Outcry over Unisa’s new timetable

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Unisa recently made changes to their academic year, sparking fears among many students regarding their workload.
Unisa recently made changes to their academic year, sparking fears among many students regarding their workload.
Moeketsi Mamane

New rules and methods introduced by the University of South Africa (Unisa) for the 2021 academic year have left many students feeling overwhelmed.

Among the students’ main concerns raised are that they are now required to write all exams starting from September up until December and have to complete all assignments, including second semester modules, by July, according to timetables submitted by the students.

“This really puts us in a difficult situation as we are not used to a workload like this.

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