiji
1015 South Africa 2003 Cuba 3204 Iran 295X Virgin Islands (British) 507X French Polynesia
1112 Ivory Coast 2011 Argentina 3212 Iraq 2968 Virgin Islands (US) 5088 Guam
1120 Namibia 202X Brazil 3220 Kazakhstan 3018 Israel 5096 Kiribati
1139 Botswana 2038 Bolivia 3239 Jordan 3026 Armenia 510X Mariana Islands
1147 Lesotho 2046 Chile 3247 Kuwait 3034 Azerbaijan 5118 Marshall Islands
1155 Swaziland 2054 Colombia 3255 Kyrgyzstan 3042 Bahrain 5126 Micronesia
1163 Zambia 2062 Dominica 3263 Lagos 3050 Georgia 5134 Nauru
1171 Zimbabwe 2070 Dominican Republic 3271 Lebanon 3077 India 5142 New Caledonia
118X Malawi 2089 Ecuador 328X Macau 3085 Indonesia 5150 Norfolk Island
1198 Mauritius 2119 Anguilla 3301 Maldives 3107 Hong Kong 5169 Palau
1201 Mozambique 2127 Antigua and Barbuda 3409 Mongolia 3123 Taiwan 5177
Papua New
Guinea
121X Kenya 2135 Aruba 3506 Nepal 3131 Japan 5185 Solomon Islands
1228 Zaire 2143 Bahamas 3514 Oman 314X Malaysia 4243 Estonia
1236 Tanzania 2151 Barbados 3522 Pakistan 3158 Bangladesh 4251 Faroe Islands
1244 Madagascar 216X Belize 3530 Philippines 3166 Brunei 426X Finland
1252 Seychelles 2178 Bermuda 3549 Qatar 3174 Cambodia 4286 Gibraltar
1260 Reunion 2186 Cayman Islands 3557 Russia 3182 China 4294 Guernsey
1279 Angola 2194 Costa Rica 3565 Saudi Arabia 4146 Andorra 4340 Vatican City
1287 Uganda 2208 USA 3573 Singapore 4154 Belarus 4359 Yugoslavia
1295 Burundi 2216 Canada 3581 South Korea 4162 Bosnia 4405 Hungary
1317 Comores 2232 Guyana 359X Sri Lanka 4170 Bulgaria 4448 Turkey
1341 Congo 2240 El Salvador 3603 Syria 4189 Croatia 4456 Ukraine
135X Gabon 2259 Greenland 3611 Tajikistan 4200 San Marino 4502 Iceland
1384 Liberia 2267 Grenada 362X Thailand 4219 Slovakia 4529 Jersey
1392 Rwanda 2275 Guadelope 3638 Turkmenistan 4227 Czech Republic 4537 Latvia
1406 Benin 2283 Guatemala 3646
United Arab
Emirates
4235 Denmark 4545 Liechtenstein
1414 Burkina Faso 2291 Haiti 3654 Uzbekistan 4014 Austria 4553 Lithuania
1422 Cameroon 2305 French Guiana 3662 Vietnam 4022 Belgium 4561 Luxemborg
1430 Cape Verde 2402 Honduras 3670 Yemen 4030 France 457X Macedonia
1449
Central African
Republic
250X Jamaica 4006 Albania 4049 Greece 4588 Malta
1457 Chad 2518 Martinique 2550 Nicaragua 4057 Ireland 4596 Moldova
1465 Djibouti 2526 Mexico 2569 Panama 4065 Italy 460X Monaco
1473 Egypt 2534 Montserrat 2577 Paraguay 4073 Netherlands 4707 Norway
1481 Equatorial Guinea 2542 Netherlands Antilles 2585 Peru 4081 Portugal 4804 Poland
149X Eritrea 1538 Sierra Leone 2593 Puerto Rico 409X Spain 4901 Romania
1503 Ethiopia 1546 Tunisia 2607 Saint Lucia 4103 Switzerland 4995 Slovenia
1511 Sudan 1562 Western Sahara 2704 Saint Vincent 4111 United Kingdom 5193 Tongo
152X Togo 1600 Gambia 2801 St Kitts and Nevis 412X Germany 5207 Tuvalu
1945 Mauritania 1708 Ghana 2909 Suriname 4138 Cyprus 5215 Vanuatu
1953 Morocco 1805 Guinea 2917 Trinidad and Tobago 5010 Australia 5223 Wallis and Futuna
1961 Niger 1902 Guinea-Bissau 2925 Turks and Caicos 5029 New Zealand 5231 Western Samoa
197X Nigeria 1929 Libya 2933 Uruguay 5053 Cook Islands 9997 No Information
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College of Economic & Management Sciences
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
BCOM/ BCOMPT/
BADMIN
(Specialisation:
COM)
LSK0108 Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
INM1013 Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
+
INM1024 Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
LSK0108 Language And Learning Skills (S1
& S2)
+
INM1013 Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
+
NM1024 Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
College of Law (Old Codes In Brackets)
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
LLB
(Specialisation:
LLB)
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
ILW1501 (ILW1036) - Introduction to Law
(S1 & S2)
+
SCL1501 (SCL1014) - Skills Course for Law
Students (S1 & S2)
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
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Access Programmes
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College of Humanities (Old Codes In Brackets)
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
BA (Visual Arts)
(Nursing Science)
(Social Work)
(Information
Science)
(Musicology)
(Specialisation:
HUM)
Option 1:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills (S1
& S2)
+
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
Option 2:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills (S1
& S2)
+
Two rst level Modules Chosen from
Proposed Qualication
Option 3:
TSK011U Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
Two First Level Modules Chosen from
Proposed Proposed Qqualication
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
TSK011U Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
and one Of
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
INM1024 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
BTH LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
CGM1501 - Invitation to Theology (S1 & S2)
+
1 First-level degree module chosen from
proposed qualication
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
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Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
B ED (Foundation
Phase)
(Specialisation: EDF)
Option 1:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U- Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
EDT101G Child Development (S1 & S2)
+
EDT102H- Guidance Counselling & Life Skills
Development (S1 & S2)
Option 2:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+ two of
PRS101Y- Early Childhood Teaching
(S1 & S2)
PRS1023 -Health in Early Childhood
Education (S1 & S2)
PRS1034 -Art and Handwork (S1 & 2)
Option 3:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & 2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+ two modules on rst-year
level in a school subject
3 of the following:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
INM1024 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
SSD011P -Study skills development
(S1 & S2)
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Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
B ED (Intermediate
Phase)
(Specialisation: EDI)
Option 1:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
EDT1601 - Child Development (S1 & S2)
+
ETH102L - The Learning Child (S1 & S2)
Option 2:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
PST103E- Teaching Social Sciences (S1 & S2)
+
PST131J - Language Teaching (S1 & S2)
Option 3:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
2 modules on rst-year level in a
school subject
3 of the following:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
INM102 - Intro to the Economic and
Mangement Environment (S1 & S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
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Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
B ED
(Further
Educational
Training)
(Specialisation: EDS)
Option 1:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
EDT1601 Child Development (S1 & S2)
+
EDT1602 - Learning and Teaching Strategies
in the adolescent years (S1 & S2)
Option 2:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
OR
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
+
2 modules on rst-year level in a
school subject
3 of the following:
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
INM102 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
College of Agriculture and Enviromental Sciences (Old Codes In Brackets)
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
BSc Agricultural
Science
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
2 rst-level degree modules chosen from
proposed qualication
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
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Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication

Bachelor of
Consumer Science
(Specialisation: BCS)
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
OR
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
2 rst-level degree modules chosen from
proposed qualication
LSK0108 - Language and Learning Skills
(S1 & S2)
+
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
+
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
Bachelor of Science
(Enviromental
Management) /
(Natural Sciences)
(Specialisation: SCI)
Pre-Requisite
Maths HG 40% or
Maths SG 50%
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
+
2 rst-level degree modules chosen from
proposed qualication
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
+
1 OF:
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)

INM1024 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
BA (Agricultural
Science)
No access programme available
No access programme available
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College of Agriculture and Enviromental Sciences (Old Codes In Brackets)
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
Bachelor of Science
(Enviromental
Management) /
(Natural Sciences)
(Specialisation: SCI)
Obtained less than
Maths HG 40% or
Maths SG 50%
(Must have Studied
Maths at Matric
level)
Option 1:
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
Option 2:
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
+ One or two modules from:
AST 1631 (AST131F) - General introduction to astronomy
(S1 & S2)
BLG1501 (BLG111H) - Basic Biology (S1 & S2)
BLG1502 (BLG112J/BLG113K) - Animal and Plant Diversity
(S1 & S2)
CHE1500 (CHE111Q/CHE112R) - Introductory chemistry
(S1 & S2)
COS1511 ( COS111U) - Introduction to programming 1
(S1 & S2)
CSS101H - Comprehension skills for Science (S1 & S2)
CSS011G English for Science
Access (S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to
Mathematics (YR)
+
1 of:
INM1013 - Intro to the
Economic and Management
Environment (S1 & S2)
INM1024 - Intro to the
Economic and Management
Environment (S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1
& S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills
Development (S1 & S2)

GGH1501 (GGH101Q) - Know your world: Introduction to
Geography (S1 & S2)
GGH1502 (GGH102R) - World issues: a Geographical
Perspective (S1 & S2)
EUP1501 (CEM101A) - End-user Computing (YR)
INF1505 (INF1059) - Introduction to Business Information
Systems (S1 & S2)
PHY1501 (PHY1015) - Elementary Mechanics (S1 & S2)
PHY1502 (PHY1026) - Elementary electromagnetism and heat
(S1 & S2)
PYC1501 (PYC101Y) - Basic psychology (S1 & S2)
PYC1502 (PYC1023) - Psychology in society (S1 & S2)
STA1501 (STS1113) - Descriptive statistics and probability
(S1 & S2)
STA1502 (STS1124 ) - Statistical inference (S1 & S2)
STA1510 (STS1055/STA191Q) - Basic statistics (S1 & S2)
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College of Science, Engineering & Technology (Old Codes In Brackets)
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication

