Fees

IPSA Fees Policy – 2021

 

Prescribed student fees (2021)

Fees are valid for the 2021 academic year only.

Prescribed student fees include part of the registration, prescribed modules, additional support, and intervention sessions (compulsory upon all students where applicable), and examinations (excluding special and supplementary examinations).

 

Early-bird registration discount

Students who register before and pay the full registration fees on or before 31 January 2021 qualifies for a 15% discount on prescribed fees. Please note that this discount only applies to full year course. 

 

Late Application and Registration

Any late applications received after 31 January 2021 will incur a late application penalty of R100

Any late registration received after 3rd February 2021 will incur a late registration penalty of R250

 

The minimum amount payable on registration

  1. a) R3500.00 is payable upon registration. This amount includes:
  2. b) R1200-00 non-refundable registration fee, and R2300-00 toward tuition fees.
  3. Fees paid in full on or before 28th February 2021 will receive an additional discount of 7.5%

 

Withdrawal / De-registration from courses

  1. A student wishing to de-register from a course needs to follow the standard de-registration process.  
  2. The student is responsible for informing the college in writing of such a decision to withdraw or de-register.
  3. The designated notification form to de-register from a course must be filled out and submitted to the E&R Office for the attention of the E&R Officer.
  4. In the case of unmarried students, the paying parent(s)/guardian must counter-sign the designated deregistration notification form.
  5. An Administration Fee of R300 per module will be charged on all de-registrations.
  6. If notice to de-register from a course is received before the commencement date of the course, then 100% adjustment (minus the R300 administration fee per module) of the course fee is applicable.
  7. If deregistration notifications for Semester One reaches the ER Office before 31st March, 50% reimbursement will apply to semester courses and 75% reimbursement for year courses, and if Semester Two reaches the ER Office before 31st August. (Minus the administration fee module).
  8. Failing to submit such notification, will result in students being held liable for full payment of tuition fees for the application modules and courses.

 

No adjustment of course fees will be applicable if notice to withdraw from a course is received after 31 March and 31 August of the applicable academic year.

 

Prescribed student fees

Note that the outstanding balance after payment of the initial amount on registration must be paid up in equal monthly installments over eight months until 31 September of the academic year.

NB: 

  • A student must have a student number BEFORE registration can be processed or fees paid or deposited into the Standard bank account.

 

Legal fees

Any legal fees that arise due to actions taken by IPSA to collect unpaid student fees will be for the account of students.

 

Cancellation and failure to pay fees

If students fail to pay any outstanding amount on their account before the relevant date, their registration for the respective study units will be cancelled by the institution, and only special appeals against such cancellation will be considered. In respect of each cancelled study unit, students will forfeit fees in accordance with Registration cancellation dates. Thereafter, they will be registered only for the number of study units for which they had paid in full before the dates as indicated.

IPSA holds the right to withhold a student’s results who have defaulted in paying their fees in full.

 

NB:  Please note that this rule is to be strictly adhered to.

Bursary holders and students whose studies are underwritten by their employers or other institutions

Students in this category must pay at least the relevant prescribed initial payment on registration. Fees must be paid before the relevant closing date(s). Accounts are issued only to students and not to any third party or other institutions. A quotation of fees payable may be issued on request, which you may hand to the relevant institution before registration.

 

Method of payment

Office hours:

  • 08:00 to 15:45 (Monday to Thursday). 08:00 to 11.45 (Friday)

 

Debit Cards

Debit card payments are only accepted if you register in person at IPSA

 

Credit Cards

Credit Cards are restricted to ‘Visa’ and ‘MasterCard’. All the required under ‘Particulars of payment’ on the registration form, must be supplied. The cardholder's signature is also required on the registration form.

 

Bank deposits (SA Banks only) / EFT payments:

  • Should any of the information on the bank deposit slip be incomplete or incorrect the transaction will not be processed by the bank and/or cause a delay in the allocation of the funds to your account. Amounts will be allocated within 2 working days to the study fee account provided that all the information on the deposit slip is correct.
  • if you already have a student number;
  • in respect of student fees, examination fees (supplementary or special fees)
  • At any branch of Standard Bank (In the case of electronic transfers please ensure that the reference field is completed correctly).
  • provided the deposit slip is correctly filled in as follows:

International Peace College South Africa.

