BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN INTERMEDIATE PHASE TEACHING

The Bachelor of Education degree equips students to become qualified Intermediate Phase teachers (Grade 4 to 7). The purpose of the Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching qualification is to develop resourceful, adaptable, pedagogically flexible, knowledgeable, proactive, reflective teachers specifically for Intermediate Phase teaching and learning and with South African contexts and realities in mind. To this end, you will become competent in educational theory, the context of education, schools and classrooms, the requisite disciplinary knowledge, and pedagogical content knowledge essential for Intermediate Phase teaching and learning. You will develop a thorough understanding of the holistic development of the child from birth, as well as the educational and ecological contexts and issues that shape children’s learning and experience of school.

The Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching degree is presented at the NQF Exit Level 7 with minimum total credits of 480, earned over a minimum period of four years. The Department of Higher Education and Training approved and recognised the degree and placed the qualification on a REQV 14. The programme has been accredited by the Council on Higher Education; accreditation no: H/PR148/E012CAN. Furthermore, the degree is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) with ID: 112486.

CLOSING DATE: SANTS will have two intakes annually, namely a January and July intake. The closing date for admission in January will be 31 October of the previous year. The closing date for a July intake will be 31 May of that year.

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Admission is through one of the following options as per programme approval by the Department of Higher Education and Training:
a. National Senior Certificate with admission to Bachelor degree studies with:
• 50% for Home Language; and
• 40% for English First Additional Language, or a
b. Completed Senior Certificate with university (complete) exemption or with endorsement, prior to 2008 with:
• 50% for Home Language; and
• 40% for English First Additional Language, or a
c. National Certificate Vocational with:
• 70% or above for the Home Language and the First Additional Language,
• 60% or above for four vocational subjects, or a
d. National Professional Diploma in Education (NPDE) with Intermediate Phase specialization with an overall percentage of 65%, or a
e. Senior Certificate/National Senior Certificate with conditional admission through mature age exemption:
• If it includes the Home Language(50%) and English First Additional Language (40%); and
• Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which proves competence in line with the previous point above.

TUITION FEES

Tuition fees to study towards the Bachelor of Education in Foundation Phase Teaching programme include all study material, assignments, tuition, examinations, and access to a student portal, as well as non- compulsory face-to-face support sessions.

All students are expected to pay a registration fee with the first enrolment on the programme and an annual re-registration fee for each new academic year thereafter, which is payable before the commencement of a new academic year. This registration and re-registration fee is deducted from the annual tuition fee payable.

Annual tuition fees for the first-year enrolment ranges from a minimum of R21 000 to a maximum of R22 650, depending on the language choices.

Three different tuition fee payment options are available to accommodate the needs of individual students, namely 15% discount with two equal instalments, one per semester; 10% discount with two equal instalments, one per semester; and TEN equal monthly instalments. Each payment option is related to the date of payment to which the student must rigidly adhere.

CONTACT US

4th Floor, Lynnridge Mews, 22 Hibiscus Street, Lynnwood Ridge 0040
info@sants.co.za
087 353 2504

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