UNISA Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical (Environmental) Course
|Maximum time to complete this qualification:||3 years|
Qualification admission requirements
Your admission to Unisa is dependent on you meeting the specific admission requirements for your chosen qualification.
A National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in Chemical Engineering OR National Higher Diploma in Chemical Engineering (T4) OR National Diploma: Chemical Engineering (T3 diploma: 3 semesters UoT training plus 3 semesters’ work integrated learning) PLUS the following 3 bridging units: Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) (CEM321B CEM3PRB or CEMPRB3); Thermodynamics: Chemical Engineering III (TDC341P or TDC3601); Chemical Process Design: Principles III (CPD371S or CPD3601), or a minimum of 50% of the completed qualification that satisfy the vocational requirement of the specific B-Tech qualification. Foreign Chemical Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval.
Pay the application fee once you’ve received your student number:
- R105 for online applications
- R160 for hard copy applications
Please note that this application fee is non-refundable even if you decide not to study through Unisa or do not qualify for admission to Unisa.
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Applications for admission to undergraduate higher certificates, diplomas & degrees, advanced certificates, advanced diplomas, the Postgraduate Certificate in Education & BTech degrees will be open from August – September
Applications will however close earlier on August for the following two qualifications:
- Bachelor of Social Work (90088)
- Higher Certificate in Social Auxiliary Work (90011)
- Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission.
- Unisa will inform you of the outcome of your application. If successful, Unisa will indicate for which qualification you have been accepted and will offer you a space for the period for which you have applied (ie either semester 1 or semester 2).
- You must accept or decline Unisa’s offer within the prescribed period of time.
- If you accept Unisa’s offer, you must register for the period for which you have been granted admission (ie semester 1 or semester 2). Should you not register for the relevant semester of study, you will need to re-apply for admission during the next application period.
Additional support for this qualification via TVET colleges
Unisa has an agreement with various Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges to offer classes in a selected number of qualifications. These classes have proved to generally improve the throughput rate of students who enrol for them.
Take note of the following:
- Make sure that your TVET college of choice offers support in your qualification.
- Apply for admission during Unisa’s application period via your TVET college or via Unisa.
Unisa will send the necessary information about registration dates and the registration process to all successful applicants who have confirmed their acceptance of Unisa’s offer. Visit www.unisa.ac.za/register for registration information