unisa finance contact details

By | September 3, 2021

unisa finance contact details

unisa finance contact details

unisa finance contact details

Fees Office

MBA queries

011 652 0221 or rakomml@unisa.ac.za

MBL queries

011 652 0243 or chabani1@unisa.ac.za

PGD and DBL queries

011 652 0226 or ngwanmt@unisa.ac.za

General queries:

Landline: 011 652 0312 / 0379 / 0380
E-mail: SBLfinance@unisa.ac.za

The following are the several types of student fees:

  • The cost of the application
  • Tuition fees are divided into two parts: an acceptance deposit and a payment plan.
  • Students from outside of South Africa and Africa will be charged additional fees.
  • Fees for other services

Application fees formal programmes

  • Online applications R 105
  • Manual applications R 160

Notes

§  Tuition fees need to be settled at the following intervals

  • It should be noted that Unisa is a cashless institution. 50% of total tuition on registration.

Year modules

  • 25% of total tuition on the 15th of May, and then the balance on 15th of August.

Second semester modules

  • 50% of total tuition on the 15th of August.

MBL 1

Option 1

If student chooses to do the Business Research Elective module in Year 1

R116 666

Option 2

If student chooses to do both electives in Year 2

R105 000

MBL 2

Option 1

If student chooses to do the Business Research Elective module in Year 1

R58 333

Option 2

If student chooses to do both electives in Year 2

R70 000

PGD

Tuition Fees

Fees for the full first  year of the programme

R49 428

TOTAL R49 428

DBL Research Proposal

Tuition Fees

100% of tuition (non-refundable)

R7 840

On application

Administration Levy (non-refundable)

R2 500

TOTAL R10 340

DBL Thesis

Tuition Fees

100% of tuition (non-refundable)

R25 813

On application

Administration Levy (non-refundable)

R0 00

TOTAL R25 813

MBA 1

Option 1

If student chooses to do the 2nd level elective modules in Year 1

R103 650

Option 2

If student chooses to do 2nd level elective modules in Year 2

R93 285

MBA 2

Option 1

If student chooses to do the 2nd level elective modules in Year 1

R51 824

Option 2

If student chooses to do 2nd level elective modules in Year 2

R62 189

Acceptance / registration fees

MBL1

R 58 333

MBL2

R35 000

PDG

R24 714

MBA1

R51 825

MBA2

R31 094

DBL

  • Proposal
  • Thesis

R10 340
R25 813

Notes
The acceptance fee must be paid at the time of registration or prior. If the registration cost is paid in full or if a valid purchase order is given, registration will be conducted. For registration, the bursar (sponsorship) letter is insufficient. Disclaimer: The University Council has not yet accepted the 2013 fees. A 6.03 percent increase is included in the table, which will be confirmed after Council approval is received. The provisional timetable above might be used as a guideline by applicants.

Study material

Students should buy their required textbooks from UNISA-approved bookstores.

Resignation from the program (excluding DBL)

A cancellation charge is payable as follows, subject to Section 12(2) of the Consumer Protection Act:

Registered students must notify the Program Administrator and the Expenses Office in writing if they wish to withdraw from any SBL program or offering for any reason; failing to do so will result in the student being responsible for the entire program’s tuition fees.
Notes

  • Withdrawals made prior to the start of the program will be fully refunded.
  • Withdrawal after the program’s start date but before the 15th of May will result in a 50 percent tuition fee responsibility.
  • Withdrawal after the start date of the program but before the 15th of August will result in a liability equal to 75% of the tuition payments.
  • Withdrawal after the program’s start date, but before August 15, will result in a responsibility of 100% of tuition payments.

Withdrawal from programme (DBL students)

NB: If students withdraw from the DBL program, no refunds will be issued; regardless of the date of withdrawal, the student is responsible for the full cost of the program.

Students from outside of South Africa and Africa will be charged additional fees (foreign levies)

For more information, please contact the Fees Office.

