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					The complete Calendar consists of:

PART 1        General Information and Rules
                      (All degrees, diplomas and certificates)
PART 2        Subjects and syllabuses
PART 3        Rules: College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
PART 4        Rules: College of Economic and Management Sciences
PART 5        Rules: College of Human Sciences
PART 6        Rules: College of Law
PART 7        Rules: College of Science, Engineering and Technology
PART 8        VUDEC/UNISA
                      (General information, rules, regulations and transitional arrangements)




ENQUIRIES: CALL CENTRE

Florida Campus
Tel: (011) 670-9000
Fax: (011) 471-2987
e-mail: client@tsa.ac.za

Pretoria Campus
Tel: (012) 429-4111
Fax: (012) 429-4150
e-mail: undergrad@unisa.ac.za




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Dear Student

You have now received the registration material. If you take the following steps, Unisa undertakes to mail your study material to you within twelve
days of receipt of your application form and fees, or to hand it over personally on campus within three hours.
                                                                                                                                      Check with 

1     Check each step in this le�er.                                                                                                          

2     Find and read the information on your proposed degree/diploma in the enclosed College Calendar.                                         

3     Refer to the Section E and establish the fees per study unit and the minimum amount
      payable on registration.                                                                                                                

      Part 1 of the Calendar will be issued to you only on your first registration. It contains valuable information for you as a
      registered student and must be retained for the duration of your studies. It will not be issued to you on reregistration each year.

4     Take the application form and this Information brochure and complete both sides of the form according to the instructions
      in this brochure.                                                                                                                       

5     A�ach (where applicable) the following to the registration form: admission documents and/Academic records, statements of courses
      passed, certificates of conduct, applications for exemption, questionnaires, certificates of registration.                         

      NB       Your application cannot be processed without the documents specified in A2 and on payment of the minimum amount together
               with any levies, where applicable, that may be payable. The registration form, additional documents and fees must be
               mailed together, in one envelope, or handed in on campus.                                                              

      Mail to:       The Registrar (Academic),
                     PO Box 392,
                     Unisa, 0003 OR

      register personally at one of the undermentioned addresses:

(a)   PRETORIA:                   Registration Hall                  Tel.:   See the lists under A4 (1)–(9)
                                  3rd level                          Fax:    (012) 429-4150
                                  Cas van Vuuren Building                    (undergraduate)
                                  Muckleneuk Ridge                           (012) 429-2689
                                  PRETORIA                                   (postgraduate)

(b)   EASTERN CAPE:               26 Victoria Road                   Tel:    (047) 531-5002
                                  (Cor Madeira Road)                 Fax:    (047) 531-5120
                                  Steve’s Motor Building
                                  UMTATA

                                  Technikon Southern Africa          Tel:    (043) 743-9246
                                  Metropolitan Life Building         Fax:    (043) 743-9273
                                  Drury Lane
                                  EAST LONDON

                                  (Private Bag X9057
                                  East London 5200)

(c)   FREE STATE:                 Technikon Southern Africa          Tel:    (051) 430-4353
                                  N.R.E. House                       Fax:    (051) 430-3822
                                  161 Nelson Mandela Drive
                                  BLOEMFONTEIN

                                  (PO Box 306
                                  Bloemfontein 9300)

(d)   KWAZULU-NATAL:              230 Stanger Street                 Tel:    (031) 335-1700
                                  (Cnr Old Fort Road)                Fax:    (031) 337-4142
                                  DURBAN
                                  (PO Box 47431
                                  Greyville 4023)
                                  1 Longmarket Street                Tel:    (033) 394-3668/9
                                  PIETERMARITZBURG                   Fax:    (033) 394-3626
                                  3201


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(e)    LIMPOPO:                    29A Landdros Maré Street           Tel.:   (015) 290-3400
                                   POLOKWANE                          Fax:    (015) 290-3422

                                   (PO Box 2805
                                   Polokwane 0700)
(f)    MPUMALANGA:                 Technikon Southern Africa          Tel:    (013) 755-2476
                                   Standard Bank Centre               Fax:    (013) 755-2489
                                   31 Brown Street
                                   NELSPRUIT

                                   (Private Bag X11306
                                   Nelspruit 1200)

                                   Technikon Southern Africa       Tel:       (013) 282-4115
                                   Town Square Building            Fax:       (013) 282-6221
                                   Cnr Church and Voortrekker Street
                                   MIDDELBURG

                                   (Private Bag X251837
                                   Middelburg 1050)

(g)    NAMIBIA:                    Gobabis                            Tel.: 0926462 – 562268
                                   Katima Mulilo                      Tel.: 09264677 – 3587
                                   Keetmanshoop                       Tel.: 0926463 – 222210
                                   Khorixas                           Tel.: 0926467 – 331028
                                   Oshakati                           Tel.: 0926465 – 221781
                                   Otjiwarongo                        Tel.: 0926467 – 302213
                                   Rundu                              Tel.: 0926466 – 255185
                                   Swakopmund                         Tel.: 0926464 – 404343
                                   Tsumeb                             Tel.: 0926467 – 220288
                                   Windhoek                           Tel.: 0926461 – 2063093

                                   Registration documents are received at these various centres in Namibia and posted to Kimberley for processing.
                                   (Contact person: Nkulu Mahlangu, Tel.: (053) 832-6391, Fax: (053) 833-4104)

(h)    NORTHERN CAPE:              Technikon Southern Africa                  Tel:    (053) 832-6391
                                   90 Du Toitspan Road                        Fax:    (053) 833-4104
                                   KIMBERLEY

                                   (Private Bag X6094
                                   Kimberley 8300)

(i)    WESTERN CAPE:               Unisa A                                    Tel.:   (021) 936-4114
                                   15 Jean Simonis Street                     Fax:    (021) 936-4119
                                   PAROW

                                   (Private Bag X16
                                   Parow 7499)

                                   Huguenot College                           Tel:    (021) 873-0224
                                   College Street                             Fax:    (021) 873-0228
                                   WELLINGTON

                                   (PO Box 16
                                   Wellington 7654)

The registration dates and office hours will be found in Section D.

Yours faithfully




L Molamu (Prof)
REGISTRAR (ACADEMIC)




 392 UNISA 0003 RSA ((012) 429-3111 • INT +27+12 429-3111 • FAX (012)429-3221


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C                             o                             n                             t                            e                            n                             t                            s
SECTION A
      A1  Basic requirements for registration .....................................................................................................................................................7
      A2  Documents to be submitted on registration .........................................................................................................................................7
      A3  Instructions for completing the registration forms for 2005........................................................................................................................... 9

SECTION B
      B1          Examination Centres – Question 13 (undergraduate registration form) and Question 14 (postgraduate registration form) ...................................20
      B2          Examination timetable for 2005 ....................................................................................................................................................20

SECTION C
      C1          General ...................................................................................................................................................................................20
      C2          Definition .................................................................................................................................................................................20
      C3          Number of study units per year and re-admission to studies ..................................................................................................................20
      C4          Addition of study units after registration ..........................................................................................................................................22
      C5          Failure to submit documents ..........................................................................................................................................................22
      C6          Cancellations .............................................................................................................................................................................22

SECTION D
      D1          Dates for registration ...................................................................................................................................................................22
      D2          Office Hours ............................................................................................................................................................................23

SECTION E
      E1          Fees ........................................................................................................................................................................................23
      E2          Method of payment ....................................................................................................................................................................28

SECTION F
      F1          Cancellation on failure to pay fees ..................................................................................................................................................29
      F2          Applications for cancellation .........................................................................................................................................................29
      F3          Semester registrations ..................................................................................................................................................................29

         Application for Matriculation Board Exemption – Centrefold
         Form to use in general correspondence – Centrefold
         Consent form – Centrefold
         Brochure on RPL – Centrefold
         Prescribed book application – Centrefold
         Eduloan application form – Centrefold




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S E C T I O N                                                          A        
                                                                                        NB
                                                                                        Students are advised to register as early as possible. PLEASE DO NOT
                                                                                        WAIT UNTIL THE APPROPRIATE CLOSING DATE.
                                                                                       All study units for each year must be selected in such a manner that
       NB                                                                               the examination dates do not clash – SEE THE EXAMINATION
Although Unisa and Technikon Southern Africa are members of the CAO                     TIMETABLE IN THE EXAMINATION BROCHURE.
prospective students applying ONLY to Unisa or TSA do not have to apply to
the CAO but must contact UNISA or TSA directly.


Applications for Undergraduate studies at the following KwaZulu-                 A2                       Documents to be submitted on
Natal Institutions will be processed by the Central Applications Office
(CAO)                                                                                                                       registration
       University of KwaZulu Natal
       University of Zululand                                                        (Abstract of Section A14 in Part 1 of the Calendar)
       Durban Institute of Technology
       Mangosuthu Technikon
                                                                                1.      ALL QUALIFICATIONS (FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES)
Further information can be obtained from the CAO.
                                                                                (1)     On FIRST registration for UNDERGRADUATE studies (or on
      CAO
                                                                                        first registration for a new undergraduate qualification), the
      Private Bag X06
                                                                                        following documents must be submi�ed TOGETHER WITH
      DALBRIDGE
                                                                                        your application for registration:
      4014
                                                                                        (a)    a certified copy of your qualification at matriculation
                                                                                               level (or an official statement of results) even if you have
Telephone:    (031) 268-4444
                                                                                               completed a degree at another university
Fax:          (031) 268-4422
                                                                                               and
Web Site      h�p://www/cao.ac.za
                                                                                        (b)    evidence that you have satisfied any additional
                                                                                               requirements listed under ‘Admission’ in the rules for the
                                                                                               relevant degree or diploma. (In some cases such evidence
 A1                    Basic requirements for registration                                     must be submi�ed annually.)
                                                                                               and
By signing your application form, you declare, inter alia, that you                     (c)    a married woman will be registered in the name as
undertake to comply strictly with the rules of the University.                                 indicated on her matriculation or senior certificate unless
                                                                                               a certified copy of her marriage certificate or, where
It is in your own interest to read the following pages very carefully BEFORE                   applicable, divorce papers are submi�ed.
you ENROL, and to keep this brochure and the relevant parts of the Calendar                    and
for future reference during this academic year. They are intended not only to           (d)    Should you be under the age of 21 years, a consent form
facilitate the completion and the acceptance of your application, but also                     duly completed and signed by your parent or legal
to inform you of your rights and obligations as a student, and to provide                      guardian.
you with the general information you will need to solve problems that           (2)     If your most recent registration was at ANOTHER South African
may arise in connection with your studies during the year.                              university, and you le� before completing the degree or diploma
                                                                                        for which you were enrolled, the following ORIGINAL documents
IMPORTANT                                                                               (COPIES are NOT acceptable) must be submi�ed TOGETHER
                                                                                        WITH your application for registration for UNDERGRADUATE
To ensure that your application for registration will be accepted, YOUR                 studies:
COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM MUST BE RECEIVED by the                                      (a)    a certificate of good conduct
University ON OR BEFORE THE APPROPRIATE CLOSING DATE                                           and (if you are applying for exemptions)
FOR REGISTRATION TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING:                                           (b)    a transcript of your complete academic record


(a)    the prescribed initial payment in respect of each module for                     These original document(s) must be issued by the REGISTRAR
       which you register as well as any additional levies, where                       of the university concerned. (If you were previously registered
       applicable. Note that no application for registration will be                    at more than one other university, you must, where applicable,
       accepted unless it is accompanied by the prescribed minimum                      obtain the documents specified above from each of the
       initial payment);                                                                universities concerned.) Note that these original documents will
       AND                                                                              be retained by the University and will NOT be returned to you.
(b)    all the documents required for admission to your proposed
       course of studies (unless these documents have been submi�ed                     When you apply to the Registrar of your previous university
       previously – see A2 below).                                                      for the documents under A2(1)(1)(a) and, where applicable,
                                                                                        A1(1)(2)(b), you should mention that they are required for
Please ensure that you comply with the admission to studies and submit                  purposes of registration at the University of South Africa. You
the correct relevant documents on registration.                                         should also quote your Unisa student number (if known).


If you are registering for the FIRST TIME at this University, you are                   If you COMPLETED a degree or diploma at the end of your
referred to Section C3 for possible restrictions on the number of study                 last year of registration at another university, you must submit
units for which you may register.                                                       evidence thereof together with your application for registration.
                                                                                        Note that your original academic record will be required if you
On RE-ENROLMENT, the number of study units for which you may                            wish to apply for exemptions by virtue of courses you have
register may be restricted, inter alia, by the results obtained in your last            already passed.
year of registration at this University. Information in connection with
the number of study units per year and readmission to studies is found          2.      ALL QUALIFICATIONS (FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES)
in Section C3.
                                                                                The documents indicated below must be submi�ed together with
CANCELLATIONS and ADDITIONS TO the study units for which you                    a student’s application for admission to POSTGRADUATE studies
have registered CANNOT be considered a�er the appropriate closing               and before the closing date for registration. A student for an honours
date for registration.                                                          bachelor’s degree must, in addition to the registration form, complete

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a separate form for admission. This form is sent to all prospective                         or certificate for which you were enrolled, you must, in addition
students and if you have not received such a form, you must request                         to the original transcript of your complete academic record
one from the Registrar (Academic).                                                          (excluding studies completed at Unisa), submit an original
                                                                                            certificate of good conduct, issued by the REGISTRAR of the
You may either first obtain admission to the course of studies and                           university concerned.
therea�er forward your registration form and fees, or send the form and              (c)    If you intend enrolling for the Hons BEd degree and do not hold
fees when applying for admission. The la�er procedure will expedite                         a four-year composite degree in Education, an original statement
ma�ers and if you are not admi�ed, the fees will be refunded.                               that you have completed a teacher’s diploma, issued by the
                                                                                            education department, university or teacher’s college concerned,
        NB                                                                                  must also be submi�ed.
(i)     Original degree certificates and/or teacher’s diplomas/certificates must       (d)    If additional admission requirements are prescribed, evidence
        not be submi�ed, and if you send in an original you do so at your own               in the form of original documents that such requirements have
        risk.                                                                               been satisfied must also be submi�ed.
(ii)    Concurrent registration at two different universities in the Republic of      (e)    A married woman will be registered in the name as indicated
        South Africa is subject to strict controls. If you have already registered          on her bachelor’s degree certificate unless a certified copy of
        or intend to register at another SOUTH AFRICAN university for                       her marriage certificate or, where applicable, divorce papers are
        2005, this must be indicated on your registration form (see also General            submi�ed.
        Rule G3(4)). Wri�en permission for such concurrent registration must
        be obtained from the Registrar of the other university and it must           When you apply to the Registrar of your previous university and/or
        be submi�ed together with your application for registration at this          to the education department and/or teacher’s college concerned for
        University. Note that your registration at this University can be for        the documents under (a), (b) and (c) above, you should mention that
        non-degree purposes (NDP) only.                                              they are required for purposes of registration at the University of South
(iii)   The documents submi�ed will be retained by the University and will           Africa. You should also quote your Unisa student number (if known).
        NOT be returned to you.
                                                                                                                              3. Master’s degrees
        1. Postgraduate certificates and diplomas                                    (a)    If you did not obtain the qualification prescribed for admission
                                                                                            at this University, you must submit an original transcript of
(1)     On first registration for a postgraduate certificate or diploma,                      your complete academic record for the relevant degree, issued
        the following documents must be submi�ed TOGETHER WITH                              by the REGISTRAR of the University concerned. In the case
        your application for registration:                                                  of a completed honours bachelor’s degree, the percentages
        (a)     a certified copy of your qualification at matriculation                       or symbols obtained in each paper must be indicated on the
                level even if you have completed a degree at another                        transcript. Since the Head of the Department may demand your
                university                                                                  entire academic record, you are advised to submit a transcript
                and                                                                         of your academic record for the bachelor’s degree as well (if not
        (b)     evidence in the form of original documents that you                         obtained at Unisa).
                have satisfied any additional requirements listed under               (b)    If your most recent registration was at ANOTHER South African
                “Admission” in the rules for the relevant certificate or                     university and you le� before completing the degree, diploma
                diploma.                                                                    or certificate for which you were enrolled, you must, in addition
        (c)     A married woman will be registered in the name as                           to the original transcript of your complete academic record
                indicated on her certificate for the qualification prescribed                 (excluding studies completed at Unisa), submit an original
                for admission unless a certified copy of her marriage                        certificate of good conduct, issued by the REGISTRAR of the
                certificate or, where applicable, divorce papers are                         university concerned.
                submi�ed.                                                            (c)    If additional admission requirements are prescribed, evidence
(2)     If your most recent registration was at ANOTHER South African                       in the form of original documents that such requirements have
        university, and you le� before completing the qualification for                      been satisfied, must also be submi�ed.
        which you were enrolled, the following documents must be                     (d)    A married woman will be registered in the name as indicated
        submi�ed TOGETHER WITH your application for registration:                           on her certificate for the qualification prescribed for admission
        (a)     an original certificate of good conduct                                      unless a certified copy of her marriage certificate or, where
                and (if you are applying for exemptions)                                    applicable, divorce papers are submi�ed.
        (b)     an original transcript of your complete academic record
                (together with a copy of the syllabi of the study units              When you apply to the Registrar of your previous university for the
                completed).                                                          documents under 3(a), (b) and (c) above, you should mention that they
                                                                                     are required for purposes of registration at the University of South
These original document(s) must be issued by the REGISTRAR of the                    africa. You should also quote your Unisa student number (if known).
educational institution concerned. (If you were previously registered
at more than one institution, you must, where applicable, obtain the
documents under A2(1)(2b) from each of the institutions concerned.)
                                                                                                                              4. Doctor’s degrees
                                                                                     (a)    If you did not obtain the qualification prescribed for admission
When you apply to the Registrar of your previous university/college
                                                                                            at this University, you must submit an original transcript of
for the documents under A2(1)(2a) and, where applicable, A2(1)(2b),
                                                                                            your complete academic record for the relevant degree, issued
you should mention that they are required for purposes of registration
                                                                                            by the REGISTRAR of the university concerned. In the case of a
at the University of South Africa. You should also quote your Unisa
                                                                                            completed master’s degree, the percentage or symbol obtained or
student number (if known).
                                                                                            the standard reached, must be indicated on the transcript. Since
                                                                                            the Head of the Department may demand your entire academic
                           2. Honours bachelor’s degrees                                    record, you are advised to submit a transcript of the academic
                                                                                            record for your bachelor’s degree and honours bachelor’s degree
(a)     If you did not obtain your bachelor’s degree at this University,                    as well (if not obtained at Unisa).
        you must submit an original transcript of your complete                      (b)    If your most recent registration was at ANOTHER South African
        academic record, issued by the REGISTRAR of the university                          university and you le� before completing the degree, diploma
        concerned. The transcript must include all years of registration                    or certificate for which you were enrolled, you must, in addition
        and if you were previously registered at more than one other                        to the original transcript of your complete academic record
        university, you must obtain a transcript of your academic record                    (excluding studies completed at Unisa), submit an original
        from each of the universities concerned.                                            certificate of good conduct, issued by the REGISTRAR of the
(b)     If your most recent registration was at ANOTHER South African                       university concerned.
        university and you le� before completing the degree, diploma

