Second Semester Applications Are Open Until 30 April 2021 At College of Cape Town

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Second semester applications are now open at College of Cape Town. Find out what courses are on offer and how to apply below.


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  • Art & Design N4-N6 minimum requirement passed grade 12. The course is offered at our City campus. All these courses are 18 months in class (three semesters) plus 18 months in-service training.
  • Business management N4-N6 minimum requirements passed grade 12. The course is offered at the following campuses: City (Full time ONLY), Crawford (FULL TIME AND PART TIME) and Guguletu (FULL TIME)
  • Early Childhood Development (ECD) (teaching kids from birth until five years old-crèche) N4-N6 minimum requirements passed grade 12. The course is offered both full time and distance learning at our Crawford campus.
  • Financial management N4-N6 minimum requirements passed grade 12 with accounting. The course is offered at our city campus
  • Human resources N4-N6 ONLY part time: minimum requirement is passed grade 12. The course is offered at our Crawford campus.
  • Management assistant N4-N6: minimum requirement is passed grade 12, students with competency in computer typing, typing, information processing or computer application technology (cat) will receive preference. The course is offered at our City campus.
  • Hospitality N4-N6: Minimum requirements: passed grade 12. The course is offered full time at our City campus.
  • Tourism N4-N6: Minimum requirements: passed grade 12. The course is offered at our City campus.

 

Athlone campus:

  • N1: Building & Civil engineering
  • N1: Mechanical Engineering: Fitting & Machining
  • N1: Mechanical Engineering: Motor Mechanics
  • Requirements: Minimum of Grade 11 with Pure Maths (Maths Lit will be considered)

 

Guguletu campus:

  • Electrical Engineering N1-N3 - minimum requirement is Grade 10 with Mathematics

 

Pinelands campus:

  • Electrical Engineering N4-N6 minimum requirement N3 or grade 12 with Mathematics
  • National N1-N3 Certificates in Building and Civil Engineering 1 full year Each level is one trimester (12 weeks) DISTANCE LEARNING ONLY
  • N1: Minimum of Grade 11 with Mathematics above 50% at Pinelands campus
  • National N1-N3 Certificates in Electrical Engineering 1 full year Each level is one trimester (12 weeks) Distance Learning Only N1: Minimum of Grade 9 with Mathematics above 60 at Pinelands campus
  • National N1-N3 Certificates in Mechanical Engineering 1 full year each level is one trimester (12 weeks) Distance Learning Only N1: Minimum of Grade 11 with Mathematics above 50% at Pinelands campus

Thornton campus:
Mechanical Engineering N4-N6 Certificates 1-year full time each level is one trimester (12 weeks) minimum requirement N3 or grade 12 pass with Mathematics and Science at our Thornton campus
Building and Civil Engineering N4-N6 Certificates 1-year full time each level is one trimester (12 weeks) minimum requirement N3 or grade 12 pass with Mathematics and Science at our Thornton campus

All you need to apply for the course is:certified copy of your id, certified copy of your results and proof of address. APPLICATION IS FREE.

To apply you can either get a form from the relevant campus or download it from our website www.cct.edu.za and send it back to us via: email - [email protected] / post P.O Box 1054 Cape Town 8000/ hand deliver to the relevant campus indicated above.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT US:

(E): [email protected]
(T): (021) 404 6700
(F): (021) 404 6701


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