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HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN BIBLICAL STUDIES

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HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN BIBLICAL STUDIES (HCBS)
Thank you for your interest in the Higher Certificate in Biblical Studies (HCBS) offered at St Augustine College. You welcome to apply for of 2023.

The minimum requirements for admission are:
a) A national certificate with a diploma pass, and
b) English as a Home or First Additional Language (at least 50%).

The certificate is offered as a distance education program over a two-year period. Students will therefore be able to study from the comfort of their homes. You would need access to a computer and internet access. Students normally complete two subjects per semester (6 months) i.e. four subjects per year.

Fees are payable per semester. The cost per module for 2023 is R2 000 payable in advance before the start of each semester. The College does not offer bursaries and students must find their own funding.

If you would like to apply for this course, please complete the below application form and return it with copies of your ID/Passport and a copy of your National Certificate/School Leaving Certificate.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Application Form Downloads

Undergraduate programs currently not on offer
The fee per module for 2023 is R9 000 for postgraduates and R2 000 for the Higher Certificate
We are still taking applications for the 2022 October teaching week
2022 Postgraduate Application Form (Honours, MPhil, DPhil)2023 Postgraduate Application Form (Honours, MPhil, DPhil)2023 Higher Certificate - Application Form

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St Augustine offers short courses, certificate courses and a range of degrees from the bachelors through to the doctorate level, all of which are recognised and accredited by the relevant branches of South Africa’s Department of Higher Education and Training.
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