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(c)    A married woman will be registered in the name as indicated                    your degree certificate if you are now registering for a
       on her certificate for the qualification prescribed for admission                 postgraduate qualification such as the Postgraduate Diploma in
       unless a certified copy of her marriage certificate or, where                     Marketing Management.
       applicable, divorce papers are submi�ed.
                                                                                NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
When you apply to the Registrar of your previous university for the             (a)  A woman who gives her married surname here must submit
documents under 4(a) and (b) above, you whould mention that they are                 a copy of her marriage certificate (or divorce papers where
required for purposes of registration at the University of South Africa.             applicable) if her admission document was issued in another
You should also quote your Unisa student number (if known).                          surname.
                                                                                (b)  If your surname and/or first names have been changed officially,
                                                                                     you must submit original evidence thereof, issued by the
                                                                                     relevant government department. Your date of birth (or identity
  A3       Instructions for completing the registration                              number) and your previous surname and first names, as well
                                                                                     as your present surname and first names must all appear on
                                     forms for 2005                                  this document. (Affidavits, birth certificates, passports and/or
                                                                                     identity documents are NOT acceptable for this purpose.)
       NB                                                                       (c)  The University accepts as correct only the spelling and sequence
      The registration form First registration at Unisa 2005 must be                of your surname and first names as they appear on your admission
       completed by all students who wish to register at Unisa for the first          document. See (a) and (b) above for the two exceptions that can
       time for an undergraduate qualification.                                       be made.
      The reregistration form Reregistration 2005 must be completed by
       all students who wish to reregister for an undergraduate qualification.   Initials
       These qualifications include the Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing        Your initials and the sequence thereof must correspond with your first
       Management or for non-degree purposes (NDP).                             names in Question 3. (Names that are hyphenated are regarded as only
      On REREGISTRATION a computer-printed form must be used by all            one name.)
       students who were registered at this University IN or AFTER 1983.
                                                                                Title
                                                                                For various reasons, only the following titles may be used here:
       ALL details printed by the computer must be checked carefully,
                                                                                Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms, Dr, Prof, Rev, Pastor, Br, Fr, Sr.
       especially the answers which were supplied to the following questions
       and which can change from year to year:
                                                                                Question 3: First names
              Question 1 – The qualification for which you wish to register     Question 2: First names (postgraduate registration form)
              Question 10 – Telephone numbers (and dialling codes)
              Question 12 – Postal address                                     Only the spelling and sequence of your first names as they appear on
              Question 13 – Examination centre                                 your admission document are accepted as correct. See under Question
                                                                                2 above.
       If any computer-printed information is incorrect, it must be DELETED
       and the correct information must then be supplied preferably in red or   Question 4: Maiden name and/or previous surname(s)
       black ink in the same block.                                             Question 3: Maiden name and/or previous surname(s) (postgraduate
                                                                                registration form)

Forms which were issued prior to October 2004 are NO longer valid
for registration.                                                               This question must be answered only by the following:
                                                                                (a)    A married and/or divorced woman (see under Question 2(a)
If you have received a form through the post and wish to submit your                   above);
application for registration in person at the University in Pretoria                   or
(the Registration Halls in the Cas van Vuuren Building) or one of the           (b)    A student (male or female) whose surname has been changed
                                                                                       officially (see under Question 2(b)).
Provincial centres or Regional offices, you are requested to complete
both sides of the form, as far as possible, in advance. In this way you
                                                                                Question 9: Physical disabilities
can save much time.
                                                                                Question 8: Physical disabilities (postgraduate registration form)
Note that reregistration forms and Calendars for 2006 will be posted
                                                                                Do you have any serious physical disabilities which could affect your
automatically in October/November 2005 to students who were
                                                                                studies? Indicate your answer with a  the appropriate block.
registered in 2005.
                                                                                If your answer to Question 9 is ‘Yes’ then select from the following list
                                                                                the appropriate code which best describes your disability and fill in this
Forms are posted to other prospective students as from November on
                                                                                code in the space provided.
request, and are available in English or Afrikaans.
                                                                                Code Disability
STUDENTS MUST BEGIN AT QUESTION 1 AND COMPLETE BOTH
SIDES OF THE FORM IN BLOCK LETTERS. Most of the questions are                   02   Visually impaired: blind
self-explanatory, but the following sections explain and emphasize              03   Visually impaired: not blind. Find it difficult to read printed
important points in connection with particulars required on the                      text. CANNOT study through reading. Need help, eg audio
registration form.                                                                   casse�es, enlarged print, computer discs for computers with
                                                                                     voice synthesizers
Question 2: Surname, initials and title                                         04   Visually impaired: not blind. CAN study through reading. Do not
Question 1: Surname, initials and title (postgraduate registration form)             need study material on audio casse�e
                                                                                05   Hearing disability: study material on audio casse�e should be
Surname                                                                              transcribed
Your surname must be given here as it appears on the certificate                 06   Deaf
required for admission to studies for your proposed degree or diploma,          07   Dyslexia and other similar learning disabilities
for example,                                                                    08   Communication and speech problems, eg stu�ering
      your certificate which satisfies the admission requirement for             09   Cerebral palsied
       degree studies as set out in G13(1)(a)–(e) in Section 1 of the           10   Paraplegic
       College Calendar if you are now registering for an undergraduate         11   Quadriplegic
       qualification such as BA, BCom, BSc or BTh. See also under                12   Epilepsy
       Admission in the rules for your proposed qualification in the             13   Muscular/skeletal/joint/limb deficiencies/diseases, e g polio,
       respective College Calendar; or                                               muscular dystrophy
                                                                                14   Other neurological diseases, eg Multiple sclerosis


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Code   Disability                                                              Code   Country
15     Cardio-vascular diseases, eg heart diseases, blood pressure             1007   Algeria
16     Kidney and blood deficiencies                                            1015   RSA
17     Stroke/Brain disorders                                                  1112   Ivory Coast
18     Mental health problems/Mental disorders/Phobia/Chemical                 1120   Namibia
       imbalance                                                               1139   Botswana
19     Diabetes                                                                1147   Lesotho
20     Serious chronic diseases                                                1155   Swaziland
21     Multiple disabilities                                                   1163   Zambia
22     Disabilities not mentioned                                              1171   Zimbabwe
                                                                               118X   Malawi
A physically handicapped student who is unable to write his/her                1198   Mauritius
examinations at an approved examination centre, must annually apply            1201   Mozambique
to the Registrar (Academic) in writing BEFORE 1 March for the May              121X   Kenya
semester examination and 30 August for the October examination for             1228   Zaire
permission to write at a special centre, and submit a medical certificate       1236   Tanzania
specifying the nature of his/her handicap. Such students are normally          1244   Madagascar
required to pay the commissioner’s fees.                                       1252   Seychelles
                                                                               1260   Reunion
Note that all BLIND students must, in each year of registration, complete      1279   Angola
a questionnaire which will be supplied to them on registration.                1287   Uganda
                                                                               1295   Burundi
The ARCSID (Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with                     1317   Comores
Disabilities) was established through the Office of the Dean of Students. It     1341   Congo
is intended to enhance self representation, advice, support and to ensure      135X   Gabon
coordination and coherence of all services for students with disabilities      1384   Liberia
at Unisa. ARCSID assists in organising and supervising their study             1392   Rwanda
groups, but also helps to coordinate their university or office visits, group    1406   Benin
discussions and tutorials. To help make access and equity a reality, Braille   1414   Burkina Faso
material is produced at the Centre for any visually impaired students.         1422   Cameroon
To allow full participation of people with disabilities in ma�ers that         1430   Cape Verde
affect them, Sign Language Interpretation is also provided. Advocacy by         1449   Central African Republic
students and staff is provided to help challenge misconceptions, a�itudes       1457   Chad
and barriers that hamper opportunity for equal opportunity and seem            1465   Djibouti
to perpetuate exclusion of students with disabilities. Among other many        1473   Egypt
services, ARCSID creates partnerships with communities, government             1481   Equatorial Guinea
departments and organisations that have infused a culture of human             149X   Eritrea
rights for students and persons with disabilities in South Africa. The         1503   Ethiopia
ARCSID telephone number is (012) 429-6924. It is located on the third          1511   Sudan
level of the Sameul Pauw Building, Room 15. For more information               152X   Togo
contact the Office of the Dean of Students at telephone: (012) 429-2552,         1538   Sierra Leone
fax: (012) 429-6482, e-mail: ramas@unisa.ac.za.                                1546   Tunisia
                                                                               1562   Western Sahara
Question 12(a): Postal address                                                 1600   Gambia
Question 11(a): Postal address (postgraduate registration form)                1708   Ghana
                                                                               1805   Guinea
This is the address to which the correspondence is normally posted.            1902   Guinea-Bissau
Changes to this address MUST be made under 12(a).                              1929   Libya
                                                                               1937   Mali
Students who, a�er registration, change their postal address to a foreign      1945   Mauritania
address or examination centre to a foreign examination centre will be          1953   Morocco
liable to immediately pay the foreign levy as specified in Section E.           1961   Niger
                                                                               197X   Nigeria
Question 12(b): Physical address and contact telephone number                  1988   Senegal
Question 11(b): Physical address and contact telephone number                  2003   Cuba
(postgraduate registration form)                                               2011   Argentina
                                                                               202X   Brazil
This is the address to which study material could possibly be hand             2038   Bolivia
delivered (courier service). A contact telephone number during normal          2046   Chile
business hours must be given. This telephone number may be given to            2054   Colombia
a courier service if necessary. Changes to this address MUST be made           2062   Dominica
under 12(b).                                                                   2070   Dominican Republic
                                                                               2089   Ecuador
Question 13: Examination centre                                                2119   Anguilla
Question 14: Examination centre (postgraduate registration form)               2127   Antigua and Barbuda
                                                                               2135   Aruba
Choose the centre where you wish to write the examination(s) at the            2143   Bahamas
end of the academic period from the lists in the Examination Brochure.         2151   Barbados
The CODE of the centre must then be wri�en in the appropriate block            216X   Belize
opposite Question 13.                                                          2178   Bermuda
                                                                               2186   Cayman Islands
Question 15 (first registration form): Nationality                              2194   Costa Rica
Question 18 (postgraduate registration form): Nationality                      2208   USA
                                                                               2216   Canada
Select your country of nationality from the undermentioned list and            2232   Guyana
enter the corresponding code on your registration form.                        2240   El Salvador
                                                                               2259   Greenland

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Code   Country                    Code   Country
2267   Grenada                    4065   Italy
2275   Guadelope                  4073   Netherlands
2283   Guatemala                  4081   Portugal
2291   Haiti                      409X   Spain
2305   French Guiana              4103   Switzerland
2402   Honduras                   4111   United Kingdom
250X   Jamaica                    412X   Germany
2518   Martinique                 4138   Cyprus
2526   Mexico                     4146   Andorra
2534   Montserrat                 4154   Belarus
2542   Netherlands Antilles       4162   Bosnia
2550   Nicaragua                  4170   Bulgaria
2569   Panama                     4189   Croatia
2577   Paraguay                   4200   San Marino
2585   Peru                       4219   Slovakia
2593   Puerto Rico                4227   Czech Republic
2607   Saint Lucia                4235   Denmark
2704   Saint Vincent              4243   Estonia
2801   St Ki�s and Nevis          4251   Faroe Islands
2909   Suriname                   426X   Finland
2917   Trinidad and Tobago        4286   Gibraltar
2925   Turks and Caicos           4294   Guernsey
2933   Uruguay                    4340   Vatican City
2941   Venezuela                  4359   Yugoslavia
295X   Virgin Islands (British)   4405   Hungary
2968   Virgin Islands (U. S.)     4448   Turkey
3018   Israel                     4456   Ukraine
3026   Armenia                    4502   Iceland
3034   Azerbaijan                  4529   Jersey
3042   Bahrain                    4537   Latvia
3050   Georgia                    4545   Liechtenstein
3077   India                      4553   Lithuania
3085   Indonesia                  4561   Luxemborg
3107   Hong Kong                  457X   Macedonia
3123   Taiwan                     4588   Malta
3131   Japan                      4596   Moldova
314X   Malaysia                   460X   Monaco
3158   Bangladesh                 4707   Norway
3166   Brunei                     4804   Poland
3174   Cambodia                   4901   Romania
3182   China                      4995   Slovenia
3204   Iran                       5010   Australia
3212   Iraq                       5029   New Zealand
3220   Kazakhstan                 5053   Cook Islands
3239   Jordan                     5061   Fiji
3247   Kuwait                     507X   French Polynesia
3255   Kyrgyzstan                 5088   Guam
3263   Laos                       5096   Kiribati
3271   Lebanon                    510X   Mariana Islands
328X   Macau                      5118   Marshall Islands
3301   Maldives                   5126   Micronesia
3409   Mongolia                   5134   Nauru
3506   Nepal                      5142   New Caledonia
3514   Oman                       5150   Norfolk Island
3522   Pakistan                   5169   Palau
3530   Philippines                5177   Papua New Guinea
3549   Qatar                      5185   Solomon Islands
3557   Russia                     5193   Tongo
3565   Saudi Arabia               5207   Tuvalu
3573   Singapore                  5215   Vanuatu
3581   South Korea                5223   Wallis and Futuna
359X   Sri Lanka                  5231   Western Samoa
3603   Syria                      9997   No Information
3611   Tajikistan
362X   Thailand                   Question 16 (first registration form): Population Group
3638   Turkmenistan               Question 20 (postgraduate registration form): Population Group
3646   United Arab Emirates
3654   Uzbekistan                 Select your population group from the undermentioned list and enter
3662   Vietnam                    the corresponding code on your registration form.
3670   Yemen
4006   Albania                    Code        Population group
4014   Austria                    1007        White
4022   Belgium                    2003        Coloured
4030   France                     300X        Black Unclassified
4049   Greece                     3018        South Sotho
4057   Ireland                    3026        North Sotho

