Applicants for the course must complete an application form and pre-interview task and send them to us at International House Cape Town. If you are a suitable applicant, an interview will be set up: if you are a long distance from Cape Town, you will be asked to telephone/Skype for an interview. To secure a place once you have been accepted, you should ensure that the full fee is paid at least four weeks before the course begins. Applicants applying fewer than four weeks before the course are required to pay the fees on acceptance.
Price: R 15 860
You can pay for the course – but send NO MONEY until you have been accepted onto a course! using one of the following methods:
How to Pay
PLEASE NOTE: You will be liable for any bank charges, even if you have already paid bank charges in your own country.
1. Direct bank transfer:
- Account name: IH Cape Town Language Institute (Pty) Ltd
- Bank: Nedbank: Branch Code: 123 209
- Account No: 1232139378
- Swift Code: NEDSZAJJ
- Reference#: CELTA – Your name
To ensure that your payment has been correctly allocated please email/fax proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax No: 086 628 6068
2. Credit card
You can pay for the course by Visa or Mastercard. However, this will carry an additional cost of 5% of the value of the course i.e. R575.00.
Please note: if the card you wish to use is not in your name, we will need a fax authorising its use for payment of our course, signed by the cardholder. We will not put the payment through without this authorisation.
In all cases of cancellation we will retain 10% of fees paid to cover administrative costs. In the case of cancellation six weeks or more before the course starting date, 20% of our total fee will be retained. With less than six weeks’ notice, 50% of our total fee will be retained. If cancellation occurs in the final ten days before the starting date our total fee will be retained. However, in certain exceptional circumstances we will consider transferring the fees to another course. No transfer is made if notice is insufficient to allow for the finding of a substitute candidate.