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FAQs: Undergraduate qualifications, honors degrees & postgraduate diplomas

What do we mean by “open applications”?

It means that Unisa will accept applications throughout the year. This does not, however, guarantee that you will be able to register for the next semester or even the subsequent academic year. It will depend on, among other things, whether you meet the necessary admission requirements, whether the qualification is full (over-subscribed) and whether the registration period has commenced. It is also subject to the prescribed minimum tuition period of 15 weeks for semester modules and 30 weeks for year modules.

Is there a closing date for applications?

There is no closing date as such. However specific qualifications may be closed for applications when a qualification is full or at least two weeks prior to the start of the registration period.

When should I apply for the next semester?

You can apply at any time for the next semester. You may be offered a space, but this will depend on, among other things, whether you meet the necessary admission requirements, whether the qualification is full and whether the registration period has commenced (eg for the 2020 first semester registration period, applications should be allowed only up to 24 December 2019). Applications received during the Unisa registration period will be considered for the next academic period (semester/year).

Once I have applied, how long will it take for Unisa to respond or make me an offer?

Unisa will make an offer as soon as possible. The final date for feedback will not be later than a week before the closing date for registrations.

How long do I have to accept or reject the offer?

You will have 10 days to accept or reject the offer. If you do not accept or reject the offer, the space will be given to another student.

How do I know if a qualification is fully subscribed (full)?

The application system will indicate to you if a qualification is full. You will then have to apply for the qualification for the following semester (if the qualification is available for the next semester), or another qualification.

Once I have applied and been given space, when do I register?

Unisa will inform you about the registration dates in your acceptance letter. Unisa generally follows this registration cycle:

  • Registration for semester 1 takes place in January.
  • Registration for semester 2 takes place from mid-June to mid-July.
  • Registration for year modules takes place from January to March (some exceptions apply, such as the College of Accounting Sciences’ postgraduate diplomas and some honours qualifications).

FAQs: Master’s degrees (coursework)

What do we mean by “open applications”?

It means that Unisa will accept applications throughout the year. This does not, however, guarantee that you will be able to register for that academic year. It will depend on, among other things, whether you meet the necessary admission requirements, whether the qualification is full and whether the registration period has commenced. It is also subject to the prescribed minimum tuition period of 30 weeks for year modules. There are no second semester registrations for master’s degrees by coursework, as all modules are year modules.

Is there a closing date for applications?

There is no closing date as such. However specific qualifications may be closed for applications when a qualification is full. Selections take place during December, January and February and you will be informed of the outcome of your application at least two weeks prior to the closing date for registrations.

Applications received after selections have taken place will be processed. Acceptance will depend on whether you meet the necessary admission requirements, whether the qualification is full and whether the registration period has started (eg 2020 applications received will be processed and referred to the relevant academic department prior to the selection dates). Applications received thereafter will be referred if there are still spaces available. Once a qualification is full, it will be removed from the online application list until spaces become available which is dependent on the registration closing date.

Once I have applied, how long will it take for Unisa to respond or provide feedback?

Students will be accepted on the following criteria: (i) suitability and viability of the intended research, (ii) adequate supervisory capacity, and (iii) research expertise in the discipline or department. Selections take place during December, January and February. The final date for feedback will not be later than two weeks before the closing date for registrations.

How do I know if a qualification is fully subscribed (full)?

The application system will indicate to you if a qualification is full. The qualification will no longer appear on the list of available qualifications in the online application system. You will then have to apply for an alternative qualification or wait until your qualification of choice becomes available (it might be that it only becomes available for the next academic year).

Once I have applied and been approved, when do I register?

Master’s degree students normally register from January to March of each year. Some qualifications have earlier registration closing dates, such as the MCompt, MBL, MBA degrees.


FAQs: Master’s and doctoral research degrees (dissertation or thesis only)

What do we mean by “open applications”?

It means that Unisa will accept applications throughout the year. This does not, however, guarantee that you will be able to register for that year. It will depend on the academic capacity of colleges, which can only accommodate a certain number of master’s and doctoral candidates. Students will be accepted on the following criteria: (i) suitability and viability of the intended research, (ii) adequate supervisory capacity, and (iii) research expertise in the discipline or department.

Is there a closing date for applications?

There is no closing date as such. However specific qualifications may be closed for applications when a qualification is full or when selections have already taken place and no spaces are available. Selections normally takes place during December, January and February and you will be informed of the outcome of your application at least two weeks prior to the closing date for registrations.

