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The ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants. We aim to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.

When studying ACCA, your fees are typically split between the institute (ACCA) and the college (IBTC).

Your registration, subscription and exam fees are paid directly to the institute. Your study material and tuition is paid through IBTC.

You must ensure that you pay your ACCA  fees in full directly to the ACCA.

Payment Plan

There is a range of payment options available to you, whether you are paying for your own studies or are fortunate enough to have a sponsor.

You have a choice to pay via electronic funds transfer, cash deposit, bank transfer, online via credit card or manually over the phone via our speed point machines.


The payment plan allows you to pay for your studies over a maximum of 4 month, interest free, depending on the course you have chosen to study.  You are required to select the payment plan option when creating a booking or quote on our website to display the payment plan terms.


We can only confirm bookings once we receive the following from you:

  • a deposit (minimum 20% on tuition depending on the course you have chosen)
  • a completed debit order form for the balance of the payments


The debit order form is emailed to you with the pro-forma invoice if the payment plan has been selected via our website. The debit order form is also available to download from the student downloads tab  on the website or you can request that it be emailed to you.


Products available on the payment plan

  • Home study
  • Online classes
  • Part time evening or weekend classes
  • Revision Classes
  • Workshops
  • Exam Prep Classes
  • Institute fees (student registration, subscription, exemption)


How to calculate debit order payments?


Product Type


Number of payments

Monthly % split







The first debit order collection will be collected the month after the initial deposit is received. 

When are the debit order collection dates?

There are fixed dates for collections:

  • 1st
  • 15th
  • 25th
  • Last day of the month (28th, 29th, 30th or 31st)


Should any of the above dates fall on a Sunday or Public Holiday, the collection date will move to the very next working day.


Collection files are sent to FNB 2 days prior to collections. Any changes to the collections need to be amended manually.


Payment plan eligibility

Only South African residents are eligible for the payment plan. Students with poor credit or previous defaulters are also not eligible unless arrangements have been made with Finance. IBTC may request additional information to complete your debit order.


All special arrangements are at the discretion of our Finance Department.

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