Here Are The Maluti TVET College Courses On Offer


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Maluti TVET College is one of the 50 public colleges in South Africa. A wide variety of courses are offered at their campuses.


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Maluti TVET College aims to inspire entrepreneurship and employability to transform lives. The College offers a range of courses at their eight campuses.

The Maluti TVET College campuses are Main Campus, Bethlehem Campus, Harrismith Campus, Bonamelo Campus, Lere La Tshepe Campus, Itemoheleng Campus, Sefikeng Campus and Kwetlisong Campus.

Maluti TVET College Courses

  • Information Technology Level 2
  • Electrical Infrastructure Construction Level 2 -4
  • Engineering and Related Design Level 2
  • Civil Engineering and Building Construction Level 2 -4
  • Electrical Engineering N1-N6
  • Mechanical Engineering N1-N6
  • Civil Engineering N1-N6
  • Business Management N4-N6
  • Marketing Management N4-N6
  • Management Assistant N4-N6
  • Financial Management N4-N6
  • Public Management N4-N6
  • Human Resources Management N4-N6
  • Educare N4 –N6
  • Hospitality N4-N6
  • Clothing Production N4-N6
  • Art N4-N6

Will NSFAS Pay For Maluti TVET College Courses?

NSFAS is a government-funded financial aid program designed to assist eligible South African students in covering the costs of their tertiary education. NSFAS provides funding for a wide range of qualifications, including undergraduate degrees, diplomas, and certificates but do they fund Maluti TVET College students?

Well, NSFAS funds students who attend one of the 26 public universities or 50 public colleges, that is TVET Colleges. Seeing that Maluti TVET College falls under these institutions, one can conclude that yes, a Maluti TVET College student will qualify for funding, if they meet the other NSFAS requirements.

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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has been a beacon of hope for countless South African students aspiring to pursue higher education. However, one question that often arises is whether NSFAS will cover the costs of courses offered at institutions like Maluti TVET College.

 








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After completing your matric certificate exams, you are faced with a multitude of post-matric options that can shape your future paths.

These options range from pursuing higher education at universities or colleges, entering vocational training programs, joining the workforce, or even considering entrepreneurial ventures, each offering unique opportunities for personal and professional growth.

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