|About us||Is The IIE registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)?|
Yes, The Independent
Institute of Education (Pty) Ltd is registered with the Department of Higher
Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the
Higher Education Act, 1997 (reg.no. 2007/HE07/002). Company registration
number: 1987/004754/07. To legally offer higher education qualifications in
South Africa an institution must be registered with the Department and its
qualifications must be accredited by
the Higher Education Quality Committee of the Council on Higher Education and
registered on the National Qualifications Framework by Southern African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)
|About us||Is Rosebank College a private college?|
|About us||Is Rosebank College an accredited institution?|
Rosebank College is an educational brand of The IIE and a site of
delivery for the IIE qualifications
|About us||What study options are available at Rosebank College?|
You can choose to study full-time or part-time. Students registering for The IIE distance qualifications can receive contact or online support sessions at Rosebank College. However, these sessions are not compulsory.
|About us||What qualifications are available at Rosebank College?|
IIE Degrees, Diploma and Higher Certificates are offered at Rosebank College campuses.
|Studying at Rosebank College||I want to apply, what must I do?|
You can enquire,
apply and register on our website www.rosebankcollegele.co.za or at one of our campuses. Please ensure that you have the following on
hand should you choose to apply/register – certified copy of your ID and
account payer’ ID, certified copy matric results and application fee (non-refundable).
|Studying at Rosebank College||What requirements are needed for international students?|
NB: Admission criteria vary on the type of qualification.
If you are an international student, you must ensure that:
- you have an equivalent qualification to the aforementioned;
- your equivalent qualification is evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA);
- you have a valid study visa from the Department of Home Affairs issued in the name of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) that covers the duration of your studies.
- Degree exemption from Universities South Africa, formerly Higher Education South Africa (HESA):
|The Matriculation Board of Universities South Africa regulates admission to bachelor degree studies by requiring all applicants who are completing or have completed their schooling outside of South Africa or through a system other that the South African National Senior Certificate examinations to fulfil the criteria that the Board has set for that system. For international students, the procedure in "The International Student Handbook – Appendix 1" must be followed and for South African students, The IIE "Conditional Admissions Based on not Meeting Entrance Requirements-: South African Students - Application and Monitoring Procedure" must be followed. Universities South Africa issues a certificate of exemption (conditional or complete) to such applicants. Students who have been issued with a degree exemption certificate must still meet any specific/additional admission requirements of The IIE degree programmes in order to qualify for admission.|||
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To avoid any disappointment we recommend that you register and pay your deposit, especially when applying in January and February. If you are an international student refer to the international student section on the FAQ document.
|Studying at Rosebank College||How much is the application fee?|
The application fee
is R150. Please note the application fee is non-refundable and a
different application fee applies for international students. Contact us for
|Studying at Rosebank College||Does Rosebank College have a student residence?|
Rosebank College unfortunately does not have accommodation on our campuses, however, we recommend that students may consult South Point accommodation providers. South Point is a national provider of student accommodation. It was established in 2003 to meet the growing need for student accommodation in South Africa.
South Point's vision is to become the country's largest and leading independent provider of student accommodation outside of the universities and this vision has been largely realised in the 9 years since operations commenced. The residences are in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, PE and Cape Town.Visit www.staysouthpoint.co.za for more information.
|Online applications and registrations||Where can I find my online reference number?|
A reference number is
sent to your cell phone, when you initially enquire online. Use the same
reference number when applying or registering online. Should you delete the
SMSs sent to you by mistake, click on “forgot password” and your reference
number will be resent to your cell phone. Alternatively contact 0861 256 273
|Online applications and registrations||How do I apply online?|
To apply online,
click apply on our website and input the reference number sent to your cell
phone. Click on forgot password to have your reference number resent to you.