BSC
(Specialisation: SCI)
Pre-Requisite:
Maths HG 40% or
Maths SG 50%
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
+
Two rst-level degree modules chosen from
proposed qualication
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
+ one of:
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
INM1024 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)
Obtained less than
Maths Hg 40% or
Maths Sg 50%
(Must have studied
Maths at matric
level)
Option 1:
CSS011G English for Science Access (S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
Option 2:
CSS011G English for Science Access (S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
+
One or two modules from:
AST 1631 (AST131F) - General introduction
to astronomy (S1 & S2)
BLG1501 (BLG111H) - Basic Biology
(S1 & S2)
BLG1502 (BLG112J/BLG113K) - Animal and
Plant Diversity (S1 & S2)
CHE1500 (CHE111Q/CHE112R) -
Introductory chemistry (S1 & S2)
COS1511 ( COS111U) - Introduction to
programming 1 (S1 & S2)
CSS101H - Comprehension skills for Science
(S1 & S2)
GGH1501 (GGH101Q) - Know your world:
Introduction to Geography (S1 & S2)
GGH1502 (GGH102R) - World Issues:
Geographical Perspective (S1 & S2)
CSS011G English for Science Access
(S1 & S2)
+
MAT0511 - Access to Mathematics (YR)
+ one of:
INM1013 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
INM1024 - Intro to the Economic and
Management Environment (S1 & S2)
TSK011U - Thinking Skills (S1 & S2)
SSD011P - Study Skills Development
(S1 & S2)