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Code        Population group                                        Question 18 (first registration form): Economic sector
3034        Tsonga/Shangaan                                         Question 15 (reregistration form): Economic sector
3042        Tswana                                                  Question 24 (postgraduate registration form): Economic sector
3050        Venda
3069        Xhosa (Ciskei)                                          Under which economic sector can the activities of your employer be
3077        Xhosa (Transkei)                                        classified, or what is the nature of his/her or your business? See the
3085        Zulu                                                    list below and give your answer in the appropriate block, even if you
3093        Ndebele                                                 yourself are not economically active.
3107        Swazi
4006        Asian                                                   Code          Economic Sector
5002        Chinese                                                 01007         Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
                                                                    08001         Business and Repair Services
Question 17 (first registration form): Occupation                    0300X         Construction
Question 14 (reregistration form): Occupation                       11215         Education – Primary or Preprimary
Question 22 (postgraduate registration form): Occupation            11223         Education – Secondary
                                                                    11231         Education – Tertiary
Select your occupation from the undermentioned list and enter the   10006         Entertainment and Recreational Services
corresponding code on your registration form.                       07005         Finance, Insurance and Real Estate
                                                                    1110X         Hospital and Health Services
Code        Occupation                                              04006         Manufacturing
01015       Accountant/Auditor                                      02003         Mining
                                                                    01236         Other Technicians
01023       Architect/Quantity Surveyor
                                                                    09008         Personal Services, including hotel and household services
01031       Computer Specialist
                                                                    11401         Professional and related services NOT listed elsewhere
0104X       Engineer
                                                                    11509         Public Administration – Public Service, Provincial
01058       Farm Management Advisor
                                                                                  Administration, City Councils, Municipalities, etc
01066       Forestor/Conservationist
                                                                    05002         Transportation, Communication and other Public Utilities
01074       Home Management Advisor
                                                                    11304         Welfare and non-profit membership organizations
01082       Jurist                                                  06009         Wholesale and Retail Trade
01090       Librarian/Archivist                                     11606         NOT APPLICABLE (any sector not mentioned above, eg
01104       Mathematician                                                         housewives, pensioners, unemployed, etc)
01112       Life/Physical Scientist
01120       Ops Research/Systems Analyst                            Question 20 (first registration form): Concurrent registration
01139       Personnel Officer                                         Question 17 (reregistration form): Concurrent registration
01147       Medical Doctor/Dentist, etc.                            Question 27 (postgraduate registration form): Concurrent registration
01155       Nurses, Dieticians etc.
01163       Health Technologist/Tech.                               You may NOT, without special permission, be registered simultaneously
01171       Religious Worker                                        at two universities in the Republic of South Africa.
0118X       Social Scientist
01198       Social/Recreation Worker                                If you have already registered, or intend to register, concurrently
01201       Lecturer/Professor                                      at another South African University for 2005, you must supply the
0121X       Teacher (Primary/Secondary)                             following particulars in the appropriate blocks and take note of what
01228       Engineering/Science Tech.                               else you must do as set out under IMPORTANT below:
01236       Technician (Other)                                      (i)    the name of the other university at which you have already
01244       Vocational Counsellor                                          registered for 2005, or at which you intend to register for 2005.
01252       Writer/Artist/Musician                                  (ii)   the name of the degree/diploma for which you are or wish to be
01260       Research Worker not class.                                     registered there.
01279       Technical Worker (Other)
02003       Manager/Administrator                                   Note that, if approved, your registration at this University can be for
0300X       Sales Worker                                            non-degree purposes (NDP) only.
04006       Clerical or Related Worker
05002       Cra�sman or Related Worker                              IMPORTANT
06009       Operator (Except Transport)
07005       Operative (Transport)                                   Concurrent registration at two different universities in the RSA is subject
08001       Labourer (Except Farm)                                  to strict controls. If you have already registered or intend to register at
                                                                    another SOUTH AFRICAN university for 2005, this must be indicated
09008       Farmer/Farm Manager
                                                                    on your registration form.
10006       Farm Labourer/Farm Foreman
11010       Prison Service Worker
                                                                    Wri�en permission for concurrent registration must be obtained at
11029       Fireman
                                                                    both universities and, where possible, the le�er of permission from the
11037       Police Officer/Detective
                                                                    Registrar of the other university must be submi�ed together with your
11045       Citizen Force Member                                    application for registration at this University.
11053       Permanent Force Member
11061       National Service Trainee                                Question 24 (first registration form): Application for exemptions and/
1107X       Protection Service (Other)                              or the transfer of study units
11088       Service Worker (Other)                                  Question 21 (reregistration form): Application for exemptions and/or
12009       Housewife                                               the transfer of study units
13013       Full-time Student at Unisa
13021       Full-time Student (Elsewhere)                           You must answer this question with a Ö opposite YES or NO as the
14001       Occupation not classified                                case may be.
15008       Unemployed
16004       Retired                                                 (a)     Exemptions
17000       Occupation Unknown
                                                                    If you wish to apply for exemption from one or more study units by
                                                                    virtue of corresponding study units passed by you for one or more of
                                                                    the undermentioned qualifications, you must do so on the application
                                                                    form for exemption/transfer on the last page of this brochure and
                                                                    submit the form and the original academic record from your previous
                                                                    institution together with your completed registration form:

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       a completed or uncompleted degree or diploma at another                    IMPORTANT
        university
       a completed degree or diploma at this University. (See (b) below           If you qualify only for conditional exemption on grounds of age (+ 23),
        in connection with uncompleted qualifications.)                             you may enrol for ONLY TWO MODULES in your FIRST YEAR of
       a completed three- or four-year teacher’s diploma                          registration at this University, unless you were previously registered at
       a completed three- or four-year diploma in theology                        another university and passed at least one course or two modules. See
       a completed three- or four-year diploma at a technikon.                    Number of study units per year and readmission to studies in Section D3 for
                                                                                   further details.
Your complete proposed curriculum for the relevant qualification must
                                                                                   If you hold an exemption certificate (with the exception of conditional
also be indicated on the form.
                                                                                   exemption on grounds of age (+ 23)), but with LESS than THREE subjects
                                                                                   in which you obtained at least 50% (D symbol) at matriculation level,
Your application can be considered only on receipt of the necessary
                                                                                   you may enrol for ONLY FOUR MODULES in your FIRST YEAR of
documentary evidence, and even then it will not necessarily be
                                                                                   registration at this University, unless you were previously registered at
granted.
                                                                                   another university and passed at least one course or two modules. See
                                                                                   Number of study units per year and readmission to studies in Section D3.
        NB
If you wish to register for study units on second or third level in a particular
                                                                                   NOTE that students who qualify for full exemption by virtue of having
subject and at the same time apply for exemption from the preceding level,
                                                                                   completed a three- or four-year diploma are NOT restricted.
you will NOT be registered for the succeeding level without the necessary
documentary evidence.
                                                                                   Question 33 (postgraduate registration form) : Degree/Diploma/Certificate/
                                                                                   NDP
                                                                                   The abbreviation for the degree, certificate or diploma for which you
(b)     Transfers
                                                                                   now wish to be registered (e.g. Hons BA or MCom) must be wri�en in
                                                                                   this block.
If you have passed one or more study units for another uncompleted
qualification at this University and one or more of them can be used as
                                                                                   If you are now registering for an honours, master’s or doctor’s degree,
credits for the degree or diploma in Question 1, you can apply for the
                                                                                   see also Question 33 below.
transfer of such credits on the application form for exemption/transfer
on the last page of this brochure and submit the form together with
                                                                                   Question 27 (first registration form): Qualification code
your completed registration form.
                                                                                   Question 23 (reregistration form): Qualification code
                                                                                   Question 33(a) (postgraduate registration form): Qualification code
Question 25: Highest school leaving qualification (first registration
form)
                                                                                   The qualification codes for postgraduate qualifications will be found
                                                                                   further on in this brochure.
       NB
Question 25 is only for students who wish to enrol for an UNDERGRADUATE
                                                                                   If you are now registering for a paper/module/course for non-degree
qualification.
                                                                                   purposes (NDP) only, the code is 0001–9. See ‘Concurrent registration
                                                                                   for postgraduate studies and a course/paper/module(s) for non-degree
For this purpose all degrees and diplomas, EXCEPT those listed below, are
                                                                                   purposes’ in Part 1 of the Calendar in connection with registrations for
regarded as ‘Undergraduate’. The following are regarded as ‘Postgraduate’:
                                                                                   NDP.
       Honours, Master’s and Doctor’s degrees
       Diploma in Translation
                                                                                   Question 27 (first registration form): Qualification code
       Higher Education Diploma (Postgraduate or Postgraduate Preprimary)
                                                                                   Question 23 (reregistration form): Qualification code
       Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management
                                                                                   Question 33(b) (postgraduate registration form): Specialisation code
       Postgraduate Diploma in Tertiary Education
       Postgraduate Diploma in Telecommunications and Information Policy
                                                                                   If you choose a specialisation area for the LLM degree (curriculum B),
       Postgraduate Diploma in Distance Education
                                                                                   the Hons BCom degree in Business Management, the MSc degree in
       Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Education Management)
                                                                                   MST Education or the PhD degree in MST Education, you also have to
       Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management
                                                                                   fill in the specialisation code (see the Section just before Section B).
       Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing Science
       Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
                                                                                   Question 34: Subject in the case of an honours, master’s or doctor’s
       Postgraduate Diploma in Auditing
                                                                                   degree (postgraduate registration form)
Registration for non-degree purposes (NDP) is regarded as ‘Undergraduate’.
                                                                                   If you named one of the above-mentioned degrees under Question 33,
                                                                                   the subject in which the degree is to be taken, must be indicated here,
                                                                                   if applicable.
NOTE that a senior or school leaving certificate does NOT necessarily
satisfy the requirements for admission to degree studies.
                                                                                   Example: If you now wish to register for the Honours BA degree in
                                                                                   Psychology, you should answer Questions 33 and 34 as follows:
(i)     There are three possibilities and you must indicate the correct
                                                                                         Question 33 : Hons BA
        one with a  in the appropriate block. If you have a senior or
                                                                                         Question 33(a): 0433-2
        school leaving certificate without a matriculation exemption,
                                                                                         Question 34 : Psychology
        matriculation or university admission endorsement and you
        wish to register for a degree, you must first make sure that you
                                                                                   Question 28 (first registration form): Major subjects
        qualify for either full or conditional exemption and then put a 
                                                                                   Question 24 (reregistration form): Major subjects
        in the appropriate block.
                                                                                   Your major subjects MUST be indicated here.
        A certified copy of your qualification at matriculation level or
        your official statement of results must be submi�ed together
                                                                                   The ten modules which you intend to take on third level (or fourth
        with your first application for registration.
                                                                                   level for a four-year qualification) must be stated. Note that your choice
(ii)    The year in which you wrote the Gr 12 (Std 10) examination and
                                                                                   can be changed on future registration. For all qualifications you must
        the name of the Education Department (eg DET or Gauteng)
                                                                                   state the ten modules on the highest level which you will include in
        under which you wrote it must be indicated here.
                                                                                   your curriculum.
(iii)   All the subjects you wrote at Gr 12 (Std 10) level, the grade and
        aggregate symbol obtained by you must, where applicable, be
        indicated here (eg English (HG) D).


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Question 30 (first registration form): Study units for which you wish            Course code          Exam period                  Language
to be registered for 2005                                                                                                         (Eng or Afr)
Question 27 (reregistration form): Study units for which you wish to            ACN101-M                    1                         Eng
be registered in 2005                                                           ACN102-N                    2                         Eng
Question 35 (postgraduate registration form): Study units for which             PHY201-9                                              Eng
you wish to be registered for 2005
                                                                                Students who wish to register for one or more study units at this
This question must be answered in full by all students except those             University with a view to having them recognized as part of a degree at
registering for a Master’s or Doctor’s degree, the curriculum of which          another university at a later date must register for non-degree purposes
comprises a dissertation only.                                                  (NDP) and are advised, where possible, to consult the relevant
                                                                                university in this connection in advance.
Study units to be taken in 2006 or later must NOT be indicated here.
                                                                                IMPORTANT
The following particulars must be given for each of the study units for
which you wish to register and pay:                                                   See Number of study units per year and readmission to studies
                                                                                       in Section D3 for possible restrictions on the number of study
(i)     The study unit code                                                            units for which you may enrol.
                                                                                      Your study units for each year must be selected in such a way
        NB                                                                             that the examination dates do not clash – see the examination
       If you wish to register for study units on second or third level in a          timetable in Section B2 if you are now registering for an
        particular subject and at the same time apply for exemption from the           undergraduate qualification or the Postgraduate Diploma
        preceding level, you will NOT be registered for the succeeding level           in Marketing Management. This does not apply to other
        without the necessary documentary evidence.                                    postgraduate studies.
       Students registering for MAT011 are referred to Part 7 of the                 Undergraduate students may NOT register simultaneously for
        Calendar.                                                                      study units on different levels in the same subject unless the
                                                                                       prerequisites have been met.
The codes for the various study units will be found in the subject                    You must compile your curriculum in accordance with the rules
chapter in Part 2 of the Calendar as well as in the rules for the relevant             for your proposed degree or diploma.
degrees or diplomas.                                                                  If you have problems in selecting study units, or doubts as to
                                                                                       the interpretation of the rules, you should immediately write to
Codes for the individual papers of a course or half course must NOT be                 the Registrar (Academic) or, if possible, contact the staff of the
used here, unless they are taken for non-degree purposes (NDP) only.                   Department of Student Administration or one of the Provincial
                                                                                       centres or Regional offices personally or by telephone.
In all other cases only the code for the relevant course or module must
be used here. See Part 2 of the Calendar for definitions of the various          (iv)   Study unit (only for postgraduate students)
study units. Please do not confuse ‘papers’ with ‘modules’.
                                                                                The name of each paper, course, half-course or module for which
(ii)    Semester                                                                you now wish to register must be wri�en in the appropriate column,
                                                                                opposite the code for that study unit.
This column is applicable only to registration for semester modules.
First read Section F3 relating to semester modules and registration             APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTIONS AND/OR THE TRANSFER OF
before completing this column. See the subject chapter in Part 2 of the         CREDITS
Calendar to determine in which semester the relevant module is being
offered.                                                                         (a)    Exemptions
      This column must be le� blank if you are registering for a year
       module or a course.                                                      If you wish to apply for exemption from one or more study units by
      Fill in ‘1’ if you wish to write your examination in May/June.           virtue of corresponding study units passed by you for an uncompleted
      Fill in ‘2’ if you wish to write your examination in October/            equivalent qualification (or a completed qualification in the case of
       November.                                                                Certificates/Diplomas in Education), you must do so in an accompanying
                                                                                le�er.
If a module is offered ONLY in the first semester (S1) you must fill in ‘1’.
If it is offered ONLY in the second semester (S2) you must fill in ‘2’.           Your application can be considered only on receipt of the necessary
                                                                                documentary evidence, and even then it will not necessarily be
It is only where a module is offered in BOTH semesters ((S1) and (S2))           granted.
that you may elect to write your examinations in either May/June (1)
or October/November (2). THIS CHOICE MUST BE DONE AT THE                        (b)    Transfers
TIME OF REGISTRATION AND MAY NOT BE AMENDED AT A
LATER DATE.                                                                     If you have passed one or more study units for another uncompleted
                                                                                qualification at this University and one or more of them can be used
(iii)   Language medium                                                         as credits for the degree, certificate or diploma, you can apply for the
                                                                                transfer of such credits in an accompanying le�er.
The language (English or Afrikaans) in which you prefer to receive
your tutorial le�ers and study guides for a particular study unit must          Question 31 (first registration form): Particulars of payment
be indicated with ‘Eng’ (for English) or ‘Afr’ (for Afrikaans) in the           Question 28 (reregistration form): Particulars of payment
appropriate column.                                                             Question 38 (postgraduate registration form): Particulars of payment

Note that study units in the subjects Afrikaans and English are offered          FIRST MAKE A CAREFUL STUDY OF SECTION E BEFORE GIVING THE
only through the medium of the language concerned.                              PARTICULARS ASKED FOR.

