Full details on UNISA Banking

The University of South Africa, known as UNISA offers a high quality form of education and it embraces both national and international students.

UNISA has over 400,000 students, including international students from 130 countries worldwide, making it one of the world’s mega universities and the only such university in Africa.

However, enrollment isn’t free and there are several ways to financially secure your place in the school.

UNISA management has provided means for fee payment. Check out list below to see the various acceptable ways fees payment can be made:

1. Debit cards

2. Credit cards

3. Electronic Funds Transfer 

4. UNISA credit card payments on the web

5. Postal orders and money orders

6. Telegraphic money order

7. Bank deposits

8. Payment by sponsors, donors, employers, and bulk payments 


  • Ensure you have a student number
  • Specify the type of fee you want to pay including study fees and examination fees among other charges.
  • Complete your payment with the following banking details:

Bank: Standard Bank

Beneficiary: UNISA student deposits

Account number: 011554622

Swift code: SBZAZAJJ

Branch code: 010645

Provide the following codes;

  • Study fee code number: “5400374721”
  • Library fee code number: “5400374225”
  • Matriculation exemption code: “5352X74608”
  • Application fee code number: “5370810030”

Proof of payment should be sent to this link: [email protected]

REFUND: In other to get a refund, international and local students should access and download the refund form through the respective links provided. After filling the form, submit it to the email: [email protected]  15 working days from the day of submission. However,  the University does not refund credits below R100. While miscellaneous payments are not refundable, learners must attach payment proof(s) for all defaulted amounts.

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