Unisa Payment methods and banking details

By | January 23, 2024

Unisa Students Can Make Cash and Direct Bank Deposits at FNB and ABSA.

If you are a Unisa student looking to pay fees, you can make a cash or direct bank deposit at any First National Bank (FNB) or ABSA Bank branch in South Africa.

As a pre-approved public beneficiary, Unisa banks with both FNB and ABSA.

To ensure that your payment is processed correctly, make sure to follow these instructions when filling out the deposit slip:

  • Deposit reference: The first eight blocks should be your student number. If your student number only has seven digits, fill in a “0” as the first digit. Leave one block open, then fill in the appropriate code for the fee type you are paying:
    • 5400374721 for study fees
    • 3000774039 for SBL student fees
    • 5400374225 for library fees
  • Deposit to: Unisa Student Fees
  • Bank account number: Unisa Student Fees

Please note that if any information on the deposit slip is incomplete or incorrect, the bank may not process the transaction, which could result in a delay in the allocation or transfer of funds to your account.

Unisa cannot be held liable for such delays.

Payments will be allocated to your study fees account within two to ten working days, provided that all the information on the deposit slip is correct.

It is important to note that Unisa does not accept cheques as a form of payment.

Making a cash or direct bank deposit is a convenient way for Unisa students to pay their fees.

Follow these instructions to ensure that your payment is processed accurately and without delay.

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