EXAMPLES                                                                        To avoid delay, and even refusal, of your application for registration,
                                                                                you must make sure that you have correctly calculated the relevant fees
Course code           Exam period                   Language                    and that they are submi�ed together with your completed application
                                                    (Eng or Afr)                form, where possible.
AFK101-Q                     1                          Afr
MAT111-N                                                Eng                     If you are paying by credit card (only ‘Visa’ or ‘Mastercard’ is accepted),
CHE111-Q                                                Eng                     make sure that all the particulars given by you are correct. Note that


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the CV number must also be filled in. The CV number is the last three               Code    University
digits which appear a�er your credit card number on the reverse side               118-X   Medunsa
of your credit card. The cardholder’s signature is also required on the            123-6   Namibia
registration form. A photostat copy of BOTH sides of the credit card               108-2   Natal – UND or UNP
must be submi�ed together with your application for registration.                  116-3   North (Sovenga) – UNIN
                                                                                   120-1   North-West
Foreign students who are paying by credit cards other than their own               105-8   Orange Free State – UOFS
must supply the following additional information in an accompanying                111-2   Port Elizabeth – UPE
le�er:                                                                             102-3   Potchefstroom – PU for CHE
(1)    The name and surname of the cardholder in full (if the holder is            112-0   RAU
       a married woman, her maiden name must also be supplied)                     106-6   Rhodes
(2)    The ID/passport number of the cardholder                                    109-0   South Africa – UNISA
(3)    The address of the cardholder (as submi�ed to the bank as                   103-1   Stellenbosch
       reference)                                                                  121-X   Transkei – UNITRA
(4)    e-mail address of the student (if available).                               122-8   Venda – UNIVEN
                                                                                   119-8   Vista
NOTE that foreign students who pay by credit card may not use the budget           115-5   Western Cape – UWC
facility to pay fees.                                                              104-X   Witwatersrand
                                                                                   117-1   Zululand – UNIZUL
The registration form must be signed by the card holder (Q31(c) or                 110-4   UNIVERSITIES NOT LISTED ABOVE
Q28(c) or Q38).
                                                                                   Code    Teachers’ College
Question 40: Cession of copyright                                                  201-1   Amanzimtoti
                                                                                   202-X   Appelbosch
Self-explanatory on form and only applicable to persons registering for            203-8   Athlone
a master’s or doctor’s degree. (See Rules PG 18 and PG 23(4) in Part 1 of          238-0   Barkly House
the Calendar.) If exemption of cession is desired (which is granted only           204-6   Bechet
in exceptional circumstances), a le�er substantiating the request must             205-4   Bellville
be a�ached to the registration form.                                               206-2   Bloemfontein
                                                                                   207-0   Bonamelo
Question 32 (first registration form): Declaration and undertaking                  208-9   Cape
Question 30 (reregistration form): Declaration and undertaking                     209-7   Cape Town
Question 41 (postgraduate registration form): Declaration and                      210-0   Denneoord
undertaking                                                                        211-9   Dower
                                                                                   212-7   Dr. C.N. Phatudi
Students who are under the age of 21 years MUST have their parent/                 213-5   Durban
quardian complete and sign the “Consent form” (in the middle of                    214-3   East Rand
this brochure) and submit this completed form together with their                  215-1   Edgewood
registration form.                                                                 267-4   Elijah Mango
                                                                                   216-X   Eshowe
       NB                                                                          217-8   Goudstad
Your completed application form together with the prescribed fees, levies (where   218-6   Graaff-Reine�
applicable) and documents must be received by the University on or before          219-4   Hewat
the appropriate closing date for registration – see under IMPORTANT on             220-8   Hoxane
page 1 and Payment of fees in Section E1 for the relevant information.             221-6   Indumiso
                                                                                   222-4   Johannesburg (JCE)
                                                                                   223-2   Johannesburg (Nursery School Teachers)
                                                                                   233-X   KwaNdebele
                       Codes used on registration form                             224-0   Kwena Moloto
                                                                                   225-9   Madadeni
                                                  (1) Home language                227-5   Mgwenya
                                                                                   226-7   Mmamokgalake Chuene
                                                                                   228-3   Modjadji
Code    Home language                 Code    Home language                        229-1   Mokopane
A       Afrikaans                     SH      Shona                                230-5   Mphohadi
B       Afrikaans/English             SS      Southern Sotho                       231-3   Mpumalanga
E       English                       SP      Spanish                              Code    Teachers’ College
F       French                        SW      Swati                                232-1   Natal (Pietermaritzburg)
D       German                        TS      Tsonga/Shangaan                      234-8   Ntunzuma
GR      Greek                         TW      Tswana                               235-6   Oudtshoorn
HE      Hebrew                        VE      Venda                                236-4   Paarl
IT      Italian                       XH      Xhosa                                237-2   Perseverance
NB      Ndebele                       ZU      Zulu                                 239-9   Port Elizabeth
ND      Ndonga                        OA      Other African languages              240-2   Potchefstroom
NS      Northern Sotho                OF      Other foreign languages              241-0   Pretoria (PCE)
PO      Portuguese                                                                 243-7   Pretoria (CEFT)
                                                                                   242-9   Pretoria (NKP)
                                                                                   244-5   Rand
                                        (2) Educational institutions               245-3   Roggebaai
                                                                                   266-6   Sallie Davies
Code    University
                                                                                   246-1   Sebokeng
123-6   Academy (Windhoek)
                                                                                   247-X   Sefikeng
101-5   Pretoria – UP
                                                                                   248-8   Sekhukune
107-4   Cape Town – UCT
                                                                                   249-6   Setotolwane
113-9   Durban-Westville – UDW
                                                                                   265-8   Sohnge
114-7   Fort Hare
                                                                                   250-X   Soweto
                                                                                   251-8   Springfield

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Code    Teachers’ College                                          Code     Theological Colleges and other institutions
252-6   St Francis (Langa)                                         616-5    Lutheran Theological College (Mapumulo)
253-4   Suid-Kaapland                                              617-3    Marang Lutheran Theological College (Tlhabane)
254-2   Tivumbeni                                                  606-8    Melmoth Theological School
255-0   Transvaal (Laudium)                                        618-1    Moravian Theological Centre (Gatesville)
262-3   Transvaal (Soshanguve)                                     619-X    Paulinum Lutheran Theological Seminary (Karibib)
256-9   Tshiya                                                     621-1    R.R. Wright School of Religion (Residensia)
257-7   Uitenhage                                                  622-X    Rosebank Bible College
258-5   Umbumbulu                                                  623-8    St. Bede’s College (Umtata)
259-3   Umlazi                                                     624-6    St. Paul’s College (Grahamstown)
260-7   Wellington                                                 607-6    Sto�erg NGK-Teologiese Skool (Witsieshoek)
261-5   Wesley                                                     625-4    Theological Education by Extension College (Johannesburg)
264-X   Zonnebloem                                                 620-3    COLLEGES/INSTITUTIONS NOT LISTED ABOVE
263-1   TEACHER’S COLLEGES NOT LISTED ABOVE

Code    Technikon
                                                                                       (3) Proposed postgraduate qualification
301-8   Cape
                                                                   Code Non-degree purposes (NDP)
303-4   Mangosuthu
                                                                   0001-9 NDP
304-2   ML Sultan
305-0   Natal
                                                                   Code      Certificates/Diplomas
313-1   N. Transvaal (Soshanguve)
                                                                   0313-1    Diploma in Translation
306-9   OFS
                                                                   0379-4    Advanced Certificate in Education – Accounting Education
307-7   Peninsula
                                                                   0380-8    Advanced Certificate in Education – Biology Education
Code    Technikon
                                                                   0382-4    Advanced Certificate in Education – Educational Leadership
308-5   Port Elizabeth
                                                                   0383-2    Advanced Certificate in Education – English
309-3   Pretoria
                                                                   0384-0    Advanced Certificate in Education – Environmental
310-7   RSA
                                                                             Education
311-5   Vaal Triangle
                                                                   0385-9    Advanced Certificate in Education – Guidance
312-3   Witwatersrand
                                                                   0386-7    Advanced Certificate in Education – Mathematics Education
314-X   TECHNIKONS NOT LISTED ABOVE
                                                                   0387-5    Advanced Certificate in Education – Multicultural Education
                                                                   0388-3    Advanced Certificate in Education – Physical Science
Code    College of Nursing
                                                                             Education
401-4   Ann Latsky
                                                                   0397-2    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
431-6   Bafokeng
                                                                             (Learning Difficulties)
403-0   Baragwanath
                                                                   0389-1    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
402-2   B G Alexander
                                                                             (Education for All)
444-8   Bophuthatswana
                                                                   0390-5    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
405-7   Carinus
                                                                             (Endorsement – Behaviour Problems)
432-4   Charlo�e Searle
                                                                   0391-3    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
406-5   Coronation
                                                                             (Endorsement – Intellectual Disability)
409-X   Edendale
                                                                   0392-1    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
410-3   Frere
                                                                             (Endorsement – Learning Difficulties)
433-2   Ga-Rankuwa
                                                                   0393-X    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
434-0   Gazankulu
                                                                             (Endorsement – Physical Disability)
412-X   Groothoek
                                                                   0394-8    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
413-8   Henrie�a Stockdale
                                                                             (Endorsement – The Deaf)
435-9   Lebone
                                                                   0395-6    Advanced Certificate in Education – Special Needs Education
436-7   Mangaung
                                                                             (Endorsement – Visual Disability)
Code    College of Nursing
                                                                   0396-4    Advanced Certificate in Education – Technology Education
441-3   Natal
                                                                             (General Education and Training Band)
417-0   Natalspruit
                                                                   0302-5    Advanced Certificate in Education – Natural Science
418-9   Nico Malan
                                                                   0301-7    Advanced Certificate in Education – Mathematics (Intermediate
437-5   Ngwelezana
                                                                             and Senior Phase)
421-9   O�o du Plessis
                                                                   0328-X    Advanced Certificate in Education – Travel and Tourism
440-5   OVS
                                                                             Education
443-X   QwaQwa
                                                                   0398-0    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Senior Phase and
442-1   SAMS
                                                                             Further Education and Training)
424-3   Sarleh Dollie
                                                                   0399-9    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Preprimary)
438-3   S G Lourens
                                                                   0327-1    Advanced Certificate in Education (Preprimary)
425-1   Sharley Cribb
                                                                   0378-6    Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing Science
439-1   Venda
                                                                   0565-7    Postgraduate Diploma in Auditing
429-4   Wes-Transvaal
                                                                   0368-9    Postgraduate Diploma in Distance Education
430-8   COLLEGES OF NURSING NOT LISTED ABOVE
                                                                   0326-3    Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Education Management)
                                                                   0524-X    Postgraduate Diploma in Telecommunications and Information
Code    Theological Colleges and other institutions
                                                                             Policy
609-2   AFM Theological College
                                                                   0311-5    Postgraduate Diploma in Tertiary Education – DTE
601-7   ARM Theological College
                                                                             (Postgraduate)
610-6   Baptiste Teologiese Seminarium (Kempton Park)
611-4   Baptist Theological College (Parktown)
                                                                   Code Hons BEd Admission Examination
612-2   Berea College
                                                                   0540-1 Hons BEd (Adm)
613-0   Bible Institute of SA (Kalk Bay)
602-5   Conservatory of Music
                                                                   Code      Hons BEd degree and endorsements
603-3   Federal Theological Seminary (Plessislaer)
                                                                   0531-2    Hons BEd
604-1   Good Hope College
                                                                   0532-0    Hons BEd – with specialisation in Educational Management
614-9   Hammanskraal Theological School of the Reformed Churches
                                                                   0533-9    Hons BEd – with specialisation in Gi�ed Child Education
605-X   Hugenote-kollege (Wellington)
615-7   Lelapa la Jesu Anglican Seminary (Lesotho)

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Code   Hons BEd degree and endorsements                                         Code     Honours Bachelor’s Degrees
0534-7 Hons BEd – with specialisation in Early Childhood Development            0491-X   Hons BAdmin (Public Administration)
0535-5 Hons BEd – with specialisation in Special Needs Education                0509-6   Hons BAdmin (Quantitative Management)
0537-1 Hons BEd – with specialisation in Adult Basic Education and              0494-4   Hons BAdmin (Statistics)
       Training                                                                 0495-2   Hons BAdmin (Transport Economics)
0536-3 Hons BEd (Specialisation in School Guidance and Counselling)             0582-7   Hons BInf
                                                                                0409-X   Hons BCom (Accounting)
Code     Hons BEd degree and endorsements                                       0408-1   Hons BCom (Auditing)
9500-1   Hons BEd – with specialisation in Mathematics Education                0408-1   Hons BCom (Auditing – with specialisation in Internal
9501-X   Hons BEd – with specialisation in Environmental Education                       Auditing) (specialisation code: IAU)
9502-8   Hons BEd – with specialisation in Natural Science Education            0528-2   Hons BCom (Business Informatics)
0319-0   *Endorsement Specialisation in Educational Management                  0520-7   Hons BCom (Business Management)
0322-0   *Endorsement Specialisation in Gi�ed Child Education                   0520-7   Hons BCom (Business Management with specialisation in
0317-4   *Endorsement Specialisation in School Guidance and Counselling                  Financial Management) (specialisation code: FIN)
0530-4   *Endorsement Specialisation in Early Childhood Development             0520-7   Hons BCom (Business Management with specialisation in
0376-X   *Endorsement Specialisation in Special Educational Needs                        General Management) (specialisation code: GEN)
0538-X   *Endorsement Specialisation in Adult Basic Education and               0520-7   Hons BCom (Business Management with specialisation in
         Training                                                                        Human Resource Management) (specialisation code: HRM)
                                                                                0520-7   Hons BCom (Business Management with specialisation in
Code     Honours Bachelor’s Degrees                                                      Marketing Management) (specialisation code: MAR)
0413-8   Hons BA (African Languages)                                            0407-3   Hons BCom (Economics)
0514-2   Hons BA (African Politics)                                             0406-5   Hons BCom (Industrial and Organisational Psychology)
0511-8   Hons BA (Afrikaans)                                                    0586-X   Hons BCom (Logistics)
0508-8   Hons BA (Ancient History)                                              0510-X   Hons BCom (Quantitative Management)
0507-X   Hons BA (Anthropology)                                                 0410-3   Hons BCom (Statistics)
0527-4   Hons BA (Art History)                                                  0486-3   Hons BCom (Transport Economics)
0414-6   Hons BA (Biblical Studies)                                             0464-2   Hons BCompt
0423-5   Hons BA (Communication)                                                0488-X   Hons BDiac (Mission)
0424-3   Hons BA (Criminology)                                                  0498-7   Hons BDiac (Youth Work)
0515-0   Hons BA (Development Studies)                                          0457-X   Hons BSc (Applied Mathematics)
0416-2   Hons BA (Economics)                                                    0456-1   Hons BSc (Astronomy)
0417-0   Hons BA (English)                                                      0447-2   Hons BSc (Chemistry)
0418-9   Hons BA (French)                                                       0454-5   Hons BSc (Computer Science)
0526-6   Hons BA (Gender Studies)                                               0446-4   Hons BSc (Geography)
0411-1   Hons BA (Geography)                                                    0469-3   Hons BSc (Information Systems)
0415-4   Hons BA (German)                                                       0458-8   Hons BSc (Mathematics)
0419-7   Hons BA (History)                                                      0460-X   Hons BSc (Operations Research)
0512-6   Hons BA (Industrial and Organisational Psychology)                     0450-2   Hons BSc (Physics)
0525-8   Hons BA (Information Science)                                          0455-3   Hons BSc (Psychology)
0471-5   Hons BA (International Politics)                                       0459-6   Hons BSc (Statistics)
0421-9   Hons BA (Italian)                                                      0503-7   Hons BTh (Biblical Studies)
0485-5   Hons BA (Judaica)                                                      0529-0   Hons BTh (Christian Spirituality)
0427-8   Hons BA (Linguistics) (Specialisation: General Linguistics)            0474-X   Hons BTh (Church History)
0513-4   Hons BA (Linguistics) (Specialisation: Applied Linguistics)            0539-8   Hons BTh (Comprehensive)
0505-3   Hons BA (Linguistics) (Specialisation: Translation Studies)            0501-0   Hons BTh (Missiology)
0437-5   Hons BA (Mathematics)                                                  0473-1   Hons BTh (New Testament)
0467-7   Hons BA (Modern Hebrew)                                                0472-3   Hons BTh (Old Testament)
0484-7   Hons BA (Penology)                                                     0478-2   Hons BTh (Practical Theology)
0438-3   Hons BA (Philosophy)                                                   0502-9   Hons BTh (Religious Studies)
0483-9   Hons BA (Police Science)                                               0476-6   Hons BTh (Systematic Theology)
0435-9   Hons BA (Politics)                                                     0477-4   Hons BTh (Theological Ethics)
0522-3   Hons BA (Portuguese)
0433-2   Hons BA (Psychology)                                                   Code Master’s degrees
0430-8   Hons BA (Public Administration)                                        0760-9 LLM (General)
0500-2   Hons BA (Religious Studies)                                            0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Banking Law (specialisation code:
0523-1   Hons BA (Romance Languages)                                                   BNK)
0431-6   Hons BA (Russian)                                                      0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Commercial Law (specialisation
0487-1   Hons BA (Semitic Languages)                                                   code: COL)
0434-0   Hons BA (Sociology)                                                    0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Corporate Law (specialisation code:
0482-0   Hons BA (Spanish)                                                             COR)
0506-1   Hons BA (Statistics)                                                   0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Criminal Law and Criminal
0504-5   Hons BA (Theory of Literature)                                                Procedure (specialisation code: CRP)
0439-1   Hons BA(SS) (Criminology)                                              0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Family Law (specialisation code:
0521-5   Hons BA (SS) (Development Studies)                                            FAM)
0441-3   Hons BA(SS) (Psychology)                                               0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Fundamental Rights (specialisation
0442-1   Hons BA(SS) (Sociology)                                                       code: FUN)
0493-6   Hons BAdmin (Accounting)                                               0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Insurance Law (specialisation code:
0496-0   Hons BAdmin (Auditing)                                                        INS)
0519-3   Hons BAdmin (Business Management)                                      0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Information Technology Law
0516-9   Hons BAdmin (Development Studies)                                             (specialisation code: ITL)
0401-4   Hons BAdmin (Economics)                                                0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Intellectual Property Law
0400-6   Hons BAdmin (Industrial and Organisational Psychology)                        (specialisation code: INT)
0585-1   Hons BAdmin (Logistics)                                                0760-9 LLM with specialisation in International Economic Law
                                                                                       (specialisation code: IEL)
                                                                                0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Labour Law (specialisation code: LAB)
*   This endorsement may be taken only by students who have already completed   0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Philosophy of Law (specialisation
    an Hons BEd degree.                                                                code: LPH)

