Who is SACOB?
We are an African business school offering a high touch learning experience to students, business and ultimately to the broader African community. Our goal is to offer an end-to-end learning experience that delivers quality people into the African economy. What makes our offering distinct is that we overcome the challenges of distance learning by combining the interactivity and connection of face-to-face education with the flexibility and cost-saving of distance education.
At times it can be a bit daunting and scary knowing that you should be furthering your studies but being undecided about what it is you should be studying we get it!
AAT (SA): In partnership with SAICA Level 3 – Certificate: Accounting Technician Basic Accounting 1 Basic Accounting 2 Work Effectively in Accounting and Finance Basic costing Computerised Accounting Level 4 …
Brand new and only at SACOB!
For a while now weve been chatting about offering our students something extra, so you know that when studying at SACOB you leave with more than the average student.
The South African College of Business (SACOB) is proud to announce that three students were placed within the Top 10 Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) Achievers.
SACOB’s students consistently score in the ICB’s Top Ten but who are they?
It’s not too late to enrol for your next ICB Course. Online Classroom enrollments still open. Send us your details or contact one of our student advisors!
Well done to all those that completed their ICB Assessments last week! All the hard work will pay off. Now to start thinking about your next course – what’s it going to be? Let one our student advisors help guide you. Contact us on 086 10 72262 or send us your contact details and we’ll contact you.
“On the 9th of August 1959, twenty thousand women of all races marched on the Union Building in Pretoria to protest the proposed amendments to the Urban Areas Act, commonly known as the Pass Laws of 1950. the women stood together, arms raised in the air in the clenched fist of the Congress Salute and sang ‘You strike a woman, you strike a rock’. It is remembered as one of the major milestones in the struggle against the apartheid regime and the date is now commemorated as Women’s Day.”
ICB Students who wrote in May, results are out today! We’d love to know how you did? Let us know if you need help choosing your next course.