Access Programmes: College of Science, Engineering
and Technology (00051): Ofered for the last time in 2012
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College of Science, Engineering & Technology (Old Codes In Brackets)
Proposed
Qualication
SA Senior Certicate Foreign Qualication
EUP1501 (CEM101A) - End-user Computing (YR)
INF1505 (INF1059) - Introduction to Business Information
Systems (S1 & S2)
PHY1501 (PHY1015) - Elementary Mechanics (S1 & S2)
PHY1502 (PHY1026) - Elementary electromagnetism and heat
(S1 & S2)
PYC1501 (PYC101Y) - Basic psychology (S1 & S2)
PYC1502 (PYC1023) - Psychology in society (S1 & S2)
STA1501 (STS1113) - Descriptive statistics and probability
(S1 & S2)
STA1502 (STS1124 ) - Statistical inference (S1 & S2)
STA1510 (STS1055/STA191Q) - Basic statistics (S1 & S2)
Syllabuses
CSS011G English for Science Access (S1 and S2) (E) (one paper of two hours).
The package includes a study guide and a tutorial letter with assignments.
In this module you learn to use English efectively to communicate and understand communication using visual, mathematical
and language skills. You learn to read with comprehension, increase your vocabulary and write notes and summaries.
The examination comprises multiple-choice questions based on a selection of texts. We shall assess your ability to
read texts for meaning; use understanding of language to nd and link information and indentify information from a
variety of texts to complete note-making tasks.
INM1013 Introduction to the Economic and Management Environment 1A
(Semester 1 and 2) (E+A) (one paper of two hours)
The study package for INM1013 consists of two guides, an audio tape and tutorial letters with assignments and
feedback on assignments.
The following topics are dealt with: study management; career planning; the economic system of South Africa; the
role of business management; accounting and accounting aids.
The examination comprises 65 multiple-choice questions similar to those in the multiple-choice assignments.
INM1024 Introduction to the Economic and Management Environment 1A
(Semester 1 and 2) (E+A) (one paper of two hours)
The study package for INM1024 consists of a study guide and tutorial letters with assignments and feedback on assignments.
The following topics are dealt with: quantitative decision making (percentages, break-even analysis, depreciation,
linear programming); industrial psychology (human behavior in the workplace, human resources management);
communication (transcultural communication problems); organizational culture (business ethics).
The examination comprises 65 multiple-choice questions similar to those in the multiple-choice assignments.
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LSK0108 Language and Learning Skills (S1 and S2) (E) (one paper of two hours)
The package includes a study guide, an audio tape and a tutorial letter with assignments.
This access module has as its primary outcome the production of better readers and writers with a sound
knowledge of language and increased vocabulary. It also aims to make students more self-directed learners who are
aware of their own needs and responsibilities.
The examination comprises multiple-choice questions based on a text or selection of texts and an argumentative
essay (you have a choice of topics).
MAT0511 (MAT011K) Access to Mathematics
(Year module) (E) (one paper of three hours)
The module covers certain topics from school mathematics and relevant applications to real-life situations.
Purpose: to enable students to demonstrate the understanding of the real number system, ratio, proportion,
percentage, integral exponents, scientic notation and estimation, roots, units, algebraic expressions, sequences,
linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, systems of equations in two unknowns, exponents, logarithms,
functions, straight lines, parabolas, hyperbolas, circles, introduction to elementary statistics, basic geometry (angles,
triangles, quadrilaterals) and calculation of areas and volumes.
SSD011P Study Development (S1 and S2) (E) (one paper of two hours)
NB: In addition to the registration fee, students are required to also purchase specic prescribed material.
This access module has as outcome the enhancement of the learners tertiary education skills to deal adequately
with the challenges of higher education.
The rst section presents a discussion and exercises on study process evaluation; academic planning; the study
process; making the most of your memory; studying dense material; the reading process; the writing process.
These are followed by a section on examination preparation and dealing with academic anxiety.
The study package consists of a study guide, tutorial letters, a prescribed book and four assignments. The learner
should make provision for about 8 hours of study per week for this module.
The examination paper requires shorter, multiple-choice answers as well as longer, written answers and counts 100 marks.
TSK011U Thinking Skills (S1 and S2) (E) (one paper of two hours)
The package includes a study guide and a tutorial letter with assignments.
The access module has as one of its outcomes the production of self-directed learners who are able to operate
within the university context. It also aims to produce more critical thinkers who can identify and solve problems,
make responsible decisions and reect on their own thinking processes and actions.
The examination comprises 50 multiple-choice questions based on a selection of texts.
What must you do when you complete your access programme?
You will have to apply for a certicate of conditional matric exemption before you will be allowed to register for a Bachelors
Degree. This must be done before or at the time of your registration by completing the M30 Application Form (found in
myChoice@Unisa 2012 and the Unisa web www.unisa.ac.za) and submitting the relevant documentation and fee.
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Appendix 4
Transitional arrangements
Subject Transitional Agreements Study unit passed Modules which may
not be taken
Outstanding modules
Afrikaans AFK101Q AFK1501
AFK102R AFK1502
AFK105U AFK1503
AFK103S AFK1504
AFK201T AFK3701 (from 2012)
AFK202U AFK2601
AFK203V AFK2602
TEX8216 TEX2601
AFK301W AFK3702
AFK3043 AFK3703
AFK823N AFK3704
TEX8228 TEX3701
Applied
Information
Science
SKA100 APY101, APY102 OR
APY1501, 1601
NONE
SKA201 APY201 OR APY2601 APY202, APY203 OR
APY2701, APY2602
SKA202 APY202, APY203 OR
APY2701, APY2602
APY201 OR APY2601
SKA301 APY301 OR APY3701 APY302, APY303,
APY304 OR APY3702,
APY3703, APY370
SKA302 APY302 OR APY3702 APY301, APY303,
APY304 OR APY3701,
APY3703, APY3704
SKA303 APY303, APY304 OR
APY3703, APY3704
APY301, APY302 OR
APY3701, APY3702
Applied
Linguistics
Students who have passed any
module in the old curriculum
retain credit for those modules
passed, however students who
have passed any module listed
under the column: study unit
passed, may not register for
the module opposite it in the
column: modules which may
not be taken. Completion of the
pair of modules in the study unit
passed column, is also equivalent
to the completion of the pair of
modules opposite them in the
column with modules which may
not be taken.
MAPP01S HAPL481
MAPP02T HAPL481
MAPP04V HAPL482
MAPP05W HAPL482
MAPP083 HAPL483
MAPP094 HAPL483
MAPP12V HAPL484
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Outstanding modules
Applied
Mathematics
Please note that some modules
have received new codes. The
codes for many of the Applied
Mathematics and Mathematics
modules have changed in recent
years, and some have had double
codes. Please note that you
cannot get credit for a module
with the same content, under
two diferent codes.
ARABIC Students who have passed
ARB203Q or ARB204R may
not register for ARB2056.
Students who have passed
ARB302S, 303T, 304U or 305V
may not register for ARB3707
(ARB3093). Students who have
passed ARBCTXD, ARBMTXE or
ARBCPTW may not register for
ARB4803 (ARBCMC6). Students
who have passed REARIS5
may not register for HRS415U.
Students who have passed
ARBQTC4 may not register for
ARB4802. Students who have
passed ARBLITE may not register
for ARB4801.
HALSSSN AFL4801
HALLSMQ AFL4802
HALTRA4 AFL4803
HALMOLJ AFL4804
MSLFNDL NONE
MSLPLPV NONE
Archaeology Students who passed only one of
the two papers of South African
Archaeology II (SAR200) prior
to 1994 retain credit for the
paper passed and must now
register for the equivalent of the
uncompleted paper. See the table
below.
ACE100 AGE101, AGE102 OR
AGE1501, AGE1601
NONE
SAR201 AGE201, AGE202, OR
AGE2601, AGE2701
AGE203 OR AGE2602
SAR202 AGE203 OR AGE2602 AGE201, AGE202 OR
AGE2601,
AGE2701
ACE201 AGE201, AGE202 OR
AGE2601, AGE2701
AGE203 OR AGE2602
ACE202 AGE203 OR AGE2602 AGE201, AGE202 OR
AGE2601, AGE2701
Art History As the art history honours is a
revised curriculum students who
have commenced their studies in
art history honours before 2011
may substitute the modules in
the column on the left below
with the equivalent modules in
the column on the right if they
have already passed
these modules.
HRHMV81 HONAAR9
HMV4802 HONACTF
ARH4801 HONAMIQ
ARH4802 HONAMR3
ARH4803 HONAPHV
Astronomy AST134J AST1534
AST251N AST2651
AST252P AST2652
AST255S AST2655
AST355V AST3755
AST363V AST3763
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Subject Transitional Agreements Study unit passed Modules which may
not be taken
Outstanding modules
Auditing Students who wish to transfer
from UnisaTSA programmes to
Unisa-degree programmes will
receive credit for the following
study units.Credits will only
be considered in respect of
completed study units.
AUD3M1S AUE201L
AUD3M2S AUE202M
AUD402F AUE303R
IOU191Y AUE1501
AUD2M1W AUE1501
AUD2M2W AUE202M
Biblical
Archaeology
If the requisite number of
modules has not been passed at
this level, then either OTS1502
or ECH1501 must be taken.
The rst three BBA300 modules
passed will carry credits towards
level 6 (irrespective of whether
from Old or New Testament
with the exception of BBA308C
which is a level 7 module); any
remaining credits to be made up
from any of ECH2602, ECH2603,
OTS2602. Any outstanding
credits at level 7 can be made
up from the following:
OTS3702, OTS3703 and
ECH3701, ECH3702.
BBA101U OTS1502
BBA3014 OTS2602
BBA3025 ECH2602
BBA3036 ECH3702
BBA3048 OTS3702
BBA3059 OTS3703
BBA306A ECH3701
BBA307B ECH2603
BBA308C OTS3705
Biblical Studies The rst three BBS300 modules
passed will carry credits towards
level 6 irrespective of whether
from Old or New Testament);
any remaining credits to be
made up from any of ECH2601,
OTS2601, OTS2603 or
OTS2604. Any outstanding
credits at level 7 can be made up
from the following: ECH3703,
ECH3704, ECH3705.
BBS103F OTS1501
BBS104G ECH1501
BBS301K ECH3705
BBS302L discontinued
BBS304N and
BBA3059
absorbed, revised
and migrated
OTS3703
BBS305P OTS2601
BBS306Q discontinued
BBS307R
(absorbed into)
OTS3701
BBS308S ECH3704
BBS309T
(absorbed into)
OTS2603
Biochemistry BCH3701 is the equivalent of
BCH3711 or BCH311B (Theory).
BCH3702 is the equivalent of
BCH3712 or BCH312C (Theory).
BCH3703 is the equivalent of
CH3713 or BCH313D (Theory).
BCH3704 is a practical module
only (Practical of BCH311, 312
and 313).
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not be taken
Outstanding modules
Biology Students, who failed BLG112J at
the end of 2009, must re-register
for BLG112J. BLG112J will only
be available for repeaters in 2010
-2011. No new registrations are
allowed. Students, who failed
BLG113K at the end of 2009,
must re-register for BLG113K.
No new registrations are allowed
for BLG113K. BLG113K will only
be available for repeaters in 2010
-2011.
Business
management
BSM1M1P BSM1501
BSM1M2P BSM1502
Church History Students will retain credits for
all modules passed under the
old BTh curriculum. In the new
BTh curriculum (as from 2009),
one Church History module (the
former CMM306Y) has been
moved to the TIC Track and is
now known under the code:
TIC3704. If you completed the
CMM306Y module under the old
curriculum, you have the option
of retaining credit for it in the
CMM Track or to transfer it to
the TIC Track. Please study the
diagram below to nd the codes
of the Church History modules in
the new curriculum.
TIC1128:
Introduction to the
study of Church
History
TIC1502 Introduction
to the study of Church
History
TIC306G:
Christianity and
a changing South
Africa
TIC2602: Christianity
and a changing South
Africa
TIC308J: World
Christianity and
ecumenism
TIC2604: World
Christianity and
ecumenism
TIC311D: Church
and society across
the ages
TIC3703: Church and
society across the ages
CMM306Y:
Christianity in
Africa
TIC3704: Christianity
in Africa
SCR306B: Christian
foundations: The
early centuries
TIC3705: Christian
foundations: The early
centuries
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not be taken
Outstanding modules
Classical Culture Students who passed old CCL
and CLS codes should ascertain
that they do not register for the
equivalent current CLS codes
as duplication is inadmissible
for degree and major purposes.
Students who registered for
Greek, Latin, Ancient History and
Classical Culture modules prior
to 2007.
Communication
Science
Students who have passed study
units in Communication Science
not mentioned below, without
completing the relevant level
must contact the Department
of Communication Science to
determine which outstanding
modules must be taken.
Community
Health
CMH1043
CMH101W
CMH2035
CMH1501
CMH1502
CMH103Y CMH1503
CMH1065 CMH1504
CMH2126 CMH2601
CMH224B
CMH2013
CMH2602
CMH209C CMH3701
Community
Ministry
Students will retain credits for all
modules passed under the old
BTh curriculum. The following
modules have been moved either
from or into the CMM track.
A student has the option of
retaining credit for it under the
former track or transferring it
to the new track. The following
modules that were formerly
ofered in the CMM track have
been discontinued as from
2009: CMM304W, CMM3084,
CMM3095. Students who
passed these modules under the
old curriculum retain credits for
these modules in the CMM track
in the new curriculum.
CMM111P CMM1501 CMM1502
CMM112Q CMM1502 CMM1501
TIC301B CMM2601 CMM2601
TIC308J CMM2602 CMM2602
CGM310T CMM2603 CMM2603
CMM301T CMM3701 CMM3701
CMM302U CMM3702 CMM3702
CMM303V CMM3703 CMM3703
CMM305X CGM3704 CGM3704 (or
CMM305X)
CMM304W discontinued
CMM306Y TIC3704 TIC3704 (or
CMM306Y)
CMM3073 CMM3704 CMM3704
CMM3084 discontinued
CMM3095 discontinued
CMM310U ECH3703 CMM310U (or
ECH3703)
TIC302T CMM3705 CMM3705 (or
TIC302T)
BTH20A BTH3720 BTH3720 (compulsory
capstone module)
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Outstanding modules
Composition
Studies
CTH123D CST1501
CTH124E CST2603
CTH221E CST1502
CTH222F CST2601
CTH223G CST2603
CTH224H CST2602
CTH321H
CTH322J CST3702
CTH323K CST3702
CTH325M CST3705
MCT328J CST3706
MCT329K CST2601
Congregational
Ministry
Students will retain credits for
all modules passed under the
old BTh curriculum. CGM301S
and CGM306X have been
discontinued. The following
modules have been moved from
one track to another. A student
has the option of retaining credit
for it under the former track or
transferring it to the new track
CGM310T CMM 2603
CMM305X CGM 3704
CGM111N CGM1501 CGM1502
CGM112P CGM1502 CGM1501
CGM304V CGM2601 CGM2601
CGM305W CGM2602 CGM2602
CGM307Y CGM2603 CGM2603
CGM301S Discontinued
CGM302T CGM3701 CGM3701
CGM303U CGM3702 CGM3702
CGM306X Discontinued
CGM3094 CGM3703 CGM3703
CMM305X+ CGM3704 CGM3704
CGM3083 CGM3705 CGM3705
BTH320A BTH3720 BTH3720
(compulsory)
Correctional
Services
Adminsitraiton
Students who passed modules
under the previous code
may not register for the
corresponding module. The
subject Correctional Services
Administration are phased out
gradually and replaced with
corresponding modules as
indicated.
CSA111A PEN1036
PEN1025 PEN1502
CSA211A PEN2601
CSA221B PEN2602
CSA311A PEN2603
CSA321B/
PEN206D
PEN3706
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Outstanding modules
Correctional
Services
Management
As from 2009 certain modules of
the subject Correctional Services
Management will be phased
out. As from 2009 no new
registrations will be accepted for
the subject Correctional Services
Management I (Module codes
CSM1M1W and CSM1M2W) as
well as for Correctional Services
Management II (Module codes
CSM2M1R and CSM2M2R).
Students who have not passed
the module in Column A below,
must register for and pass the
corresponding module. Students
who have passed only one of
the two modules of Correctional
Services Management II
(CSM2M1R or CSM2M2R)
must register for and pass
the module MNG241Y. The
module MNG241Y is recognised
for Diploma purposes, whilst
the module already passed
(CSM2M1R or CSM2M2R)
is recognised for nondiploma
purposes (NDP).
CSM1M1W,
MNG1M14
MNG1502
CSM1M2W,
MNG1M25
MNG1602
CSM2M1R &
CSM2M2R
MNG241Y
Economics Students who wish to transfer
from Unisa-degree programmes
to former TSA programmes will
receive credit for the following
modules:
ECN1M1Z ECS1016 or ECS1501
ECN1M2Z ECS1028, ECS1601
ECN2M2W ECS201A
ECN2M1W ECS202B
ECN2M3W ECS207G
ECN2M4W or
LEC101L
ECS204D
APE1M1T,
APE2M1T,
APE2M2T,
APE2M3T
ECS209J
APE3M2T ECS203C
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Outstanding modules
English Studies Students who passed only one
or two of the papers for English
II prior to 2000 retain credit for
the paper(s) concerned and can
complete the course by passing
three or two of the six modules
listed under 5 below see table
below for modules which may not
be taken. For example, a student
who has passed only ENG211 will
need to complete three modules
in order to meet the requirements
for second-level English. Students
who passed English II papers prior
to 1995 or English III papers prior
to 1996, but who did not complete
the course, will be dealt with on
an ad hoc basis. Such students
must consult the Chairperson of
the Department, English, prior to
registration. Students who passed
only one, two, or three of the papers
for English III prior to 2001 retain
credit for the paper(s) concerned
and can complete the course by
passing four, three, or two of the six
modules listed under 5 below see
table below for modules which may
not be taken. For example, a student
who has passed ENG312, ENG313
and ENG315 will need to register
for two modules to meet the
requirements of third-level English.
If students have passed ENN321N
they MAY NOT register for the
new ENN314Q module as the
content of the new module overlaps
signicantly with that of the old
ENN312N module. Instead, in order
to complete their studies at third-
year level in English, they will have
to pass ENN311M, ENN303M and
ENN315R. Students who passed a
paper(s) under a previous currculum
retain credit for the paper(s) passed
and choose the outstanding paper(s)
from those listed above.
PEN100 ENN103 or 1504
ENL101 ENN101, ENN103 ENN102 or EED101
or one of ENN1504,
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ENN106
ENN101 or ENN103
ENG211 EED201
ENG212
ENG214 ENN202
ENG215
English for
Education
EPE101 or ESE101 EED101
EPE102 or ESE102 EED102
EPE201 or ESE201 EED201
EED205 or EED206 EED202
EPE203 or EED207 EED203
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Outstanding modules
French French (Special course) (SFR100)
and FRE100 have been
incorporated in rst- and second-
level modules: Students who
passed SFR100 must register
according to the adjacent table,
students who failed SFR100 must
register for FRC1501 students
who passed FRE100 must
register for FRC2601 students
who passed only ONE paper of
FRE100 must register according
to the adjacent table. Students
who failed FRE100 must register
for FRC1502. French II (FRN200)
and French III (FRN300) have
been incorporated into the
second- and thirdlevel modules:
students who passed FRN200
must register for FRC3701 and
THREE of FRC3702, 3703, 3704,
3705. Students who passed
only ONE paper of FRN200
must register according to the
adjacent table. Students who
failed FRN200 prior to 1999
must register for FRC2601
students who did not pass all the
papers of FRN300 must register
according to the adjacent table.
Students who failed FRN300
but passed FRN200 in 1999 or
2000 must register for FRC3701
and THREE of FRC3701, 3702,
3703, 3704, 3705. Students who
do not fall into any of the above
categories must
contact the administrative ofcer
(tel. 012 429 6578 mornings
only or e-mail: lawrea@unisa.
ac.za). The old module code
FRC302X is now Option A within
FRC3702 (FRC303Y). Students
who have passed will retain credit
towards their degree.
SFR100, FRC101 FRC1501 FRC1501
FRE101
FRC102
FRC1502
FRE101
FRC102
FRC1502
FRE201 FRC2601
FRC202 FRC2602
FRN201 passed
prior to 1999

