Thinking about enrolling in an academic programme related to Psychology, Human Resource Management or Business Management and you live in Johannesburg? Here’s where you can study.
The South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP) offers a wide range of registered and accredited courses ranging from Higher Certificates, Diplomas, Undergraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Qualifications and specialised programmes.
If you are looking for a place to study Psychology in Johannesburg, SACAP might be the institution for you.
SACAP’s Johannesburg campus is based in Strathavon, Sandton. At this campus, they have a plethora of programme offerings, ranging from Higher Certificate in Counselling, Human Resource Management as well as Business Management. They also offer a diploma for counselling and a Bachelors in Applied Social Sciences,
majoring in counselling and either Psychology and Counselling, Psychology and Human Resource Management or majoring in Psychology and Business Management.
They also have postgraduate offerings which range from academic honours in Psychology, as well as a professional honours which is the Bachelor in their BPsych equivalent, which is a professional honours. There’s a Masters, a coaching school and another professional programme which is their undergraduate Bachelor in Social Work.
SACAP’s Johannesburg campus has a range of facilities:
- Resource-centred campus with many spaces suit every student’s needs
- A pause area with a garden to provide breathing space to students
- An independent canteen which caters to a range of dietery requirements
being halaal friendly, kosher friendly and conscious around elements of lactose intolerance and gluten intolerance as well.
- Wi-Fi throughout the campus
- A library equipped with computers, books, reference books, textbooks, e-journals and e-textbooks
- Friendly security around campus
This institution also offers students 360 degree support which starts from the day you come on to campus in the form of counsellors, peer assisted learning and services provided through their Student Support and Development team.
At SACAP, you will be in a class that’s no bigger than 25 students and you work intimately with your educators and classmates.
Speaking to Careers Portal, Dr Jacklyn Lotter, the Academic Dean of SACAP, said:
Our educators are all practitioners as well so they’re all practicing in their relevant fields and their relevant disciplines which means that into the classroom they really bring the real world experience so you’re getting a combination between the theory and the application of the theory.
SACAP uses a work integrated learning component which means that you’re placed in an organisation in the field in which you are studying and you gain an invaluable real world working experience in those settings while also positively giving back to the communities and the organisations in which you work.
Head to the SACAP website for more information about SACAP application, courses and fees.