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1 This brochure is for all students who applied for and have been accepted for a master s or doctoral qualification, as well as all re-registering master s and doctoral students who wish to register to study through Unisa in my Unisa

2 Table of contents Registration dates for 2012 A summary of Unisa s registration process Registration process Step 1 Consider the practicalities of master s & doctoral studies Step 2 Choose your modules Step 3 Calculate your fees Step 4 Register online Step 5 Pay (student fees) Step 6 Registration approval General rules for master s & doctoral students Unisa rules for students Appendices Examination centre codes Other registration form codes 2 The information contained in this brochure was accurate at the time of publication (28 November 2011). For updates, please go to the Unisa website or to the Unisa mobi site

3 Contact details Website: Mobi: myunisa: Once you are registered as a Unisa student, you can download your study material and submit your assignments online in the case of structured master s degrees with written examinations. You can also access certain information such as your academic record, cancellation requests and study fee balances. Please send individual enquiries to the different accounts to avoid delays in response and always include your student number in the subject line. addresses: for application and registration-related enquiries (prospective and registered master s and doctoral students) for the submission of the research components for examination (eg thesis) for assignment enquiries for written examination enquiries for study material enquiries for student account enquiries for graduation enquiries for assistance with myunisa for assistance with mylife accounts SMS numbers: The SMS numbers are only for students residing in South Africa. The cost per SMS is 50c. International master s and doctoral students are urged to make use of the for applications and registrations for assignments for examinations for study material for student accounts for myunisa and mylife my Unisa

4 my Unisa You are now on level 2 of your walk at Unisa. You ve already made some important decisions, but it is now essential to register if you wish to continue with master s or doctoral studies in Choose & apply During this stage, you chose, applied for and were accepted for a specific master s or doctoral qualification at Unisa. You also confirmed that you are ready for the challenges of master s or doctoral studies. If you did not apply for a specific master s or doctoral qualification or if your application was unsuccessful, you must reapply during the prescribed application period and await confirmation from Unisa that your application was successful. 2 Register (you are here) If your application to Unisa was successful, you must register online for your master s or doctoral qualification. You may only register for the qualification for which you were approved. If you no longer wish to begin your approved qualification in 2012, you will be required to reapply for a new qualification during the next application period. If you are re-registering for your master s or doctoral qualification, you must register online for the 2012 academic year during the prescribed registration period. All master s and doctoral students must register for their first and subsequent years of study. Your supervisor will advise you whether or not you are eligible for re-registration based on the progress you have made during the study year. This phase must be completed, with fees paid in full, in order to continue with your qualification. 3 Teach & learn After registration, you will be able to register on Unisa s student portal, myunisa. Here you will be able to download your study material and submit your assignments online (if you are registered for a coursework master s degree); access certain information such as your academic record, cancellation requests and study fee balances; connect with your supervisor and fellow students; and find important resources on the Unisa library s catalogue. It is here that your studies really begin. Note that the study material for the Research Proposal Module is only available online. 4 Graduate & lifelong learning During this level of the student walk, you can choose to remain in contact with the university and other alumni. In keeping with Unisa s philosophy of lifelong learning and giving back, we encourage our alumni to remain in contact with the university not only for the networking and academic opportunities that present themselves, but also to participate in the education of new students in a mentorship role. Let s begin the journey with Step 2 Register. 4

5 Register You must register now that Unisa has informed you that your application was successful. If you are re-registering for your master s or doctoral qualification, you must register online for the 2012 academic year during the prescribed registration period. 2 1 CHOOSE & APPLY REGISTER 3 LIFELONG LEARNING GRADUATE & my Unisa 4 TEACH & LEARN my Unisa

6 Registration dates for 2012 NB: All master s and doctoral students must register online. No self-help facilities are available for master s and doctoral registrations. Category Registration opens Registration closes Registrations for coursework degree modules 28 November March 2012 First-time registrations for the Research Proposal Module Re-registrations for the research component of the degree (dissertation/thesis or dissertation of limited scope) 28 November March 2012* 18 June July 2012 ** 28 November March 2012 Students who complete their Research Proposal Module before the closing date of 19 March 2012 may register for the research component for the 2012 academic year Students who complete their Research Proposal Module by 17 June 2012 may register for the Research component for the 2013 academic year. 19 March June 2012 for the 2013 academic year 13 July 2012 * Dates are subject to change for the 2013 academic year Saturdays open: 7 January 2012, 14 January 2012 and 10 March 2012 * Students registering for the Research Proposal Module during this period have until November 2012 to have their Research Proposal Module officially approved. ** Students who register during this period also only have until November 2012 to complete the Research Proposal Module. All students intending to apply for an MBL, MBA or DBL through Unisa s Graduate School of Business Leadership (GSBL) must please contact the GSBL directly for registration information Unisa offices will close at 12:00 on Friday 23 December 2011 and re-open on Tuesday 3 January No registration documentation will be accepted during this period. Note: You must pay the minimum registration fee per module or the full fee for the Research Proposal Module or the research component by the relevant closing date before your registration will be finalised for No registration will be processed if the required fees are received after the appropriate closing date. 6

