2021 Registrations Now Open At False Bay College
Registrations for the 2021 academic year are open at the False Bay College. The False Bay College’s mission is to develop people by serving as a gateway to employment, small business development, and higher education for the community.
False Bay College believes that its students must become an asset to society and have lifelong access to education. The college has five well-resourced campuses in the Cape Peninsula that collectively have an annual enrolment of around 11 000 students.
While not the largest college, False Bay has consistently been recognised as one of the best TVET colleges in South Africa for over 15 years.
Due to the rise in COVID-19 infections, the college has decided to move to a new online Student Information System (Academia), which will be used for online registrations.
Students who were registered for National Certificated Vocational (NCV), NATED Hospitality or Tourism Studies at False Bay TVET College in 2020 and were not in an exit level i.e. NCV Level 4, or N6 Hospitality or Tourism Studies will receive registration communication via SMS which will include the following:
- Student login name to the Student Portal
- Link to the Student Portal http://falsebay.academiaerp.com/
Please follow the steps on how to activate your Academia profile.
Please note that most of the registration communication with students will be done via email. It is, therefore, most important that each student activate their student email address (179XXXXXX@fbstudent.org.za). (Communication has been shared on how to activate your email address via WhatsApp).
For more information regarding registrations at False Bay College, click here.
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