Applications received after selections have taken place will be processed. Acceptance will depend on whether you meet the necessary admission requirements and whether there is still academic capacity in the college (eg 2020 applications received will be processed and referred to the relevant academic department prior to the selection dates). Applications received thereafter will be referred if there are still spaces available. Once a qualification is full, it will be removed from the online application list until spaces become available. It could be that the qualification will only become available for the next academic year.

Once I have applied, how long will it take for Unisa to respond or provide feedback?

Selections take place during December, January and February. The final date for feedback will not be later than two weeks before the closing date for registrations.

How do I know if a qualification is fully subscribed (full)?

The application system will indicate to you if a qualification is full. The qualification will no longer appear on the list of available qualifications on the online application system. You will then have to apply for an alternative qualification or wait until your qualification of choice becomes available (ie may only become available for the next academic year).

Once I have applied and been approved, when do I register?

Research master’s and doctoral students normally register from January to March of each year. Please note that the DBL degree has an earlier registration closing date.

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Students entering university for the first time in 2021, including must apply from 1 August – 30 November.

A university student who was not funded (declined/ did not apply) by NSFAS in 2021, can apply for funding from 1 September – 30 November.

For more information, or to apply, visit: www.nsfas.org.za

Paper applications forms can be sent to NSFAS Head Office in Cape Town via:

  • Email to: apply@nsfas.org.za
  • Fax to: 086 644 2822
  • Post to: 2020 Online Applications, NSFAS Loans & Bursaries Department, Private Bag X4, Plumstead, 7801.

Please complete and submit your application online within the deadlines provided by NSFAS as the university will not be in a position to assist students who submit incomplete or late applications, or who didn’t apply to NSFAS.

NB: Applications for NSFAS will no longer be accepted by the CPUT Financial Aid Office.

Criteria – Cape Peninsula University of Technology Bursaries 2021

A student qualifies for an NSFAS loan if he/ she is:

  • a South African citizen
  • applied to study at a university
  • an undergraduate student studying towards a first higher education qualification
  • is financially needy as determined by the NSFAS Means Test
  • able to demonstrate the potential for academic success
  • unable to finance his/ her studies

Students who have received loans or bursaries from other sources covering the full cost of study are not eligible for a loan.

To find out more about Funza Lushaka (bursary scheme for teacher education), visit http://www.funzalushaka.doe.gov.za/

For more info visit Nsfas Website

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One must meet the financial qualification criteria for funding. That is, they must have a combined gross family income of up to R350 000 per annum, as assessed and verified by NSFAS

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ABOUT NSFAS

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) was formed in terms of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. NSFAS is a bursary scheme which provides poor and working-class South African students with fully subsidized free higher education and training.

NSFAS’s vision is to provides students from poor and working-class families with financial aid, to undertake studies at public universities and TVET colleges.

ABOUT NSFAS PROGRAMME

On 16 December 2017, former president, Jacob Zuma, announced that the South African government would phase in “fully subsidized free higher education and training for poor and working-class South African students”. The funding would be phased in over a period of 5 years and thus the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) Bursary Scheme was established.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must ensure that they satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:

  • South African citizen
  • Receive a SASSA grant
  • Total household income is R350 000 or less per annum
  • Applying to study at a TVET College or public university
  • Already registered as a university student with a total household income of under R122 000 per annum
  • Passed grade 9 and grade 10 to receive funding to study at TVET College
  • Passed Matric to receive funding to study at University
  • Registering for your first time at a public university for an undergraduate qualification or registered at a public TVET College for a National Certificate Vocational/ report 191 program

Do NOT apply if you meet the following criteria:

  • Foreign student (NOT a South African citizen)
  • Total household income is over R350 000 per annum
  • Completed a previous tertiary qualification
  • Already applied and received funding

COVERAGE VALUE

The DHET Bursary will provide cover for the following study-related expenses:

  • Registration fee
  • Tuition fee
  • Subsidized book allowances
  • Prescribed learning materials (up to a certain amount, as set by NSFAS)
  • Subsidized accommodation (up to a certain amount, as set by NSFAS)
  • Subsidized meal allowances

HOW TO APPLY

There are 3 ways in which you can apply:

METHOD 1: On the NSFAS website (if you wish to apply online, follow the instructions below)
1) Create your myNSFAS account here: https://my.nsfas.org.za/mynsfas/selfservice.html
You will be required to provide the following information when registering an account: username, password, ID number, cellphone number and email address
2) You can then login using your selected username and password
3) Complete the application form by clicking the “apply” button
4) When you have filled in all the required information (do not leave any fields blank), you can upload electronic copies of your supporting documents (as listed below). Once all your documents have been uploaded, click the “submit” button to receive your reference number

METHOD 2: At your closest NYDA Centre
1) Visit a NYDA centre/ office closest to you
2) A NYDA centre worker will explain the application process and provide you with an application form to complete
3) Complete the application form in CAPITAL letters with a black pen and sign it in the allocated spots
4) Hand in your application form and supporting documents (as listed below). Ensure that your supporting documents are certified on the front of the page and not be older than 3 months.
5) You will receive a receipt card with a bar code attached

METHOD 3: At a Financial Aid Office on campus/ computer lab

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application be disregarded):

  • ID document/ ID card (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Unabridged birth certificate (if you do not have an ID document or ID card) (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Parents/ guardians ID documents (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Parents/ guardians death certificate (if applicable) (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Payslips/ employment letters/ pension advice (not older than 3 months) (do not submit SASSA slips. SASSA should be excluded from household income) (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Contact details (cellphone number/ email address where NSFAS can communicate with you throughout the application process, as well as to provide feedback on the outcome of your application)
  • NSFAS Consent Form pdf– completed and signed by parents/ guardians
  • If disabled, complete and include the NSFAS Disability Annexure A (.pdf)
  • If orphaned, complete and include the NSFAS Declaration Form (.pdf) – to be signed by an Isibindi Child Youth Care Worker/ a social worker from the Department of Social Development and submitted to an Isibindi Centre/ NYDA office

CONTACT THE BURSARY PROVIDER

For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact NSFAS directly:
Tel: 0860 067 327
Email: info@nsfas.org.za

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Students seeking financial support from the Nsfas should kindly take note of the closing date from Nsfas. The documented below is the closing date and also how to apply for a loan and the supporting documents needed for the process.

The deadline for NSFAS funding is 30 November. No late applications will be accepted. For more information on the application process or to apply, please visit www.nsfas.org.za or call 086 006 7327. Click here for more information.

The closing date for applications for other funding opportunities will be communicated at a later stage. Please note, however, that ALL applications for funding must be submitted via the NSFAS website: www.nsfas.org.za

SEE ALSO HOW TO APPLY NSFAS

There are 3 ways in which you can apply:

METHOD 1: On the NSFAS website (if you wish to apply online, follow the instructions below)
1) Create your myNSFAS account here: https://my.nsfas.org.za/mynsfas/selfservice.html
You will be required to provide the following information when registering an account: username, password, ID number, cellphone number and email address
2) You can then login using your selected username and password
3) Complete the application form by clicking the “apply” button
4) When you have filled in all the required information (do not leave any fields blank), you can upload electronic copies of your supporting documents (as listed below). Once all your documents have been uploaded, click the “submit” button to receive your reference number

METHOD 2: At your closest NYDA Centre
1) Visit a NYDA centre/ office closest to you
2) A NYDA centre worker will explain the application process and provide you with an application form to complete
3) Complete the application form in CAPITAL letters with a black pen and sign it in the allocated spots
4) Hand in your application form and supporting documents (as listed below). Ensure that your supporting documents are certified on the front of the page and not be older than 3 months.
5) You will receive a receipt card with a bar code attached

METHOD 3: At a Financial Aid Office on campus/ computer lab

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application be disregarded):

  • ID document/ ID card (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Unabridged birth certificate (if you do not have an ID document or ID card) (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Parents/ guardians ID documents (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Parents/ guardians death certificate (if applicable) (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Payslips/ employment letters/ pension advice (not older than 3 months) (do not submit SASSA slips. SASSA should be excluded from household income) (certified copy and electronic copy)
  • Contact details (cellphone number/ email address where NSFAS can communicate with you throughout the application process, as well as to provide feedback on the outcome of your application)
  • NSFAS Consent Form pdf– completed and signed by parents/ guardians
  • If disabled, complete and include the NSFAS Disability Annexure A (.pdf)
  • If orphaned, complete and include the NSFAS Declaration Form (.pdf) – to be signed by an Isibindi Child Youth Care Worker/ a social worker from the Department of Social Development and submitted to an Isibindi Centre/ NYDA office

CONTACT THE BURSARY PROVIDER

For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact NSFAS directly:
Tel: 0860 067 327
Email: info@nsfas.org.za

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