UNISA MODULE SUPPORT
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Tutorials support for:
Accounting Sciences (BCompt Financial Accounting) modules,
Bachelor of Commerce (Investments) modules
and Postgraduate Diploma in Risk Management modules
Fresh and Innovative Approach
Our tutors are CA(SA)s, CIMA members and have various qualifications including, among others, BSc Economics, MSc Economics, PhD Students (Wits), PGD in Taxation (UNISA), CTA (Level 1&2) (UNISA) and ITC (SAICA).
1st Semester tutorials start on the 13th of February 2016. For detailed list of courses and modules, go to: Courses Offered page.
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Our focus is primarily to help students to understand the concepts and pass the exams at first attempt. Our approach is designed for part time students to help them balance the demands of work pressure while studying at the same time.
This is achieved through the following:
- Our classes are predominately exam oriented and we help students with exam techniques.
- Face to Face lectures covering all key syllabus area theory.
- Provide summarised and easy to understand additional notes covering key issues most students struggle to understand.
We follow UNISA study guides!
What is the Cost?
Dueltip Tutors understands that students face study financing problems but at the same time need to achieve their academic and career goals and objectives. Our classes are 2 hours long for each session and we offer the following favourable payment options for each course:
Pay as you attend
1. 1st year modules R180.00
2. 2nd year modules R190.00
3. 3rd year modules R200.00
Monthly payments (or 4 classes)
1. 1st year modules R620.00
2. 2nd year modules R660.00
3. 3rd year modules R700.00
1. 1st year modules R1 700.00
2. 2nd year modules R1 800.00
3. 3rd year modules R1 900.00
Our 4 hour long intensive revision classes are held during April/May and October/November.
We are a private institution and are in no way connected to UNISA. We do not hold a collaboration agreement with UNISA. Any reference to codes, is a reference to official UNISA codes. We do not duplicate their codes nor represent them as our own. We simply work through UNISA material with students as a form of academic support and revision.