FRN204
FRN301 passed in
2000, FRC301, 303
FRC3701
FRC303 FRC3702
FRN305 FRC3704
FRN305, FRC306 FRC3705
Geology GEL111 GEL115 GEL112, GEL116,
GEL114
GEL113 GEL116 GEL112, GEL115,
GEL114
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German GEM201 GEM202
GEM202 GEM201
MEL821
(Option 1)
GEM204 GEM302, 303, 304,
305
GEM302 GEM204, 303, 304,
305
MEL822
(Option 1)
GEM303 GEM204, 303, 304,
305
MEL823
(Option 1)
GEM304 GEM204, 303, 304,
305
MEL824
(Option 1)
GEM305 GEM204, 303, 304,
305
Health Sciences
Education
Students who passed Health
Sciences Education modules
without completing all the
relevant modules, must consult
with the Department of Student
Administration.
HSE103N HSE1501
HSE101L HSE1502
HSE204S HSE2601
HSE201P HSE2602
HSE213T HSE2603
HSE302T HSE3701
HSE301S HSE3702
HSE303U HSE3703
HSE3704
HSE304V HSE3705
Health Services
Management
HMA101Y,
HMA1023
HSM100
HMA1501
HMA2015,
HSM201
HMA2601
HMA302A,
HSM201
HMA2602
PHS201E,
HSM2026
HMA2603
HMA3019 HMA3701
HSM303,
HMA303B
HMA3702
HSM302,
HMA304C
HMA3703
HSM301,
HMA305D
HMA3704
History Students who passed HST201,
202, 301, 302 or 3A 03 without
completing the course HST200
or HST300 must consult the
Department of History with
regard to outstanding modules
which must be taken. Students
who passed HSY304N and/or
HSY305P/or HSY309T will not
be allowed to register.
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Industrial and
Organisational
Psychology
Students who wish to continue
with postgraduate studies must
have completed their major
subject, in which postgraduate
studies will be followed, within
ten years prior to registration for
their postgraduate qualication.
To complete the NQF Level 7
of a major subject in Industrial
Psychology you must obtain
credit for ve modules on
third-year level.
IOP204 MND204
Information
Science
Students who have obtained
credit for study units of the old
curriculum will receive credits
as indicated in the table below.
Students who have passed
INS2044 will be given exemption
from INS3702 but will need to
complete an additional NQF
Level 6 INS module from the
new curriculum in its place.
INS201X INS2055
INS202Y INS2078
INS2033 INS2066
INS2044 INS3702
INS3014 INS2089
INS3025 EUP1501
INS3048 INS3707
Islamic Studies Students who have passed
ICSLITS, ICSSHAS or ICSPTMQ
may not register for ICSCSPF.
Students who have passed
REARIS5 may not register for
HRS415U.
Italian Credit for a degree is granted
for either ITN1501 and 1502
or ITA100 or ITL100 or SIT100.
Italian (Special course) (SIT100)
and ITA100 are no longer
available.
These courses have been
incorporated in rst-level
modules: students who failed
SIT100 must register for the new
rstlevel modules ITN1501
and 1502
SIT100 ITN1501, 1502
Latin CLS827D LAN201N LAN202P, 821F,
302S, 303T,304U
CLS825B LAN821F LAN201N, 202P,
302S, 303T,304U
CLS826C LAN202P LAN201N, 821F,
302S, 303T,304U
CLS824A LAN302S LAN201N, 202P,
821F, 303T,304U
CLS8239 LAN303T LAN201N, 202P,
821F, 302S,
304U
CLS8216 LAN304U LAN201N, 202P,
821F, 302S, 303T
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Mandarin
Chinese
Students who passed MNR100
prior to 2001, or who passed
both MAN101R and 102S prior
to 2011, must register for rthe
secondlevel modules. Students
who failed MNR100, or who
failed both MAN101R and 102S
prior to 2011, must register for
MAN1501 and 1502
MNR100 or
MAN101R, 102S
MAN1501, 1502
MNR201,
MAN201U, 202V
MAN2601, 2602
MNR202 or
MEL823 or
MAN205Y
MAN3702 MAN3701, 3703,
3704,
3705
MEL821 (Option 3)
or MAN801H
MAN3701 MAN3702, 3703,
3704,
3705
MEL824 (Option 3)
or MAN301X
MAN3703 MAN3701, 3702,
3704,
3705
MEL822 (Option 3)
or MAN3033
MAN3704 MAN3701, 3702,
3703,
3705
MAN3044 MAN3705 MAN3701, 3702,
3703.
3704
Marriage
Guidance and
Counselling
Students who passed only one
paper of MGC200 prior to 2001,
retain credit for it and must pass
the modules MGG201, 202 for
full credit.
Mathematics Please note that some modules
have received new codes. Consult
the
following to see what the new
codes are for modules already
credited. The codes for many
of the Applied Mathematics
and Mathematics modules have
changed in recent years, and
some have had double codes.
Please note that you cannot
get credit for a module with
the same content, under two
diferent codes.
MAT011K MAT0511
MAT110M MAT1510
MAT111N MAT1511
MAT112P MAT1512
MAT113Q MAT1613
MAT103N MAT1503
MAT181Q MAT1581
MAT211R MAT2611
MAT212S MAT2612
MAT213T MAT2613
MAT215V MAT2615
MAT291X MAT2691
MAT301W MAT3700
MAT301S MAT3701
MAT302T MAT3702
MAT305W MAT3705
MAT306X MAT3706
MAT307Y MAT3707
MAT311U MAT3711
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Missiology Students will retain credits for all
modules passed under the old
BTh curriculum. In the new BTh
curriculum (as from 2009), one
Missiology module (the former
CGM310T) has been moved
to the CMM track and now
carries the code CMM2603. If
you completed the CGM310T
module under the old curriculum,
you have the option of retaining
credit for it in the CGM Track
or of transferring it to the CMM
Track (CMM 2603). Please study
the diagram below, together with
the entry on Community Ministry
(CMM) in this brochure.
CMM112Q CMM1502
TIC301B CMM2601
No equivalent CMM2602
CGM310T CMM2603
CMM301T CMM3701
CMM3073 CMM3704
TIC308J TIC2604
Music in History
and Society
HIM1215 MHS1501
HIM1226 MHS1501
HIM2219 MHS2603
HIM222A MHS2604
HIM223B MHS2605
HIM326H MHS3702
HIM329L MHS3703
HIM330D MHS3704
MCT1214 MHS1502
MCT1225 MHS2602
MCT2218 MHS2601
MCT2229 MHS3701
MCT321B
MCT325F MHS3705
MCT328J CST3706
MCT329K CST2601
New Testament Students who have not passed
the requisite number of modules
required to complete a major
in New Testament and Early
Christian Studies, are required
to take the requisite modules
according to the diagramme set
out below.
BBS104G ECH1501
SCR112Y ECH2601
BBA3036 ECH2602
BBA307B ECH2603
BBA306A ECH3701
BBA3025 ECH3702
CMM310U ECH3703
BBS308S ECH3704
BBS301K ECH3705
BBS302L discontinued
BBS304N migrated OTS3703
SCR111X discontinued
SCR3015 discontinued
SCR3026 discontinued
SCR309E absorbed into
ECH3704
BBA101U migrated OTS1502
BBA102V discontinued
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Old Testament SCR111X
(discontinued)
SCR112Y
(discontinued)
SCR3026
(discontinued)
SCR307C
(discontinued)
SCR309E
(discontinued)
BBS304N
(discontinued)
BBA3059 OTS3703
CGM301S
(discontinued)
CGM303U CGM3702
CGM306X
(discontinued)
BBS103F OTS1501
BBA101U OTS1502
BBS305P OTS2601
BBA3024 OTS2602
BBS309T OTS2603
OTS2604
BBS307R OTS3701
BBA3048 OTS3702
BBA3059 OTS3703
OTS3704
OTS3705
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Operations
Research
As from 2005, students will have
to meet the current prescribed
Prerequisite and Co-requisites
for all modules ofered by the
Department of Decision Sciences.
As from 2005 students who
prior to 2000 passed papers of
the previous course structure
in Quantitative Management or
Operations. Research (QMN and
OPE) will forfeit such credits for
degree purposes if they wish to
register for modules on a higher
level. Students will rst have to
pass the necessary Prerequisite
before being allowed to register
for the desired modules. As
from 2009 the OPS codes
will be changed to DSC codes.
Students who have passed OPS
modules will retain their credits.
Students who passedC2601/
OPS201K/QMG201S/QMS201G
prior to 2010 may not enrol
for DSC2605 and DSC2606.
Students who passed SC2603/
OPS204N/QMS204K prior
to 2010 may not enrol for
DSC3707. Students who passed
SC3701/OPS301N/QMG301K/
OPS203 prior to 2010 may not
enrol for DSC2607. The modules
DSC2601 is being phased out
and will only be ofered until July
2012. It is currently only available
for the streams MFI, MMM, MSD,
MSM, ITM, IDM, IDC.
OPS101G DSC1510
OPS102H DSC1630
QMS101D DSC1620
OPS201K DSC2601
OPS202L DSC2602
OPS204N DSC2603
OPS205P DSC2604
OPS301N DSC3701
OPS302P DSC3702
OPS303Q DSC3703
OPS304R DSC3704
OPS305S DSC3705
OPS306T DSC3706
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Philosophy Students who have passed
LGC1014 (Formal Logic I),
will be granted exemption
from PLS3708 (Formal Logic).
Students who have passed
LGC1014 may not register for
PLS3708. Students who have
failed LGC1014 (Formal Logic
I) will be required to repeat
this module by registering for
PLS3708 (Formal Logic) to
meet the requirements for a
major in Philosophy). Students
who have passed PLS102Y
(Critical Reasoning) will be
granted exemption from
PLS2601 (Critical Reasoning).
Students who have passed
PLS102Y may not register for
PLS2601.
Students who have failed
PLS102Y (Critical reasoning) will
be required to repeat this module
by registering for PLS2601
(Critical reasoning) to meet the
requirements for a major in
Philosophy. Students who have
passed PLS2116 (Theoretical and
applied ethics) will be granted
exemption from PLS3701
(Theoretical and applied ethics).
Students who have passed
PLS2104, PLS2036, PLS209D
or PLS2116 may not register for
PLS3701. Students who have
failed PLS2116 (Theoretical and
applied ethics) will be required to
repeat this module by registering
for PLS3701. (Theoretical and
applied ethics) to meet the
requirements for a major in
Philosophy. Students who have
completed PLS206A (Figures
in Philosophy) will not be
allowed to register for PLS309G
(Advanced Western Philosophy).
Students who have completed
PLS3018 (Contemporary
political philosophy) will be
allowed to retain credit for ve
(5) years. Sttudents who have
completed PLS3018 will not be
allowed to register for PLS3705
(PLS305C) (Contemporary
African political philosophy).
Students who have completed
PLS3029 (Contemporary social