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Code Master’s degrees                                                  Code     Master’s degrees
0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Private Law (specialisation code:    0644-0   MA(SS) (Sociology)
       PLW)                                                            0779-X   MPH
0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Property Law (specialisation code:   0713-7   MAdmin (Accounting)
       PRO)                                                            0722-6   MAdmin (Auditing)
0760-9 LLM with specialisation in Tax Law (specialisation code: TAX)   0755-2   MAdmin (Business Management)
0615-7 MA (African Languages)                                          0738-2   MAdmin (Development Studies)
0735-8 MA (African Politics)                                           0709-9   MAdmin (Economics)
0614-9 MA (Afrikaans)                                                  0708-0   MAdmin (Industrial Psychology)
0726-9 MA (Ancient History)                                            0776-5   MAdmin (Logistics)
0637-8 MA (Anthropology)                                               0711-0   MAdmin (Public Administration)
0676-9 MA (Arabic)                                                     0751-X   MAdmin (Quantitative Management)
0785-4 MA (Archaeology)                                                0714-5   MAdmin (Statistics)
0757-9 MA (Art History)                                                0715-3   MAdmin (Transport Economics)
0677-7 MA (Biblical Studies)                                           0782-X   MInf
0623-8 MA (Classics)                                                   0605-X   MBL
0680-7 MA (Clinical Psychology)                                        0610-6   MCom (Accounting)
0624-6 MA (Communication)                                              Code     Master’s degrees
0625-4 MA (Criminology)                                                0609-2   MCom (Auditing)
0736-6 MA (Development Studies)                                        0754-4   MCom (Business Management)
0617-3 MA (Economics)                                                  0608-4   MCom (Economics)
0618-1 MA (English)                                                    0607-6   MCom (Industrial Psychology)
0619-X MA (French)                                                     0775-7   MCom (Logistics)
0613-0 MA (Geography)                                                  0750-1   MCom (Quantitative Management)
0616-5 MA (German)                                                     0611-4   MCom (Statistics)
0621-1 MA (Greek)                                                      0716-1   MCom (Transport Economics)
0620-3 MA (History)                                                    0612-2   MCompt
0752-8 MA (Industrial Psychology)                                      0777-3   MCompt (Taxation)
0789-7 MA (Information Science)                                        0718-8   MDiac (Mission)
0781-1 MA (International Communication)                                0773-0   MDiac (Play Therapy)
0687-4 MA (International Politics)                                     0717-X   MDiac (Social Work)
0965-2 MA (Islamic Studies)                                            0719-6   MDiac (Youth Work)
0622-X MA (Italian)                                                    0700-5   MEd (Comparative Education)
0697-1 MA (Judaica)                                                    0699-8   MEd (Didactics)
0628-9 MA (Latin)                                                      0743-9   MEd (Education Management)
Code Master’s degrees                                                  0663-7   MEd (Psychology of Education)
0629-7 MA (Linguistics)                                                0664-5   MEd (Philosophy of Education)
0638-6 MA (Mathematics)                                                0665-3   MEd (History of Education)
0753-6 MA (Mathematics Education)                                      0734-X   MEd (Special Needs Education)
0696-3 MA (Modern Hebrew)                                              0744-7   MEd (Socio-education)
0756-0 MA (Musicology)                                                 9728-4   MEd – with specialisation in Adult Education
0720-X MA (Penology)                                                   9699-7   MEd – with specialisation in Comparative and International
0639-4 MA (Philosophy)                                                          Education
0704-8 MA (Police Science)                                             9729-2   MEd – with specialisation in Curriculum Studies
0636-X MA (Politics)                                                   9700-4   MEd – with specialisation in Early Childhood Education
0780–3 MA (Portuguese)                                                 9743-8   MEd – with specialisation in Educational Psychology
0634-3 MA (Psychology)                                                 0665-3   MEd – with specialisation in History of Education
0631-9 MA (Public Administration)                                      9742-X   MEd – with specialisation in Open and Distance Learning
0964-4 MA (Public Health)                                              0664-5   MEd – with specialisation in Philosophy of Education
0721-8 MA (Religious Studies)                                          0744-7   MEd – with specialisation in Socio-education
0792-7 MA (Romance Languages – with specialisation in French)          0734-X   MEd – with specialisation in Special Needs Education
0793-5 MA (Romance Languages – with specialisation in Italian)         0729-3   MEd – with specialisation in Environmental Education
0794-3 MA (Romance Languages – with specialisation in Portuguese)      0742-0   MEd – with specialisation in Guidance and Counselling
0795-1 MA (Romance Languages – with specialisation in Spanish)         0728-5   MEd – with specialisation in Natural Science Education
0796-X MA (Romance Languages – with specialisation in two Romance      0741-2   MEd – with specialisation in Mathematics Education
       languages)                                                      0647-5   MMus
0632-7 MA (Russian)                                                    0705-6   MPA
0706-4 MA (Semitic Languages)                                          0658-0   MSc (Applied Mathematics)
0635-1 MA (Sociology)                                                  0657-2   MSc (Astronomy)
0701-3 MA (Spanish)                                                    0727-7   MSc (Chemical Education)
0747-1 MA (Statistics)                                                 0649-1   MSc (Chemistry)
0686-6 MA (Strategic Studies)                                          0655-6   MSc (Computer Science)
0746-3 MA (Theory of Literature)                                       0648-3   MSc (Geography)
0784-6 MA with specialisation in Ancient Languages and Cultures        0695-5   MSc (Information Systems)
0791-9 MA with specialisation in Organisational Communication          0659-9   MSc (Mathematics)
       Research and Practice                                           0650-5   MSc (Mathematics Education)
0783-8 MA with specialisation in Sociolinguistics                      0661-0   MSc (Operations Research)
0962-8 MA with specialisation in Applied Linguistics                   0651-3   MSc (Physics)
0788-9 MA with specialisation in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers   0656-4   MSc (Psychology)
       of Other Languages)                                             0660-2   MSc (Statistics)
0786-2 MVA                                                             0787-0   MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Astronomy
0702-1 MA(Cur)                                                                  Education) (specialisation code: AST)
0641-6 MA(SS) (Criminology)                                            0787-0   MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Chemistry
0758-7 MA(SS) (Development Studies)                                             Education) (specialisation code: CHE)
0698-X MA(SS) (Mental Health)                                          0787-0   MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Computing
0643-2 MA(SS) (Psychology)                                                      Education) (specialisation code: COM)
0642-4 MA(SS) (Social Work)

18
Code Master’s degrees                                                   Code     Doctoral degrees
0787-0 MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Life Sciences        0812-5   DLi� et Phil (Geography)
       Education) (specialisation code: LIF)                            0815-X   DLi� et Phil (German)
0787-0 MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Mathematics          0820-6   DLi� et Phil (Greek)
       Educaiton) (specialisation code: MAT)                            0819-2   DLi� et Phil (History)
0787-0 MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Physics Education)   0937-7   DLi� et Phil (Information Science)
       (specialisation code: PHY)                                       0936-9   DLi� et Phil (Industrial Psychology)
0787-0 MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Science Education)   0882-6   DLi� et Phil (International Politics)
       (specialisation code: SCI)                                       0986-5   DLi� et Phil (Islamic Studies)
0787-0 MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Statistics           0821-4   DLi� et Phil (Italian)
       Education) (specialisation code: STA)                            0892-3   DLi� et Phil (Judaica)
0787-0 MSc (MST Education – with specialisation in Technology           0826-5   DLi� et Phil (Latin)
       Education) (specialisation code: TEC)                            0827-3   DLi� et Phil (Linguistics)
0725-0 MTh (Biblical Studies)                                           0837-0   DLi� et Phil (Mathematics)
0690-4 MTh (Church History)                                             0891-5   DLi� et Phil (Modern Hebrew)
0723-4 MTh (Missiology)                                                 0956-3   DLi� et Phil (Musicology)
0772-2 MTh (Missiology – with specialisation in Urban Ministry)         0890-7   DLi� et Phil (Nursing Science)
0689-0 MTh (New Testament)                                              0907-5   DLi� et Phil (Penology)
0688-2 MTh (Old Testament)                                              0838-9   DLi� et Phil (Philosophy)
0694-7 MTh (Practical Theology)                                         0896-6   DLi� et Phil (Police Science)
0730-7 MTh (Practical Theology – with specialisation in Pastoral        0835-4   DLi� et Phil (Politics)
       Therapy)                                                         0880–X   DLi� et Phil (Portuguese)
0724-2 MTh (Religious Studies)                                          0833-8   DLi� et Phil (Psychology)
0692-0 MTh (Systematic Theology)                                        0830-3   DLi� et Phil (Public Administration)
0693-9 MTh (Theological Ethics)                                         0909-1   DLi� et Phil (Religious Studies)
0770-6 MTh with specialisation in Christian Spirituality                0831-1   DLi� et Phil (Russian)
                                                                        0906-7   DLi� et Phil (Semitic Languages)
Code     Doctoral degrees                                               0834-6   DLi� et Phil (Sociology)
0900-8   DAdmin (Accounting)                                            0908-3   DLi� et Phil (Spanish)
0910-5   DAdmin (Auditing)                                              0934-2   DLi� et Phil (Statistics)
0955-5   DAdmin (Business Management)                                   0881-8   DLi� et Phil (Strategic Studies)
0802-8   DAdmin (Development Studies)                                   0933-4   DLi� et Phil (Theory of Literature)
0801-X   DAdmin (Economics)                                             0845-1   DMus
0800-1   DAdmin (Industrial Psychology)                                 0897-4   DPA
0803-6   DAdmin (Public Administration)                                 0839-7   DPhil (Criminology)
0914-8   DAdmin (Quantitative Management)                               0958-X   DPhil (Development Studies)
0901-6   DAdmin (Statistics)                                            0841-9   DPhil (Psychology)
0902-4   DAdmin (Transport Economics)                                   0840-0   DPhil (Social Work)
0805-2   DBL                                                            0842-7   DPhil (Sociology)
0810-9   DCom (Accounting)                                              0935-0   DTh (Biblical Studies)
0809-5   DCom (Auditing)                                                0885-0   DTh (Church History)
0954-7   DCom (Business Management)                                     Code     Doctoral degrees
0808-7   DCom (Economics)                                               0911-3   DTh (Missiology)
0807-9   DCom (Industrial Psychology)                                   0884-2   DTh (New Testament)
0913-X   DCom (Quantitative Management)                                 0883-4   DTh (Old Testament)
0811-7   DCom (Statistics)                                              0889-3   DTh (Practical Theology)
0895-8   DCom (Transport Economics)                                     0946-6   DTh (Practical Theology – with specialisation in Pastoral Therapy)
0873-7   DCompt                                                         0912-1   DTh (Religious Studies)
0904-0   DDiac (Mission)                                                0887-7   DTh (Systematic Theology)
0903-2   DDiac (Social Work)                                            0888-5   DTh (Theological Ethics)
0905-9   DDiac (Youth Work)                                             0970-9   DTh with specialisation in Christian Spirituality
9773-X   DDiac (Play Therapy)                                           0960-1   LLD
0894-X   DEd (Comparative Education)                                    0856-7   PhD (Applied Mathematics)
0893-1   DEd (Didactics)                                                0855-9   PhD (Astronomy)
0930-X   DEd (Education Management)                                     0847-8   PhD (Chemistry)
0861-3   DEd (Psychology of Education)                                  0853-2   PhD (Computer Science)
0862-1   DEd (Philosophy of Education)                                  0846-X   PhD (Geography)
0863-X   DEd (History of Education)                                     0984-9   Phd (Information Systems)
0961-X   DEd (Special Needs Education)                                  0857-5   PhD (Mathematics)
0951-2   DEd (Socio-education)                                          0850-8   PhD (Mathematics Education)
0814-1   DLi� et Phil (African Languages)                               0859-1   PhD (Operations Research)
0923-7   DLi� et Phil (African Politics)                                0849-4   PhD (Physics)
Code     Doctoral degrees                                               0854-0   PhD (Psychology)
0813-3   DLi� et Phil (Afrikaans)                                       0858-3   PhD (Statistics)
0915-6   DLi� et Phil (Ancient History)                                 0987-3   PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Astronomy
0836-2   DLi� et Phil (Anthropology)                                             Education) (specialisation code: AST)
0875-3   DLi� et Phil (Arabic)                                          0987-3   PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Chemistry
0985-7   DLi� et Phil (Archaeology)                                              Education) (specialisation code: CHE)
0957-1   DLi� et Phil (Art History)                                     0987-3   PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Computing
0876-1   DLi� et Phil (Biblical Studies)                                         Education) (specialisation code: COM)
0822-2   DLi� et Phil (Classics)                                        0987-3   PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Life Siences
0823-0   DLi� et Phil (Communication)                                            Education) (specialisation code: LIF)
0824-9   DLi� et Phil (Criminology)                                     0987-3   PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Mathematics
0924-5   DLi� et Phil (Development Studies)                                      Education) (specialisation code: MAT)
0816-8   DLi� et Phil (Economics)                                       0987-3   PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Physics Education)
0817-6   DLi� et Phil (English)                                                  (specialisation code: PHY)
0818-4   DLi� et Phil (French)

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Code Doctoral degrees                                                                    taken for non-degree purposes (NDP). In all other cases the relevant
0987-3 PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Science Education)                    COURSE CODE must be used, even if the student has already passed
       (specialisation code: SCI)                                                        one or more of the papers.
0987-3 PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Statistics                           The CODES for PAPERS appear on the relevant tutorial ma�er and
       Education) (specialisation code STA)                                              must be used for assignments.
0987-3 PhD (MST Education – with specialisation in Technology
       Education) (specialisation code: TEC)

                                                                                                  (4) Examination timetable for 2005
                                                                                  Consult the separate Examination Brochure .

S E C T I O N                                                              B
                                                                                  S E C T I O N                                                           C
  B1             Examination Centres – Question
         13 (undergraduate registration form) and                                     Semester modules, registration
      Question 14 (postgraduate registration form)
(a)     By signing the application form, you undertake, inter alia, to
                                                                                                  and cancellation
        write your examinations at an approved centre.

        Lists of approved examination centres will be found in the                 C1                                                           General
        Examination Brochure, and the CODE of one of these centres,
        preferably the one NEAREST TO YOUR HOME, must be                          The university has a tuition model which includes subjects being offered
        indicated on the registration form.                                       in a modular format and on a semester basis.



  B2                     Examination timetable for 2005                            C2                                                         Definition
IMPORTANT                                                                         See Part 2 of the Calendar for definitions of module, semester, etc.