7 A summary of the Unisa registration process What must I do? Consider the practicalities of master s & doctoral studies Choose your modules Calculate your fees Register online Pay What will Unisa do? Process your registration Send you your study material via courier or post (where applicable) What must I do? Join mylife and myunisa, and download your study material my Unisa

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9 Registration process There are six steps to a successful registration. Each part of the process is important in completing your registration successfully. We have therefore included information that is important for you to know at each stage. You may only register online, which means that you will be prompted when information is missing or incorrect. This will assist you in ensuring that you include all important details and upload all necessary documents when submitting your registration. We urge you to register as soon as possible, as missing or incorrect information may cause delays in the approval of your registration. Step 1 Consider the practicalities of master s & doctoral studies Page 10 Step 2 Choose your modules Page 11 Step 3 Calculate your fees Page 11 Step 4 Register online Page 12 Step 5 Pay (student fees) Page 18 Step 6 Registration approval Page 24 my Unisa

10 Step 1 Consider the practicalities of master s & doctoral studies There are a number of practicalities related to master s and doctoral studies at Unisa that you need to consider before starting the registration process. Please work through this information carefully. Do you know how long you have to complete your master s or doctoral qualification? Degree Coursework master s degree Research master s degree Doctoral degree Maximum timeframe within which to complete the qualification 3 years 4 years (a student may apply for one additional year) 5 years (a student may apply for one additional year) * You must register for a minimum of two academic years before submitting your thesis for examination purposes. Have you made arrangements to finance your studies? Structured master s degrees You will have to pay a minimum fee per module before you will be allowed to register to study through Unisa in 2012 and all outstanding amounts must be paid by the prescribed due dates. Once you have completed the modules and register for the Research Proposal Module and the dissertation, the full fees are payable at the time of registration. Go to page 18 of this brochure for the prescribed student fees for Remember that in addition to your student fees, you may also have to buy prescribed books. We suggest that you contact Unisa ( ; before you register to request an advance list of your prescribed books. You will then be able to request a quotation from one of Unisa s official booksellers. This list is available on page 72 of this brochure. Research master s and doctoral degrees If you are registering for the Research Proposal Module or the research component (dissertation of limited scope, dissertation or thesis), you must pay your fees in full before your registration will be finalised for the relevant academic year. Limited bursaries are available for national and international students. Please contact the Student Funding Directorate for more information. Is there an examination venue near you? Have you checked that there is a Unisa exam venue close to where you live? Go to page 58 of this brochure and make sure that you will not have to travel long distances to get to an exam venue. Travelling long distances to an exam venue can be both demanding on you and expensive. If you are registered for the Research Proposal Module or the research component, you will not be required to write exams. You must, however, indicate an exam venue close to where you live when you register for administrative purposes. Have you checked Unisa s provisional exam timetable? Please check the provisional examination timetable to ensure that there are no clashes for your modules. Please note that this is a provisional examination timetable and may change at the university s discretion. Are you aware of Unisa s rules for students? There are rules that govern master s and doctoral studies at Unisa (please see pages 27 to 35 of this brochure), as well as rules for all Unisa students (please see pages 41 to 56 of this brochure). Please work through this information so that you clearly understand what will be expected of you as a master s or doctoral student. 10

