How does UNISA Year Modules Work

How does UNISA Year Modules Work

how does unisa year modules work

semester/year course examinations

Semester Examinations

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Semester / module examinations are written twice annually:

  • First semester: May / June
  • Second semester: October / November

Examinations for modules which are offered in semesters are written in May / June with the supplementary and aegrotat examinations being written in October / November. Examinations for the second semester are written in October / November with the supplementary and aegrotat examinations being written the following May / June.

Semester examinations are held in the modules of the MBL degree (first and second years of the new curriculum, and second and third years of the old curriculum).
The examinations in the modules of the first semester for the MBL degree are written in May/June, with the supplementary and aegrotat examinations (for students who qualify – see Rule PC21(6) in Part 4 of the Calendar) being written in October/November. The examinations in the modules of the second semester for the MBL degree are written in October/November, with the supplementary and aegrotat examinations (for students who qualify) being written the following January.