Unisa Finance Department

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Unisa Finance Department

Unisa Department of Finance, Risk Management as well as Banking

The Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking provides world -class tuition with career-oriented programmes. The diverse in-depth courses offered by the Department allow students to adjust their programs to their set targets while learning at their own time. The benefit of learning in the Department is that one can concurrently learn and work.

The Department, as a major department in the fields of financial, risk management and banking, aims to be a leading research and training centre for banking and finance worldwide. In pursuit of this goal, the Department seeks to promote research activities in finance, to promote doctoral research and executive education in the banking and finance industries, and to organize interactions between research and industry.

General Contact Details

  • All enquiries in regards to CEMS undergraduate qualification must be directed to econ@unisa.ac.za
  • Direct all enquiries about CEMS honours and postgraduate qualifications to econHons@unisa.ac.za
  • Address all other enquiries about any other qualification to info@unisa.ac.za
  • Please visit the Centre for Business Management or contact cbmregistrations@unisa.ac.za for details on short learning programmes offered.

Also, you may contact our department at Tel: 012 429 3603 or email finman@unisa.ac.za for matters not falling into any of the above categories, but relating to the Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking.

Chair of Department, Prof J Chisasa
Email: Chisaj@unisa.ac.za
Postal Address:
The chair of Department
Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking
P.O. Box 392
Unisa 0003

To verify the balance owed on the account:

  1. Sign in to myUnisa
  2.  At the top, select myAdmin
  3.  On the left, click on the financial details.

If your modules is financially canceled, the balance shown will be zero. Pay the unpaid amount (the amount credited on your statement) and send proof of payment and a letter to Unisa (012 429 4150; finan@unisa.ac.za) informing the university of the modules to be reinstated in order to reinstate the modules.

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