11 Step 2 Choose your modules You will either have applied for and been accepted for a coursework master s degree, a research master s degree or a doctoral degree. prior to registering for the Research Proposal Module, unless the curriculum indicates otherwise. complete it before they may register for the research component. research proposal. No mark is awarded for this module. You either comply or you do not comply. may not continue with your studies. Students who register between November and mid March June and July must complete the Research Proposal Module before the registration period for the next academic year commences (giving them approximately one year to complete the module) must also complete the Research Proposal Module before the registration period for the next academic year commences (giving them 5 to 6 months to complete the module) Go to the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/registration) for information on the modules related to your qualification of choice. Step 3 Calculate your fees Study fees for research master s and doctoral studies must be paid in full at the point of registration. Both the registration form and fees must be submitted online prior to the closing date for registrations. Registration must be done online. Payment may be done online or via one of the other payment channels. Please go to pages 18 to 23 for more information on the fees, closing dates for fee payments and payment options. Please read this information carefully before you register. Note: Unisa s Student Funding Directorate offers limited bursaries for national and international research master s and doctoral students. Go to the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/default.asp?cmd=viewcontent&contentid=19220) for more information on the bursary criteria and application forms. my Unisa

12 Step 4 Register online All master s and doctoral students must register online during the prescribed registration period. No hardcopy registration forms will be accepted. If you are a re-registering master s or doctoral student, you must also register online. Note: You will only be allowed to register if you are re-registering for your master s or doctoral degree, or if you applied for admission online during the prescribed application dates and received confirmation from Unisa that your application was successful. Delivery options Before you start the registration process, please choose how you would like your first study material pack to be delivered: courier or post. Please note that this selection applies only to the first study pack and that all material that follows will be sent via ordinary mail service to the South African Post Office. Once you are a registered Unisa student, you must also register on myunisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), Unisa s student portal, to access your study material online. Study material is also available on CD, free of charge, at certain of Unisa s offices. Note: All study material for the Research Proposal Module must be downloaded from myunisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), under resources. Courier Provide Unisa with your cellphone number and a physical address to which your study material package may be delivered between 08:00 and 16:00. You will be contacted by telephone to confirm a delivery time and date that is convenient. Please note that there is no additional fee to courier your study material. Post Provide Unisa with a correct address, suburb and postal code to avoid unnecessary delays. You will receive an SMS and a parcel notification from the Post Office informing you that the parcel is ready to collect. Please collect the parcel from the Post Office within 21 days of the date stamped on the parcel notification. You must have your ID with you to collect your package. If you do not collect the package it will be returned to Unisa. 12

13 Online registration Unisa s online registration process is quick and simple. By registering online, you will be prompted when information is missing or incorrect, This will assist you in ensuring that you include all important details and upload all necessary documents when submitting your registration. to obtain a student number and then use the student number to apply for admission to Unisa during the next application period. Await confirmation from Unisa that your application was successful before commencing with the registration process. - you meet all the pre-requisites and co-requisites, and that you are eligible to register for the module(s) selected - you have entered the correct module code(s). - you have indicated in which language (English or Afrikaans) you want to receive your study material. - Use the fee quotation link on the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/feequote) to obtain a total fee quotation for the cost of the modules that you have selected. - Note the minimum fee payment that must be made before Unisa will begin to process your registration. If these fees are more than you can afford, go back to your choice of modules and delete some of the modules. Please check that you still meet all the pre-requisites and co-requisites. - Note that the full fee is payable when you register for the Research Proposal Module or the research component (eg dissertation). - Repeat this process until you are comfortable that you will be able to meet the fee payments. - If you are satisfied that you can afford the modules selected, and have a credit card, you can make payment online: - If you do not have a credit card, you may pay at a Standard Bank or at a branch of the South African Post Office and fax the deposit slip to Unisa at Please use your student number as your reference number. my Unisa

14 General registration information This information should be read in conjunction with the general information and rules for master s and doctoral studies on pages 27 to 35 and pages 41 to 56 of this brochure. How long do I have to complete my qualification? Degree Coursework master s degree Research masters degree Doctoral degree Maximum timeframe within which to complete the qualification 3 years 4 years (a student may apply for one additional year) 5 years (a student may apply for one additional year) * You must register for a minimum of two academic years before submitting a thesis for examination purposes. Can I transfer from another university to Unisa? Unisa accepts students from other universities, except if the student was excluded/suspended from another higher education institution on the grounds of misconduct. If you are transferring from another university, please provide Unisa with a declaration from the previous institution that you did not submit your master s/doctoral dissertation/ thesis for examination at that institution. If you do not have a student number, you will not be able to continue with registration. Please first apply to Unisa to receive a student number in the next application period. You need to apply for admission once you have received your student or reference number. Can I register with Unisa and another university simultaneously? Unisa will accept you on condition that the modules for which you intend to register at Unisa are for non-degree purposes and that you have written permission from the other university allowing concurrent registration. You will be required to submit the written permission from the other university with your application. What should I do if I need an academic record? Send an to and request a copy of your academic record. Remember to include your student number in the subject line of all s. May I register for modules for non-degree purposes (NDP) concurrently with my master s or doctoral degree? If you are registered for a master s degree, you may also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours paper or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP) If you are registered for a doctoral degree, you may also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours paper or one master s paper or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP) You will only be allowed to register for an honours or a master s paper/module(s) if you comply with the prescribed admission requirements for the honours or master s degree concerned. An application for concurrent registration must be submitted online on the prescribed form at least three weeks before the closing date for registration for the NDP paper/module(s) 14