       A STUDENT’S STUDY UNITS FOR EACH YEAR MUST BE                             Semester student. For purposes of handing in of documents a student
        SELECTED IN SUCH A MANNER THAT THE EXAMINATION                            is considered to be a semester student if he/she registers for at least
        DATES DO NOT CLASH.                                                       one module offered on a semester basis irrespective of whether or
       In the examination timetable, the various subjects have been              not other study units of one year duration have been included in the
        listed alphabetically according to the subject code.                      registration.
       The University will endeavour to keep to the examination dates
        in the timetable but, if changes are necessitated by unavoidable


        circumstances, they will be indicated in the final timetable.
        Dates CANNOT be changed at the request of students.
                                                                                   C3          Number of study units per year and re-
                                                                                                                admission to studies
                                                          (1) General
                                                                                        (Abstract of Section D3 in Part 1 of the Calendar)
The 2005 examination dates for all study units will be found in the
alphabetical list in the Examination Brochure.                                    Although it is the policy of the University to offer opportunities for study
                                                                                  to all who qualify for admission, Council and Senate have, for various
                                                                                  reasons, found it necessary to limit the privilege of reregistration only to
                            (2) How to use the timetable                          students who, in the opinion of the University, have made satisfactory
                                                                                  academic progress at this University, and can therefore be expected to
(a)     First find the name and code of each study unit for which you
                                                                                  complete their proposed course of studies in a reasonable time.
        wish to register for 2005 in Part 2 of the Calendar.
(b)     Write down the codes and the corresponding examination dates
        on a sheet of paper, and make sure that the dates do not clash. If                                       1. Undergraduate students
        there is a clash, you may NOT register for more than one of the
        study units concerned in 2005.                                            (A)    NUMBER OF STUDY UNITS PER TUITION PERIOD – ON
(c)     Although examination dates have been arranged in both                            FIRST REGISTRATION
        semesters 1 and 2 in a particular semester module, it should be
        noted that the relevant module may not necessarily be offered in           On first registration at this University the number of study units for
        both semesters. Students may not register for a semester module           which a student may register is determined as indicated below. These
        in a semester in which the module is not offered – see the relevant        restrictions do not apply to the Certificates and Diplomas in Education
        subject chapter in Part 2 of the Calendar.                                offered by the School of Education in Part 5 of the Calendar:

                                                             (3) Codes                    NB 1
                                                                                  Students who wish to register for the BSc degree or the University Certificate
Each study unit is designated by a code consisting of SEVEN characters,           in Datametrics and who are restricted to registration for FOUR modules are
and the relevant code must be indicated on the registration form.                 referred to the NB under Rule Sc3(2) or Sc11(2) respectively in Part 7 of the
                                                                                  Calendar. An abstract of Rule G13 appears in Section 1 in each of the College
                                                                                  Calendars.
        NB
       The codes for the PAPERS of a course must NOT be indicated on the
        registration form, except in specified cases where a particular paper is


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(a)    A student who was registered at another university and who                           NB 2
       (i)     passed at least one course (or the equivalent thereof), is           Once a student has passed a study unit, the number of study units on
               NOT restricted, except by the rules for the relevant degree          reregistration in future years of study will be unrestricted except by faculty
               or diploma;                                                          rules, provided the student qualifies for readmission to studies.
       (ii)    did not pass a single study unit, is restricted according to
               his/her results at matriculation level. A student who is in
               possession of                                                        2.     AFTER TWO YEARS OF STUDY
                       a conditional exemption on grounds of age (+23)
                        may register for a maximum of TWO modules;                  Students who a�er two years of study have not passed any study units
                       one of the certificates under Rule G13(1)(a)–(e)             may reregister in their third year, but the same restrictions as in 1 above
                        (with the exception of a certificate of conditional          will apply. Such students will be advised to register for ASC001-R
                        exemption on grounds of age (+23)) with at least            (Academic Support module) with or without other study units.
                        50% (D symbol*) in THREE of more subjects may
                        register for a maximum of FOUR modules;                     3.     AFTER THREE YEARS OF STUDY
                       one of the certificates under Rule G13(1)(a)–(e)
                        (with the exception of a certificate of conditional          The application for re-enrolment from students who, a�er three years
                        exemption on grounds of age (+23)) but with LESS            of study have not passed study units with a weight of at least 0,200
                        than THREE subjects with at least 50% (D symbol*)           (equivalent to two modules) at this University, will be refused.
                        may register for only TWO modules.                          If permission to re-enrol at the University has been refused to students
(b)    A student who has completed a three- or four-year diploma at a               a�er three years of study they may apply for readmission once they
       technikon, a Teachers’ College, a University or a Nursing College that       have satisfied one of the following requirements AFTER they were
       is affiliated to a South African university is not restricted, except by the   refused readmission:
       rules for the relevant degree or diploma.                                    (a)    passed the academic support module ASC001-R
(c)    A student who was registered at a Technikon, a Teachers’ College or          (b)    passed study units with a weight equivalent to at least 0,600 at
       a Nursing College WITHOUT completing a three- or four-year                          another university
       diploma and who                                                                     or
       (i)     passed at least one course (or the equivalent thereof) is            (c)    completed a one year qualification, which has an admission
               referred to (d) below;                                                      requirement of at least a senior or school leaving certificate, at a
       (ii)    did not pass a single study unit, may register for only                     recognised tertiary institution (eg a Technikon, Teachers’ College
               TWO modules or, in the case of the Faculty of Science,                      or University).
               four modules). Note that if he/she holds one of the
               certificates under Rule G13(1)(a)–(e) (with the exception             On readmission the requirements of C3 will apply with effect from the
               of a certificate of conditional exemption on grounds of               year in which the student was readmi�ed to studies. Students who are
               age (+23)) with at least 50% (D symbol*) in THREE or                 refused readmission for a second time will NOT again be admi�ed to
               more subjects at matriculation level, he/she may register            studies on undergraduate level.
               for a maximum of FOUR modules.
(d)    All students, with the exception of those under D3(1)(A)(a),                 4.     AFTER FIVE YEARS OF STUDY
       (b) or (c)(ii) above, are restricted as follows by their results at
       matriculation level:                                                         Students who, a�er five years of study have not passed study units
       (i)     a student with conditional exemption on grounds of age               with a total weight of at least 0,400 (the equivalent of four modules or
               (+23) may register for a maximum of TWO modules                      two first-year courses or four half-courses) will not be admi�ed to any
       (ii)    a student who is in possession of one of the certificates             further studies on undergraduate level, at this University
               under Rule G13(1)(a)–(e) (with the exception of a
               certificate of conditional exemption on grounds of age                5.     AFTER NINE OR MORE YEARS OF STUDY
               (+23)) with at least 50% (D symbol*) in THREE or more
               subjects at matriculation level is NOT restricted, except            Students who, a�er nine or more years of study have not passed study
               by the rules for the relevant degree or diploma                      units with a total weight of at least 1,000 (the equivalent of ten modules
       (iii) a student who is in possession of one of the certificates               or the first year of a three year degree) will not be admi�ed to any
               under Rule G13(1)(a)–(e) (with the exception of a                    further studies at undergraduate level at this University.
               certificate of conditional exemption on grounds of age
               (+23)) but LESS than THREE subjects with at least 50%                Applications of appeal may be in writing and addressed to The Registrar
               (D symbol*) at matriculation level, may register for a               (Academic), P.O. Box 392, Unisa 0003.
               maximum of FOUR modules.
(e)    A part-time student under C3(1)(A)(a)(i), (b) or (d)(ii) above is                   NB 3
       strongly advised to register for a maximum of SIX modules or                       Each year in which a student was registered at Unisa is included in the
       eight BSc modules).                                                                 abovementioned periods of registration – not just the years in which
                                                                                           he/she was registered for a particular qualification. Note that years in
(B)    NUMBER OF STUDY                   UNITS      PER     YEAR       –    ON             which a student’s registration for all study units was officially cancelled
                                                                                           prior to the relevant date(s) as indicated under C3(1)(A), either at his/
       REREGISTRATION
                                                                                           her request or on the initiative of the University, are not included.
1.     AFTER ONE YEAR OF STUDY
                                                                                           In the case of a student who has COMPLETED a degree or a university
                                                                                           diploma, only those years of registration AFTER completion of the
Students who were registered at this University in 1980 or later for the
                                                                                           degree or diploma will be taken into account.
FIRST and ONLY time for a degree, diploma or for non-degree purposes
                                                                                          Study units from which a student has been exempted will NOT be
(NDP) and did not pass any study units a�er one year of study are
                                                                                           taken into consideration for purposes of determining whether he/she
permi�ed to reregister. The number of study units they may take is
                                                                                           may be permi�ed to re-enrol. His/Her previous academic performance
the same as in their first year of study, ie if they were restricted to two
                                                                                           at another university will, likewise, not be taken into consideration.
modules on the grounds of their admission documents, this restriction
will also apply to the second year. If they were unrestricted in their                    Students are strongly advised to register early, to limit the number
first-year, they will also be unrestricted in their second year, except by                  of study units for which they enrol in accordance with the time they
the relevant faculty rule.                                                                 have available for study, and to work at a steady pace throughout the
                                                                                           year, since these are all important factors which can influence their
                                                                                           progress.




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 C4        Addition of study units after registration                                  Students who wrote examinations at Senior Certificate level or
                                                                                       at a recognised tertiary institution in October/November 2004,
                                                                                       must await the release of their results before registering.
          (abstract of Section D1(2)(h) in Part 1 of the
                                                                                       The different closing dates are as follows:
                                              Calendar)
                                                                                       1.      20 JANUARY 2005
Students who have registered before the appropriate closing date, may
register for additional study units provided that their wri�en application
                                                                                              only for students registering for the Honours BCompt
for such addition(s) is received by the University on or before that date.
                                                                                               (CTA). (For students not a�empting the CTA, the closing
(It is NOT necessary to complete another registration form.)
                                                                                               date is 31 March 2005.)
       NB
                                                                                       2.      3 FEBRUARY 2005
      The minimum amount payable on registration must be paid in respect of
       each additional study unit. STUDENTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
                                                                                              for students who are registering for the first semester for
       must again pay the minimum amount payable on registration as well
                                                                                               qualifications offered by the former Unisa
       as the levy for each new study unit IN ADVANCE.
                                                                                              Students registering for modules presented in the first
      Such applications CANNOT be considered a�er the appropriate closing
                                                                                               semester must note that the academic year commences on
       date for registration.
                                                                                               24 January 2005 and those registering a�er this date do so
                                                                                               at their own risk.
                                                                                              NO registrations for first-semester modules will be
 C5                            Failure to submit documents                             
                                                                                               accepted a�er 3 February 2005.
                                                                                               Students whose application for registration is received
                                                                                               a�er 3 February 2005 will be registered only for the
           (abstract of Section D1(2)(j) in Part 1 of the                                      second semester and only for modules which are offered
                                               Calendar)                                       in that semester.


Documents referred to under A2 (or A14 in Part 1 of the Calendar)                      3.      17 MARCH 2005
must be submi�ed together with the registration form and the
relevant registration fees. If this is NOT done, the University may                           for students registering for CYCLE 1 subjects offered by
withhold registration until such time as all relevant documents and                            the former TSA
fees are received. Registrations will then be processed according to the                      for students registering for year courses/modules,
applicable registration dates.                                                                 excluding registrations for first-semester modules
                                                                                               offered by the former Unisa
                                                                                              for students registering for modules offered in the
                                                                                               second semester for qualifications offered by the former
 C6                                                   Cancellations                            Unisa
                                                                                              for students who wrote examinations in January/
Students whose registration is cancelled due to outstanding fees or                            February 2005 at Unisa or another recognized tertiary
those who apply to cancel their registration, are referred Section F1.                         institution and whose registration for study units was
                                                                                               dependent on the results of their January/February 2005
                                                                                               examinations.


S E C T I O N                                                           D              4.      31 MARCH 2005

                                                                                              for students registering and reregistering for all
                                                                                               Honours (except the Honours BCompt (CTA)) (see 20
                                                                                               January 2005), Master’s and Doctor’s degrees
 D1                                       Dates for registration
                                                                                        NB
       NB                                                                       The restrictions under ‘Duration of study and number of study units per year’
      There are different closing dates for students registering for the 2005   in the rules for the relevant degrees and diplomas are applicable in all cases.
       academic year.
      Students are strongly advised to register EARLY, and NOT to wait         Applications for additions must be made in writing and, accompanied
       until the closing date.                                                  by the prescribed fees and levies, where applicable (see Section B3). It is
                                                                                NOT necessary to complete another registration form.
Completed applications for registration (including fees, completed
                                                                                Students awaiting the results from the re-mark of a January examination
registration form and supporting documents) must be RECEIVED
                                                                                script may register until 17 March 2005, but not for any relevant
by the University ON OR BEFORE THE APPROPRIATE CLOSING
                                                                                successive study unit until such time as the result of the re-marked
DATES. Those received a�er that date will NOT be accepted.
                                                                                script of the preceding study unit is available. Not applicable to former
                                                                                TSA students.
Students registering at the University for the first time must submit all
the relevant documents and fees together with their registration form.
                                                                                If you intend to write (or have wri�en) the examination in one or more
                                                                                papers of a course (or half-course) or modules in January 2005, you may
If you register in December, you will normally receive sufficient tutorial
                                                                                NOT register for any study unit(s) in that subject for which the paper(s)/
ma�er to be able to begin your studies at once. The lecturers will not
                                                                                modules you wrote are prerequisites/registration requirements before
be available to mark assignments, nor to answer queries in connection
                                                                                the result of the January examination is available. Only then may this or
with studies until February 2005 but, by registering early, you will have
                                                                                another subject be added but only until 17 March 2005. Not applicable
more time to acquaint yourself with the year’s work, and to plan your
                                                                                to former TSA students.
studies accordingly.
                                                                                If you were given permission to write examinations in January 2005 and
A.     Registration for the 2005 academic year for all qualifications
                                                                                you will be (or were) absent from these examinations for any reason,
       offered by the former Unisa and former TSA begins on 1
                                                                                you must register before the relevant closing date above.
       DECEMBER 2004



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      NB                                                                       as the registration facility in Durban. The purpose of the self- help
The University will be closed for all registrations from 1 April to 31 May     centre is to create the opportunity for students to register themselves
2005.                                                                          under the supervision of an advisor and in so doing shorten the actual
                                                                               time of registration. The student will however be selected outside
                                                                               the registration hall before proceeding to the self help centre and the
B.     Registration dates for the SECOND SEMESTER of 2005 for                  following criteria will apply:
       qualifications offered by the former Unisa begins on 1 JUNE                     First registration for the qualification must not be prior to 1998
       2005                                                                          No outstanding fees or documents
                                                                                     No advice is needed by the student
       Close on: 14 JULY 2005                                                        Modules for which the student is registering are in accordance
                                                                                      with the rules stipulated in the relevant Calendar
             only for students who are registering for the SECOND                   No alteration of any personal data needed (for example: a change
              semester for qualifications offered by the former Unisa                   of address)

              (Registrations for the second semester also takes place          If a student qualifies according to the above mentioned criteria he or she
              between 1 December 2004 to 17 March 2005.)                       may ask for assistance at the entrance to registration hall C.

              Students already registered for the first semester 2005                    NB
              may ADD modules for the second semester. They MUST                If the correct study fees are deposited, according to the prescribed procedure,
              NOT reregister.                                                  into the ABSA bank account (see E2(7) in this brochure), at least forty eight
                                                                               (48) hours (two working days), prior to registering in the self help centre,
             Students registering for modules offered in the second            the registration will be activated immediately and the student will be able to
              semester must note that the tuition period commences on          proceed to despatch directly from the self help centre without first queuing at
              20 June 2005. Students registering a�er this date do so at       the cashiers.
              their own risk.

C.     Registrations for CYCLE 2 for qualifications offered by the
       former TSA commences on 10 AUGUST 2005

       Close on: 1 OCTOBER 2005                                                S E C T I O N                                                               E
 D2                                                  Office Hours
                                                                                E1                                                                    Fees
     Administration – Enquiries and Registration
                                                                                                                   Prescribed fees for 2005
      NB
Students who wish to register or make enquiries at Unisa’s offices in Pretoria   (1)    STUDENT FEES
must visit the Registration Halls in the Cas van Vuuren Building and
NOT the Administration Building.                                               The government is currently investigating the policy regarding the
                                                                               subsidy for foreign students. The a�ention of such students is drawn
                                                                               to the fact that prescribed student fees could increase substantially in
The University offices in Pretoria and all the registration offices are            the future.
open from MONDAY to FRIDAY:
       from 07:45 to 13:00 and                                                 (A)    GENERAL INFORMATION
       from 13:45 to 15:30 for enquiries
The registration halls are open from 08:00 to 13:00 and from 13:45 to          (1)    Minimum initial amount payable on registration
15:30
                                                                                      A�er payment of the initial amount on registration – see E1(B)(1)
The University offices and the Regional Facilities will be open on the                  below, the outstanding balance must be paid before the relevant
following Saturdays from 08:00 to 11:30 for the purpose of registration:              dates as indicated on the schedule under E1(B)(2).

