Late Applications Now Open at College of Cape Town For 2024


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College of Cape Town has opened their 2024 late applications. There are so many courses you can apply for so keep reading.

Colleges Open For Late Applications

College of Cape Town is one of the TVET colleges that is open for late applications in 2024. 

Late applications for 2024 is officially open at the College of Cape Town. This late application period will close on 5 January so don't miss out on this amazing opportunity.

The following programmes at the TVET College are available:

Athlone Campus

  • NCV Level 2: Engineering & Related Design: minimum requirement - passed grade 9 or grade 10. Duration for the course is three years full time

Crawford Campus

  • NCV Information Technology & Computer Science Level 2: minimum requirement - passed grade 9. Duration for the course is three years full time.
  • NCV Finance Economics and Accounting Level 2: minimum requirement - passed grade 9. Duration for the course is three years full time.

Pinelands Campus

  • NCV Electrical Infrastructure Construction Level 2: minimum requirement - passed grade 9. Duration for the course is three years’ full time.
  • NCV Robotics Level 2: minimum requirement - passed grade 9. Duration for the course is three years’ full time.
  • Electrical Engineering N4-N6: minimum requirement -  passed grade 12

Thornton Campus

  • NCV Building & Civil: Plumbing Level 2: minimum requirement - passed grade 9. Duration for the course is three years’ full time.
  • NCV Engineering & Related Design (Welding) Level 2: minimum requirement - passed grade 9. Duration for the course is three years full time.
  • Building & Civil Engineering N4-N6: minimum requirement -  passed grade 12
  • Mechanical Engineering N4-N6: minimum requirement -  passed grade 12

College of Cape Town Online Application 2024

How To Apply

APPLY NOW

Submit the following certified documents along with application:

  • Birth certificate/ID/proof of application for new ID/passport
  • Most recent academic results
  • Certificate/Qualifications
  • Proof of home address

NSFAS Bursaries Available

2024 applications for NSFAS bursaries are now open. All courses are covered by the bursary.

Students at the College of Cape Town may apply for NSFAS online using myNSFAS. Here is how to apply for NSFAS online:

  1. Create a myNSFAS account via this link: https://my.nsfas.org.za/.
  2. Click on the ‘Apply’ tab to update your personal information and upload your application supporting documents
  3. Submit your application.

NSFAS provides financial relief for low-income households. They cover your tuition, registration, learning materials, transport, accommodation and other student needs.

 

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