15 May I defer my studies to the next academic year? If you wish to defer your studies to the next academic year, please apply online (DSAR 21, page 37) before the relevant closing date for re-registration. Deferments are only granted a year at a time and for a maximum of two years during the course of study for a particular qualification. Note: No deferments will be considered once your registration for an academic year has been finalised. Any requests for deferments after your registration has been finalised will be treated as a request for cancellation. Do I have to renew my registration annually? You must renew your registration annually. Submit a new registration form online and pay the prescribed fee for the academic year. May I register for two or more formal qualifications? No. You may not register for two formal qualifications at Unisa concurrently. May I cancel any modules once I have registered? Once you have registered for a reasearch master s or doctoral degree, you may not cancel your registration for the year concerned. Once your registration has been finalised, you remain liable for payment of the full fees for the year concerned even if you cancel you examination entry for one or more of you papers or modules (if applicable). In the case of coursework master s degrees (for which fees are charged per module/paper), normal rules regarding the cancellation or reduction of modules apply - subject to the rules applicable to the specific degree. Note: Registrations for the research proposal module, short dissertation, dissertation of limited scope, dissertation or thesis may not be cancelled. May I be exempted from study units? Students may not be granted exemption from study units obtained on grounds of a completed qualification. Exemptions will only be considered for study units of incomplete qualifications on master s level. No exemptions are considered for doctoral degrees. my Unisa

16 Are there supplementary/aegrotat examinations for papers/modules on master s level? Supplementary/aegrotat examinations are limited to students registered for the MBA and MBL degrees. I am registered for the research proposal module. What do I have to do now? Students must, on receipt of confirmation of registration, register on myunisa to access their tutorial letter on how to write a proposal. A contact person s name and contact details will be provided to the student soon after registration. Are there any bursaries available for master s and doctoral students and does international (foreign) students also qualify to apply? There are limited bursaries available from the Directorate Student Funding for national and international (foreign) research master s and doctoral degree studies. Please contact them for more information on their criteria and the application forms on Does Unisa assist students with disabilities? Unisa s Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities (ARCSWiD) will assist and support students with disabilities. If you require assistance, please indicate the nature of your disability on your registration form and contact ARCSWiD as soon as possible. This will enable ARCSWiD to plan the measures necessary to support your needs. Should you need further further information about ARCSWID, please contact: Mr Pintias Nkuna ( ; Dr Siva Moodley ( ; Mr Deenadayalan Moodley ( ; 16

17 What should I do to...? You may make any of the changes below by logging on to Unisa s student portal, myunisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), and following the registration prompts. If you would prefer the university to assist you, please submit your request in writing (using the prescribed forms) either by post (The Registrar, PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003) or by fax ( ). Add study units You must apply in writing using the prescribed form or online to add study units. You must also pay the necessary fee to the university by the relevant closing date for registration. Cancel study units You may cancel a master s paper or module (excluding the research proposal module). You will, however, forfeit the applicable portion of the fees paid (this is related to the date of cancellation). Research master s and doctoral students may not cancel their studies after acceptance thereof. Change my address and/or telephone number You must submit all requests to change telephone numbers and/or postal, physical or courier addresses in writing using the prescribed form or online. Change my exam centre Requests to change examination centres must be done at least one month prior to the commencement of the respective examination period. Apply for study unit credit exemptions You cannot be exempted from more than 50% of the modules for the qualification for which you are registered. You must also have met the requisite admission requirement at the time of having passed the study units at your previous institution. No exemptions will be granted towards completed qualifications. What is recognition of prior learning (RPL)? Unisa s RPL programme allows you to gain recognition and credit for skills and learning acquired through means other than through formal learning programmes. Your skill and knowledge will be evaluated; if it is found to be relevant, you may be granted appropriate credits. RPL may thus make it possible for you to either gain access to or earn credits towards a Unisa qualification based on prior non-formal learning, thereby reducing your study time. If you are interested in RPL, please send an to my Unisa

