As South Africa's infrastructure ages, there will be a demand for civil engineers that will be able to repair, rebuild bridges, roads, and design new infrastructure. The problem-solving skills of civil engineers are essential for any organization.
Studying Civil Engineering will prepare the student for planning, designing, maintenance and management of projects associated with the construction of houses, roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water supply and sewage systems.
Here are the Colleges in South Africa that offer Civil Engineering courses:
- Academic Institute of Excellence (AIE)
- College of Cape Town
- Boland College
- Vuselela Tvet College
- Ehlanzeni College
- Coastal KZN TVET College
- Nkangala TVET College
- Flavius Mareka TVET College
- Ikhala TVET College
- Goldfields TVET College
- Majuba TVET College
- Tshwane South TVET College
Minimum entry requirements to study Civil Engineering at a TVET College
At a TVET College, the entrance requirements for the Civil Engineering course are:
- NC(V) Programme:
A Grade 9 Certificate + college requirements set per programme.
- NATED Programme:
N1 admission - Grade 9 Certificate + college requirements set per programme.
N4 admission - Grade 12 Certificate with a pass in Mathematics + college requirements set per programme; OR an NC(V) Level 4 Certificate in Civil Engineering and Building Construction.