Mopani South East TVET College 2022 Applications Are Open
Applications to study at Mopani South East TVET College in 2022 are now open. The college offers programmes in Engineering and Business training which relates directly to the South Africa’s developmental needs for skilled people in Engineering, Financial and Management fields.
You can now apply to study at Mopani South TVET College for 2022 as they address the need for skilled artisans, IT Technicians, professionals in tourism and hospitality industries and Finance.
They also offer a variety of skills and learnership programmes in partnership with Government SETA’S. In this way, the college aims to fill economic demands of the community.
Applications close on 13 October 2021. No walk-ins will be allowed.
- Mosate Hotel School
- Phalaborwa Campus (Business Studies)
- Sir Val Duncan Campus (Engineering Studies)
- Finance, Economics and Accounting
- Office Administration
- Engineering and Construction
- Electrical Infrastructure Construction
- Engineering and Related Design
- Information Technology and Computer Science
- Business Management
- Financial Management
- Management Assistant
- Marketing Management
- Public Management
- Human Resource Management
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Millwright Electrical/Mechanical
- Professional Cookery
- Assistant Chef
All the successful and unsuccessful applicants will be informed through SMS and E-mail.
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