Lovedale Semester 2 Part-Time Applications Are Now Open
Lovedale has officially opened their online applications for semester two, for part- time students. They have space available in various courses and the applications are closing soon. If you are interested in attending Lovedale part-time, now is your chance to apply.
Lovedale TVET college has now opened their online applications for semester two part-time students.
The institution strives to be a well capacitated, accessible credible and self-sustaining TVET College, with flexible and dynamic programmes which are responsive to the needs of the community, public and private sectors.
They have space free in the following courses:
- Business Management
- Financial Management
- Human Resource Management
- Introductory Business Management
- Management Assistant
- Public Management
How to apply online:
- Go to Lovedales website here
- Create an account by filling in your details or log in to your existing account
- Upload your supporting documents
Once your application in complete you will receive a message saying, "pending verification".
NB: When you are applying make sure all the boxes on top of your screen are ticked green.
Applications close the 28th of May, 2021, so get applying if you want to secure your position at Lovedale.
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