Complete all the required fields and click submit.
|Online applications and registrations||I applied online, what do I do next?|
Visit one of our
campuses or complete your registration online. Should you choose to complete
your registration online, you will need to use the same reference number you
used to apply or enquire to register online.
|Online applications and registrations||Where do I pay the application and registration fees?|
Application fees can
be paid at ABSA, you will then be required to email (your consultant will give
you the relevant email address) or take your proof of payment to your nearest
campus. Please note cash is not accepted on any of our campuses. The application and registration fee/s is non-refundable.
|Closing dates||When do registrations close at Rosebank College?|
The end of February
of each academic year. Application date may vary depending on mode of offering, faculty or qualification.
|Financing your fees||Does Rosebank College offer bursaries?|
We unfortunately do not offer bursaries. We do however, accept external
bursaries and study loans.
|Distance Learning||Why distance learning is the best choice?|
- Study materials are included with your tuition fees
- No application fee for distance learning
- Flexibility and the freedom to study around work and other commitments
- Study from home or from any other location that is convenient for you
- Study at your own pace, in your own time
- Affordable payment terms that suit your pocket
- Distance learning is generally less expensive than face to face tuition. You save on transport and accommodation costs that usually come with face to face tuition
- And most importantly, you can have a full time job and study at the same time
|Distance Learning||How do I register for distance learning |
Applications for The IIE distance qualifications are open and can be made on www.rosebakncollege.co.za. Students registered for The IIE distance qualifications can receive support online/ on campus. However, these sessions are not compulsory.
Follow these simple steps and register today.
- Complete a registration contract at Rosebank College:
- Submit your signed contract and all your supporting documents (certified copy of ID and Grade 12 certificate);
- Pay your deposit;
- Once you are accepted by Rosebank College, an sms will be sent to you confirming your registration.
|Distance Learning||What student support is available for a distance learning student ? |
To ensure that you get the most out of your distance learning experience Rosebank College offers the following to students:
Learner guide - to empower you with all the information you need for your studies. Students registering for The IIE Distance qualifications can receive contact or online support sessions on campus. However, these sessions are not compulsory.. Library resource services
|Distance Learning||What are the different forms of assessments? |
assignments and Summative – exams for each semester.
|Part-time||When are part-time lectures offered ? |
Lectures are usually on
a Saturday. Please ensure that you have checked the campus where your course of choice is offered and that the consultant has confirmed whether Saturday classes will be offered at that campus. Classes may change due to unforeseen circumstances.
|Textbooks||Where do I get my textbooks from?|
You decide! Conveniently have your books delivered to your home by takelalot.com/ http://www.takealot.com/books/academic or on campus by credobook.co.za. Ask your campus librarian for details. NB: Braamfontein and Pretoria CBD Students: Please note that the Braamfontein and Pretoria CBD campus has a CREDO Bookstore open on the 2nd Floor on the campus. Online book ordering for Braamfontein students will be no longer be available, please go directly to the bookstore.
|Textbooks||How do I purchase textbooks from takealot.com|
To register as a shopper, create a profile. You will need your name, e-mail address, a password of 8 characters and at least 1 contact number. Once registered follow this link for the textbook section of the website: http://www.takealot.com/books/academic and navigate to the Rosebank College section.
|Textbooks||How do I shop on takealot.com?|
Kindly follow this link for all the details you need: http://www.takealot.com/help/faq#how-do-I-buy-something-from-takealot
|Acronyms explained||What does SAQA stand for?|
The South African Qualification Authority is the statutory body responsible for registering qualification and part qualifications as recommended by the relevant Quality Council on the National Qualifications Framework. Recognised international and other qualifications are evaluated for equivalence to South African qualifications by its Directorate: Foreign Qualifications Evaluation and Advisory Services (DFQEAS). SAQA issues a Certificate of Evaluation upon review of such applications.
|Acronyms explained||What does The IIE stand for?|
The Independent Institute of Education
|Acronyms explained||What does NSC stand for?|
National Senior Certificate.
|Acronyms explained||What does NC(V) stand for?|
National Certificate (Vocational)
|School of Education||What is the closing date for application or registration for IIE Education qualifications?|
The closing date for the following qualifications is the 10th January 2018.
IIE Bachelor of Education in Foundation Phase Teaching.
IIE Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching.
|School of Education||What is the admission criteria for IIE Education qualifications?|
To ensure you have the correct information we highly recommend that you speak to a Student Advisor or call center on 0861 253 276.
|About us||What is the Ethics Hotline and what is it used for?|
The Ethics Hotline is used to report unethical behaviour. Through the ethics hotline you will be able to report any activity of which you have a reasonable suspicion that could undermine the safety of the teaching and learning environment or the integrity and reputation of the qualifications. This could then include cheating in assessments or assessment leaks, pressure from anyone to carry out any activity in exchange for a favour including but not limited to succeeding in an assessment or module; sale or trading of illegal substances; intimidation; harassment, dishonesty, theft or fraud.