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Unisa Tutorial Support

For only R100 per semester for modular courses or R200 per year for year courses, you can enrol for tutorial contact classes. We offer 15 hours for a semester module (maximum 3 per semester) or 30 hours for year courses (maximum three per year). Tutorial contact classes are available at the Cape Town campus. You will receive a sms to inform you of the first tutorial for each module. Weekly tutorial schedules will be available on our website,, as from February 2011.

ACCESS MODULES Introduction to Economic and Management Environment (INM1013 & INM1024) Introduction to Theory of Law (ILW1501) Learning and Language Skills (LSK0108) Thinking skills (TSK011U) COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY End-User Computing (EUC131T) Information Systems (INF1505, INF1520) Mathematics (MAT1511, MAT0511, MAT1581)) Statistics (STA1510, STA1610) COLLEGE OF LAW Administrative Law (ADL2601) Civil Procedure (CIP2601 & CIP3701) Collective Labour Law (LLW 2602) Commercial Law (CLA1501, CLA1502, CLA2601) Constitutional Law (CSL2601) Criminal Law (CRW1501) Individual Labour Law (LLW2601) Introduction to the Theory of Law (ILW1501) Law (FLS1501) & FLS1502) Law of Evidence (EVI3701, EVI3702)) Mercantile Law (MRL2601, MRL3701) Origins and Foundations of the South African Private Law (PVL1501, PVL2601) Skills for Law students (SCL1501)

COLLEGE OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES Accounting (FAC1502, FAC1503, FAC1601, FAC2601, FAC2602, ACN203S, FAC3704, ACN306Y, ACN3084, FAC1501) Accounting systems in a Computer environment (AIN1501, AIN2601) Auditing (AUE2601, AUE301P, AUE302Q) Business Management (BSM1501, BSM1602, MNB1501, MNB1601, MNG301A, MNG302B, MND204T) Decision Sciences (DSC1520, DSC1630, QMI1500) Economic and Management Environment ( INM1013, INM1024) Economics (ECS1501, ECS1601, ECS209J, ECS201A, ECS202B, ECS203C) Financial Management (MNF2023) Finance & Risk Management (INV2601, MNK203R) General Management (MNG2016) Human Resource Management (MNH202C) Industrial Psychology (IOP1501, IOP1601, IOP201Q, IOP202R) Income Tax (TXN201B, TXN202C, TXN213F/203D) Marketing Management (MNM202Y) Public Administration and Management (POM101P, PMA111W, PUB1501) Taxation (TAX1501)

COLLEGE OF HUMAN SCIENCES African Languages (AFL1501) Communication (COM1501 & COM1502) Criminology (CMY1501, CMY1502, CMY1503) Development Studies (DVA1501 & DVA1601) English (ENN101D, ENN102E, ENN103F, ENN106J, ENN1504, ENN204K, LSK0108, TSK011U) English Teacher Education (EED101F, EED102G) Education (EDT101G, EDT102H, EDT1601) Human Resource Management (RME101Q) Psychology (PYC1501, PYC1502, PYC2601, PYC2602, PYC3701, PYC3702, PYC3703, PYC3704) Social Work (SCK1501 & SCK1502) )

Cape Town Campus

Please note that should we have 15 students registered for modules that do not appear on the list above, we will attempt to offer Video-conferencing tutorials if we are able to source tutors in other regions.

