unisa abet application 2024-2025

By | July 23, 2022

unisa abet application 2024-2025

unisa abet application 2024-2025

unisa abet application 2024-2025

We’re excited to announce that Unisa abet has been selected as the preferred partner for the 2024-2025 academic year. As part of this agreement, we will provide a wide range of services and support to Unisa students and staff. We look forward to helping you achieve your academic goals and ensuring that your experience at Unisa is top-notch.

Higher Certificate in Adult Basic Education and Training

Qualification code: 98615
NQF level: 5
Total credits: 120
SAQA ID: 93269
APS/AS: 15


  • Please be aware that this does not qualify you to practice teaching professionally. The Higher Certificate in Adult Basic Education Practice does not grant admission to a Bachelor of Education for mainstream teaching, but it does allow for articulation into a Diploma in Adult Basic Education and Training (Not currently offered by UNISA).

Online and distance learning delivery methods will both be used to deliver this qualification.
Only students who have already registered for this qualification are eligible for the qualification until 2024.

Who can sign up?

  • Only after receiving notification from Unisa that their admissions application has been accepted may applicants register. If it is discovered that you were improperly admitted to a qualification, Unisa reserves the right to refuse to process and/or cancel your registration. Admission is not a given to the alternative qualification. Whether you meet the requirements for admission and whether there is room for you will depend on these factors.
  • Once the registration period begins, re-registered students can sign up for the 2024 academic year.

Please note: Should you wish to start a new qualification, please apply online for the alternative qualification during the prescribed application period.

choosing your modules
Each Unisa qualification is designed so that in order to graduate, you must pass a specific number of NQF level credits within a specific amount of time.

  • Co-requirement: Module A is necessary before Module B. Even though you haven’t yet passed Module A, you want to sign up for Module B. Then, you must simultaneously register for Modules A and B. Registration for Module A cannot be canceled unless Module B is also canceled.
  • Prerequisite: You must pass Module A before signing up for Module B if it is a prerequisite for Module B.

You are not permitted to register for more credits or modules than are permitted for the academic year.

Exams taken in a previous semester’s aegrotat or supplementary sections do not count toward the maximum number of credits. The maximum number of credits permitted also includes modules taken for non-degree or non-diploma purposes.

When selecting your modules, you must keep in mind your available time because it will have an effect on how well you perform academically. You require roughly

  • In the case of semester modules, 6–8 hours per week.
  • For year modules, 4–6 hours a week.

For more details on how to manage your studies, click here.

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