universities in south africa
26 public universities distributed across all 9 provinces in South Africa.
Traditional Universities: These Universities provide theoretically-oriented university degree programmes.
Universities of Technology (“Technikons”): These Universities provide vocational oriented diploma and degree programmes.
Comprehensive Universities: These Universities provide a combination of both traditional Universities qualifications and Universities of Technology qualifications.
Traditional Universities in South Africa
University of Cape Town
University of Fort Hare
University of the Free State
University of KwaZulu-Natal
University of Limpopo
University of Pretoria
University of Stellenbosch
University of the Western Cape
University of the Witwatersrand
Sol Plaatje University
Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences
Comprehensive Universities in South Africa
University of Johannesburg
Nelson Mandela University
University of South Africa
University of Venda
Walter Sisulu University
University of Zululand
Universities of Technology in South Africa
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Central University of Technology
Durban University of Technology
Mangosuthu University of Technology
Tshwane University of Technology
Vaal University of Technology
Private Universities and Colleges in South Africa
AFDA, The South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance
Auckland Park Theological Seminary
Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa
Boston City Campus and Business College
CTI Education Group
Doxa Deo School of Divinity
George Whitefield College
IMM Graduate School of Marketing
Inscape Design College
Management College of Southern Africa
Midrand Graduate Institute
Milpark Business School
Oval Education International
Qualitas Career Academy
Monash South Africa
Regenesys Business School
South African Theological Seminary
St Augustine College of South Africa
Stenden University South Africa
See Also Unisa Online Application 2020-2021
University of South Africa Online Application Online Application 2020/2021: You are welcome to our page. We have all that is needed to assist you in applying. Read carefully everything we have written here to know how to apply.
Deadline: Application opens in august and closes on 30 September each year. We, therefore, encourage prospective students (Undergraduates) to apply online or paper-based application forms.( Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted – please apply during the application cycle before the closing date to ensure your application is considered.) Late application may be accepted if spaces are available.
Who must apply Unisa Online Application 2020-2021
Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission. This includes first-time Unisa applicants and Unisa students changing to a new qualification.
Everyone completing a Higher Certificate or Alternative Pathway / Extended Programme must apply for admission to the follow-on qualification.
You must re-apply for admission if you previously applied for admission and received feedback, but did not register for any reason.
Everyone planning to enroll for classes at a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college under the Unisa-TVET agreement must apply for admission.
Please note: You must re-apply for admission if you previously applied for admission and were offered a space, but did not accept the offer and / or did not register for any reason.
South African Applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application fee of R105 for online applications.
Applicants applying via Unisa for a TVET college can use a hardcopy application – the application fee for this is R160.
Submitting Results and Documents:
A complete application, submitted entirely online, MUST includes the following materials:
- Proof of payment receipt of your application fee (This is a non-refundable compulsory fee for every applicant)
- A Certified copy of your ID document(ID document is compulsory for South Africa citizens – your application cannot be processed without a certified copy of your ID and Passport Number for International Applicants)
- Exam Results: Final Grade 12 results (if available). Grade 11 results (if you currently doing grade 12) are very important for your application. Thus, have it on hand.
- A unique email address when applying either online or in a hard copy. Note that some of the systems do not accept emails from some of the universities: It is advisable to create and use a Gmail, Yahoomail address for the application.
To be eligible for consideration read carefully about the admission requirement before you apply. Before applying, carefully read the step-by-step process of the application instructions.
NBT Test: This institution requires you to write a National Benchmark Test (NBT) before you can apply. For more information on NBT’s kindly click here
How to get Application forms: Application to the university can be done online or in a hardcopy. Click here for the application form.
COST PER COURSE PER ANNUM: To get specific course fees, contact Unisa directly.
CONTACT DETAILS: Do you have any question regarding your application? Sure you can contact the institution with the addresses and telephone numbers we have provided below to reach the school officials; you can email Email: email@example.com or call Tel: 012 441 5888. For more info on University of South Africa, contact details click here
Unisa Residence Application:
University of South Africa Online Application allows only applicants who have successfully apply for admission. Therefore if you have submitted your application then you may apply for residence. To apply for residence click here.
Completed Application Forms Must be Submitted:
FYI: Submission of Results and certified Documents
Applicant must ensure that their Grade 11 and the latest Grade 12 results are submitted. Remember Failure to do this may result in delays with your application process. Always have it in mind to submit it within the application cycle. All the documents you attach will need to be certified copies of the originals.
NB: Make a photocopy of the original document and send the photocopied one.
International students will need to be evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority and this evaluation will need to be submitted with the application form.
NOTE: Once you have submitted your application form, you will be able to check your application status.
For more info visit the school website