Cornerstone Institute Prospectus 2024
Cornerstone Institute Prospectus South Africa 2024 is available for Download
A university or school prospectus is a document sent to potential (prospective) students to attract them to apply for admission. It usually contains information about the institution and the available courses, including advice on how to apply and the benefits of accepting a place.
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Semester 2 July 2019 intake applications are closed.
Semester 1 January intake applications are open and the closing date is the 10th of January.
* Bachelor of Psychology Honours (BPsych. Equivalent) 2020 applications closed
All national and international qualifications of applicants needs to verified by SAQA, SAQA link
For further inquiries, call 021 448 0050 or email [email protected].
For your convenience, applications can be submitted online, via fax or email, or in person on campus.
Call a Student Adviser if you need any assistance on 021 448 0050.
1) Download the application forms, fill them in, then fax, or scan and email them. All the details are in the application form. See the Downloadable
2) Fill in and submit your application form online. It’s very easy and your application will be sent straight to the right people who will contact you soon after.
3) Call to make an appointment with the a Student Adviser between 8:00 and 16:00 every day. You will be given the application forms, along with any advice you may need.
NB: Applications for BPsych are different – please see below.
Cornerstone Institute Application Form – can be emailed, delivered or posted.
BPsych Equivalent Dept Application Form – must be delivered or posted. No emails accepted.
BPsych Equivalent Confidential Referee Forms – must be emailed or posted by Referee directly to head of Dept of Psychology, Geraldine Franciscus [email protected]
Please complete the appropriate registration form according to the programme you have been accepted into, as per your ACCEPTANCE LETTER. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR ACCEPTANCE LETTER WITH YOU WHEN YOU REGISTER, OTHERWISE YOU MIGHT REGISTER FOR THE WRONG PROGRAMME.
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY ON THE REGISTRATION FORM.
To help you plan your studies, be aware that each credit takes 10 hours of work. So if a module is worth 12 credits, it will take you 120 hours to complete, which includes lectures, readings, research, assignments etc. If you are not working and are dedicating your time to your studies, a full load for a year is 120 to 130 credits. If you are working full-time you might struggle to take more than 60 to 70 credits in a year.
Please check our website for the programme you are taking so that you can see all the modules that the programme is comprised of.