University of South Africa Prospectus PDF Download 2022/2023
UNISA Prospectus 2022/2023; The University’s prospectus is a guide for school-leavers and others who are interested in studying for a first qualification at the University of South Africa. It introduces you to life at University of South Africa, describing the campus and detailing the services and facilities provided for students. The prospectus can only give you a flavour of life at University of South Africa.
Details of all undergraduate programmes offered are provided. We recommend that you also visit the websites of faculties and departments in which you may be interested.
To help you understand the contents of the prospectus, we list below some of the terms that are used in this prospectus and their meanings
Applicant: You (A person who applies to study for a degree, diploma or certificate). Once you register at University of South Africa, you become a student.
Application fee: This is the fee required as part of your application. It is non-refundable, even if your application is unsuccessful.
Applicant number: An alpha-numeric number will be allocated to you to identify and track your application. It normally consists of the first three consonants of your surname, and the first three characters of your first name, followed by a unique three-digit number. It is important that you quote this number in any subsequent correspondence that you have with us.
Undergraduate: A university student registered for a first degree or an undergraduate diploma. This Prospectus is intended for you if you wish to be admitted to an undergraduate programme at University of South Africa.
Applicant status: Once you have submitted your application, you can check the progress of your application on the University of South Africa website. You will need to use your applicant number or personal details to access information.
Admissions selection criteria: We use these to select whom we will accept to study at University of South Africa. First, we decide who has met the (minimum) admission requirements
Programme: Students enter a degree, diploma or certificate programme, which is a combination of subjects that have been put together to provide you with a particular knowledge and skills base, and leads to a qualification
Registration: If you are offered a study place, you must sign up before the start of the first term. We call this registration. Registration gives you student status, commits you to a certain programme, and to pay fees for it.
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Universities of Technology (“Technikons”): These Universities provide vocational oriented diploma and degree programmes. Check Universities of Technology in South Africa below:
Comprehensive Universities: These Universities provide a combination of both traditional Universities qualifications and Universities of Technology qualifications. Check Out Comprehensive Universities in South Africa below:
Private Universities and Colleges in South Africa
What is TVET?
TVET is an abbreviation for Technical and Vocational Education and Training.
The focus of this part of the page is on public Technical and Vocational Education and Training that is offered at colleges.
Technical and Vocational Education and Training courses are vocational or occupational by nature meaning that the student receives education and training with a view towards a specific range of jobs, employment or entrepreneurial possibilities. Under certain conditions, some students may qualify for admission to a University of Technology to continue their studies at a higher level in the same field of study as they were studying at the TVET College.
On this page, the List of Public TVET colleges listed below will lead you to more related links to get the information you need on the school and to apply when you meet their requirements.
See List of All PUBLIC TVET COLLEGES IN SOUTH AFRICA below :
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