Late Registration Open At AIE For Mid-year Intake


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Late registration for the Mid-Year intake is now underway at AIE. Students who want to continue their studies at the Academic Institute of Excellence are encouraged to register as soon as possible to claim their spot before it's too late.


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The Academic Institute of Excellence (AIE) is known for their innovative approach to quality education, our excellence in delivery and our modern technological approach.

They have campuses in Johannesburg and Cape Town and students can choose between full-time hybrid, full-time online and part-time online (Flexi) learning.

    The institute has now opened up the Late registration for the mid-year intake. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible to secure their spots.

    The campuses boast a large range of courses and have the following schools

    • School of Information Technology & Data Science
    • School of Business, Entrepreneurship & Finance
    • School of Draughting & Technical Design
    • School of Engineering & Science
    • School of Architecture & The Built Environment

    How to register

    1. Go to the AIE website and visit the registration page
    2. The potential student, guardian and/or sponsor is required to complete the application form in full.
    3. Upon receipt of the application, a student advisor will be in contact with the candidate to discuss the outcome of the application and the way forward.
    4. Should the candidate like to conclude their registration, an invoice with banking details, as well as a list with required documentation, will be sent to the candidate.
    5. To secure enrolment slots, payment is required to be paid within 48 hours after receipt of invoice.
    6. Once the candidate is accepted, all documentation required is received and payments processed, the candidate's enrolment journey can be started.
    7. Please note: The Academic Institute of Excellence does not qualify for NSFAS Bursary Funds as we are a Private Higher Education institute.

    What Are The Fees At AIE?

    AIE's placement fees for permanent placement are based on the applicant's annual income and are invoiced on a monthly basis. The fees are calculated as a percentage of the applicant's annual income and are as follows:

    • For annual incomes between R24 000 and R120 000, the fee is 11%.
    • For annual incomes between R120 000 and R240 000, the fee is 12%.
    • For annual incomes above R240 000, the fee is 13%.

    It's important to note that these fees are applicable only for permanent placements and are subject to a 90-day guarantee period.

    This means that if the applicant leaves the job or is terminated within 90 days of the commencement date of employment, AIE will provide a replacement candidate at no extra cost. 

    The placement fee is payable within 7 days from the commencement date of employment, and all fees quoted are exclusive of VAT.

    For temporary/short-term/contract/managed placements, AIE negotiates fees on a case-by-case basis. These fees are billed as consulting services on a monthly basis, and a minimum commitment of 3 months is required from the client.

    Interested in studying at AIE and want to register? Head to AIE's website.








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