Jan/Feb UNISA Exam Results 2022
Jan/Feb UNISA Exam Results 2022 PDF Download. Get the most up-to-date information on UNISA Exam Results 2022 at the University of South Africa: Students who took the UNISA Exam Results 2022 will be able to see their exam results. Candidates can know the results from its official University Examination and School Inspection Authority website as well as using below given instructions in this post.
UNISA Exam Results 2022 Release Date
|Examination period||Date of release|
|January / February 2021||19 March 2021|
|May / June 2021||TBC|
|October / November 2021||17 December 2021|
- Final examination result letters will be printed and mailed to students on the dates above.
- Final examination results will be released as they become available on myUnisa.
- No results will be released to a candidate before he / she has returned all books borrowed from the University Library and settled any outstanding fees.
- No results will be given telephonically by academic or administrative members of staff .
- No timetables for supplementary exams will be made available if fees or Library books are owed.
Where to check UNISA Exam Results 2022
- E-mail: Register on myUnisa and choose e-mail as your preferred method of receiving your findings.
- Posted: After the official date of release/printing, hard copies of the examination results are mailed to each candidate.
Confirmation of completion of qualification: Please note that confirmation of completion of qualifications for students who wrote examinations in
- January / February 2021 will be made available as from the end of April 2021.
- May / June 2021 will be made available as from the end of August 2021.
- October / November 2021 will be made available as from the end of February 2022.
About Unisa: Unisa is the largest open distance learning institution in Africa and the longest standing dedicated distance education university in the world. We enrol nearly one-third of all South African students.
Founded in 1873 as the University of the Cape of Good Hope, the institution became the first public university in the world to teach exclusively by means of distance education in 1946. Throughout the years, Unisa was perhaps the only university in South Africa to have provided all people with access to education, irrespective of race, colour or creed. This vibrant past is mirrored in our rich history, more particularly our massive and impressive database of alumni, some of whom are to be found in the most senior levels of society across the world.
For more information visit official website UNISA Examination Results 2022