APC Professional Programme



If you are a Repeat Trainee and still wish to register for our programme, please contact us directly on info@uctboardcourse.co.za
Our pass rate has exceeded both 90% and the national average in every year of the SAICA APC

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Welcome from the Head of the College of Accounting

 

As Head of the College of Accounting at UCT, I am delighted to welcome you to our UCT APC

Professional Programme. Our programme embodies the vision of the College of Accounting which is ‘to

be a centre of excellence in professional accounting education':

  1. The pass rates of our candidates exceeded the national average pass rate in the SAICA APC examinations in 2014 and 2015.
  2. The programme is innovative, dynamic, engaging and develops the professional and leadership skills of candidates.
  3. Our team of experienced academics understands the magnitude of the task ahead and is committed to the learning, development and success of our candidates.

I am confident that we will prepare you well for the SAICA APC examination in November 2017 and also equip you to make a meaningful contribution to the accounting profession and society.

Prof. Goolam Modack

Head – College of Accounting

 

 

Past Trainee Accountants' Testimonials

 

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Important dates for APC 2018
  • Registrations will open 8 January 2018.
  • More information with regards to APC 2018 will be made available in October 2017.
COURSE DURATION:

19 weeks (excluding breaks) in a blended learning format (contact sessions and online learning), available throughout South Africa.

Course requirements

In order to participate in this course, Candidates will need to:

  • Have current email account;
  • Have acess to a computer and the internet;
  • Be able to download and watch videos;
  • Be able to open and read PDF documents;
  • Be able to create documents in Microsoft Word; and
  • Read and write in the English language.

Any course requirements that are for assessment purposes can be completed in English or Afrikaans.

Important information from APC 2017