epistemology) will be allowed
to retain credit for ve (5) years.
Students who have completed
PLS307E (African philosophy and
modernity) will be allowed to
retain credit for ve (5) years.
LGC1014 PLS3708
PLS102Y PLS2601
PLS2014 PLS3701
PLS2036 PLS3701
PLS209D PLS3701
PLS2116 PLS3701
PLS206A PLS309G
PLS3018 PLS305C
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Physics Students who register for
PHY1503 (PHY1038) are
referred to 6 in connection with
compulsory laboratory work to
be done in Pretoria. Students
interested in Experimental Physics
are advised to do PHY2604
(PHY204C) and PHY306H
in addition to the theoretical
modules listed in the table. They
are referred to 6 in connection
with compulsory laboratory work
to be done in Johannesburg.
Certain Mathematics modules
are pre- or co-requisites for some
Physics modules. Study the syllabi
of the Physics modules to comply
with theserequirements.
PHY105A PHY1505
PHY106B PHY1506
PHY1038 PHY1503
PHY2019 PHY2601
PHY202A PHY2602
PHY206E PHY2606
PHY1049 PHY1604
PHY204C PHY2604
PHY302D PHY302D
PHY303E PHY303E
PHY307J PHY307J
PHY308K PHY308K
PHY3709
PHY306H PHY306H
Portuguese PTU101 PTU1501 PTU1502
PTU102 PTU1502
PTU201 PTU2601 PTU2602
PTU202 PTU2602 PTU2601
PTU301 PTU3701 PTU3702, 3703,
3704, 3705
PTU302 PTU3701 PTU3701. 3703,
3704, 3705
PTU303 PTU3703 PTU3701, 3702,
3704, 3705
PTU304 PTU3704 PTU3701, 3702,
3703, 3704
PTU305 PTU3705 PTU3701, 3702,
3703, 3704
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Practical
Theology
In the old curriculum, Practical
Theology modules were spread
across two tracks, namely
Congregational Ministry (CGM)
and Community Ministry (CMM).
In the new BTh curriculum, they
are all in the same Track, namely
Congregational Ministry (CGM)
while one module is no longer
ofered. Please study the diagram
provided below, together with
the relevant chapter in this
brochure, entitled Congregational
Ministry (CGM). Students will
retain credits for all Practical
Theology modules passed in
the old curriculum. One (1)
Practical Theology module that
was previously part of the CMM
Track has now been moved
to the CGM Track: the former
CMM305X (now CGM3704).
If you completed CMM305X
under the old curriculum, you
may retain credit for it in the
CMM Track or you may transfer
it to the CGM Track (CGM3704).
CMM3095 (Faith development
in context) is no longer ofered
but you will retain credits for this
module in the CMM Track or
CGM Track.
CGM112P CGM1502
CGM305W CGM2602
CGM307Y CGM2603
CGM3094 CGM3703
CMM305X CGM3704
CGM3083 CGM3705
CMM3095 credits retained for old
module
Professional
Skills
Development
Students who passed modules
under the previous code
may not register for the
corresponding module. The
subject Professional Skills
Development (Module codes
PSK1M1R and PSK1M2R) has
been terminated as from 2008.
Students who have not registered
for or passed the optional
subject required at rst year
must register for Introduction
to Fundamental Penology
(PEN1501 (PEN1014)) and
Correctional Skills (PEN1503
(PEN1048)). Students who
have passed only one of the
two modules of the subject
Professional Skills Development,
must register for and pass the
outstanding module under the
column corresponding module.
PSK1M1R,
PEN1014
PEN1501
PSK1M2R,
PEN1048
PEN1503
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Quantitative
Management
As from 2005, students will have
to meet the current prescribed
Prerequisite and Co-requisites
for all modules ofered by the
Department of Decision Sciences.
As from 2005 students who
prior to 2000 passed papers of
the previous course structure
in Quantitative Management or
Operations Research (QMN and
OPE) will forfeit such credits for
degree purposes if they wish to
register for modules on a higher
level. Students will rst have to
pass the necessary prerequisite
before being allowed to register
for the desired modules. Note
that DSC2601 may NOT be
taken for the BCom degree.
Students who passed DSC2601/
OPS201K/QMG201S/QMS201G
prior to 2010 may not enrol for
DSC2605, 2606. Students who
passed DSC2603/OPS204N/
QMS204K prior to 2010 may
not enrol for DSC3707. Students
who passed SC3701/OPS301N/
QMG301V/QMS301K/
OPS203 prior to 2010 may
not enrol for DSC2607. From
2009 the QMG and QMS codes
changed to DSC codes. Students
who have passed QMG and QMS
modules will retain their credits.
QMG101P DSC1520
QMG102Q/
QMS102E
DSC1630
QMS101D DSC1620
QMG201S/
QMS201G
DSC2601
QMG202T/
QMS202H
DSC2602
QMS204K DSC2603
QMG205W/
QMS205L
DSC2604
QMG301V/
QMS301K
DSC3701
QMG302W/
QMS302L
DSC3702
QMG303X/
QMS303M
DSC3703
QMG304Y/
QMS304N
DSC3704
QMG3053/
QMS305P
DSC3705
QMG3064/
QMS306Q
DSC3706
Religious
Studies
Students who passed a half-
course at rst-year level in the
old curriculum,
retain credit for the half-course
they passed and should consult
the transitional arrangements of
the relevant subject chapter in
connection with conversion to
the new modularised curriculum.
Students who have passed
RST221X, RST3214, or RST327B
may not register for RST3706
(RST3701); Students who have
passed RST3236 or RST326A
may not register for RST3709
(RST3259). Students who have
passed RST2233 and RST327B
may not register for RST3706
(RST3701). n Students who have
passed HRS413S and HRS414T
may not register for HRS416V.
HRS411Q HRS4801
HRS412R HRS4802
HRS415U HRS4803
HRS416V HRS4804
Scripture
studies
Students who have not passed
the number of modules required
to complete
a major in Scripture Studies, are
required to take the modules
according to
the table below.
SCR111X discontinued
SCR112Y ECH2601
SCR3015 discontinued
SCR3026 discontinued
SCR3038 discontinued
SCR3049 discontinued
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SCR305A discontinued
SCR306B TIC3705
SCR307C discontinued
SCR308D discontinued
SCR309E absorbed into
ECH3704
BTH320A BTH3720
(Compulsory)
Level 5 (2 modules
required for major)
SCR111X Any two modules
passed carry the
necessary credits
towards Scripture
Studies level 5 in the
new BTh degree. If the
requisite number of
modules has not been
passed at this level,
then either OTS1501
or ECH1501 must be
taken.
SCR112Y ECH2601
BBS103F OTS1501
BBS104G ECH1501
BBA101U OTS1502
BBA102V
Level 6 (3 modules
required for major)
SCR3015 Three modules
required: Any three
already passed from
SCR300, BBA300
or BBS300 will carry
credits towards level
6 (whether from Old
or New Testament);
the remaining modules
passed will carry
credits towards level
7; otherwise, three
modules need to
be done from the
following groups, but
at least one module
from each group:
SCR3026
SCR3038
SCR306B TIC3705
SCR307C
SCR309E
BBA3014 OTS2602
BBA3025 ECH3702
BBA3036 ECH2602
BBA3048 OTS3702
BBA3059 OTS3703
BBA306A ECH3701
BBA307B ECH2603
BBA308C
BBS301K ECH3705 OTS2601/OTS2602/
BBS302L OTS2603/ECH2601/
BBS303M ECH2602/ECH2603
BBS304N OTS3703
BBS305P OTS2601
BBS306Q OTS3701
BBS307R OTS3701
BBS308S ECH3704
BBS309T OTS2603
Level 7 (4 modules
required for major)
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SCR3015 Four modules
are required: The
compulsory capstone
module (BTH3720)
and any three modules
already passed from
SCR300, BBS300 or
BBA300. Outstanding
modules may be
selected from the
following groups, but
atleast one module
from eachgroup:
SCR3026
SCR3038
SCR306B TIC3705
SCR307C
SCR309E
BBA3014 OTS2602
BBA3025 ECH3702
BBA3036 ECH2602
BBA3048 OTS3702
BBA3059 OTS3703
BBA306A ECH3701 OTS3701/ OTS3702/
BBA307B ECH2603 OTS3703 ECH3701/
BBA308C
BBS301K ECH3705 ECH3702/ ECH3703/
BBS302L ECH3704/ECH3705
BBS303M
BBS304N OTS3703
BBS305P OTS2601
BBS306Q OTS3701
BBS307R OTS3701
BBS308S ECH3704
ECH3704 OTS2603
BTH320A BTH3720
(compulsory)
Social Work Students who did not pass all the
papers in Social Work II before
2005, forfeit all credits for the
papers passed in Social Work II,
and will have to register for all
modules as stipulated for Social
Work on NQF Level 6. Students
who did not pass all the papers
in Social Work III before 2005,
forfeit all credits for the papers
passed in Social Work III, and will
have to register for all modules
as stipulated for Social Work on
NQF Level 7. Students who pass
one or more of the papers for
Social Work IV (MWK400) prior
to 2003 without completing
the course MWK400, retain
credit for the papers they passed
and must register according to
the table below. Students who
passed SCK409J should register
for SCK410B.tudents who passed
SCK410B should register r
SCK411C. Students who passed
neither SCK409J or SCK410B
should register or SCK410B and
SCK411C.
MWK401 SCK401, 402 SCK403410
MWK402 SCK403, 404 SCK401, 402, 405
410
MWK403 SCK405, 406, 407,
408
SCK401404, 410,
411
MWK404 SCK409 SCK401408, 410
MWN400,
MWS400
SCK410 SCK401408, 411
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Sociology SOS100
SOC101V,
SOC102W,
SOS201
SOS202
SOS201, 202
SOS301 SOC301,
SOC305,306,308
SOC308 and ONE of
SOC304, 305, 306
SOS302 SOC308 SOC301 and ONE of
SOC304, 305, 306
SOS303 SOC304, 305, 306 SOC301, 308
SOC301, 308
SOC301, 304, 305,
306
SOC304, 305, 306, 308
SOC203 SOC206
SOC205 SOC206
SOC302 SOC308 SOC301 and any TWO
of
SOC304, 305, 306
SOC303 SOC308 SOC301 and any TWO
of
SOC304, 305, 306
Spanish Students who passed papers in
the course system prior to 1995
are advised
to contact the administrative
ofcer (tel. 012 429 6578
mornings only or e-mail:
lawrea@unisa.ac.za).
SPS1501
SPA1501
SPS201
SPS202
SPN311
SPN314
Students who registered for
Spanish as a major, with either
SPS or MEL codes, had until the
end of 2011 to complete their
studies, with a nal supplementary
opportunity in January of 2012.
After this date (2011), no further
registration will be considered.

