Here Are The Motheo TVET College Courses On Offer

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Motheo TVET College is one of the 50 public colleges in South Africa. Motheo TVET College offers a variety of courses at their six campuses.


If you are an aspiring TVET college student, chances are that Motheo TVET College is one of your preferred options to pursue your academic journey but what courses do they offer?

Motheo TVET College has six campuses: Bloemfontein Campus, Hillside View Campus, Thaba `Nchu Campus, Koffiefontein Satellite Campus, Zastron Satellite Campus and the Botshabelo Satellite Campus.

Motheo TVET College Courses 

  • Engineering National Certificate (Vocational) Levels 2-4
  • Engineering Report 191 N1-N6
  • Business & Utility Studies National Certificate (Vocational) Levels 2-4
  • Business & Utility Studies Report 191 N1-N6
  • Hair Care, Beauty And Nail Technology TVET certificate

Motheo TVET College Admission Requirements

  • National Certificate (Vocational) NQF Levels 2 - 4
    • Grade 9 or 12
  • Report 191 National Certificate N4
    • Grade 12
    • N3

Will Nsfas Pay for Motheo TVET College Courses?

NSFAS is a government bursary scheme that bears the responsibility of providing funding to tertiary students from the country’s underprivileged households. NSFAS student funding is specifically intended for students who are enrolled in any of the country’s public universities and TVET College.

There are currently 26 public universities and a total of 50 TVET Colleges in South Africa and Motheo TVET College is one of them. This means that yes, Nsfas will cover you if you study at Motheo TVET College.

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