Matric And Bridging Courses At Oxbridge Academy
If you want to complete your high school or improve on your marks, don’t worry! There are many schools and colleges offering bridging or matric courses which allow you to continue your studies. Bridging courses can help you bring your matric results up to university standards quickly and easily.
There are many schools and colleges offering bridging or matric courses which allow you to continue your studies further.
MATRIC AND BRIDGING COURSES
Do you want to study towards a Matric Certificate? Or do you want to study towards a National Qualification, despite not having completed your Matric?
The Matric and Bridging Courses at Oxbridge Academy are designed for students who did not complete Matric at school. The aim of these courses is to give students the opportunity to reach the academic level that they need to continue with their studies at N1 or N4-level.
AT OXBRIDGE ACADEMY, YOU CAN STUDY TOWARDS THE FOLLOWING MATRIC AND BRIDGING COURSES:
- General Education and Training Certificate: ABET Level 4
- Best Chance of Matric Success
- Senior Certificate (as Amended)
- National Senior Certificate Rewrites
- Bridging Certificate to N1 Engineering Studies
- Introductory Certificate: N4 Business Studies
PLEASE NOTE: Exam registrations for the 2021 Matric Rewrites have closed.
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