UNISA RECOGNITION (SA PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES)
Unisa does not necessarily give automatic credits for ICB subjects, however they too (like us) have a RPL - Recognition of Prior learning department and they evaluate each application individually and on personal merit. So, if you have completed a level 6 qualification from anyone of our program streams you may submit an application to Unisa. Unisa will evaluate your application and determine if the qualification you have versus the one you are applying for can be given credits or serve as an entry into the Unisa qualification you are applying for. There is no guarantee that you will be accepted into Unisa though.
CIMA offers training and qualifications in management accounting. ICB graduates holding the National Diploma: Financial Accounting NQF 6 qualification can apply to CIMA for up to 6 exemptions. If you hold the ICB’s Certificate: Office Administration NQF 5, you can get 2 exemptions from CIMA. They can be contacted directly fro more information.
is the world’s leading body for professional accountants, with over 110 years of experience, innovation and excellence. ICB graduates holding the National Diploma: Financial Accounting NQF 6 qualification can study further through ACCA. You will receive up to 6 exemptions to further your studies towards becoming a Chartered Certified Accountant with ACCA. Please contact ACCA directly should you want to apply.
Once you have completed your studies, there are several local and international professional bodies that you can apply to for membership. These include SAIT, SAIBA, IAB or IAAP. For more details see www.icb.org.za/professional-membership