       8, 15, 22, 29 January 2005                                                     The minimum initial amount in respect of each module for which
       19, 26 February 2005                                                           you register is payable at each semester registration period. It is
       2, 9 July 2005                                                                 also payable for each study unit added a�er registration.
       3 September 2005
       1 October 2005                                                                 Where applicable the matric exemption fees and LEVY
                                                                                      APPLICABLE TO STUDENTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, must
The University and its Provincial Centres and Regional Offices are                      be paid on registration and in addition to the minimum initial
closed on public holidays, Saturdays (see above for the exceptions),                  amount – see E1(B)(3)(a) below.
Sundays, the Easter weekend and from 12:00 (10:00 for the registration
halls) on 24 December 2004 to 07:45 on 3 January 2005. Registration            (2)    Prescribed student fees
Halls will open for registration at 08:00 on 3 January 2005.
                                                                                      Fees are valid for only one academic year.
The Regional office in Wellington, Western Cape will close for
registration at 12:00 on 15 December 2004 and will re-open at 08:00 on                Prescribed student fees include registration, examinations and
3 January 2005.                                                                       admission to discussion classes.

Self-Help Centre                                                                      The following are not included:
                                                                                      (i)    levy on students in foreign countries
This centre is available only to undergraduate students who are                       (ii)   supplementary, aegrotat and special examinations
reregistering at Unisa.                                                               (iii) any other miscellaneous fees
                                                                                      (iv)   prescribed books
Students may now also make use of the self-help registration centre
situated at the registration hall on the main campus in Pretoria as well


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      On registration for a course you are automatically registered for                        able to demonstrate a potential for academic
      all the prescribed papers and your account is debited with the                            success;
      amount per paper for which you are registered.                                           financially needy.

      If you have previously passed one or more of the papers of a                (b)    Government employees
      course without having completed the full course, you must
      again indicate the course code on your registration form and not                   Students employed in Government Departments may
      the individual outstanding paper(s). You will automatically be                     apply for assistance with study fees if they meet inter alia
      registered for the outstanding papers and your account debited                     the following criteria:
      with the prescribed amount – see E1(B)(2).                                                they must be in the direct employ of the SA
                                                                                                 Government or a permanent member of the
      You may not register for individual papers of a course except for                          SANDF;
      non-degree purposes (NDP).                                                                loan may not exceed 25% of gross income;
                                                                                                maximum loan amount is R10 000 per annum.
(3)   Miscellaneous fees
                                                                                         The loan scheme is administered by Edu-loan (Tel: (012)
      (a)    Levy on students in foreign countries:
                                                                                         429-8760).
             A levy, for students residing in and/or writing
                                                                            (B)   PRESCRIBED FEES FOR 2005 (See next page)
             examinations in foreign countries, is payable in addition
             to the minimum initial payment – see E1(B)(3)(a). Such
                                                                            (1)   Minimum amount payable on registration
             students are divided into two categories:
                                                                                  A minimum amount is payable on registration in respect of each
             Category A: Africa
                                                                                  module or paper for which the student registers. The minimum
             Category B: Rest of the world
                                                                                  amount payable on registration is dependent on the number of
                                                                                  individual study units for which the student registers.
             The levy for foreign students is not transferable and also
             not refundable.
                                                                                  A minimum initial amount is payable with each semester
      (b)    Other:                                                               registration period.

             Miscellaneous fees are also payable in the following                 The minimum amount payable on registration will be forfeited
             instances – see E1(B)(3)(b)–(i):                                     should the relevant study unit be cancelled.
             (i)    supplementary, special and aegrotat examinations
             (ii)   remark of examination scripts                                 Note that compulsory miscellaneous fees may also be payable on
             (iii) graduation ceremonies                                          registration. These fees include the levy for students in foreign
             (iv)   issuing of complete or conditional exemption                  countries and levies for additional study material.
                    certificates by the Matriculation Board (payble
                    before or on registration)                              (2)   Prescribed student fees
             (v)    dishonoured cheques
             (vi)   checking of examination marks                                 NB
             (vii) foreign levy on students in foreign countries                 The LEVY FOR STUDENTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES must be
             (viii) foreign levy payable by overseas master’s and                 paid in addition to the minimum initial payment on registration – see
                    doctoral students                                             (3)(a) below.
             (ix)   amount payable for the sending of a copy of the              Students must be in possession of a student number BEFORE
                    summary of an accepted master’s dissertation or               registrations can be processed or fees paid or deposited into the ABSA
                    doctoral thesis to ProQuest Information and Learning          Bank account. Student numbers can be obtained from www.unisa.
                                                                                  ac.za
             All miscellaneous fees are payable to Unisa and may be
             included with your student fees.                               (a)   Additional study material for Physics:
                                                                                  (i)    Students registering for FDEPS2, FDEPS6, PHY101,
(4)   Bursary holders and students whose studies are underwritten                        PHY102 and/or PHY104 must pay a single, non-
      by their employers or other institutions                                           refundable levy of R310,00 for additional study material.
                                                                                         Students will not, however, be required to purchase any
      Students in this category must pay at least the relevant prescribed                prescribed books for these modules.
      initial payment on registration, together with any compulsory               (ii)   Students registering for PHY105 (or APM111) and/or
      miscellaneous fees (eg the levy for foreign students).                             PHY106 must pay a single non-refundable levy of R310,00
                                                                                         for additional study material. Students registering for
      Fees must be paid before the relevant closing date(s).                             PHY105 or APM111 will require an additional prescribed
                                                                                         text book for mathematics requirements, which is a locally
      Accounts are issued only to students and not to any third party                    produced book and is available at approximately R60,00.
      or other institutions.                                                      (iii) Students who registered for the abovementioned modules
                                                                                         in 2002 to 2004 are exempted from paying the levy.
      A quotation of fees payable may be issued on request, which you             (iv)   Students registering for PHY303 and PHY418 must pay
      may hand to the relevant institution before registration.                          a single non-refundable levy of R250,00 for additional
                                                                                         study material. Students who registered for either of these
(5)   Financial Aid                                                                      modules in 2004 are exempted from paying this levy.

      (a)    National Students Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)                 (b)   Additional study material for Mandarin Chinese
                                                                                  (i)    Students registering for MAN101 must pay a single
             Students may apply for a NSFAS loan for assistance with                     non-refundable levy of R65,00 for additional study
             study fees if they meet inter alia the following criteria:                  material. The additional study material includes the book
                   must be a South African citizen;                                     “Practical Mandarin for beginners” and students will not
                   studying towards a first tertiary qualification or                     be required to purchase any additional prescribed books.
                    studying for a second tertiary qualification if such           (ii)   Students who were registered for this module in 2000 to
                    qualification is necessary in order to practice in                    2004 are exempted from paying this levy.
                    your chosen career (eg. PGCE);


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                              Prescribed Student Fees

     DESCRIPTION         SEMESTER   TOTAL           MINIMUM         DUE BY 31     DUE BY 15 MAY     DUE BY 15
                                                     AMOUNT        MARCH 2005         2005         AUGUST 2005
                                                   PAYABLE ON
                                                  REGISTRATION
SUBJECTS IN: EDUCATION; LAW; LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS; PSYCHOLOGY; AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
Undergraduate Level:
Half module            S1               R340,00         R140,00         R200,00
                       S2               R340,00         R140,00                                          R200,00
                       YEAR             R340,00         R140,00                                          R200,00
Module/Paper           S1               R670,00         R280,00         R390,00
                       S2               R670,00         R280,00                                          R390,00
                       YEAR             R670,00         R280,00                                          R390,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R1 340,00         R560,00                          R390,00         R390,00
Honours Level:
Half module            YEAR             R450,00         R180,00                          R130,00         R140,00
Module/Paper           YEAR             R900,00         R360,00                          R270,00         R270,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R1 800,00         R900,00                          R540,00         R540,00
Masters Level
Half module            YEAR             R880,00         R360,00                          R260,00         R260,00
Module/Paper           YEAR           R1 750,00         R720,00                          R510,00         R520,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R3 500,00        R1 440,00                       R1 030,00       R1 030,00
Doctorates             YEAR           R5 210,00        R5 210,00
SUBJECTS IN: BUSINESS, COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES; COMMUNICATION; COMPUTER SCIENCE AND DATA
PROCESSING; LANGUAGES, LINGUISTICS AND LITERATURE; PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND THEOLOGY; AND SOCIAL SCI-
ENCES AND SOCIAL STUDIES
Undergraduate Level:
Half module            S1               R330,00         R140,00         R190,00
                       S2               R330,00         R140,00                                          R190,00
                       YEAR             R330,00         R140,00                                          R190,00
Module/Paper           S1               R660,00         R280,00         R380,00
                       S2               R660,00         R280,00                                          R380,00
                       YEAR             R660,00         R280,00                                          R380,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R1 320,00         R560,00                          R380,00         R380,00
Honours Level:
Half module            YEAR             R430,00         R180,00                          R120,00         R130,00
Module/Paper           YEAR             R850,00         R360,00                          R240,00         R250,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R1 700,00         R720,00                          R480,00         R500,00
Masters Level:
Half module            YEAR             R860,00         R360,00                          R250,00         R250,00
Module/Paper           YEAR           R1 720,00         R720,00                          R500,00         R500,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R3 440,00        R1 440,00                       R1 000,00       R1 000,00
Doctorates             YEAR           R4 990,00        R4 990,00
SUBJECTS IN: ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN; ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY; HOME
ECONOMICS; INDUSTRIAL ARTS, TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY; MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES; AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION,
HEALTH EDUCATION AND LEISURE
Undergraduate Level:
Half module            S1               R320,00         R140,00         R180,00
                       S2               R320,00         R140,00                                          R180,00
                       YEAR             R320,00         R140,00                                          R180,00
Module/Paper           S1               R650,00         R280,00         R370,00
                       S2               R650,00         R280,00                                          R370,00
                       YEAR             R650,00         R280,00                                          R370,00
Full Year Course       YEAR           R1 300,00         R560,00                          R370,00         R370,00



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       DESCRIPTION                  SEMESTER                TOTAL            MINIMUM         DUE BY 31      DUE BY 15 MAY     DUE BY 15
                                                                              AMOUNT        MARCH 2005          2005         AUGUST 2005
                                                                            PAYABLE ON
                                                                           REGISTRATION
 Honours Level:
 Half module                    YEAR                             R400,00         R180,00                           R110,00         R110,00
 Module/Paper                   YEAR                             R800,00         R360,00                           R220,00         R220,00
 Full Year Course               YEAR                           R1 600,00         R720,00                           R440,00         R440,00
 Masters Level:
 Half module                    YEAR                             R850,00         R360,00                           R240,00         R250,00
 Module/Paper                   YEAR                           R1 700,00         R720,00                           R480,00         R500,00
 Full Year Course               YEAR                           R3 400,00        R1 440,00                          R960,00       R1 000,00
 Doctorates                     YEAR                           R4 790,00        R4 790,00
 SUBJECTS FOR: AGRICULTURE AND RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES; ARTS, VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS; HEALTH
 CARE AND HEALTH SCIENCES; AND LIFE SCIENCES AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES.
 Undergraduate Level:
 Half module                    S1                               R300,00         R140,00         R160,00
                                S2                               R300,00         R140,00                                           R160,00
                                YEAR                             R300,00         R140,00                                           R160,00
 Module/Paper                   S1                               R600,00         R280,00         R320,00
                                S2                               R600,00         R280,00                                           R320,00
                                YEAR                             R600,00         R280,00                                           R320,00
 Full Year Course               YEAR                           R1 200,00         R560,00                           R320,00         R320,00
 Honours Level:
 Half module                    YEAR                             R380,00         R180,00                           R100,00         R100,00
 Module/Paper                   YEAR                             R750,00         R360,00                           R190,00         R200,00
 Full Year Course               YEAR                           R1 500,00         R720,00                           R380,00         R400,00
 Masters Level:
 Half module                    YEAR                             R830,00         R360,00                           R230,00         R240,00
 Module/Paper                   YEAR                           R1 650,00         R720,00                           R460,00         R470,00
 Full Year Course               YEAR                           R3 300,00        R1 440,00                          R930,00         R930,00
 Doctorates                     YEAR                           R4 690,00        R4 690,00
 MBL Degree
 First year (per module)                                       R2 900,00        R1 000,00       R1 000,00                          R900,00
         Books                                                 R3 570,00        R3 570,00
         Levies                                            to be advised
 Second year (per module)                                      R2 420,00         R820,00         R800,00                           R800,00
         Books                                             to be advised
         Levies                                            to be advised
 Third year (per module)                                       R2 600,00         R900,00         R850,00                           R850,00
         MBLREP                                                R7 800,00        R2 600,00       R2 600,00                        R2 600,00
         Books                                             to be advised
         Levies                                            to be advised
 DBL Degree                                                    R6 640,00
         Levies                                            to be advised


        NB
The fees for all fourth-level modules will be charged on honours level.




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(c)   Additional study material for Development Studies                         (viii) Students registering for ITN822 must pay a single non-
      (i)    Students registering for DVA101 and/or DVA102 must                        refundable levy of R380,00 for additional study material.
             pay a single non-refundable levy of R100,00 for additional                Students who registered for this module in 2002 to 2004
             study material.                                                           are exempt from this levy.
      (ii)   Students registering for DVA201 and/or DVA202 must
             pay a single non-refundable levy of R230,00 for additional   (i)   Additional study material for Spanish
             study material. Students who registered for these modules          (i)    Students registering for SPS304 must pay a single non-
             in 2003 and 2004 are exempt from this levy.                               refundable levy of R320,00 for additional study material.
      (iii) Students registering for any one or more of DVA301,                        Students who failed this module prior to 2003 and now
             302, 303, 304, 305 must pay a single non-refundable levy                  repeat it must pay the full levy of R320,00.
             of R250,00 for additional study material. Students who             (ii)   Students registering for SPS305 must pay a single non-
             registered for these modules in 2003 and 2004 are exempt                  refundable levy of R30,00 for additional study material.
             from this levy.                                                           Students who registered for this module in 2002 to 2004
      (iv)   Students registering for DVA302 must, in addition to the                  are exempt from this levy.
             levy specified in c(iii) above, pay an amount of R80,00 for
             further study material. Students who were registered for     (j)   Additional study material for Accounting Data Processing
             this module in 2000 to 2004 are exempt from this levy.             (i)    Students registering for DPA202 must pay a single non-
                                                                                       refundable levy of R590,00 for additional study material.
(d)   Additional study material for Astronomy (AST131)                                 Students who registered for this module in 2004 are
      (i)    Students registering for AST131 must pay a single non-                    exempt from this levy.
             refundable levy of R300,00 for additional study material.
             Students who registered for this module in 2001 to 2004      (k)   Additional study material for Comprehension Skills for Science
             are exempt from this levy.                                         (i)    Students registering for CSS101 and FDEBE2 must pay a
                                                                                       single non-refundable levy of R70,00 for additional study
(e)   Additional study material for French (FRC301)                                    material. Students who registered for this module in 2003
      (i)    Students registering for FRC301 must pay a single non-                    or 2004 are exempt from this levy.
             refundable levy of R430,00 for Authentic casse�es.
                                                                          (l)   Additional study material for Archival Science
(f)   Additional study material for Business Management                         Students registering for any one or more of ACH201, 202, 203,
      (i)    Students registering for MNS202 must pay a single non-             204, 301, 302, 303 must pay a single non-refundable levy of
             refundable levy of R220,00 for additional study material.          R300,00 for additional study material. Students who registered
             Students who registered for this module in 2002 to 2004            for any one of these modules in 2003 or 2004 are exempt from
             are exempt from this levy.                                         this levy.

