Are you wanting to register for an ICB course? Are you finding the fees and payments confusing? Never fear! This is a handy little guide to help you not only find the information you need but also to help you understand it. So here it is, the list of all the different ICB registration fees for 2019:
- Annual Student Registration fee – paid to the ICB
- Course fees – paid to your College
- Assessment fee per subject – Paid to the ICB
- ICBA Student Membership fees – paid to the ICBA
When do you need to pay your ICB registration fees 2019?
If you are ready to enter for exams and receive your Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) then you must have sent your Assessment Entry Form and your proof of payment for your ICB registration fees for 2019 to the ICB. By the time you enter for the first exam of the year the annual registration fee is payable as well. Please remember that if you have not paid your ICB registration fees for 2019, or you have sent incomplete information on your forms, then your exam entry will not be processed.
You can pay your ICB registration fees for 2019 via:
- Credit card
See the information table below for banking details.
ICB registration fees in 2019
Check out the image below for all the pricing for your ICB registration.
Example of Total Cost
Here is an example of what you will end up paying for 4 subjects over the course of 1 year.
Annual student registration fee: R350
Assessment fee per subject: R2700 (R675 x 4)
Re-assessment fee per subject: R1900 (R475 x4)
Assessment late entry fee per subject: R1960 (R490 x 4)
Re-post/Re-delivery fee: R120
Workplace PoE Assessments (Learnership): R4400 (R1100 x 4)
Average Total Costs = R11080 +/- (per year)
Please remember that this is just an example and that prices may vary per student.
What else do I need to know?
Here are some important facts to remember about your ICB registration fees in 2019:
- All fees are non-refundable
- Fees are quoted in South African Rands and may change without prior notice
- Fees listed include 14% VAT for South Africa and bank charges for payments from other countries
- Make sure you use your ICB reference number or SA ID number as your payment reference
- If you are a foreign student, then you will need to contact the ICB for your reference number. Call: +27 21 659 1300. Ask to speak to the Student Payments Department.
- If it is your first time paying the ICB, please contact them to get your reference number. Call: +27 21 659 1300. Ask to speak to the Student Payments Department.
- The ICB does not accept cash payments. However, if you have to do a cash payment then you will need to deposit cash at an FNB bank and send the proof of payment to them.
Last updated: February 07, 2019