Standard Bank Branch Code: 25909

Account Number: 272759031

Reference: Student Number + Name

 

Debit Order

Registered students or their donors may also sign a monthly debit order for the credit of the IPSA account at the Standard Bank account reflected herein.

Undergrad Programme 2021 Fees

Item

Cost  

Application Fee

R250

Late Application Fee

R350

Registration Fee (R1200 non-refundable) (R2300 deposit on course fees)

R3500

Late Registration Fee

R3850

HCIS Fees

R 30,000.00

BAIS Level One Fee

R 35,000.00

BAIS Level Two Fee

R 35,000.00

BAIS Level Three Fee

R 35,000.00

   

 Higher Certificate in Islamic Studies (HCIS)

Fees

Learning Arabic through Quran (ARA101F)

R 3 710

Quran Literacy (ARA103F)

R 2 360

Meanings of the Quran (ISL105F)

R 3 710

Principles of Qur’anic Recitation and Memorization (ARA105F)

R 2 360

Prophetic Biography (HUM101F)

R 2 360

IPSA Leadership & Youth Development Programme (GLO101)

R 2 360

Critical Reading & Writing Skills Development (HUM105F)

R 2 350

Devotional Arabic (ARA107F)

R 2 360

Islamic Interpersonal Relationships (HUM103F)

R 2 360

Aqidah (Islamic Belief) (ISL103F)

R 2 360

Islamic Laws of Worship (ISL101F)

R 3 710

TOTAL

R 30 000

 

 

         

 Bachelor of Arts Islamic Studies (BA2) – Year 2

Fees

 Intermediate Arabic Level One (ARA201F)

R 3 883

 Muslim Personal Law I (ISL201F)

R 2 933

 Quranic Studies (ISL205F)

R 2 933

 Ulum al-Hadith ISL207F

R 2 933

 History: Classical Muslim Civilization (HUM201F)

R 2 933

 Principles of Jurisprudence (ISL204F)

R 2 933

 Textual Readings: Quran (ARA203F)

R 1 883

 Textual Readings: Prophetic Precepts (ARA204F)

R 2 933

 Religious Studies: II (HUM104S)

R 2 933

 History: Islam in South Africa (HUM201S)

R 2 933

 Muslim Personal Law II (ISL202S)

R 1 883

 Intermediate Arabic Level Two (ARA202S)

R 3 887

TOTAL

R 35 000

   

Bachelor of Arts Islamic Studies (BA3) – Year 3

Fees

Advanced Arabic Level One (ARA301F)

R 2 883

Islamic Commercial Law (ISL301F)

R 2 883

Qur’an Studies I (ISL305F)

R 2 883

Prophetic Precepts I (ISL307F)

R 2 883

Contemporary Islamic Thought (ISL309S)

R 2 883

Islamic Law of succession (ISL303F)

R 2 983

Textual Readings: Islamic Law (ARA303F)

R 2 883

Textual Readings: Islamic Theology) (ARA304S)

R 2 883

Qur’anic Studies II (ISL306S)

R 2 933

Prophetic Precepts II (ISL308S)

R 2 933

Islamic Banking and Finance (ISL302S)

R 2 983

Advanced Arabic Level Two (ARA302S)

R 2 987

TOTAL

R 35 000

   

 Bachelor of Arts Islamic Studies (BA1) – Year 1

FEES

 Elementary Arabic (ARA101F)

R 3 883

 Religious Studies I (HUM103F)

R 2 933

 Islamic Laws of worship (ISL101F)

R 2 933

 Academic Development 1 (HUM105F)

R 2 933

 History: The Makkan Period (HUM101F)

R 2 933

 Legislative History (ISL203F)

R 2 933

 Principles of Quranic Recitation (ARA103F)

R 1 883

 Laws of worship: Applications (ISL102S)

R 2 933

 History: The Madinan Period (HUM102S)

R 2 933

 Academic Development 2 (HUM105S)

R 2 933

 Basic Textual Reading: Prophetic Precepts (ARA104S)

R 1 883

 Pre-Intermediate Arabic (ARA102S)

R 3 887

TOTAL

R 35 000

 

 

 

 

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