How To Apply To Study At Tshwane North TVET College


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Studying at a TVET College provides students with the necessary skills to excel in their chosen career path. Here is how students can apply to study at Tshwane North TVET College.


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Tshwane North College aims to empower their students and prepare them for the world. Tshwane North College is a TVET College with 385 lecturers and 163 support staff with a student population of between 15 000 and 24 000 per annum.

Various programmes are offered at Tshwane North College such as Learnerships and Skills, Artisan Development, Modes of Delivery and Open Learning subjects.

The college offers the following courses:

  • Skills Programme
  • National Certificate (N4-N6)
  • National Certificate (Vocational)

The courses are categorised by campus. These include:

  • Mamelodi Campus
  • Pretoria Campus (No Engineering Studies)
  • Rosslyn Campus
  • Soshanguve North Campus (No Business Studies)
  • Soshanguve South Campus (No Engineering Studies)
  • Temba Campus

Tshwane North TVET College offers bursaries to deserving students who have previously excelled at various institutions. Students interested in applying to the college may do so in person and online. 

In person applications require students to collect application forms at the college’s campuses. Online applications are done via the college website.

Before applying to the college, students are requested to sign an acknowledgement that they prefer to make their own choice outside of the placement screening.

Students are also reminded that they need a valid email address and cellphone number during the application process. The college will use these contact details to communicate with them.

How To Apply

  1. Visit the Tshwane North TVET College website.
  2. Select “Application Process - New Students” under the “Study with us” tab.
  3. Scroll down to “Start Your Application”. 
  4. Fill in the necessary fields.
  5. Submit the necessary documents.
  6. Complete the application form.

Students will need to submit the following certified documents:

  • Birth Certificate/Identity Document (Proof of application for new ID/Passport)
  •  Certificates/Qualifications
  • Recent Academic results
  • Municipal billing document/other account statements (not older than 3 months)
  • A valid study permit (Foreign national students)
  • The South African Qualification Authority’s (SAQA)
  • Evaluation Certificate (foreign qualifications).

Once the TVET College application has been submitted, the students will receive a confirmation email with all the application information.

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