Miscellaneous fees

Please contact the Fees Office for these costs.
These include but are not limited to charges such as supplementary exam fees, re-mark, re-check, mark audit and library fees. These fees could be levied during the course of the academic year. Such charges often appear late in the year, so it is the student responsibility to check for these charges to avoid financial penalties.

Financial blocks and cancellations

Unsettled accounts are subject to financial blocks or/and cancellations. Accounts that are cancelled or blocked will not have access to academic results on the MyUnisa platform.

Failure to settle fees in full

If a student does not pay all outstanding amounts, the student faces the following financial consequences: the student will be unable to access his or her statement of results, will not be allowed to participate in graduation, will not be accepted into the next academic year of study, and will be turned over to a third party for collection of outstanding amounts. Once the account has been turned over for collection, the student will be responsible for the legal fees associated with the recovery.

Payment details

Only individual students are eligible (Unisa student deposits) Deposits in cash At the Unisa offices, no cash or checks will be accepted. Cash or checks can still be deposited into the University’s bank account at any Standard bank office in South Africa.

Beneficiary:

Unisa

Bank:

Standard Bank

Account number:

096R

Branch code:

010645

Reference:

Your 8-digit Student Number 300077403
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation

Electronic Fund Transfers
Unisa is listed as a COMPANY beneficiary (select from your bank’s list of preapproved company beneficiaries).

Reference:

Your 8-digit Student Number 3000774039
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation

Credit Card Payments
Visa and MasterCard are the only credit cards accepted. If you pay or register in person at UNISA SBL in Midrand, credit card payments are permitted. The UNISA website (https://registration.unisa.ac.za) is the recommended form of payment for national and foreign students.

Reference:

Your 8-digit Student Number 3000774039
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation

Corporate clients/bulk payments

Beneficiary:

Unisa

Bank:

Standard Bank

Account number:

Please contact +27 11 652 0313 or +27 11 652 0226 or +27 11 652 0262

Branch code:

010645

Reference:

3000774039 COMPANY NAME
NB: Proof of payment, a list of students with student numbers and the amounts to be allocated per student should be emailed to SBLfinance@unisa.ac.zafor bulk payments. This will allow funds to be quickly allocated to the appropriate student account.

Foreign students

Beneficiary:

Unisa

Bank:

Standard Bank

Account number:

NR011554622

Branch code:

010645

SWIFT code:

SBZAZAJJ

Reference:

STUDENTNR 3000774039

myUnisa payments

 

  • For existing students: following payment link by logging onto your MyUnisa platform: https://my.unisa.ac.za/portal
  • Please use the correct reference to guarantee that payments to student accounts are allocated quickly and correctly.
  • To make the sponsorship (bursar) letter and tax bills easier to prepare. Companies that support students are required to send bursar/sponsorship letters in order to receive tax invoices. The following information must be included in the bursar/sponsorship letter:
  1. A letter of sponsorship in which the sponsor expressly acknowledges financial responsibility for the entire or stated amount of the study costs. Even if a cohort cancels his or her association with the sponsor, UNISA SBL will hold the sponsor legally accountable for the sum stated in the letter. To obtain the above requirement, UNISA/SBL retains the right to need a Memorandum of Agreement.
  2. The organization’s full trading name.
  3. Organization’s mailing address.
  4. Number of Value Added Tax (if exempt, please indicate)
  5. Account representative’s full name and formal title
  6. The cost or amount for which the company is liable.
  7. Each student’s full name and student number (the national ID number if student number has not been issued)
  8. A fax number or an email address to which an invoice copy can be sent.
  9. The bursar/sponsorship letter should be written on the company’s letterhead.

Very Useful Links from Unisa

Application Instructions
Unisa admission requirements
Unisa application process
Unisa application form PDF download
How to apply Unisa Online
Unisa Application Status
University of South Africa (Unisa) prospectus

Unisa application form

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unisa application ndp
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unisa application process
How to Access Unisa Application Tool
How to Accept Unisa application Offer

Unisa Application Grant 2023-2024

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