2023 Applications Now Open At West Coast TVET College

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Want to study further in 2023? West Coast TVET College, the institution of excellence, is now taking applications for the 2023 academic year. Apply now!


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2023 applications are now open at West Coast TVET College for National Certificate (Vocational) and N4-N6 studies. Applications close on 30 September.

This college provides students with an opportunity to make a career change with the skills they gain. 

How To Apply

  1. SUBMIT YOUR COLLEGE APPLICATION HERE
  2. If you already have a student number and you're coming back to finish your application, select yes and follow the instructions.
  3. Select no for both options if you do not have a student number and are not returning to complete an application.
  4. Read the terms and conditions and click 'I accept'.
  5. Fill in the required information
  6. Click 'Submit application'
  7. Upload the supporting documents

West Coast College is a Technical Vocational Education and Training College (TVET) where you will gain a meaningful qualification to gain access to the world of work, become an entrepreneur or enter university, depending on subject choices.

The College has transport available, bursaries from NSFAS and then you can even apply for Private accommodation should you wish.

West Coast College says that they offer integrated, theoretical and practical experience and exposure to any programme of your choice. West Coast College provides students with a stepping stone into their future.


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