Students learn to analyse, discuss and evaluate business activities at local, national and international levels. The course covers a range of organizations from all sectors, as well as the socio-cultural and economic contexts in which those organizations operate.
Students are also encouraged to use the web portal to register for examinations once the corresponding payments have been made at the bank. The forms must be accompanied by the correct examination fee for each subject to be written.
Entry forms with insufficient fees will be returned. No entries will be accepted for the Diploma examinations until the Certificate subjects have been completed. Only full time students at a college or approved educational Institution who have passed 8 out of the 9 Certificate examinations will be permitted to write the one failed subject together with the Intermediate Diploma subjects.
No entries will be accepted for the Diploma examinations until at least five Intermediate Diploma level subjects have been passed. Students who are unemployed or those not employed in relevant areas will be required to undergo a period of at least 12 months of industrial or commercial attachment in relevant positions.
The industrial attachment will be guided by a logbook which will be submitted to the Institute by the candidates for assessment. Refund of Examination Fees Examination fees are not normally refundable, but consideration will be given to applicants for refunds on medical grounds only at the discretion of the Institute.
A handling fee will be charged and deducted from the amount to be refunded. Examination Registration Students will not be allowed to register for a subject at a higher level before they have passed a similar subject at a lower level.
Basic Accounting must be passed before registration for Financial Accounting is considered. Any number of examination subjects may be attempted at any one sitting as long as rule 1 above is complied with.
Students studying part time are advised to take no more than four subjects in a year. Subjects to be taken must be accommodated within the examination timetable. If students enter for subjects that clash on the timetable, they may only write one paper and forfeit the second entry fee.
Applications for entry to the examination must be made on the prescribed form which must be received by the office in Harare before the closing date. Late entries are not accepted. Any entry form which has not been fully and properly completed will be rejected.
If a student satisfies the examiners in any subject he or she will be credited with a pass irrespective of performance in any other subject attempted at the same sitting. Examination students are reminded that no aids are allowed into the examination hall except in the case of Open Book Examinations.
Students who are writing examinations in subjects which involve the use of statutes will only be examined on the statutes applicable at least six months prior to the examination.
Cellular phones are banned from the examination hall. Students who arrive one hour after the start of the examination will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.
Students are only allowed to leave the examination hall after the first hour of the examination. The Institute reserves the right to vary the examination rules as and when it is necessary.
Hats, headgear and inappropriate attire are banned from the examination hall. Examinations may at present be written at any one of the following centres in Zimbabwe: Requests to change from one examination centre to another will not be considered after the closing date for entries, unless the student has moved permanently to a considerable distance.
Every effort is made to ensure that the results are available by 30 June in the case of the May examinations and 31 December in the case of the November examinations. Students cannot be informed of the number of marks they have obtained in an examination but they will be given a symbol to indicate the approximate standard of their attempt.
The results letter will carry the following symbols:(b) Koffee Enterprise was established with a presence across the entire coffee value chain from procuring, processing and roasting of coffee beans to retailing coffee products across various formats.
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