Applications For Trimester 2 & Semester 2 Now Open At Northlink College


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Applications for Trimester and Semester study are now open at Northlink College. Northlink College aims to be the leading provider of Education and Training Excellence.


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Northlink College Online Application

Northlink College is now taking applications for Trimester 2 and Semester 2 study. Various courses are on offer at Northlink College as they have a mission to provide relevant, accredited Education and Training which will address the Skills and Developmental needs of students.

The following courses are on offer:

  • Business Studies
  • Engineering Studies

How To Apply To Northlink TVET College

  1. Go the Northlink TVET College website
  2. Click on 'Apply'
  3. Select whether you're a new student or not
  4. Accept the POPIA clause and click 'next'
  5. Enter your personal details
  6. Capture your school subjects
  7. Enter your highest qualification details
  8. Select your course and click 'add qualification'
  9. You'll see your application details summary, click 'continue'
  10. Create a 5-digit login pin
  11. Accept the Rules & Agreement and click 'submit application'
  12. Select 'yes' under 'confirmation of enquiry'
  13. Upload your supporting documents and when done, click 'Complete Upload'
  14. Your application will be acknowledged via SMS & e-mail.

Northlink Online Application

Applicants will need to upload certified copies of their ID, latest results and proof of residential address.

You can view the status of your application at any given time by just logging into the Northlink TVET College website.

All students are encouraged to apply for NSFAS as it provides financial relief for low income households. They provide bursary accommodation as well as private accommodation for students who do not qualify for bursary residence.

Northlink College is a TVET College situated in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town and offers various courses. 

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In comparison to the state funding received by public universities, TVET colleges in the country are substantially underfunded. However, the Department is currently developing a number of plans to change this. 








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