How To Submit Your Varsity College Application
Independent Institute of Education (IIE’s) Varsity College offers students the opportunity to pursue qualifications in a wide range of fields. The following is a guide for prospective students to follow when applying for the private college.
For the student who prefers learning in a more intimate setting, with a smaller student body, Varsity College is one among many private institution options in South Africa that can cater to these requirements. Offering qualifications from online to contact learning, and part-time to full time, the Varsity College website provides a guided application process for any of these options.
Prospective students can pursue a qualification in any of these fields: Faculties of Commerce, Humanities and Social Sciences, Information and Communications Technology, Law and Education.
To complete an application, the prospective student is expected to do the following:
- Visit the Varsity College Website and click the “Apply” heading in the navigation bar
- Choose what type of Application you want to submit, i.e. Full-time/Part-time Undergraduate contact or online learning, or Postgraduate contact or online learning, and so on.
- Once you have clicked on the type of application you will be applying for, follow the prompts, which will require you to fill in yours and your guardians’ personal details, including prior education, and whether or not you require student accommodation and so on.
- Completing this form and submitting it will create an Application ID for the prospective student, after which an email or SMS confirming your Application ID will be sent, and the student will be prompted further from there.
To get more details on this process, visit Varsity College’s official website.
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