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Old 06-05-2013, 07:09 AM
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I am interested in getting more degrees in my spare time, as I truly miss being out of college now and the challenges of academia. With that said, I am without debt from school and doing good financially which I would hate to adversely affect with traditional school costs and schedules.

I have ran into the University of South Africa (UNISA) which seems to be from my initial research a fully accredited distance learning and brick and mortar University in SA that is extremely affordable for BA/BS/MS/PhD/etc.

My questions are for those who have deep understand of the University and its credentials and/or current/former students of UNISA.

What degree did you get?

Total cost for degree obtained?

How was instruction/lecture?


Did you get your desired job?

Did your native country acknowledge UNISA's accreditation?

Would you do it again?

Anything else?

Thanks to any and everyone who can shed some light on the college.
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