Motheo TVET College Opens 2nd Semester Applications
Motheo TVET College in the Free State has opened their applications for second semester for the 2021 academic year. Applications must be submitted online so to find out how to apply, keep reading.
Second semester applications are now open at Motheo TVET College, one of the TVET Colleges in the Free State.
Applications must be done online and will close on 21 June 2021. Should you be interested in applying, do so as soon as possible as spaces are limited.
Motheo TVET College offers a variety of courses at their six campuses. Student support services are available to all students, including academic support. They also provide assistance to their students with bursary applications.
How To Apply
Be sure to upload all the required documents so that you can avoid any delays when it comes to your application being processed.
A minimum deposit of R1100 is needed when your application is successful.
National Certificate (Vocational) NQF Levels 2 - 4
- Gr 9 or 12
Report 191 National Certificate N4 (Business and General Studies)
- Gr 12
- NQF Level 4
Report 191 National Certificate Engineering N4
- Gr 12 with Mathematics and Science
- N3 Engineeering
- NQF Level 4
For more information on Motheo TVET College, visit the Motheo TVET College website here.
NSFAS has opened its application season for learners and out-of-school youth who will be studying at public universities and TVET colleges in 2022. However, some applicants have had trouble finding their courses listed on the NSFAS website.
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