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Statistics Statistics for CEMS: A student
who has passed: (a) the modules
STS101, STS102 (prior to 2006)
retains credit for Statistics I and
may now register for Statistics
II as indicated below; (b) only
STS102 must forfeit credit for the
module concerned
and has to complete the modules
STA1501, STA1502 and
STA1503 to obtain Statistics I;(c)
both (STS101 and STS102) or
(STS1113 and STS1124) will
receive credit for STA1501 and
STA1502; (d) only STA101
and STA105 or (STS1113 and
STS1124) will receive credit for
STA1501 and STA1502;(e) only
STA105 or STS1113, will receive
credit for STA1501 (continue
with STA1502)
Students who did NOT pass any
second-level Statistics modules
prior to 2008, must pass ve
second-level Statistics modules
to complete Statistics II. Students
who passed Statistics II prior to
2008 but did not pass ANY third-
level Statistics modules prior to
2008, must pass ve third-level
Statistics modules in order to
complete Statistics III.
STS1113 STA1501
STS1124 STA1502
STA191Q STA1510 (NQF Level
5 students)
STA191Q STA1610 (Second and
NQF Level 5 students
STA313T STA2610
STA203N STA2601
STA204P STA2602
STA202M STA2603
STA208T STA2604
STA305T STA3701
STA303R STA3702
STA302Q STA3703
STA312S STA3704
STA306U STA3705
STA311R STA3710
Statistics for CSET: Students who
have passed only STA121 or
STA122 or STA123 or STA124 at
the end of 2009 will still have to
complete the modules STA1501,
STA1502 and STA1503 for the
rst year statistics. Students who
have passed STA121 & STA122, or
STA121 & STA123 or STA121 &
STA124 or STA122 and STA123 or
STA 122 and STA124 or STA123 &
STA124 will have to complete the
modules STA1502 and STA1503
for the rst year statistics. Students
who have passed any combination
of three of the four modules
STA121, STA122, STA123 or
STA124 will have to complete
the module STA1503 for the
rst year statistics. Students who
have passed all four the modules
STA 121,122 123 and 124 have
completed the rst year statistics
and may continue with NQF Level
6 modules in statistics. Al the
modules have new codes from
2010 as follows:
STS1113 STA1501
STS1124 STA1502
STS1055 or
STA191Q
STA1510
STS1055 or
STA191Q
STA1610
STA203N STA2610
STA203N STA2601
STA204P STA2602
STA202M STA2603
STA208T STA2604
STA305T STA3701
STA303R STA3702
STA302Q STA3703
STA312S STA3704
STA306U STA3705
STA311R STA3710
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Subject Transitional Agreements Study unit passed Modules which may
not be taken
Outstanding modules
Systems
and Project
Management
Students who wish to transfer
from UnisaTSA programmes to
Unisa-degree programmes will
receive credit for the following
study units. Credits will only
be considered in respect of
completed study units.
CMA421B Not applicable no
equivalent
Systematic
Theology
Students will retain credits for
all modules passed under the
old BTh curriculum. In the
new BTh curriculum (as from
2009) one Systematic Theology
module (SCR3038) has been
discontinued but students will
retain credit for this module
passed. Please study the diagram
below to nd the codes of the
Systematic Theology modules
in the new curriculum. From
2012, students who [previously
successfully completed PHTE00Y
will be credited with one of the
following modules: PLS4802 or
PLS4803 or PLS4804, however
students who have not yet
graduated by the end of 2011,
will have to comply with the new
HEQF curriculum that will be
implemented.
TIC1116 TIC1501
TIC304E TIC2601
TIC307H TIC2603
TIC309K TIC3701
TIC310C TIC3702
CMM302U,
BTHCCL6
CMM3702
BTHCDL9
PTH420A
HBS4086
or
THE425R
One of the
following:
ORGREN5
OASSUSTC
OAPROJX
OADRURY
Taxation OACITY5 TXN201B
SCK407G TXN211D
SCK408H TXN202C
PTH424 TXN203D
TXN203D TXN213F
TTX3M15 ADVTAX6
TTX3M26 GEVBEPP
TTX3M38 TAX338A
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not be taken
Outstanding modules
Theological
Ethics
In the new BTh curriculum, some
Theological Ethics modules have
moved from one track to another,
whereas others are no longer
ofered. Please study the diagram
provided below, namely, Theologies
in Context (TIC), Congregational
Ministry (CGM) and Community
Ministry (CMM). Students will retain
credits for Theological Ethics modules
passed in the old curriculum. Two
Theological Ethics modules that
were previously in the TIC track
have moved to the CMM track. They
are the former TIC301-B (Women,
society and church, now CMM2601)
and TIC302-T (Ethical theory and
methodology, now CMM3706). If
you completed the TIC301B module
under the old curriculum, you may
retain credit for it in the TIC Track
or you may transfer it to the CMM
Track (CMM 2601). Likewise, if you
completed the module TIC302-T
under the old curriculum, you may
retain credit for it in the TIC Track or
transfer it to the CMM Track, where
it is now located (CMM3706). The
modules CMM304-W (Theological
approaches to environmentaland
economic ethics) and CMM308-4 (A
Christian perspective on the ethics
of health care) are no longer ofered,
but you will retain credits for these
modules in the CMM Track. Please
study the diagram below, together
with the entries on Congregational
Ministry (CGM) and Community
Ministry (CMM).
CMM111P CMM1501
CGM304V CGM2601
TIC301B CMM2601
CGM302T CGM3701
CMM303V CMM3703
TIC302C CMM3705
CMM304W No longer ofered, but
you will retain credit if
you have passed this
module.
CMM3084 No longer ofered, but
you will retain credit if
you have passed this
module.
Theologies in
Context
Transitional arrangements for
students who wish to major
in the Theologies in Context
track and are new students or
who have passed 8 or less BTh
modules at the end of 2008.
NQF Level 5
TIC1128 TIC1502 TIC1501
TIC1116 TIC1501 TIC1502
NQF Level 6
Any three of the four
modules listed
TIC2601, TIC2602,
TIC2603, TIC2604
NQF Level 7
The compulsory
capstone
module (BTH3720)
and any
three of the ve
modules
listed:
TIC3701, TIC3702,
TIC3703, TIC3704
TIC3705
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not be taken
Outstanding modules
Theologies in
Context
Transitional arrangements for
students who wish to major in
the Theologiesin Context Tract
and who have passed 9 or more
BTh modules at the end of 2008.
TIC1128 TIC1502 TIC1501
TIC1116 TIC1501 TIC1502
Levels 6 and 7
modules
The compulsory
capstone module and
any six of the modules
listed below
NQF Level 6
TIC304E TIC2601 TIC2601
TIC306G TIC2602 TIC2602
TIC307H TIC2603 TIC2603
TIC308J TIC2604 TIC2604
NQF Level 7
TIC309K TIC3701 TIC3701
TIC310C TIC3702 TIC3702
TIC311D TIC3703 TIC3703
CMM306Y TIC3704 TIC3704
SCR306B TIC3705 TIC3705
BTH320A BTH3720 BTH3720 (compulsory)
Theory of
Literature
Students who have completed
THL821, THL822 and THL823
may not register for
THL260 again.
THL801 THL1501
THL802 THL1502
THL201 THL2601
THL821 THL2602
THL822 THL2602
THL823 THL2602
THL305 THL3705
THL101 KSK1501
THL204 KSK2601, KSK1501
must be KSK1601
THL304 KSK3701
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Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) and the College of
Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET)
Life Sciences: Zoology, Botany, Physiology, Biology, Microbiology, Geology, Chemistry & Physics
Practical dates: 2012 NWU Potchefstroom
Module Practical date Exam paper
ZOL3704 17/03 tot 02/04
Parasitology and Ethology
17 - 22/03
Ecology & Stats 23 - 28/03
22/03/2012
28/03/2012
Excursion begins 28/3 at 15:00
until 02/04 at 11:30
ZOL2604 17/03 - 28/03
Physiology 17-22/03
Embriology+Evolution 23/3- 28/3
22/03/2012
28/03/2012
ENZ224 17/03 - 02/04
Physiology & Evolution
Ethology & Ecology
22/03/2012
28/03/2012
Excursion begins 28/3 at 15:00
until 02/04 at 11:30
BOT3704 02/04 - 18/04
Excursion: ecology: 02/04 12/04
Physiology: 13/4 - 18/4 (in Potch)
12/04/2012 09:00 Landekol
12/04/2012 14:00 Waterekol
18/04/2012 Physiology

