Trimester 3 Applications Now Open At Ekurhuleni East TVET College

You can now apply for Trimester 3 studies at Ekurhuleni East TVET College. Are you interested? Well then keep reading to find out what’s on offer and how you can apply.


Applications to study at Ekurhuleni East TVET College are now open for Trimester 3.

You can now apply to study the following programmes:

  • N1-6 Electrical Engineering
  • N1-6 Mechanical Engineering
  • N4-6 Civil Engineering 

Applications close on 25 August.

How To Apply

  • Go to
  • Click on ‘student portal login/application’
  • Click on ‘interested in studying here’
  • Follow the prompts

You will also need to submit an ID copy / certificate of the applicant, Results, Proof of address and a Parent/Guardian ID Copy.

All prospective students will undergo a compulsory selection process. The College will administer a selection and placement/assessment test as this would assist in the correct placement of students into relevant programmes. 

This is to ensure that prospective students are placed in an appropriate programme of which they have the necessary capabilities and will also enable the College to identify those learners requiring additional support.

No student will be accepted or admitted into EEC without undergoing the placement test process. The selection and placement test are also used to identify students who may require onward referral or learning and academic support.

Ekurhuleni East College is a TVET College and their vision is to empower and prepare their students for the labour market and self-employment. Their mission is to create a good learning environment which meets the Education, Training and Development expectations of their students.

Visit the Ekurhuleni East TVET College website for more information on EEC.

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