College of Cape Town 2023 Applications Now Open

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Applications to study at the College of Cape Town are now open for the 2023 academic year. As a leading provider of Education and Training in mainly the TVET sector, the College of Cape Town has much to offer students.


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Those interested studying further can now apply to study at the College of Cape Town in 2023. The College of Cape Town is a top public TVET College under the Department of Higher Education offering accredited career-oriented vocational and occupational programmes.

Applications will close on 30 September. The following programmes are now available:

  • Art & Design
  • Beauty Therapy
  • Building & Civil Engineering
  • Business Studies
  • Education & Training
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Haircare
  • Hospitality
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Travel & Tourism
  • Information & Communication Technology

Bursaries are available from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) for National Certificate (Vocational) and NATED N1 - N6 studies.

How To Apply

There are various ways to apply:

Online

  1. Go to College of Cape Town's website
  2. Click on 'Apply Now'
  3. Follow the prompts

Manually

  1. Download an application form from the website or visit a campus for one
  2. Fill in the application form
  3. Attach your ID, most recent academic results, certificate/qualifications and proof of home address
  4. You can then submit the form and supporting documents by:
    1. Handing it in at the campus you wish to study
    2. Submit it via fax to 0860 103 682
    3. Email it to [email protected]
    4. Posted to PO Box 1054, Cape Town, 8000

Find more information on the College of Cape Town on our website.


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