Central Johannesburg College Courses Fees Info
Central Johannesburg College Courses Fees Info,COURSE FEES
Central Johannesburg College prescribes course (study) fees prior to the beginning of each academic year. [click here to view or download the 2008 Course Fees brochure] Methods of Course Fee Payment
A prospective student is required to pay a one-third deposit of the total course fees on registration for the selected course. Only in the case of a selected few of the courses will a prospective student be required to contribute 50% registration deposit.
Please Note: Students registered for trimester courses are required to pay their full course fees on registration.
Settlement of Outstanding Fee Balance
Once the registration deposit has been paid, the registered student is required to pay the outstanding balance in installments as follows:
- Students registered for the first semester must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of May.
- Students registered for the second semester must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of October.
- Students registered for year courses must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of October.
Students should note that on failure to comply with the payment system outlined above, they would not be provided with their examination results.
Central Johannesburg College operates a cashless system. All cash and cheque payments are to be deposited into the bank. Only credit card payments will be processed on campus by campus cashiers.
The following methods of payments are being used:
- Direct bank deposits
- Bank guaranteed cheques
- Credit Card payments
Trimester Courses register three times a year: January; April/May; and August/September.
Semester Courses register twice a year: January and July.
Year Courses register once a year in January.
CONDITIONS FOR REGISTRATION
- Central Johannesburg College is open for registration to both South African citizens and citizens from other countries.
- South African citizens must be in possession of a legal identity document.
- Foreign students must have a valid temporary residence permit prior to registration. Once they are in possession of a Proof of Residence issued by the College, they should obtain a valid study permit for the duration of study stated on the Proof of Residence document, from the Department of Home Affairs.
- A certified copy of the most recent results.
- A parent or legal guardian must accompany a student who is under the age of eighteen.
- Proof of residence, e.g. telephone or electricity bill.
Visit the Marketing and Communications Department at:
5 Ubla Avenue
(Off Princess of Wales Terrace)
Johannesburg, South Africa
Private Bag 70500
Telephone: (011) 351 6000
Facsimile: (011) 484 2738