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ICB 2018

Study ICB 2018

Thinking of studying ICB in 2018? Then you have landed on the correct page.

ICB has been around for close to 80 years and it has been producing qualified business professionals that are recognised to compete and keep far ahead of their business peers.

Choose a super flexible study option that fits around your life and respnsibilities without sacrificing on the quality on your qualification. 

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ICB Exam Dates 2018

We've been in the business of preparing students for their ICB exams for a long time now.  It is important to take note of your exam dates so that you can maximise your time and fully prepare yourself to write and pass all your exams.  


All your ICB exams are paper based. You have five windows of opportunity to sit for your exams which are February, May, July, September and November.  Each window has 4 days ( Monday - Thursday ) of which you can sit for your exam. 

Here are your ICB exam dates for 2018.

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ICB Fees 2018

We've made paying for your studies as simple and affordable as possible. You can pay your fees to the IBTC via credit card or EFT, or you can pay a deposit and pay off the rest of the amount interest-free via a debit order over 4 months.


We charge 0% interest, include VAT in our prices and offer free delivery anywhere in South Africa. There are no hidden costs in our fees - everything from tuition to study material and tutor support is included in the price you see. 


The only fees which are not included are the ICB institute fees, which include your once-off registration fee, the annual subscription fee, exemption fees and exam fees. You can include these in your booking and we will pay it over to ICB on your behalf, or you can pay it over directly to ICB using a credit or debit card. 

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ICB Classes Timetable 2018

Due to popular demand, IBTC now offers face-to-face classes for selected subjects in the ICB Financial Accounting Programme. Our classes have two main aims: (1) covering subject content and (2) getting you exam fit. 


Students who attend class are able to study less and score higher - that's because 1 hour in class equals 3 hours at home. 

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