University of South Africa UNISA Miscellaneous Fees

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University of South Africa UNISA Miscellaneous Fees

University of South Africa UNISA Miscellaneous Fees –  UNISA Miscellaneous Fees

Apart from your general fees, there are various miscellaneous fees that you will encounter in the course of your studies, such as supplementary exams, remarks, exemption certificates and library cards. All miscellaneous fees are payable to Unisa and may be included with your student fees.

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The following table details all these fees and indicates who they apply to:

Supplementary, special and aegrotat examinationsR267.00Per study unit
Remarking of examinations scriptsR471.00Examination scripts and closing dates for application (per examination script)
Closing dates for the receipt of applications to have examination answer scripts rechecked/remarked are as follows:

  • October / November 2020 examinations: 31 January 2022
  • January / February 2022 supplementary examinations: 30 March 2022
  • May / June 2022 examinations: 16 August 2022
Purchasing of examination scriptsR52.00
Additional costs for practical modulesAdditional costs for practical modules must be paid as part of the minimum amount payable at registration.
R2,500.00COC1501
R3,000.00COC2602
R3,500.00COC3601
R2,500.00COC3602
R1,460.00HES4807
Issuing of complete or conditional exemption certificates by the Matriculation BoardR610.00The fees are payable before or on registration.
Dishonoured paymentsR701.00The levy will be charged per dishonoured transaction.
Levy on students in
foreign countries
Category
Levy per
year module
Levy per
semester module
Students with an address outside the RSA must pay the additional compulsory levy on registration:
AR2,979.00R1,490.00Category A: Africa
BR5,706.00R2,853.00Category B: Rest of the world
Students who after registration change their postal address to a foreign address will be liable to pay the foreign levy as specified. The levy for foreign students is not transferable and also not refundable. This rule also applies to the change of address from foreign countries to South Africa.
Access card (Smart card)R68.00Students who are liable for the access card fees are:

  • Students who apply for a card for the first time
  • Students who previously had a card but need a new one
  • Students whose previous card is lost or damaged

Students who are in possession of an access card and reregister do not need to apply or pay for a new card; the old card will be activated automatically.

If you indicated “yes” on the registration form with regard to the Access card, the card fees will automatically be payable upon registration as part of your minimum payment.

Amount forfeited in case of death prior to the examination periodR1,743.00
Application feeR120.00Internet or self-help
R194.00Hard copy (fax or post)

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