A: Students are advised to regularly login to their student portal in order to check for available offers for their next module(s) and complete the required module preregistration and enrollment procedures.
Modules are currently offered on the basis of availability, however at a minimum there will be a two-week break in between modules. This is mainly to allow us to be flexible whenever required; e.g. to offer the opportunity to more of your fellow students to register. 

A: The pass grade for each module is a Pass (minimum 50%). The grade descriptors can be found on the Transcript page of your Student Panel.

A: From the login page, please click on Forgot your password link and follow the on-screen instructions to reset your password.

A: Once a module ends, the grades will be uploaded up to four weeks after the end date of the module.

Please follow the steps below to register for a module:
1. Log in to your Student Portal.
2. Navigate to the Modules section on the left side of the screen.
3. Click on the Modules tab where you will view a list with all modules of your academic program. The button 'View Offers' on the right side of each module is enabled only for modules with available offers.
4. Click on VIEW OFFERS to view the available offers for a particular module.
5. Click on VIEW DETAILS to view further details and proceed with registration.
After pre-registering for a module, you will have to proceed with enrolment to secure your position:
To do so, please locate the pre-registered module under the My Preregistrations tab in the Modules section of the Student Portal. The Enrol button on the right hand side of the module is what you need to select to complete the process.

Your classes will take place in the VLE platform. You will gain access to the VLE only when you successfully register to at least one module.

Please have in mind that once you are registered to a module, any study material will be available to you in the VLE from the start date, in addition you will have full access to the module, chat forums and your assigned Instructor.

Have in mind that, as has been the case so far, you cannot be studying two modules at the same time. The system would not allow you to do so.

You may be allowed to resit or retake the module subject to the review and approval of your results by the relevant examination board. In such a case either a resit fee per assessment, or a retake fee equivalent to the cost of the module, will apply.

You have access to manage your finances at any time, in the Finance section of your Student Portal. You can view and print out your personal statement of account, the available payment options and your agreed payment plan.

Your Unicaf Student ID number can be located under the Profile Section of your Student Portal.

Upon conclusion of marking and moderation of each module you complete, a review at an Assessment Board is necessary for grades to be confirmed. Upon successful completion of the programme, students’ academic profile is reviewed by the Assessment Board and considering that all academic requirements are satisfied, students’ award will be confirmed.

The UoS Assessment Board aims to convene 4 times a year. Students whose award has been confirmed by the Assessment Board will be invited to attend the next graduation ceremony, normally held once a year, in October*.

Following the ceremony, certificates and transcripts will be sent to Unicaf Headquarters and will be dispatched to the students via a courier service. Once dispatched, a tracking number is provided to students through email.  
For further information, please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@unicaf.org.  

*Graduation ceremonies are normally held during specific periods of time, unless unforeseen circumstances force otherwise.

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