List Of TVET Colleges In South Africa

TVET Colleges focus on vocational and occupational education and training with aim of preparing students to become functional workers.

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Find below are the list of TVET Colleges In South Africa

Coastal KZN TVET College – Durban Campus

Address: 1 Jameson Cres, Congela, Durban, 4013
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 2PM
Phone: 031 206 0616

TSHWANE NORTH TVET COLLEGE

Address: Cnr. Kgosi Mampuru St &, Pretorius St, Pretoria Central, Pretoria, 0001
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4PM
Phone: 012 401 1600

Buffalo City College

Address: 8 Lukin Rd, Selborne, East London, 5213
Phone: 043 722 5453

Thekwini TVET College

Address: 70 Sydney Rd, Congela, Durban, 4027
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4PM
Phone: 031 327 5700

Central Johannesburg TVET College

Address: 5 Ubla Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg, 2000
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4PM
Phone: 011 351 6000

How many TVET colleges are there in South Africa?

50 TVET colleges

There are 50 TVET colleges across South Africa, of which 6 are located in the Western Cape.

How many college are in South Africa?

South Africa’s 26 public universities are all members of Universities South Africa. They are distributed within all nine provinces of South Africa. Each province has at least one university, with Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape provinces having just acquired their own institutions during 2014/2015.

What is the difference between college and TVET?

A TVET qualification is usually quicker to obtain and at a lower expense. It is also more focused on getting you into the workforce quicker. University programmes are geared towards the transfer of knowledge rather than skills.

Who qualifies for TVET college?

Do I qualify to study at a TVET college? In order to apply to study at a TVET college, you will have to have successfully completed grade 9 and be at least 16 years old. (Some of the qualifications have more subject specific requirements than offered at a grade 9 level.)

Is College SA funded by Nsfas?

No, College SA does not offer bursaries or financial support. We are a private distance learning college, registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). We do not accept NSFAS bursaries.

Is Rosebank College a TVET College?

Is Rosebank College a TVET college? Well, Rosebank is registered as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997. It opened its doors in 2007 under the Independent Institutes of Education (IIE) in South Africa and acquired full local accreditation in the same year.

Can you study at TVET college without matric?

FET colleges, always known as TVET colleges, allow you to study without matric. It also provides valuable workplace skills through in-classroom learning. As part of your practicals and training, you will be required to work within the industry you are studying in.

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