18 Step 5 Pay (student fees) Student fees The university will not accept cash or cheques at any of its offices. Cash may, however, still be paid into the university s bank account, at any Standard Bank branch or at any branch of the South African Post Office. The government is currently investigating the subsidy for foreign students. Your attention is drawn to the fact that prescribed student fees could increase substantially in the future. The university reserves the right to charge fees in certain countries in the currency of that country. Prescribed student fees for 2012 Fees are valid for the 2012 academic year only. Prescribed student fees include registration, examinations (excluding special, sick and supplementary examinations) and admission to discussion classes. - A minimum amount is payable on registration in respect of each module or paper for which you register. - The minimum amount payable on registration is dependent on the number of individual study units for which you register. - A minimum initial amount is payable for each module. The full fees are payable when registering for the reseach proposal module and research component. - The minimum amount payable on registration will be forfeited should the relevant study unit be cancelled. Kindly note that research master s and doctoral students may not cancel their studies. Structured degree students may not cancel the research proposal module or the research component (disertation) - Note that compulsory miscellaneous fees, where applicable, are also payable on registration. These fees include the levy for students in foreign countries and levies for additional study material. After payment of the initial amount on registration, the outstanding balance must be paid before the relevant dates. - All fees must be paid into the correct allocation or else the university will not be able to process your registration. The levy for students in foreign countries must be paid in addition to the minimum initial payment on registration. A student must be in possession of a student number before registration can be processed or fees paid or deposited into the Standard Bank account. Any legal fees that arise due to actions taken by Unisa to collect unpaid student fees will be for the account of the student. NB: Please note that the University no longer banks with Absa Bank. Our new bank is Standard Bank, see account details on pages 19 and 57. Payment methods Debit cards Credit cards Unisa web credit card payments Postal orders, money orders & bank drafts Telegraphic money order (TMO) Debit card payments are only accepted if you pay or register in person at Unisa in Sunnyside/Florida or at one of the regional offices. Credit cards are restricted to Visa and Mastercard. Credit card payments are accepted if you pay in person at Unisa in Sunnyside/Florida or at one of the regional offices. Unisa web payment link: (this is a secure site). Postal orders, money orders and bank drafts should be made payable to Unisa. Students must state surname, first names, address, student number (if known) and for what purpose this payment is made. The TMO must be addressed to Unisa UNISARAND for delivery and payment by the Unisarand Post Office. Please note that these are real-time transactions. This method of payment will only be accepted if posted to the university. 18

19 Payment methods Bank deposit Bank deposits can be made at any Standard Bank branch in South Africa: (supplementary, sick or special exam fees), exemption fees, and library charges Deposit to: Unisa student deposits Bank account number: 096R Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number) leave one block open, then fill in the code number for study fees, for library fees If a cheque is deposited, also write your student number on the back of the cheque Should any of the information on the bank deposit slip be incomplete or incorrect, the transaction will not be processed by the bank and or cause delay in the allocation or transfer of funds to your account. Payments will be allocated within two days, except over weekends, to the study fees account provided that all the information on the deposit is correct. Internet/ electronic payments Please note that Unisa is a pre-approved beneficiary. Unisa on the beneficiary field. branch code details. Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number) leave one block open, then fill in the code number for study fees, for library fees Should any of the information be incomplete or incorrect, the transaction will not be processed by the bank and or cause a delay in the allocation or transfer of funds to your account. Payments will be allocated within two days, except over weekends, to the study fees account provided that all the information on the deposit is correct. South African Post Office (SAPO) Deposit reference first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number) leave one block open, then fill in the number for study fees, for library fees Provide the reference number to the SAPO cashier and state that you want to pay Unisa. International students Please note that this bank account can ONLY be used by international students. The preferred method of payment is credit card via the Unisa website. The Unisa web payment link is Alternatively, you can make payment by means of a SWIFT/EFT transfer (see bank account details below). SWIFT/EFT transfers can be made (supplementary, sick or special exam fees),exemption fees and library charges Bank: Standard Bank Beneficiary: Unisa student deposits Branch code: Swift code: SBZAZAJJ Account number: Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number) leave one block open, then fill in the number for study fees, for library fees Please note that credit card payments are real-time transactions. Submit proof of payment to or fax proof to Refunds the registered student. my Unisa. faxed to +27 (12) bursaries will be refunded to the sponsor or bursary concerned No refunds for credit balances less than R will be allowed. General The university reserves the right not to render service to students with outstanding balances. my Unisa

