How much does a module cost at Unisa?

How much does a module cost at Unisa?

The cost depends on the qualification, obviously, as well as the number of modules you choose. The average student registers for between 4 and 6 modules per year at a cost of between *R1 743,00 and *R6 722,00 per module (*these amounts are subject to change). The module costs do not include your prescribed books.

How much does Pgce cost at Unisa?

All in all, the cost of doing a PGCE at Unisa is R21 660. This refers to study fees only and excludes additional costs (library fees, miscellaneous fees, textbooks, etc). Note that these are study fees for 2019 and they are subject to change.

How many modules do you get per semester at Unisa?

Students are limited to the registration of 5 modules per semester. To facilitate the single registration, the prerequisites have been amended to co-requisites for most modules, with certain exceptions as determined by individual colleges.

How do I register 10 modules at Unisa?

To add a module, login to myUnisa (, choose the myAdmin link, click on Student Admin and Register Additional Modules.

Who qualifies for PGCE at Unisa?

The PGCE serves as a professional ‘capping’ qualification for candidates who have completed an appropriate 360 or 480 credit Bachelor’s degree other than the BEd. The qualification accredits the development of professional competence reflexively grounded in educational theory.

Can I study for free at Unisa?

Unisa has announced the rules for students to study for free in 2018. After an announcement by President Jacob Zuma on December 16 that poor and working-class students will get free higher education, Unisa responded on December 24 with an explanation how this will work for students in 2018.

Does Unisa offer PGCE in 2021?

Applications to study for Postgraduate Certificate in Education in 2021 are now open for both internal and external applications. INTERNAL APPLICANTS are students currently registered at UNISA for the 2021/2022 academic year. EXTERNAL APPLICANTS refer to any graduate who meet requirements for the qualification.

Does Nsfas pay for PGCE?

NSFAS does not give funding for PGCE in 2021, according to the DHET Bursary Rules and Guidelines. Therefore, there will be no NSFAS Application for PGCE in the 2022-2023 academic year Fundings.

What happens if you fail 2 modules?

If you fail a module twice you will not be able to continue on your course. You will have to withdraw or see if it is possible to transfer to a different course.

What are 60 credits?

The required amount of credits during a year is 60 credits, that means 30 credits per semester. Usually, you would have around four mandatory courses during a semester, with each course worth an average of 7.5 credits.

How do I select a module when registering at Unisa?

Click on the modules from the drop-down list for which you want to register.

  1. meet all the pre-requisites and co-requisites for the selected module.
  2. enter the correct module code.
  3. select the correct semester (1 = first semester; 2 = second semester)

How do I select a module at Unisa?

How to Choose Modules at Unisa

  1. Meet All the Pre-Requisites and Co-Requisites for The Selected Module.
  2. Enter the Correct Module Code.
  3. Select the Correct Semester (1 = First Semester; 2 = Second Semester)
  4. Indicate in Which Language You Want to Receive Your Study Material (English or Afrikaans)

How much does it cost to do a PGCE at UNISA?

All in all, the cost of doing a PGCE at Unisa is R21 660. This refers to study fees only and excludes additional costs (library fees, miscellaneous fees, textbooks, etc)

Can I register more than one PGCE module with the eng1514?

Students registering the ENG1514 may register a MAXIMUM of FIVE PGCE modules concurrently with the NDP registration and will only be able to register the remaining five modules once the ENG1514 has been successfully completed. UNISA reserves the right to cancel PGCE modules registered in excess of this number.

What does PGCE mean?

Unisa’s Postgraduate Certificates in Education (PGCEs) Unisa’s Postgraduate Certificates in Education (PGCEs)

How many years does it take to complete the PGCE?

The MAXIMUM number of years in which the PGCE qualification may be completed is THREE years. The qualification is a professional ‘capping’ qualification for educators in schools. Teachers are members of a profession whose definitive aim is to enable systematic learning.