ly asked questions...frequently asked questions...frequently

What are tutorials? Tutorials are part of the additional student support that Unisa provides. The purpose of these sessions is to broaden students' understanding of the subject and to provide students with the opportunity to interact with a content tutor in an interactive, face-to-face setting. In these sessions, tutors provide students with the necessary guidance on how to approach difficult areas in selected study units and course content. Through these tutorial sessions, Unisa students are encouraged to submit their assignments in time, prepare adequately for the examination sessions and to gain most in their studies. Do I pay additional fees for tutorials? Tutorial fees are additional to the study fees paid. Students are required to pay R100 per semester for 3 modules ­ not R100 per module. Each semester module will comprise of 15 hours of tutoring. For R100 paid, students will receive a total of 45 hours of tutoring (if three modules were to be selected). For year modules students pay R200 per year for 3 modules. Year modules comprise of 30 hours tutoring. For R200.00 paid, students will receive a total of 90 hours of tutoring (if three modules were to be selected). How many modules may I choose? Students may only choose 3 modules of tutorial tuition, regardless of the number of modules chosen on a course level. No additional fees will be accepted to attend additional tutorials sessions. How do I register to attend tutorials? The tutorial enrolment form and the Learning Centre's banking details are available on Unisa's website. The following link will take you directly to the relevant page: Print and complete the enrolment form. Bring the completed enrolment form and proof of payment of R100 or R200 paid to the Learning Centre to obtain your tutorial access card. You need a valid tutorial access card for 2011 to be able to access your tutorial classes. How do I go about paying for tutorials? You may pay your tutorial fees at the cashiers at the Parow campus in the course registration area. The cashiers are only available from 8h00 to 15h30 on week days. We strongly encourage students to pay their tutorial fees at the time when they pay their course registration fees. This will prevent you from being part of yet another queue. Alternatively you may pay your fees via EFT. The payment details you will find on the example of the deposit slip provided in the registration form provided in the link under the previous heading. When are tutorial classes offered? Tutorials are offered on Saturdays from 8h00 to 16h30 and during the week from 17h30 to 21h30. The duration of each session in 2 hours. You might find that some of your tutorials are offered on Saturdays and some during the week in the evenings. This is mainly to avoid subject clashes and to enable you to attend tutorials for the 3 modules you have chosen. How will I know when the tutorials start? Tutorials will only start each semester after the course registration closing date. Tutorials can only start as soon as we have 15 students registered for a module. Therefore not all modules will start on the same date. We strongly encourage students to register early and not wait until they know the classes have started as this delays the starting date. If tutorials start too close to or after the 1st assignment submissions date, you might not be able to fully benefit from the tutors' assistance with the assignment. Many tutorials start in February of the 1st semester and other modules, especially the year modules, will start after March at the end of course registrations. Students will receive a sms to announce the date and time of the very first tutorial for each module. No sms' will be sent for the tutorial classes to follow. Students may consult the tutorial schedules on the website indicating the date, time and venue for each module: This is a very reliable source of tutorial information we update daily. If the version at the top of the schedule has changed since the last time you consulted the website, changes were made to the schedules. Please check for any changes to your modules. How will I know what my tutorial schedules are once classes have started? Your tutor will provide you with a schedule for each module indicating the dates for your tutorials and the topics that will be covered in each tutorial. You may access the website to find confirmation each week for tutorials to be conducted the following week. Updated schedules will be on the website every Tuesday afternoon for the upcoming Saturday's schedule and every Thursday for the following week's evening classes. The Learning Centre does not provide students with tutorial schedules as your tutor will provide you with a copy of each module's schedule for the entire semester or year and you have daily access to the website for confirmation. Do I need a separate access card for tutorials? Once you have registered and paid for your tutorials, the Learning Centre will issue you with a tutorial access card. This card is different from the one you received when you registered for your course. The tutorial access card does not contain a photograph and is issued at the Learning Centre counter and not at the Registration counter. The tutorial access card will only grant you access to the venues in which your tutorials are offered and not to the library or computer labs. The 3 modules you have registered for are indicated on your tutorial access card. What happens if I do not have my tutorial access card with me? Note: You will not be allowed to attend your tutorials if you do not have your card with you. When students arrive at the entrance of the Unisa building, the security staff will request you to show your tutorial access card. If you cannot present your tutorial access card, you will not be granted access to any of the venues. Students are turned away if they do not have their tutorial cards with them and this causes great disappointment. BUT it is your responsibility to ensure you have your card if you want to attend the classes. Students have to treat their tutorial access cards in a similar way as a bus or train ticket. Where do I attend tutorial classes? Tutorials are offered at the Cape Town campus in Block A and Block B. Address: 15 Jean Simonis Street , Parow. How do I contact the Learning Centre? You may contact the Learning Centre telephonically on 021 936 4154 or via email, [email protected] Please note: The Learning Centre will not send you registration forms via fax or email. We again urge students to consult the website for the necessary registration forms and tutorial schedules as the telephone lines are extremely busy during the first 3 months of the course registration periods and may cause students to become frustrated.


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