unisa cta application 2024-2025

By | July 23, 2022

unisa cta application 2024-2025

unisa cta application 2024-2025

unisa cta application 2024-2025

The University of South Africa (UNISA) is seeking applications for the next round of its CTAs (Certificate in Teaching Assistant). CTAs are highly sought-after, Entry-Level teaching assistant positions that will provide you with the opportunity to develop your teaching skills in a challenging and rewarding environment. If you are interested in applying for the CTAs, please find the application form and instructions on this page. Thank you for your interest in UNISA!

a 12-month CTA program
Note that there are no exceptions to the strict application of the admission requirements. Therefore, kindly decline to make such a request.

Table of simplified admission standards and selection criteria

completed qualifications (admitting qualification) foundation for completion Final exams were taken during this time (with results released)

Key:Semester 1 (“S1”);
Semester 2 (“S2”);
Academic Year (“AY”)

satisfies the entry requirements for this qualification.
CTA level 2 / one-year CTA programme (98255) CTA level 1(98231) Advanced Diploma (98230 – Stream CTA)
  1. Bachelor’s degree or bridging qualification on NQF7 with SAICA endorsement (if applicable)
Completed final-year modules for the qualification at the time of initial registration:

– In one academic year; or in

– No more than three semesters in a row; and

-Without any unresolved issues, concerns, outstanding exams, or supplementary exams.

The degree had to be earned in one of the following years: 2016, 2017, or 2018 in order for the qualification to be older than three years.

– The last and final module, linked to S1/AY2016 or later, had to be successfully completed between 2017 and December 2018. (so that the qualification obtained is not older than three years),

AND

– All final-year modules had to be finished in the allotted time (for example, between S2/AY2017 and S2/AY2018).

Yes

Yes

(Should the candidate opt for the longer route)

2. A Bachelor’s degree with SAICA endorsement or a bridging qualification listed on NQF7 (if applicable) completed all of the final-year coursework in one academic year, or at most three consecutive semesters Dec 2015 (linked to S2/AY2015) or earlier.

No

Yes

3. Bachelor’s degree or bridging qualification on NQF7 with SAICA endorsement (if applicable) final-year modules finished over the course of more than three consecutive semesters or one academic year (for example, from S1/AY 2016 to S2/AY 2017).

By Jun 2014 (linked to S1/AY2014) or later.

No

Yes

4. A Bachelor’s degree in accounting sciences without SAICA endorsement or a diploma in accounting sciences without SAICA endorsement All passed at NQF level 6 with at least two modules in Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, and at least one module in Taxation.

Any

No

No

Yes

5. Honors degree or PGDip on NQF8 (if included) or equivalent SAICA-endorsed qualification at CTA level 1 or higher Piecemeal completion is permitted.

By 2014 (linked to AY2014) or later.

(Additional terms and conditions may apply to older applications.)

Yes

6. A full CTA qualification that has been endorsed by SAICA and whose validity has expired for admission to SAICA’s ITC, such as CTA level 2 [98255 or 04642] with all linked modules completed in one academic year met all criteria for a CTA with a SAICA endorsement in the year that it was obtained.

The candidate must present an official SAICA declaration that all time allocated for the ITC has been used up.

Any

Yes

(only NDP modules for a maximum of three years in a row)

* Qualifiers:

 

  1. All requirements must be fulfilled within the maximum time frame permitted, which for these requirements is three years straight from the date of initial registration (note: not three attempts).
  2. Students who don’t succeed don’t have the option to go back and try again (for example, revert to CTA level 1 to later repeat the CTA level 2.) These students are directed to a different non-CA-stream qualification, but UNISA will no longer accept applications for CA (SA) studies.
  3. A student must finish all five modules of the CTA level 2 (98255) in one academic year and within a maximum of three academic years of first registration in order to be eligible for admission to SAICA’s Initial test of Competence (ITC).

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