PROGRAMME

& FEES

POSTGRADUATE (CTA)

CA Campus classes are completely online. You can access the classes from anywhere with an Internet connection at any time. For copyright purposes videos cannot be downloaded. The lecture notes can be saved and printed for your own personal use.

The CA Campus programme is aligned with the Unisa syllabus and SAICA examinable pronouncements. The programme takes into account the dates of the Unisa CTA tests and provides a manageable approach for working students.

CA Campus offers two different programmes for CTA students:

FULL PROGRAMME REVISION PROGRAMME
OVERVIEW

The full programme is a comprehensive programme that covers all theory and provides detailed lecture examples.

The programme is supported by weekly tutorials and additional revision is offered during the exam revision period.

The revision programme is a limited programme that covers the most important CTA topics and includes limited lecture examples.

The programme is not supported by weekly tutorials but additional revision is offered during the exam revision period.

CA CAMPUS IS NOT A UNIVERSITY

Students must be registered with Unisa to register on this programme.

Students must be registered with any accredited university to register on this programme.

REGISTRATIONS

Registrations open on 7 January 2019 and close on 29 March 2019.

Registrations open on 18 February 2019 and close on 30 August 2019.

PROGRAMME FORMAT

Classes start on Wednesday 23 January 2019.

New material is released each Wednesday as the year progresses.

There are no classes the week before each Unisa test.

This programme includes exam revision. Students registered on the full programme should not register on the revision programme.

All material will be accessible until the date of the Unisa exam.

New material is released two weeks before each Unisa test so that students can get the benefit for each test as well as the final exam (see “Online Lecture Videos” below).

Additional revision material is released during the exam revision period (see “Online Tutorials Videos” below).

All material will be accessible until the date of the Unisa exam.

LECTURE NOTES

Students receive detailed lecture material which is continuously improved upon.

Summarised material covering the most important aspects of the syllabus is included.

ONLINE LECTURE VIDEOS

An average of 1.5 hours per subject per week.

Online lectures cover the theory prescribed by Unisa. Lecture examples are used to illustrate the theory.

Lecturers use the relevant standards and legislations in these lectures so that students are able to use the standards and legislations when working through questions.

An average of 4 hours per subject per test.

Online lectures cover the most important aspects of the syllabus. Lecture examples are used to illustrate the theory.

ONLINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS

An average of 1.5 hours per subject per week.

Online tutorials cover Unisa tutorial letter questions with a focus on general approach, underlying principles, common mistakes and good exam technique.

The tutorial questions are always relevant to the applicable CTA level.

There are no tutorials before each Unisa test.

During the exam revision period the lecturer will work through CA Campus Integrated Questions (see “CA Campus Integrated Questions” below). In these videos the lecturer will focus on the correct approach to be followed, underlying principles, common mistakes and good exam technique.

CA CAMPUS INTEGRATED QUESTIONS

Test questions: 40 marks per subject released two weeks before each Unisa test.

Exam questions: 200 marks per subject released during the exam revision period.

Test questions: Not included.

Exam questions: 200 marks per subject released during the exam revision period.

CONSULTATIONS

Skype, email and telephonic consultations with lecturers.

Not included.

TOTAL FEE FOR ALL 4 CTA SUBJECTS
(The two Unisa FAC subjects are combined)

R19 000 (including VAT).

R5 000 (including VAT).

FEE PER CTA SUBJECT
(Registration for individual subjects is permitted)

R4 750 per subject (including VAT).

R1 500 per subject (including VAT).

PAYMENT OPTIONS

DEFERRED:
Fees are payable in 5 equal monthly instalments.

The first instalment is payable on registration and the remaining instalments are due at the end of each month thereafter.

Deferred payment terms are allowed even if you only register for selected subjects.

UPFRONT:
Qualifies for a 5% discount.

The full fee is payable on registration.

UPFRONT:
The full fee is payable on registration.

FOREIGN STUDENTS

The deferred payment option is only available to students making payment from South Africa, Namibia and Swaziland. Students making payment from any other country must settle the full fee upfront.

Registration for individual subjects is only available to students making payment from South Africa, Namibia and Swaziland. Students making payment from any other country must register for all 4 CTA subjects.