SACAP Cape Town campus

Cape Town Campus
SACAP’s Cape Town campus was founded in 1997 by Marc Feitelberg. With an admirable 15-year track record, the college, originally situated in Wynberg, was based on a similar model to its successful sister college in Australia – the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP)- to address the significant skills gap that existed, and still exists, between theoretical psychology education and applied skills and practice.

Due to the campus’ impressive track record and the subsequent increase in demand for it’s growing bouquet of accredited qualifications, The South African College of Applied Psychology Cape Town, recently relocated to a brand new, larger campus at the very heart of Claremont.

Cape Town Sunclare buildingLocated on the first floor of the iconic Sunclare Building, these magnificent new premises offer SACAP students an exciting, yet intimate learning environment, outstanding facilities, and comfortable pause and study areas.

Just across from the popular Cavendish Square Shopping Mall, the campus is surrounded by trendy shops, boutiques, delis, restaurants and coffee shops. The campus is easy to access from the M3 and is located a mere 15 minutes from the center of town.

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SACAP Cape Town campus address

1st Floor Sun Clare building,
21 Dreyer Street,
Cape Town