Frequently Asked Questions
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Why should I study at Saber Business School?
We are a fully accredited college with the Financial SETA (FASSET), the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) and SAGE. Our lecturers are experts in their fields and lecture at some of the top tertiary institutions in the country. Our lecture rooms are perfectly suited to handle small classes of around 10 students so you can get the personal attention you require.
Can you send me more information about a specific course?
Visit our Contact Us page and leave your details or chat live with a Student Advisor now.
What is included for classroom based students?
Students will receive one membership fee for the year (if required), textbooks, one exam fee and tuition support to help you to pass. Where necessary, we will also include Revision classes.
When do I write exams?
Exams can be written almost every month, if you are attending classroom based tuition. Distance learning dates are set and this information will be sent to you after registration.
I've studied similar subjects to the ICB's elsewhere and done a bit of bookkeeping in my work. Can I get credit for these if I want to study ICB courses?
Yes, this may be possible. Contact our student adviser on 0219113992 and he will be able to assist you further.
Our student admission policy, commits itself to a uniform recruitment and selection process, for all its programmes, that is fair, clear and explicit, and supports, where practically possible, broad and diverse access for those with the potential to benefit from education. Promote and maintain an environment that empowers all its students to achieve their highest potential without fear of prejudice or bias.
Fees are reviewed bi-annually and any increases and would be communicated to learners by e-mail, will be posted on the company web-site and internal notice boards.
Cancellations and Refund of Fees
Saber refund policy requires 14 days written notice of withdrawal from the programme. For a full refund withdrawal must be received within 14 days of acceptance of registration. Should the student leave within the first three weeks of the module or term, 50% of the module or term’s fees will be refunded provided full payment has been made by the student. No refund will be made should a student leave after this three week period. In exceptional circumstances the extent of refund will be determined as follows on the basis of to what extent the learner has completed and made payment. Time of request for cancellation will be also be taken into account when determining the refund amount (if any).