8 April to (including) 17 April arrange
own accommodation in Potchefstroom
ENB224 02/04 - 12/04
Aquatic and Terrestrial ecology as above
12/04/2012 09:00 en 14:00
Own accommodation in
Potchefstroom 8 12 April
Public holidays 0 1/5, 02/05, and 16/6
Module Practical date Exam paper
ZOL1603
Bb lab
17/03 tot 02/04
Parasitology and Ethology
17 - 22/03
Ecology & Stats 23 - 28/03
22/03/2012
28/03/2012

Excursion begins 28/3 at 15:00
until 02/04 at 11:30
FIS2604/FIS3704 17/03 - 28/03
Physiology 17-22/03
Embriology+Evolution 23/3- 28/3
22/03/2012
28/03/2012
BOT1603
Bb lab, G03
17/03 - 02/04
Physiology & Evolution
Ethology & Ecology
22/03/2012
28/03/2012

Excursion begins 28/3 at 15:00
until 02/04 at 11:30
BOT2604
JSvdM K01 and 233
02/04 - 18/04
Excursion: ecology: 02/04 12/04
Physiology: 13/4 - 18/4 (in Potch)
12/04/2012 09:00 Landekol
12/04/2012 14:00 Waterekol
18/04/2012 Fisiologie

8 April to (including) 17 April arrange
own accommodation in Potchefstroom
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BLG1603 (Group 1) 06/09 - 17/09
BOT 06/09 tot 11/09
ZOL 12/09 tot 17/09
11/09/2012
17/09/2012
BLG1603 (Group 2) 26/09 - 06/10
BOT 26/09 tot 01/10
ZOL 02/10 tot 06/10
01/10/2012
06/10/2012
MIB2604/MIB3704 20/08 - 31/08 30/08 & 31/08/2012 (MIB2)
24/08 & 31/08/2012 (MIB3)
BCH2604/BCH3704 03/09 - 15/09 08/09 & 15/09/2012
GEL1502 (GEL114) 10/09 - 15/09 15/09/2012
PHY1503 PHY2604 PHY3706 MCA1PRA
AMC1PRA ENP2PRA FIC1PRA
Chemistry
Module Practical date Venue
PCH2PR-A June/July Durban University of Technology & Vaal University of Technology
INC2PR-A June/July Durban University of Technology & Vaal University of Technology
CHE1PR-A
June/July Durban University of Technology & Vaal University of Technology
ORC221-F
November/December Durban University of Technology & Vaal University of Technology
SCIENT-P
November/December Unisa
CHE262-1
November/December University of Pretoria
CHE262-2
November/December University of Pretoria
CHE262-3
November/December University of Pretoria
CHE262-4
November/December University of Pretoria
CHE324-5
June/July Unisa
CHE323-4
June/July Unisa
CHE3223
June/July Unisa
CHE321Y
June/July Unisa
Consumer sciences
Module Practical date
CLO1602 30 July 10 August 2012
13 24 August 2012
27 August 7 September 2012
10 21 September 2012
CLO2602 10 20 April 2012
16 27 July 2012
CLO3705 19 30 March 2012
18 29 June 2012
FOO1602 25 June 6 July 2012
9 July 20 July 2012
FOO2602 9 20 Jan 2012
26 March 5 April 2012 (6 April Good Friday)
FOO3705 2 12 Oct 2012
4 Physics
The following are the practical modules in Physics. Details of the dates for practical work will be communicated in
tutorial letters to students registered for such modules in 2012.
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Appendix 6
List of Unisa ofcial booksellers
Adams & Co Website: www.adamsuniversitybooks.co.za
341 West Str,
DURBAN
Tel: 0861 341341
Fax: 031 3047308
email: west@adamsbooks.co.za
33 Victoria Street,
DURBAN
Tel 031 3194400
Fax 031 3077356
email: education@adamsbooks.co.za
Musgrave Centre, Musgrave Road,
DURBAN
Tel 031 3194450
Fax 031 2013735
email: Musgrave@adamsbooks.co.za
230 Church Str,
PIETERMARITZBURG
Tel: 033 3946830
Fax: 033 3943096
email: pmb@adamsbooks.co.za
Shop 3, Nedbank Building, Heerengracht,
CAPE TOWN
Tel: 021 4212462
Fax: 021 4182060
e-mail: capecity@adamsbooks.co.za
Armstrong Booksellers (New 2nd hand books) Website: www.armstrongs.co.za
1st Floor, Pine Park Place,
Cnr 1st Ave & 6th Street
LINDEN
Tel: 011 8886732/6129
Fax: 011 8884429
email: info@armstrongs.co.za
Cnr 11th St & Louis Botha Ave,
ORANGE GROVE
Tel: 011 4851337
Fax: 011 4851338
email: info@armstrongs.co.za
Ground Floor, 1066 Building,
Cnr Harrison & Kerk Street
JOHANNESBURG
Tel : 011 8360124
Fax: 011 8342684
email: info@armstrongs.co.za
Book Express Website: www.bookexpress.co.za
70b Loch Ave, Parktown West,
JOHANNESBURG
Tel: 011 4828433
Fax: 011 7268208
email: info@bookexpress.co.za
a
Kalahari.net Website: www.kalahari.net Tel: 021 4688035
Juta & Co Website: www.jutaonline.co.za
Shop 231, Lower level, Carleton Centre,
JOHANNESBURG
Tel: 011 3315140
Fax: 011 331 5079
email: jhbbooks@juta.co.za
1st Floor Hateld Plaza, 1122 Burnett St,
HATFIELD
Tel: 012 3625799
Fax: 012 3625744
email: ptabooks@juta.co.za
Ground Floor, Sunclare Building, 21 Dreyer
St, Claremont, CAPE TOWN
Tel : 021 6706680
Fax: 021 6706795
email: claremontbooks@juta.co.za
Shop 45, Shoprite Park Shopping Centre,
PAROW
Tel: 021 9306202
Fax: 021 9307962
email: pabooks@juta.co.za
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Van Schaik Bookstore Website: www.vanschaik.com
Protea Hotel Building, Burnett Street,
HATFIELD
Tel: 012 3625701/5669/5698
Fax: 012 3625673
email: vshat@vanschaik.com
Shop 1, 235 Church Street,
PRETORIA
Tel: 012 3212442
Fax: 012 3257832
email: vskerk@vanschaik.com
Braamfontein Centre, Jorissen Street,
BRAAMFONTEIN
Tel: 011 3391711
Fax: 011 3397267
email: vsbraam@vanschaik.com
Shop 10, K90 Centre,
Cnr. K90 and North Rand Road,
BOKSBURG
Tel: 011 8262045 / 3850 Fax: 011 8263663
email: vsboks@vanschaik.com
North West University Grounds, Building Nr. 4,
Hendrik van Eck Boulevard,
VANDERBIJLPARK
Tel: 016 9851144
Fax: 016 9851126
email: vsnwu@vanschaik.com
Shop 242, Maponya Mall,
SOWETO
Tel: 011 9383460/3462
Fax: 011 9383486
email: Soweto@vanschaik.com
Shop 3, Momentum House, Cnr. of Stalwart
Simelane and Bram Fisher Streets,
DURBAN
Tel: 031 332-2009 / 2049
Fax: 031 3322029
email: vsdurban@vanschaik.com
University of KwaZulu-Natal, Golf Road,
Scottsville,
PIETERMARITZBURG
Tel: 033 3869308/9
Fax: 033 3869633
email: Pietermaritzburg@vanschaik.com
KwaDlengezwa Campus, Library Building
Basement, KwaDlengezwa Reserve,
UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND
Tel: 035 9026103
Fax: 035 9026101
email: vsunizul@vanschaik.com
Parow Centre, Voortrekker Road,
PAROW
Tel: 021 9302480
Fax: 021 9393767
email: vsparow@vanschaik.com
26 Main Road,
RONDEBOSCH
Tel: 021 6894112
Fax: 021 6863404
email: vsrbosch@vanschaik.com
22 Long Street, Shop No 1,
Cnr Strand & Long Street,
CAPE TOWN
Tel: 021 4180202
Fax: 021 4180212
capetown@vanschaik.com
Sanlam Student Village, Nelson Mandela
Metropolitan University, Summerstrand,
PORT ELIZABETH
Tel: 041 5833171
Fax: 041 5832418
email: vspe@vanschaik.com
31B Caxton House, 35 Terminus Street,
EAST LONDON
Tel: 043 7225926/34
Fax: 043 7226117
email: vsel@vanschaik.com
49B Schoeman Street,
POLOKWANE
Tel: 015 2959040 / 9090 / 9306
Fax: 015 295-9099
email: vspol@vanschaik.com
Shop 52, The Promenade,
NELSPRUIT
Tel: 013 7527623 / 7860
Fax: 013 752-7659
email: vsnel@vanschaik.com
19 O R Thambo Avenue,
EMALAHLENI
Tel: 013 6902796
Fax: 0880 136 902 978
email: vswitbank@vanschaik.com
Cachetpark Centre, Steve Biko Avenue,
POTCHEFSTROOM
Tel: 018 2948875
Fax: 018 2944445
email: vspotch@vanschaik.com
9 Park Road, Willows,
BLOEMFONTEIN
Tel: 051 4476685
Fax: 051 4477837
email: vsbloem@vanschaik.com
Ou Williem Pescott, Room B.2,
31 Scanlan Street, New Park,
KIMBERLEY
University of Namibia,
340 Mandume Ndemufayo Avenue,
Pionierspark,
Windhoek
NAMIBIA
Tel: +264 61 2063364
Fax: +264 61 2063040
email: vsunam@vanschaik.com
Pro Visions Books Website: www.provisions.co.za
37F Ordnance Road DURBAN
Tel: 031 3372112
Fax: 031 3684500
email: info@provisions.co.za
Protea Bookshop Website: www.proteabookshop.co.za
1067 Burnett St,
HATFIELD
Tel: 012 3625663/4
Fax: 012 3625685
email: akademies@proteaboekhuis.co.za
Bergzictht Plaza, Andringa Street,
STELLENBOSCH
Tel: 021 8829101
Fax: 021 8829110
email: akademies@mweb.co.za
86 Steve Biko St, Bult,
POTCHEFSTROOM
Tel: 018 2971583/4
Fax: 018 2973775
Tarentaal Centre,
Cnr N4 & Kaapsehoepweg,
NELSPRUIT
Tel: 013 7413230
Fax: 013 7413230
email: proteanels@mweb.co.za
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ARCSWiD 01 Special assistance form for students with disabilities Page 109
DSAR02 Addition and cancellation application form Page 111
DSAR03 Changes of address/examination centre and contact numbers Page 113
DSAR04 Application form for exemption of study units Page 115
DSAR05 Initial professional education and training of
teachers at Unisa Declaration form Page 117
DSAR06 Application form for nal-year students
requesting registration for 12 modules Page 119
DSAR07 Application form for re-admission Page 121
DSAR08 Application for academic record or credit cercicate Page 123
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Study units Semester Study units Semester
Special assistance form for students with disabilities
ARCSWiD 01
Please note:
Q
This form should only be completed by students with disabilities who require special study assistance.
Q
To qualify for special study assistance, students must attach documentary proof of disability.
Q
Documentary proof of disability must be in the form of a certicate issued by a registered medical practitioner.
Q
Staf responsible for processing the documents will respect the condentiality of the information provided.
4 Special study assistance
In each of the following sections, please either tick or arrange for a tick to be placed in the appropriate box.
Please do not tick more than one box.
4.1 Study material
In which format would you prefer your study material (please select only one option)?
1 Student number
2 Surname
3 Full names
Y Y Y Y M M D D
Electronic material on CD Large print Braille
Not applicable DAISY format MP3 format
4.2 Orientation and mobility
Do you require assistance with regard to orientation and mobility?
4.3 Sign Language interpretation
If you are a student who is deaf, do you require Sign Language interpretation
services during tutorial sessions?
6 Declaration I declare that all the particulars furnished by me on this form are true and correct.
Date Signature
5 Study units for which you are registered
Yes No
Yes No

