UNISA employs a meticulous evaluation process for admission, considering various criteria:
Applicants must meet the minimum academic requirements for their chosen qualification. This may include a specific minimum Academic Performance Score (APS) or a set number of recognized modules.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):
Applicants demonstrating equivalent prior learning can be considered through RPL. This may involve submitting transcripts or other documentation.
Certain qualifications, especially those offered in English, require applicants to demonstrate necessary language proficiency. This may involve submitting an English proficiency test score or other documentation.
Select “Application Status” from the left-hand menu.
Your application status will be displayed on the screen.
What does ‘Offered’ mean?
If your application status shows “Offered,” it means that Unisa has accepted your application and offered you a place in your chosen program. Congratulations!
How do I accept or decline my admission offer?
You will receive an official offer letter from Unisa via email or post. This letter will explain the steps you need to take to accept or decline your offer, including any deadlines you need to meet. You can typically accept or decline your offer through the Unisa Student Portal.
What if I don’t receive my UNISA admission decision within the expected timeframe?
Armed with this comprehensive guide, prospective students can confidently navigate the UNISA admission status process. Stay informed, meet deadlines, and reach out to the dedicated support channels for a successful academic journey at UNISA.