2021 Registrations Now Open At Northlink College

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Northlink College. Northlink College aims to provide affordable education and practical skills to students by offering a wide range of technical and academic courses.

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Northlink College. Northlink College aims to provide affordable education and practical skills to students by offering a wide range of technical and academic courses.

Northlink College was established in 2002 when a merge between four colleges in the Northern Suburbs of the greater Cape Metropole occured. Northlink College is a nationally registered TVET institute with 7 other campuses around Cape Town. It is fully accredited by the Council on Higher Education and Department of Higher Education and Training. 

Registration Dates

  • NC(V), Business and Utilities Studies 19 January onwards
  • Engineering Studies N1 19 - 22 January
  • Engineering Studies N2 - N6 25 - 29 January

You are advised to bring along all your required documents when reporting to your Campus to register. Please adhere to Covid-19 regulations. 

Should you require any other additional information, you can contact one of the below campuses:

  • Belhar campus: 021 952 2113/9
  • Bellville campus: 021 951 2231
  • Goodwood campus: 021 591 3181
  • Parow campus: 021 931 8238
  • Protea campus: 021 946 2250
  • Tygerberg campus: 021 524 2200
  • Wingfiled campus: 021 591 9207

You can also send an email to info@northlink.co.za

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