If you are reading this you probably want a better matric so that you can gain entry to UNISA. A UNISA Matric upgrade is not a straightforward thing, but you do have options.
There are many paths to studying at University and this article will explore a few.
Can I do a matric upgrade at UNISA?
No, you can’t do your matric at UNISA. However, there are many ways that you can gain entry to UNISA.
You can either upgrade your matric, if you wrote your senior certificate prior to 2008, or you can go back to study the year again to gain better marks. You also need to check what subjects your chosen qualification requires to see if you are studying the right subjects.
However, having a good matric is not the only way to get into UNISA.
Choose a lower qualification
You can also choose to study a lower qualification than a Bachelors, such as a certificate or diploma. As you complete the certificate it can give you entry to the diploma.
Once you complete the diploma this can give you entrance to the bachelors degree.
This is a very well established way of doing things if you do not have a matric. You just need to check your chosen qualification very carefully for entry requirements so you can plot your way
Choose another institution
There are many other options where you can study without matric. Many of these will give you entry to UNISA later on once you get to a higher level.
NOTE: Remember to check with UNISA before starting a qualification at a different institution whether or not the course will give you entrance to UNISA. Each qualification at UNISA will have different entrance criteria, and you have to be very careful that you are on the right path if you are seeking to eventually end up at UNISA.
What can I study without matric
There are many courses you can study without matric. Many people worry that they will never get a proper career as they never managed to complete matric, or they have a weak senior certificate.
Do not give up hope!
Our favourites that we recommend are CIMA qualifications for anyone wanting to be a management accountant, or an ICB diploma qualification.