Higher Certificate in Business Administration

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Certificate Overview


 

The Higher Certificate in Business Administration (HCBA) is a 6 month full-time qualification which provides students with a Higher Certificate qualification and a strong quantitative foundation to step up to a Business Degree.

Upon completion of the HCBA students gain access to the  Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree at TSIBA Business School.

The HCBA is offered at NQF level 5 and is SAQA registered with the ID Number 84186.

You will earn 132 Credits in successful completion of the programme.

Certificate content:
  • Foundation Mathematics
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Principle of Accounting & Personal Finance
  • Business Communication
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Business Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership & Self Development
  • End User Computing
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COURSE INFORMATION

APPLICATIONS FOR 2020 ARE NOW OPEN

ORIENTATION: 20 January 2020

COURSE STARTS: 27 January 2020

DURATION: 27 January 2020 - July 2020

QUALIFICATION: NQF Level 5, 132 credits (SAQA 84186)

Entry Criteria

  • National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a Higher Certificate pass with higher certificate endorsement AND
  • Achieve a minimum of 20 points on the TSIBA Points System (TPS)

Fees

Tuition fees at TSIBA Business School are supported by generous tuition scholarships which enable undergraduate students to contribute towards their tuition at relative levels of affordability. TSIBA Business School’s undergraduate students pay only what they can afford, removing any financial barriers to tertiary education.

All HCBA students are thus required to pay a percentage of annual tuition fees in the form of a monthly fee based on combined household affordability. To calculate projected fees payable by you, please use the fees calculator below.

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MONTHLY STUDY FEES

Scholarship fee per month for 6 months, including registration and text book usage fees.

YEARLY STUDY FEES

Discounted scholarship fee for upfront payment, including registration and text book usage fees.