20 Registration cancellation dates for 2012 Research master s and students registered for the Research Proposal Module or research component (dissertation) and doctoral students may not cancel their studies after acceptance thereof Last day for cancellation of year papers/modules; minimum payment forfeited (Initial payment and second payment forfeited after this date) Last day for cancellation of year papers/modules; minimum and second payment forfeited (Full payment forfeited after this date) 15 May August 2012 A Standard Bank deposit slip Complete the deposit slip according to the table below 1 Unisa student deposits 4 Leave a block empty after your student number 2 096R 5 Reference number 3 8 digit student number a) Study fees b) Library fees

21 Prescribed student fees: master s and doctoral students Description Semester Total Minimum amount payable on registration Due by 15 March 2012 Due by 15 May 2012 Due by 15 August 2012 Subjects in Education, Law, Libraries, Museums, Psychology, Administration and Social Services Master s level Module Year R 1, R R R Paper Year R 3, R 1, R R Research Proposal Year R 3, R 3, Module/short dissertation Dissertation of Year R 6, R 6, limited scope Dissertation masters deg ree Year R 10, R 10, Doctoral level Research Proposal Year R 3, R 3, Module Thesis Year R 11, R 11, Subjects in Business; Commerce and Management Sciences; Computer Science and Data Processing; Language, Linguistics and Literature; Philosophy; Religion and Theology; and Social Sciences Studies Master s level Module Year R 1, R R R Paper Year R 3, R 1, R R Research Proposal Year R 3, R 3, Module/short dissertation Dissertation of Year R 6, R 6, limited scope Dissertation masters deg ree Year R 10, R 10, Doctoral level Research Proposal Year R 3, R 3, Module Thesis Year R 11, R 11, my Unisa

22 Prescribed student fees: master s and doctoral students (continued) Description Semester Total Minimum amount payable on registration Due by 15 March 2012 Due by 15 May 2012 Due by 15 August 2012 Subjects in Architecture and Environment Design; Engineering and Engineering Technology; Home Economics; Industrial Arts, Trades and Technology; Mathematical Sciences; and Physical Education, Health Education and Leisure. Masters level Module Year R 1, R R R Paper Year R 2, R 1, R R Research Proposal Year R 2, R 2, Module/short dissertation Dissertation of Year R 5, R 5, limited scope Dissertation masters deg ree Year R 9, R 9, Doctoral level Research Proposal Year R 2, R 2, Module Thesis Year R 10, R 10, Subjects in Agriculture and Renewable Natural Resources; Arts, Visual and Performing Arts; Health Care and Health Sciences and Life Sciences and Physical Sciences. Masters level Module Year R 1, R R R Paper Year R 2, R 1, R R Research Proposal Year R 2, R 2, Module/short dissertation Dissertation of Year R 5, R 5, limited scope Dissertation masters deg ree Year R 8, R 8, Doctoral level Research Proposal Year R 2, R 2, Module Thesis Year R 10, R 10,

23 Miscellaneous fees Supplementary, special and aegrotat examinations Remarking of examinations scripts R R Per study unit Examination scripts and closing dates for application (per examination script). Closing dates for the receipt of applications to have examination answer scripts rechecked/remarked are as follows: Checking of marks R * October/November 2011 examinations: 31 January 2012 *January /February 2012 supplementary examinations: 30 March 2012 * May/June 2012 examinations: 31 July 2012 Dishonoured cheques R Levy on students in foreign countries Category Levy per course Levy per module Students with an address or examination centre outside the RSA must pay the additional compulsory levy on registration: A R R Category A : Africa Category B : Rest of the world B R 1, R Students who, after registration change their postal address to a foreign address or examination centre will be liable to pay the foreign as specified. The levy for foreign students is not transferable and also not refundable; this rule also applies to the change of address from foreign countries to South Africa. Foreign levy on master s and doctoral students Master s degrees R4, Doctoral degrees R5, Fully payable on registration. The levy for foreign students is not transferable and also not refundable. Learning centre s tutorial levy R (Per student per semester) Library card (Smart card) R Students who are liable for the Library card fees are: * Students who apply for a card for the first time * Students who previously had a card but need a new one * Students whose previous card is lost or damaged Students who are in possession of a Library card and re-register do not need to apply or pay for a new card; the old card will be activated automatically If you indicated "YES" on the registration form with regard to the Library card, the card fees will automatically be payable upon registration as part of your minimum payment Amount forfeited in case of death prior to the examination period R 1, Visual Art Studio fee R Per semester R Full-year course my Unisa