(g)   Additional study material for Portuguese                            (m)   Additional study material for the Computer Entry Module (CEM101)
      (i)    Students registering for PTU101/PTP101 and PTU102/                 (i)    Students registering for CEM101 must pay a single non-
             PTP102 must pay a single non-refundable levy of                           refundable levy of R300,00 for a log book and R350,00 for
             R80,00 each for additional study material. Students who                   a courseware book.
             registered for these modules in 2002 to 2004 are exempt
             from this levy.                                              (n)   Additional study material for Russian
      (ii)   Students registering for PTU304 must pay a single non-             (i)    Students registering for RSN822 and/or RSN204 must pay
             refundable levy of R400,00 for additional study material.                 a single non-refundable levy of R130,00 for additional
             Students who registered for this module in 2002 to 2004                   study material. Students who registered for this module
                                                                                       in 2004 are exempted from this levy.
             are exempt from this levy.
                                                                                (ii)   Students registering for RSN301 and/or RSN303 must pay
                                                                                       a single non-refundable levy of R250,00 for additional
(h)   Additional study material for Italian
                                                                                       study material. Students who registered for this module
      (i)    Students registering for ITN102/ITP102, ITN201 and
                                                                                       in 2004 are exempted from this levy.
             ITN301 must pay a singel non-refundable levy of R90,00
                                                                                (iii) Students registering for RSN824 and/or RSN304 must pay
             for additional study material. Students who registered for
                                                                                       a single non-refundable levy of R300,00 for additional
             these modules in 2002 to 2004 are exempt from this levy.
                                                                                       study material. Students who registered for this module
      (ii)   Students registering for ITN201 must pay a single non-
                                                                                       in 2004 are exempted from this levy.
             refundable levy of R100,00 for additional study material
                                                                                (iv)   Students registering for RSN825 and/or RSN305 must pay
             in addition to h(i) above if they have not passed ITN102/                 a single non-refundable levy of R100,00 for additional
             ITP102. Students who registered for this module in 2002                   study material. Students who registered for this module
             to 2004 are exempt from this levy.                                        in 2004 are exempted from this levy.
      (iii) Students registering for ITN202 must pay a single non-
             refundable levy of R384,00 for additional study material.    (o)   Additional study material for Business Management
             Students who failed this module prior to 2003 and now              Students registering for MNS305 must pay a single non-
             repeat it must pay the full levy of R384,00.                       refundable levy of R250,00 for additional study material.
      (iv)   Students registering for ITN301 must pay a single non-
             refundable levy of R260,00 for additional study material     (p)   Additional study material for Computer Science and Information
             in addition to h(i) above if they have not passed ITN102/          Systems
             ITP102. Students who registered for this module in 2002            Students registering for modules in one or more of the following
             to 2004 are exempt from this levy.                                 groups must pay a non-refundable levy of R50,00 per group
      (v)    Students registering for ITN302 must pay a single non-             (excluding Group 2) for additional study material.
             refundable levy of R80,00 for additional study material.           Group 1 – CEM101 (in addition to (m) above), INF307
             Students who registered for this module in 2004 are                Group 2 – CEM101 (in addition to Group 1 and (m) above),
             exempt from this levy.                                                    INF307 – R25.00. Students who received the Windows XP
      (vi)   Students registering for ITN304 must pay a single non-                    CD in 2004 for these modules or for INF206, 207, 303, 305
             refundable levy of R535,00 for additional study material.                 or 425 are exempted from this levy.
             Students who failed this module prior to 2003 and now              Group 3 – COS111, 112, 114, 211, 214, 221, 311, 340, 351, 451,
             repeat it must pay the full levy of R535,00.                              INF205, 320
      (vii) Students registering for ITN821 must pay a single non-              Group 4 – COS321
             refundable levy of R765,00 for additional study material.
             Students who registered for this module in 2002 to 2004
             are exempt from this levy.



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(3)    Miscellaneous fees                                                                publication. This amount must be paid when a student submits his/her
                                                                                         dissertation/thesis for examination                       R275,00
(a)    Levy for students in foreign countries:

               Students who, a�er registration, change their postal
       
               address to a foreign address or examination centre to a              E2                                       Method of payment
               foreign examination centre will be liable to immediately
               pay the foreign levy as specified below.                             A:    OFFICE HOURS (Cashiers: Hall B, Cas van Vuuren Building)
              Students with an address or examination centre outside
               the RSA must pay the following additional compulsory                      07:45–15:30 (Monday – Friday)
               levy on registration:                                                     08:00–11:30 (Saturday – see D2)
               Category A: Africa
                                                                                   B:    PARTICULARS OF PAYMENT
               Category B: Rest of the world
                                                                                          NB
       Category        Levy per course    Levy per:
                                                                                   No electronic transfers of monies from a bank account to the Unisa bank
                       (consisting of one      module
                                                                                   account must be done.
                        paper)                 paper of courses on
                                                second-, third- and
                                                fourth-year level
                                                                                   (1)   Payment can only be made by bank deposit, cheque, credit card
                                                                                         (only Visa or Mastercard), Postal order, Money order, Bankdra�
       A               R540,00                        R270,00
                                                                                         or Cash and in South African Rands.
       B               R1 080,00                      R540,00                      (2)   Cash payments are only accepted if you register in person at
                                                                                         Unisa in Pretoria or at one of the Provincial centres or Regional
(b)    (i)     Supplementary examinations (per study unit):           R100,00            offices in Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Durban, Kimberley, East
       (ii)    Aegrotat and special examinations (per study                              London, Nelspruit, Polokwane or Umtata.
               unit):                                                 R100,00      (3)   Cheques should be crossed and made payable to ‘Unisa’.
                                                                                         Postdated cheques as well as a cheque on which changes have
(c)    Examination scripts and closing dates for application (per                        been made, are not acceptable.
       examination script) see G8 in Part 1 of the Calendar:                       (4)   Credit Cards are restricted to ‘Visa’ and ‘Mastercard’. All the
       (i)   Remark:                                         R190,00                     particulars required under ‘Particulars of payment’ on the
       (ii)  Checking of marks:                               R65,00                     registration form, must be supplied. If you are paying by credit
       (iii) Viewing scripts:                                R 40,00                     card then the CV number must also be given. The CV number
                                                                                         is the last three digits which appear AFTER your credit card
       NB                                                                                number on the reverse side of the credit card. The card-holder’s
Closing dates for the receipt of applications to have examination answer scripts         signature is also required on the registration form. (If your
rechecked/remarked are as follows:                                                       application is sent by post, you are NOT required to send your
October/November 2004 examination:                             10 January 2005           card to the University. However, a photostat copy of BOTH sides
January/February 2005            Supplementary examination: 28 February 2005             of the credit card must accompany the registration form.)
                                 Honours examination:          15 March 2005       (5)   Postal Orders, Money Orders and Bank dra�s should be made
May/June 2005 examinations:                                    12 July 2005              payable to ‘Unisa’.
                                                                                   (6)   Payment can also be made through Telegraphic Money Order
                                                                                         (TMO). You must state your surname, first name, address,
(d)    Complete or conditional exemption certificates issued by the                       student number (if known) and for what purpose this payment
       Matriculation Board (per certificate). The following fees are payble               is made. The TMO must be addressed to ‘Unisa’, UNISARAND
       before or on registration:                                                        for delivery and payment by the Unisarand post office.
       (i)    Issue and renewal:                                                   (7)   Bank deposits (not applicable to registrations received from
              RSA students                                       R220,00                 foreign countries) can only be done:
              Foreign students                                   R220,00                 (a)     if you already have a student number;
(e)    Graduation ceremonies (per ticket – maximum 3 per                                 (b)     in respect of student fees, examination fees (supplementary,
       graduate):                                                   R5,00                        special or aegrotat fees) and exemption fees, but no library
(f)    Dishonoured cheques for registration:                      R300,00                        charges;
                                                                                         (c)     at any branch of ABSA (No electronic transfers from one
(g)    Learning centres tutorial levy (per student per semester) R100,00                         account to the Unisa bank account can be done, however
                                                                                                 if this is done, the University will take no responsibility
(h)    Levy payable by overseas master’s and doctoral students:                                  for any delays or problems that might occur).
       If you are registering for a master’s or a doctor’s degree and                    (d)     provided the deposit slip is correctly filled in as follows:
       you are resident in an overseas country, the levy concerned is                                   Credit – Unisa Student Fees
       payable in addition to the minimum initial payment (and the                                      Dep Ref
       registration levy and/or the levy on students in foreign countries,                                      the first eight blocks are for the student
       if applicable).                                                                                           number. If the student number consists of
                                                                                                                 only 7 digits, then an ‘0’ must be filled in for
       The levy for foreign students and the levy payable by overseas                                            the first digit of the student number;
       master’s and doctoral students are not transferable and also not                                         leave one block open, then fill in the number:
       refundable.                                                                                               1000676503 for study fees
                                                                                                                 8250376007 for Matriculation exemption fees
       Students who are resident in an overseas country (countries in                                   Acc no – fill in 4048746711
       Africa excluded) and who register for a master’s or a doctor’s
       degree must annually pay this additional levy on registration.                    A student who makes use of this method of payment should note
       The amount payable for 2005 is given below:                                       that study material will be sent by post and cannot be collected
       (i)    for a master’s degree                        R3 060,00                     in person.
       (ii)   for a doctor’s degree                        R4 750,00
                                                                                         Should any of the above information on the bank deposit slip
(i)    Amount payable for the sending of a copy of the summary of an accepted            be incomplete or incorrect the transaction will not be processed
       master’s dissertation or doctoral thesis to ProQuest Information and              by the bank.
       Learning (formerly Bell and Howell Information and Learning) for



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       ABSA Bank has changed the format of their deposit slips. Should              Students may, until 1 March, change their registration from
       there be insufficient space provided for your student number and                semester 2 to semester 1 but only if they were registered for the
       the allocation number, you should write these numbers at the                  relevant module prior to the closing date for the first semester.
       bo�om of the deposit slip and advise the teller that ONE SPACE
       must be le� between the two numbers when keying them in.               (C)    YEAR PAPERS/MODULES
(8)    Internet. The registrations of students who pay their fees via
       the Internet will only be processed once verification of receipt        Students may, until 30 August and on wri�en request, cancel their
       of their fees has been received. This process takes 3 – 4 working      registration for one or more study units. If their application is received
       days.                                                                  by 15 May they will forfeit the minimum amount payable on registration
                                                                              in respect of each study unit cancelled. If their application is received
                                                                              a�er 15 May, they will remain liable for any additional amounts as


S E C T I O N                                                           F
                                                                              stipulated under E1(B)(2).

                                                                              Students may nevertheless cancel their examination entry for one or
                                                                              more study units a�er 30 August but will not receive any financial

      Semester modules, registration
                                                                              benefit from such cancellation.

                                                                                     NB

                  and cancellation                                            Students may NOT cancel their registration for the individual papers of a
                                                                              course, unless their registration for such paper is for non-degree purposes
                                                                              (NDP).

                                                                              Students who are registered for honours modules and who do not wish to cancel
 F1                  Cancellation on failure to pay fees                      all the modules for which they are registered, may not reduce their modules to
                                                                              less than two. In their first year of study, students for the DTE (Postgraduate)
          (abstract of Section D1(2)(k) in Part 1 of the                      who do not wish to cancel all their modules, must remain registered for at least
                                                                              two of the compulsory modules.
                                              Calendar)
If students fail to pay any amount outstanding on their account before        (D)    CANCELLATION OF EXAMINATION ENTRIES
the date as indicated under E1(B)(2), their registration for the respective
study units will be summarily cancelled by the University, and no             If a student cancels his/her registration or examination entry for ALL
appeal against such cancellation will be considered. In respect of each       his/her study units on or before the undermentioned dates, the year 2005
cancelled study unit, students will forfeit fees in accordance with D7        will NOT count as a year of registration for purposes of readmission to
below. Therea�er, they will be registered only for the number of study        studies.
units for which they had paid in full prior to the date as indicated.
                                                                                     First semester modules: 31 March
                                                                                     Second semester modules: 30 August
 F2                          Applications for cancellation                           Year papers/modules: 31 August

                                                                              If the students were registered for the first time at this University
       (abstract of Section D2 in Part 1 of the Calendar)                     and such registration was cancelled in full before the relevant,
                                                                              abovementioned date(s), their next application for registration is also
All applications for cancellation must be in writing and addressed to         regarded as a first registration, inter alia, for the purpose of possible
the Registrar (Academic).                                                     restrictions on the number of study units for which they may enrol.


(A)    FIRST-SEMESTER MODULES                                                 A student whose examination entry is cancelled will continue to receive
                                                                              tuition from the University and may submit assignments (where
      Students (excluding students for doctor’s and certain master’s         applicable), but NOT with a view to qualifying for admission to the
       degrees – see below) may, until 31 March and on wri�en request,        examinations.
       cancel their registration for one or more modules. In such cases
       they will forfeit the minimum amount payable on registration in
       respect of each study unit cancelled.
      Students may, however, still cancel their examination entry a�er
                                                                               F3                                        Semester registrations
       31 March but they will not receive any financial benefit from such
                                                                              The registration dates for semester modules are stated in this
       cancellation and will remain liable for the full fees in respect of
                                                                              brochure.
       the cancelled study units.
      Students may, until 1 March 2005 apply to change their
                                                                                     NB
       registration for a specific module from semester 1 to semester 2
                                                                                    Tuition for the first-semester modules commences on 24 January 2005
       without forfeiting any fees. A�er this date, students will forfeit
                                                                                     and students are advised NOT to register a�er this date.
       the minimum amount paid on registration in respect of the
                                                                                    Tuition for the second-semester modules commences on 20 June 2005
       relevant module and will be required to again pay the minimum
                                                                                     and students are advised NOT to register a�er this date.
       amount on registration for the relevant module.

(B)    SECOND-SEMESTER MODULES                                                Part 2 of the Calendar indicates the semester in which a module is
                                                                              offered. Students must register for a module only for a semester in
      Students (excluding students for doctor’s and certain master’s         which the module is offered and in which they intend to write the
       degrees – see below) may, until 30 August and on wri�en                examination
       request, cancel their registration for one or more modules. In
       such cases they will forfeit the minimum amount payable on             Students registering during 1 December 2004 to 3 February 2005 may
       registration in respect of each study unit cancelled.                  register for ALL the semester modules in which they wish to write
                                                                              examination during 2005 both in May/June 2005 as well as October/
      Students may, however, still cancel their examination entry a�er
                                                                              November 2005. Students who register for all their first- and second-
       30 August, but will NOT receive any financial benefit from such
                                                                              semester modules at the beginning of the year and later cancel any
       cancellation and will remain liable for the full fees in respect of
       the cancelled study units.

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modules will, remain liable for the fees in respect of the cancelled
modules.

Students registering a�er 3 February 2005 may ONLY register for the
second semester and for modules which are offered in that semester.

Students who, a�er 1 March 2005, change their semester offerings
(from S1 to S2 or from S2 to S1) a�er registration, forfeit the initial
amount paid for the relevant module on registration and will again
be required to pay the minimum amount in respect of the new
registration.

Students who are already registered for the 2005 academic year and
wish to register for second-semester modules are NOT required to fill
in another registration form. Such students must address a le�er to the
Registrar (Academic) (Fax (012) 429-4150) detailing the modules for
which they wish to register for the second semester.

In the following subjects, students may NOT write the examinations in
BOTH modules in the same subject on first level at the same examination
unless one of the modules is being repeated: Accounting, Business
Management, Economics, Industrial and Organisational Psychology,
Graphic Art, Two-dimensional Form and Three-dimensional Form.

Students who register for semester modules together with other
study units which have a duration of one year will still be regarded
as ‘semester students’ and will be bound by rules C4, C5, C6, F1 and
F2 above.




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                                   APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION FROM STUDY UNITS AND TRANSFER OF CREDITS: 2005


Please note that exemption is not granted from more than half of the minimum number of study units prescribed for your proposed
qualification. See C3(3)(f)(ii) in this brochure for fees payable.

Supply the following information:


1          Student number                                                               –                                   –



2          Surname and initials: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

3          Degree/Diploma that you are registering for this year at Unisa: .........................................................................................................................

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4          Complete proposed curriculum:

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5          At which university/college/technikon did you pass the study unit(s) by virtue of which exemption must be considered?

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6          Study unit(s) from which exemption/transfer must be considered (Unisa codes must be filled in here):

1           ..................................................................................................             9            ............................................................................................................

2           ..................................................................................................             10           ............................................................................................................

3           ..................................................................................................             11           ............................................................................................................

4           ..................................................................................................             12           ............................................................................................................

5           ..................................................................................................             13           ............................................................................................................

6           ..................................................................................................             14           ............................................................................................................

7           ..................................................................................................             15           ............................................................................................................

8           ..................................................................................................             16           ............................................................................................................


I hereby declare that I am fully aware that Unisa can ammend or cancel my registration if necessary, should I not qualify for exemption from the
abovementioned study unit(s).


SIGNATURE: ......................................................................................                          DATE: ............................................................................................................




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