Post Graduate Accounting Courses
Why should you consider doing a Post Graduate Accounting Course?
University of Fort Hare CTA, Professionally qualified accountants are in high demand in South Africa and internationally. Various post graduate accounting courses all aim to give you formal recognition of your ability to understand and work with fundamental business and advanced accounting concepts.
Studying for a professional qualification can prepare you for a number of successful career opportunities like a: part of top management; tax consultant; financial Advisor; financial director; asset manager; information systems auditor; partner in an audit practice or forensic auditor.
What are the Post Graduate courses offered by the UFH Department of Accounting?
The department of accounting offers the following post graduate courses:
- Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (CTA)
- Advanced Diploma in Accounting (Preliminary)
- Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Taxation)
The course content offered by the UFH Department of Accounting is alligned with the requirements of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) and with the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
Refer to the individual Post Graduate web pages for other details and entry requirements.
Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (CTA): Prof Sean Weldon, email@example.com
Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (preliminary): Prof Lindelwa Majova-Songca, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Taxation): Lisa Hirschbeck, email@example.com
For more applications and information on our post graduate programmes, please contact the departmental secretary on 043 704 7011.
Welcome to the Department of Accounting
The University prides itself on producing a list of highly prominent individuals both in Government and in the private sector. We cannot hold back on the wonderful achievement that the first ever African Chartered Accountant (SA) in the name of Prof. Wiseman Nkuhlu holds a B.Com degree from this University. His success was such an inspiration that a number of other African students followed in his footprints and a new era of fearless prospective Chartered Accountants were born.