Unisa Short Course Registration 2024/2025
Unisa Short Course Registration 2024/2025
Registration for Unisa Short Courses 2024–2025: Unlock New Possibilities:
The short courses offered by Unisa are tailored to accommodate a variety of hobbies and professional goals. The short courses offered by Unisa contain something for everyone, whether you’re trying to learn new skills, keep up with current business trends, or pursue a hobby.
The Short Learning Programmes (SLPs) at Unisa are non-degree, introductory, practical programmes designed to quickly and effectively build knowledge and abilities in a particular subject area. They aim to update or expand students’ knowledge and skills in a particular field by going through the most important foundational ideas. The “just enough” learning strategy used by SLPs means that they are created to satisfy a prospective student’s particular learning needs or a certain employment requirement. The SLPs are provided and managed by the Centre for Lifelong Learning, which is housed inside the several academic divisions of Unisa’s colleges.
If you are looking to enhance your skills, acquire new knowledge, or increase your career prospects, then The University of South Africa (UNISA) offers a wide range of Short Learning Programs (SLPs) designed to cater to your educational needs. If you’re considering enrolling in UNISA’s Short Learning Programs for the 2024/2025 academic year, this article is your guide.
Unisa Short Course Registration Date 2024/2025
- All prospective students seeking to enrol in a short learning program at Unisa for the academic year 2024/2025 are to register before the registration deadline. Applications and registrations for short learning programmes for 2024 will open in November 2023. This site will be updated as information becomes available.
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Unisa Short Learning Programs Available For Registration In 2024/2025
Below are the list of SLPs offered at Unisa:
- Advanced Corporate Law and Securities Law (76228)
- Advanced Course in Diplomacy Studies (77116)
- Advanced Course in Good Governance in Africa (77112)
- Advanced Course in Humanitarian and Development Leadership (77119)
- Advanced Course in Intelligence Management (77115)
- Advanced Course in Security Management on the African Continent within a Global Context (77117)
- Advanced Course in Thought Leadership for Africa’s Renewal (77114)
- Advanced Course in the Facilitation of Learning for Tutors in Higher Education (76700)
- Advanced Programme in Children s Rights (76959)
- Advanced Programme in Dynamics of Peace and Conflict in Africa (77118)
- Advanced Programme in Policy Making and Analysis for Africa’s Development (77113)
Advanced Short Course:
- Advanced Short Course in Africa and Marine Law (77086)
- Advanced Short Course in Intellectual Property Management and Innovation (76818)
- Course In Agricultural and Food Law of South Africa (77076)
- Course in C++ Programming (70181)
- Course in Computer Networks (70025)
- Course in Ethics for Industrial and Organisational Psychology Practice (77010)
- Course in Foundation Music Theory (76998)
- Course in Fundamental Accounting (70866)
- Course in Fundamentals of Banking and Risk Management (72176)
- Course in Personal Financial Management (71056)
- Course in Share and Forex Trading (76988)
- Course in Taxation (70971)
- Course in Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults (71987)
- Course in The Application of Climate-Smart Agriculture as a Sustainable Agricultural Practice (77098)
- Course in the Introduction to Corporate Governance (71978)
- Course in the Introduction to Java Programming (70602)
- Course in the Introduction to Supply Chain Management (77047)
Registrants are to upload the following documents:
- Copy of your school qualifications (e.g. National Senior Certificate)
- Copy of your official tertiary academic record(s) (if applicable) (internet copies will not be accepted)
- Copy of your ID document (RSA students) or ID/passport (international students)
- Copy of your marriage certificate (if applicable) or divorce decree (if applicable)
- Sworn translations of documents if they are not in English or Afrikaans
- Any additional documents as may be required for a specific Short Learning Programme
- Apply online for all Short Learning Programmes.
- Click here for guidelines on how to apply.
- Upload supporting documents
- Everyone applying for a new Short Learning Programme must submit the required documents. The due date for uploading the required documents is the closing date for applications. No documents submitted after the closing date for applications will be accepted.
- Unisa does not provide scanners or electronic devices. Please ensure that your documents are scanned and uploaded to an electronic device before starting the application process.
- Please ensure that your application is complete. No incomplete applications will be accepted.
For more enquiries and in-depth information, use the below contact details to contact Unisa:
- 0800 00 1870
Contact details for student assistance and service
- 0800 075 278
- Main campus:
Preller Street, Muckleneuk Ridge, Pretoria
- Sunnyside campus (applications, registrations & learning centre):
Cnr Justice Mahomed & Steve Biko Streets, Sunnyside, Pretoria
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