24 Step 6: Registration approval If you submitted your registration online and pay the minimum/full student fees by the closing date for registrations, Unisa will process your registration. Unisa will inform you of your contact person/supervisor in the academic department concerned. You are advised to make contact with this person as soon as possible after registration and to download your study material via myunisa, Unisa s student portal (http://my.unisa.ac.za). 24

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27 General rules for master s & doctoral students 1 General (i) There are separate departmental brochures available on departmental websites for most of the master s and doctoral degrees, as well as the official my Unisa brochures. These publications must be read in conjunction with this brochure and the official Master s and Doctoral Teaching/Tuition Policy and Procedures on the Unisa website. (ii) This brochure is only available online should be consulted during your studies. (iii) We usually speak of a master s dissertation and a supervisor, but of a doctoral thesis and a supervisor. For the sake of convenience, the term thesis is mainly used in this part of the brochure; while the terms dissertation/dissertation of limited scope/short dissertation are used only in a few instances for the sake of clarity. Students should acquaint themselves with the general information and Rules which appear in this brochure, but it is hoped that the following comments will help students to understand the application of the more important rules. It should be clearly understood, however, that possession of the prescribed qualifications does not automatically qualify a student to register for a higher degree. A student may be required to comply with additional requirements, e.g. in the form of additional studies, an assignment or an oral or written examination, before being allowed to register. 2 Registration Phase Once a student number has been allocated to an individual, this student number will remain his/her student number at Unisa for all formal qualifications Students applying for degrees (MBL, MBA, DBL) offered by the Graduate School for Business Leadership (GSBL) must submit their applications directly to the GSBL. All enquiries related to these degrees must be directed to Tel: or Master s and doctoral students may only register online. The minimum instalment required for registration must be submitted before the relevant closing date. Students must please take note that certain degrees are by selection and have earlier closing dates than the normal registration closing dates. Any documents required for registration submitted must be included here, if not previously submitted. If approved, students who have submitted their complete application (i.e. all required documents and minimum fees) may register online. Other students will be informed of the outcome of the application and of any remaining conditions to be complied with in order to finalise their registration (e.g. fees to be paid, supplementary academic requirements to be met, etc.). Unsuccessful applicants will be informed of the outcome and, where applicable, the minimum study fees paid will be refunded. Note that the admission is only valid for the current academic year. If you do not register for the 2012 academic year you will have to re-apply for 2013 academic year in the prescribed application dates. The process outlined above may be time consuming in some cases, especially when we approach the various closing dates when most applications are invariably submitted. It is, therefore, essential that prospective students apply well in advance, especially where deadlines set by employers and sponsors have to be met. my Unisa

28 3 Additional information on the admission procedure Since the chair of the department may demand a student s entire academic record, it would be wise to submit statements online in respect of all the student s preceding degrees as well. The student may request his/her university to forward the statement directly to Unisa (quoting the Unisa student number), in which event the Registrar of this University must be notified immediately that such a request has been made. Students are expected to make suggestions of their own regarding the specific subject or field in which they would like to do research. The department will assist them in arriving at a decision, but the initial exploration of possible subjects is the responsibility of each student. When a decision has been reached, the title and/or examination topics must be submitted to the University on the prescribed form. NB: Unless otherwise decided by Senate, students who wish that their thesis or part(s) of their thesis be treated as confidential/secret, must submit a fully substantiated application, supported by the institution concerned, when the title of the projected thesis is initially submitted for approval. If it is approved that a thesis be kept confidential/ secret, the procedure to be followed will be determined by Senate. When the title is approved, the University also nominates a supervisor under whose guidance the student will work. It is desirable that, if at all possible, a student should meet his/her supervisor as soon as possible. If the meeting takes place in Pretoria, students are advised to establish contact with the relevant Subject Reference Librarian at the same time. If the meeting is conducted via , students may ask for the name and address of their Subject Reference Librarian and should contact them as soon as possible. 4 Compulsory annual renewal of registration and deferment For the duration of their studies, students must register each year by the stipulated date. Re-registration is annually subject to the recommendation of the department and may be refused in any year on the grounds of unsatisfactory progress. Students who wish to defer their studies at any stage must, before the closing date for re-registration, submit a substantiated application beforehand on the prescribed form. Such deferment will, if granted, be for a period of one year only, after which a further application must be submitted. Deferment will, at most, be granted twice. If a student does not register for a particular year (years) and did not obtain prior permission to defer his/her studies, the approved title of his/ her projected thesis will not necessarily be reserved for him/her. 5 Cancellation of studies Students who are registered for a research master s or a doctor s degree may not cancel their registration for the year concerned or reduce the number of papers or modules (if applicable) for which they have registered. Once students registrations have been accepted, they therefore remain liable for payment of the full fees for the year concerned even if they cancel their examination entry for one or more of their papers or modules (if applicable). In the case of students who are registered for the structured master s degrees (for which fees are charged per module/ paper), normal rules regarding the cancellation or reduction of study units apply - subject to the rules applicable to the specific degree. NB: registrations for the reseach proposal module, short dissertation, dissertation of limited scope, dissertation or thesis may not be cancelled. 28

