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Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL)

SBL payment details

 
Individual students only (Unisa student deposits)

Cash/cheque deposits

No cash or cheques will be accepted at the Unisa offices. Cash or cheques can, however, still be paid into the bank account of the University at any Standard bank branch in South Africa.

Beneficiary: Unisa Student Deposits
Bank: Standard Bank
Account number: 096R
Branch code: 010645
Reference:

Your 8-digit Student Number 300077403
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFERS

Electronic Fund Transfers

Unisa is a preapproved beneficiary (select from your bank’s list of preapproved beneficiaries).

Reference:

Your 8-digit Student Number 3000774039
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFERS

Credit Card Payment

The alternate method of payment for national or international students is via the Unisa website. The web payment link is as follows: https://registration.unisa.ac.za/info/payment/index.html.

Reference:

Your 8-digit Student Number 3000774039
NB: Leave one space open between student number and allocation ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFERS

E-mail proof of payment to sblregistrations@unisa.ac.za and/or sblfinance@unisa.ac.za (The SBL has cheque card and credit card facilities available)

 
Corporate clients/bulk payments
 

Beneficiary: Unisa Student Deposits
Bank: Standard Bank
Account number: Please contact +27 11 652 0313 or +27 11 652 0226 or +27 11 652 0262
Branch code: 010645
Reference: 3000774039 COMPANY NAME
NB: A list of students with student numbers and amounts should be e-mailed to schwaae@unisa.ac.za or faxed to +27 86 624 2172

 
Foreign students
 

Beneficiary: Unisa Student Deposits
Bank: Standard Bank
Account number: Please contact +27 11 652 0313 or +27 11 652 0226 or +27 11 652 0262
Branch code: 010645
SWIFT code: SBZAZAJJ
Reference: STUDENTNR 3000774039

 
Application of Unisa SBL financial policies (summary)

Tuition and fees payment

  1. Applicants (including sponsored students) must pay the full initial amount indicated in the programme brochure before they are enrolled in any SBL programme offering.
  2. For applicable programmes the balance must be paid in three installments:  25% by 15 March, 25% by 1 June and 25% by 15 August.
  3. Unsettled accounts are subject to financial blocks or cancellations. Accounts that are cancelled or blocked will not have access to myUnisa. It is the responsibility of students to notify SBL of any change of address, phone number, etc. to facilitate correct and timeous billing.

Repeaters

100% of tuition and applicable fees, levies and study materials are payable upon registration.

Withdrawals and financial liability

Registered students who wish to withdraw from any SBL programme or offering for any reason must do so in writing to the Programme Administrator; otherwise they are liable for the applicable financial penalties:

  1. Before programme commencement date and with study materials intact:  initial amount will be refunded.  Levies are non-refundable
  2. After programme commencement date but before 15 March will result in a liability equal to 50% of tuition, 100% of study material, fees and levies
    For MBL students, withdrawal after programme start date, but before 15 May, will result in liability equal to fees and levies, and 50% tuition.
  3. After 15 March, will result in a liability equal to: 100% of tuition.  And 100% of study materials as well as 100% of levies
    For MBL students, withdrawal after 15 May, but before 15 August, will result in liability equal to the full fees and levies, and 75% of tuition.
  4. After 15 March will result in liability for 100% of costs.

Clarification on the application of the financial cancellation policy at the SBL

The Unisa policy on financial cancellation appliew to the SBL with the following clarifications:

  • Accounts with balances greater than R500 after final due date will be cancelled.
  • On cancellation, the delinquent account is credited with the final 25% of study fees. To be reinstated, the student must pay the full amount outstanding before the account was cancelled.

Study materials

100% of the cost of all study materials must be paid prior to enrollment. Study materials may be fully refunded if cancellation of studies occurs prior to the start date of a programme, and if returned in original package within three weeks of registration.

Sponsorships and tax invoices

To facilitate preparation, organisations sponsoring students or requesting tax invoices must include the following information as applicable:

  1. A Letter of Sponsorship (available on the SBL website) wherein the sponsor unequivocally assumes financial liability for the total or stated amount of the costs of studying. On the basis of
  2. a sponsorship letter, Unisa/SBL will hold the sponsor legally responsible for the amount in the letter even if a cohort terminates his/her relationship with the sponsor. Unisa/SBL reserves the right to require a Memorandum of Agreement to obtain the condition above.
  3. Full trading name of organisation
  4. Postal address of organisation
  5. VAT Number (if exempt, please indicate)
  6. Full name and official title of account representative
  7. Costs or amount for which organisation is responsible
  8. Full name of each student and student number (the national ID if a student number has not been issued.)
  9. Fax number or e-mail address where copy of invoice may be sent to

To facilitate quick and correct allocation of payments to student accounts, please follow the instructions after in “Payments and Banking Information” section above. Note that SBL banking information or instructions are now included on all invoices.