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From our students

Dear ICB My name is Mazvita Mwanaka. I am hereby applying for a bursary due to insufficient funds. I completed my Advanced Level in 2006 in Zimbabwe. In 2007 I was accepted to the University of Zimbabwe, but I could not register due to a lack of money. I relocated… Read more »

My name is Nonhlanhla Dube and I'm employed by Boston College as a Senior Bookkeeper. I am from Zimbabwe, but now live in Sandton. I started my ICB studies in 2011 and completed it in 2013. I come from a poverty stricken family and the first time I heard about… Read more »

Your career path with the ICB

The chart below shows how you can progress in your studies – and career – as you move up each level in the ICB’s study programmes.

The dark blue text shows the ICBA membership level and designation. The ICBA is a professional body that many ICB graduates join once they are qualified (students can be members too!). To qualify for ICB membership, you’ll need to hold a relevant qualification and have specific work experience. See www.icba.org.za for more.

Career Path

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The durations shown for each programme/level are guidelines only. How long it will take you to do your course will depend on whether you study full or part time, how many subjects you do at a time, and other factors unique to you.

It’s not compulsory to complete an entire level before moving on to the next. But to get your qualifications, you must have completed all subjects within a level. It may be possible for you to leapfrog some subjects if you are granted credits for prior learning.

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