Applications are Open for Semester 2 at False Bay College

With the addition of an online application system, students are now able to apply online to study with False Bay TVET College. Semester 2 classes start 14 July.

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Just a click of a button, Matriculants can now apply to study towards a National N Diploma in Business, Financial, Public or Human Resources Management. 

If working in a corporate office is not your dream? We are accepting applications for our National N Diploma programmes in Hospitality, Tourism and Educare too!.

The College has six delivery sites namely, Fish Hoek, Muizenberg, Westlake, Mitchell's Plain, Swartklip and Khayelitsha.

Full-time study not for you? You can select to study part-time or via distance learning, while enjoying the perks of being a full-time student.

All College programmes are certified nationally. NC(V), National Certificate and National N Diploma Programmes are recognised by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme.
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Need to know more? Visit our website www.falsebaycollege.co.za

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