29 6 Concurrent registration for postgraduate studies and a paper/module(s) for non-degree purposes Students who are registered for a master s degree, may also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours paper or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP) Students who are registered for a doctor s degree may also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours paper or one master s paper or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP) Note that students may only register for an honours or a master s paper/module(s) if they comply with the prescribed admission requirements for the honours or master s degree concerned. NB: An application for concurrent registration must reach the University at least three weeks before the closing date for registration for the NDP paper/module(s) on the prescribed form. 7 The thesis Once a student s registration has been accepted, he/she must address all correspondence in connection with the thesis itself to his/her supervisor. The University will not accept a thesis that has previously been submitted for a degree at another university. A student may, however, include material from any existing publications in the thesis, provided that it is clearly indicated as such. The general arrangement is that a student submits completed work to the supervisor, usually chapter by chapter, for perusal and comment. The thesis must be printed in the A4 or A5 format, on good quality paper which does not permit undue showthrough, using at least one and a half spacing (except footnotes and quotations which may be in single spacing) and leaving a left margin of at least 2 centimetres. The thesis must, in the opinion of the University, be neat and legible. If there is uncertainty about the printing quality or the suitability thereof, students would be well advised to submit to the Registrar a print-out of approximately two pages, to ensure that it meets the desired standards of legibility. A summary of not more than 350 words (150 words in the case of a master s dissertation) in the language in which the thesis is written forms an integral part of the thesis and must be included in the front of each copy of the thesis before the copies are bound. It must also be incorporated in the electronic copy. If the thesis is not in English, each copy of the thesis must also contain a copy of the summary in English, which must be bound in the front of the bound copies. In order to assist the Library with the retrieval of information, students must give approximately ten key terms which describe the topic of the thesis at the end of the summary of the thesis. If the thesis is not written in English, the key terms in English must be given at the end of the English summary. my Unisa

30 Title of thesis A diagnostic model for the prediction of mathematics achievement for the university students The following is an example of key terms used for a thesis: Key terms: Mathematics achievement; Academic performance; Psychometric measuring instruments; Diagnostic tests; Firstyear university students; Cognitive factors; Intelligence; Aptitude; Previous performance; Study methods; Attitudes; Interest; Anxiety; Personality; Adjustment. The title page of a master s dissertation or doctoral thesis must bear the following inscription: (Please note that if the title of the thesis is in a language other than English, an English translation must appear directly below the title) (i) (full title of the thesis)..... (ii) by (full name of the candidate)..... (iii) (1) submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of.. (2) in the subject (iii)(2) is not applicable in the case of the degrees MCompt, MMus, MInf, MVA, LLM, MPH, MCompt, MA in Clinical Psychology, MA(SS) (Mental Health), MPA, MA (International Communication), MVA, MMus, MA with specialisation in Sociolinguistics, MA with specialisation in Applied Linguistics, MA with specialisation in TESOL, MEd with specialisation in Guidance and Counselling, MEd with specialisation in Adult Education, MEd with specialisation in Comparative and International Education, MEd with specialisation in Curriculum Studies, MEd with specialisation in Early Childhood Education, MEd with specialisation in Educational Psychology, MEd with specialisation in History of Education, MEd with specialisation in Open and Distance Learning, MEd with specialisation in Philosophy of Education, MEd with specialisation in Socio-education, MEd with specialisation in Inclusive Education, MEd with specialisation in Environmental Education, MEd with specialisation in Natural Science Education, MEd with specialisation in Mathematics Education, DCompt, DPA, DMus, LLD and DBL. In the case of a Masters or a Doctor s degree in Classics (not Latin or Greek), department must be inserted in the place of subject.) and it shall read: in the Department of (3) at the University of South Africa (iv) (1) Supervisor (2) Co-supervisor (if applicable)..... (v) Date submitted

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