ICFP Board Examinations

The ICFP Board accredited the forensic programmes of North-West University, the University of South Africa (Unisa) and the University of Pretoria.  The accreditation of the programmes means that that the Universities have put in place the appropriate resources that, if utilised effectively, should enable it to deliver the programme at the required standards and levels of quality; and the programme meets the ICFP's requirements in terms of the standards of learning and teaching.

 

     
Minimum requirements:
Grade 12 and three years’ relevant academic or practical experience

 

 
Minimum Requirements

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Minimum requirements
A national senior certificate/Grade 12 and a bachelor’s degree for NQF level 8 credit-bearing assessment (see brochure for more details)
 
NQF level
NQF level 6 (Second-year tertiary level)
NQF level
NQF level 8 
NQF level
Postgraduate Diploma in Investigation and Forensic Accounting at NQF 8 level
MPhil (Fraud Risk Management) at NQF 9 level

University of Pretoria

Brochure

Details 

Brochure

Full exemption if student passed both FORP 313 and FORP 676