Please fax completed forms to 012 429 8637/6729
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Addition and cancellation application form
DSAR02
Initials & surname
Student number
Qualication
Specialisation
Addition of study units
Study unit Exam period Study unit Exam period
S1 S2 Yr S1 S2 Yr
Will your qualication be completed with this registration? Yes No
Cancellation of study units
Please take note of exclusion from studies, on page 43, before cancelling any study unit/s.
Study unit Study unit Study unit Study unit
NB: You will forfeit the minimum fee per module
Cancellation of qualication
Do you want to cancel all the study units registered for this academic year? Yes No
I declare that all the particulars funished by me on this form are true and correct, and I undertake to comply with the rules, regulations and decisions of the
University, and any amendments thereto, and have taken note of advice which may be applicable to students in general and/or to the eld for which I am registered.
Signature Date
Y Y Y Y M M D D
RMC: File Operator code Signature Date
For ofce use only
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DSAR03
Initials & surname
Student number
Registered qualication
Old postal address New postal address
Postal code Postal code
Country Country
Old physical address New physical address
Postal code Postal code
Country Country
Old courier address
(Street address only: no P0 Box/Private bag)
New courier address
(Street address only: no P0 Box/Private bag)
Postal code Postal code
Examination centre Name
The my Registration @ Unisa brochure contains a list of
examination centres and codes
Code
Contact numbers
Home
Cell
Work
Fax
Y Y Y Y M M D D
For ofce use only
Name of Unisa ofce:
Operators code: .
File: .
Completed by (signature): ...
Signature Date
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Application form for exemption of study units
DSAR04
Unisa student number
Surname, Initials, Title
Proposed qualication
(e.g. BCom, BTech)
Qualication code
Specialisation eld (if applicable)
Previous institution(s)
Study unit(s) from which exemption must be considered
Unisa study unit code Other institutions name
Other institutions study
unit code
Year passed at
other institution
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Signature Date
Important information
1 Exemption is not granted from more than half of the maximum number of study units prescribed for a qualication.
2 Students must be aware that in addition to school qualications and academic records already submitted, it may be required to submit
additional supporting documents such as syllabi of courses passed.
3 All applications for exemptions can only be dealt with after the relevant registration period. Excemptions can only be nalised if the necessary
admission documentation is issued.
4 Application for credits on Recognition of Prior Learning (experiential learning RPL) must be logged on a separate form which is
available from RPL@unisa.ac.za.
5 Exemptions are not considered for students who are registered for non-degree purposes (NDP).
I hereby declare that I am fully aware that Unisa can amend my registration if necessary, should I not qualify for exemption from the modules requested.
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Initial professional education and training
of teachers at Unisa declaration form
1 Background
1.1 Teaching Practice is a compulsory part of all Initial Professional Education and Training (IPET) programmes at Unisa, namely the
Bachelor of Education and the Postgraduate Certicate in Education
1.2 It is required of these qualications that:
1.2.1 all students, doing practice teaching, are placed in appropriate and varied contexts:
1.2.2 all students are placed in schools are supported by the university, and are visited and guided by the university while
doing their practice teaching in schools: and
1.2.3 the university assesses practice teaching in authentic contexts.
2.2 The above-mentioned requirements are accreditation conditions for all IPET programmes at Unisa by the HEQC.
2.3 All new entrants into IPET programmes must full these requirements.
2.4 Unisa is only capable of fullling all these requirments within the borders of South Africa.
2.5 A student who wants to enrol for an IPET programme will conduct the teaching practice in South Africa.
2.6 A foreign student must sign the following declaration before he or she may enrol for an IPET programme:
2 Declaration
I, with student number understand the contents of this declaration and
agree to do Teaching Practice in a school determined by Unisa within South Africa. I will be responsible for my own expenses during that period.
I declare that my registration for is based on my acceptance of doing Teaching Practice in South Africa.
Signed at on this day of 20

Signature Date
DSAR05
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Application form for nal-year students requesting
registration for 12 modules
DSAR06
Student number
Qualication
Qualication code and specialisation (if applicable)
Indicate the number of modules that you have already passed
Indicate the average percentage of all previous modules
registered (average must be 55% to be considered for
extra 2 modules to be considered)
Additional 2
modules for
which you wish
to register
Module code Semester period Language
(E or A)
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
1 The student academic record is attached (Y/N)?
2 The application complies with the conditions prescribed by the Senate decision (Y/N)?
Approved Not approved
Unisa Deputy Registrar
(or delegated authority)
Yes No
Yes No

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Application form for re-admission
DSAR07
Name of student
Student number
Qualication completed for
re-admission purposes
NQF level
Date completed
Qualication for which you
wish to register at Unisa
Qualication code for this programme
Unisa Deputy Registrar
(or delegated authority)

NQF credits
For ofce use only
Date when student was phased out
Student number
Documents submitted in support
of application to be readmitted
Academic record Certicate completed Proof of completion
Processed by Date
Approved Not approved Date
Comments to be
recorded on
student system

Y Y Y Y M M D D
Signature Date
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DSAR08
1 Unisa student number
2 Initials & surname
3 SA ID number
4 Passport number (foreign student)
5 Language of printout
6 Qualication required OR
9 *Credits only
*Only in the case of a credit certicate
10 NQF Level
11 NQF Credits
12 Must the request be Fax number
Please tick the required request
Academic Record request Credit Certicate request
- Full record of studies - Statement of courses passed
Please note: A certicate of conduct may only be printed after the ofcial release of exam
results at the end of the academic year.
No 3rd party requests.

Eng Afri
Faxed
Posted
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No
Yes
No
Yes
Signature Date
Application for academic record or credit cercicate
all formal studies at Unisa
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MARKETING OPTIONS (Consumer to indicate preferences)
Q The Consumer opts to be included in the distribution of the Credit Provider
SMS and email messages.
Q The Consumer opts to be included in marketing/customer
lists sold/distributed by the Credit Provider.
Q The Consumer opts to be included in all the Credit Provider telemarketing
campaigns.
Yes No
Yes No
Yes No
By signing this the Consumer confirms acceptance of the quotation and that a binding agreement is concluded on the above Terms and Conditions read with Part B
hereof, the contents of which are deemed to be incorporated herein, unless the Credit Provider rejects the application, in which case the Consumer will be advised
accordingly in writing or electronically. The loan will only be made available to the Consumer subject to the Credit Provider undertaking an assessment and being
satisfied that the Consumer can afford the loan.
Consumer
D D / M M / Y Y
Pre-Agreement Statement, Quotation and Agreement in terms of Section 92 of the National Credit Act, 34 of 2005:
Edu-Loan (Pty) Ltd (Reg no: 1996/003961/07) (NCR no: NCRCP158) (Credit Provider)
Eduloan House, Constantia Park,
Cnr 14th Ave & Hendrik Potgieter Road, Weltevreden Park
PO Box 5287, Weltevreden Park, 1715
Call Centre:
Fax No:
Surname: ID No:
Name: Tel (home):
Physical Postal
address: address:
(domicile)
Code: Code:
Employer: Employee No:
Occupation: Years in service: Tel (work):
Email address:
Service Provider: Institution: Bookstore: Cell:
CONSUMERS DETAILS
Race (Legal Black Asian Gender: Female Marital status: Married COP Divorced Single
Requirement):
Coloured White Male Widowed ANC
0860 55 55 44
086 633 3832
086 6333841/3
www.eduloan.co.za
PART A
Version 2.00 Valid from 15/08/2011
D D / M M / Y Y
Spouse
(if married in COP to consumer)
D D / M M / Y Y
Credit Provider Representative
D D / M M / Y Y
Witness 1
D D / M M / Y Y
Witness 2
A1
Surname: Full names:
ID No: Student No:
Tel (Work): Email address:
Cell: Course studying: Year of study:
Educational
Applying for: Certificate Diploma Degree Honours Masters
institution:
Faculty:

STUDENTS DETAILS
A2
A6
DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN EDULOAN AND THE CONSUMER AND REPAYMENT AUTHORITY DETAILS
The Parties agree that the Credit Provider will advance the Loan Amount to the Consumer and pay it to the above Service Provider for the above student.
The Consumer undertakes to repay the Total Amount in the number of monthly instalments as detailed above in terms of the authority below. The Consumer hereby authorises his/her
Employer specified above to deduct the monthly instalments from his/her salary. Any charges levied by the Employer to effect the salary deduction will be for the account of the Consumer
and the Employer will recover the costs directly from the Consumers salary. If this salary deduction is deducted through inter alia Persal/Persol/SASSA system, the deduction will be
deemed to be administered by the Credit Provider on behalf of the Educational Intitution indicated above.
If the Credit Provider does not have a deduction agreement with the Consumers Employer or if a salary deduction can not be executed, the Consumer authorises the Credit Provider to
deduct the monthly instalments from the following bank account via a debit order.
Name of the Bank:
account holder:
Branch code: Account No:
Type of account: Date of first deduction / /
The Consumer agrees that the Credit Provider may change the date of deduction if the agreed upon date is not a business day.
Date of deduction:
A5
from Salary or Bank Account
QUOTATION (This Quote is valid for 5 business days and becomes an Agreement and Repayment schedule when signed by the Consumer and Credit Provider.)
Call 0860 55 55 44 for assistance in completing this section
Study Loan
Book Loan
Commission agent code:
Agents Name:
Payment of the loan amount is made directly by the Credit Provider to the Service Provider.
If the Student cancels his/her studies at the Service Provider, any credit on the Students
account will be credited to the Consumers Eduloan account.
ID:
A4
Signature for Quotation Purposes:
Signature of Credit Provider Representative:
Loan amount:
Interest: Fixed Rate
Total monthly service fees
(included in instalment; incl. VAT):
Initiation fee
(included in instalment; incl. VAT):
Total amount repayable:
Number of instalments (months):
Monthly instalment:
Annual Effective Rate:
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Tax Invoice
Vat no: 4550176798
Initiation & admin fee are VAT inclusive
Basic salary excluding overtime and bonus:
Nett salary excluding overtime and bonus:
Other income (e.g. maintenance, pensions, etc. - please provide proof):
Total monthly income:
Total monthly expenses (e.g. food, clothes, insurance, housing, etc.):
Total monthly disposable income:
CONSUMERS INCOME DETAILS
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A3
COMMENTS RELATING TO INCOME
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