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Centre for Business Management (CBM)

Registration requirements and procedures for Insurance courses

Registration dates

Registration for the 2015 Programmes opens on 24 November 2014 and closes on 23 January 2015 for admission to the first semester, and from 1 June until 30 June 2015 for the second semester. No late registrations will be allowed.

NB Please only make application for entry to one semester on the application form. Submit your application for enrolment for the second semester on a separate form, by mid-year and not as part of your application for enrolment in the first semester.

  • Click here to download the registration form (PDF).

Process for applicants

  • The Application for Registration with all the applicable sections duly completed and signed by the candidate.
  • Copy of Identity Document for South African applicants (or Passport by Non-South African applicants).
  • Copy of academic records.

Registration documents can be sent in the following ways:

  • Via email to pins@unisa.ac.za:
    If emailed, you will receive an automated acknowledgement of receipt. Please use the above address/fax number only and not any of the other addresses or fax numbers.

  • Via fax to 086 693 7433
    Please send the documents once only. If you are uncertain whether the documents transmitted properly and completely, rather query this by email or fax at the above address/ fax number, or telephone 012 352 4228/4377.

Payment

Only after you have been registered (and allocated a student number) should payment of the fees be made. As soon as you have been registered you will receive an email message or letter, quoting the student number that has been allocated and giving details of the amount payable and the applicable banking details.

NB: If your employers have agreed to pay the tuition fees, either by means of a loan or a bursary, you must pass the letter and any subsequent statements to them. Failure to do so may result in the fees not being paid or correctly allocated and your registration may be cancelled and/or you may not be allowed admission to the examinations.