Orbit TVET College Open 2nd Semester Applications

Second Semester applications are now open at Orbit TVET College. Orbit TVET College wants to provide high-quality education and training that is affordable and relevant.

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You can now apply for Second Semester at Orbit TVET College. Orbit TVET College is one of the TVET Colleges in North West. 

The College has said that all new students must apply for a NSFAS bursary first.

How To Apply

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Follow the steps on the student application guide to help you.

Once your application has been completed, you will receive an SMS indicating that you have to submit the following documents:

All Applicants

  • Certified copy of your ID
  • Certified copy of your latest results

If you are dependent on your parents/guardian/spouse

  • Certified ID copies of your parents(s), guardian, spouse

If you have a disability

Foreign students

  • Certified copies of passport
  • SAQA approved foreign qualification
  • Valid study permit
  • Proof of medical insurance or cover

Submit these documents to the campus where you applied by email:

Prospective students will also have to write a placement test and will have to contact the campus they wish to study at to book at a time and date to write. 

You should bring a certified copy of your ID and a certified copy of your highest grade passed along with a calculator and a pen. 

Results will be made available immediately after doing the test. These results then need to be emailed to the relevant campus:

Visit the Orbit TVET College website for more information on the College.

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