Online Campus

Study online in a way that works  for you

As part of SACAP’s commitment to a person-centred approach to learning, we have 2 online personal study options that you can choose from, namely: Online Live or Online Flexi. Each of these options uses a distinct blend of approaches to learning so that you can benefit from interaction and collaboration with your educators and fellow students, plus the ability to engage with other learning activities on a deeper self-directed level.

Online Live

Online Live is a hybrid approach to online learning. It combines weekly real-time virtual class engagement with self-paced online learning resources and activities. This means you will benefit from the interactive and social aspect of the virtual classes plus the freedom to work through learning resources and other online activities at a pace that suits you best.

Online Flexi

Online Flexi is an active, engaging and collaborative learning experience. It’s a great choice if you want the freedom to manage your weekly course requirements and your other life commitments, while still enjoying the benefits of interacting and engaging in learning activities with your educator and virtual classmates. At your educator’s discretion, live webinars may also be scheduled from time to time. 


  • All qualifications regardless of the mode of delivery share the same module outlines, with the exception of the Honours Research Thesis which is one term longer when offered online.
  • In general, there are 2 assessments and a module engagement grade for each module. However, there are exceptions.
  • There are a variety of assessments implemented (case studies, reflective essays, reports, etc).


Student Support

Even though our students are studying online, they won’t be alone. SACAP provides high levels of support.

  • Head of Campus
  • Head of Teaching and Learning
  • Head of Student Support and Development
  • Head of Work Integrated Learning 
  • Work Integrated Learning Coordinators 
  • Student Mentors
  • Student Advisors
  • Programme Coordinator
  • Student Administrators
  • Librarians


  • Access to a computer and a reliable, stable internet connection.
  • A valid e-mail address.
  • A familiarity with accessing and reading PDF documents, watching videos online, and creating documents in Microsoft Word.
  • Students will need to have the following software, which can be downloaded for free:


Visit our FAQs page here for additional information.

How to apply

How to apply

1. Talk

Chat to your admissions officer for course advice or to answer any questions you may have.

2. Submit

  • Fill in your application form and send it, together wih your supporting documents
    to or email it to your admissions officer.

3. Pay

  • Pay your registration fee and finalise payment plans
    and outstanding documents to confirm your place.

4. Receive

Get your student number, textbook lists and invitation to orientation. Congratulations! You are now a fully registered student at SACAP.

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