Study Business Management at College of Cape Town

The most successful entrepreneurs are driven by a deep-seated desire to create or innovate and have a passion for starting something new. You want to be the one that stands out. College of Cape Town offers a variety of courses in finance and business management that will help you start up your own company or accelerate your career in an already established company.



National Certificates N4-N6: Business Management

Entrepreneurship can be one of the most satisfying careers imaginable and will prepare you for any career in business. Prepare for an exciting journey as College of Cape Town helps you explore the world of entrepreneurship, step-by-step.

After completion of the N4 – N6 Certificates students need to complete 18 months in industry/practical before qualifying for National N-Diploma through the department of Higher Education and Training. This course enables students to use the business skills and knowledge learned to pursue a career in Entrepreneurship, run their own businesses, or work in a retail, wholesale or generic management environment.


What do I need to have completed before I can apply to study this course?

• Grade 12 or an equivalent qualification

An average percentage of 45% or higher will be to the candidate’s advantage  (Business Studies and English). The medium of teaching in this course is English and students must be able to speak and write English.


How long will it take to complete the qualification?

  • 6 months per level full-time (3 semesters to complete up to N6 level)
  • 18 months practical experience
  • Enrolment in January and July

(Part-time - Crawford Campus only)


Where can I study this course?



Part-time is available as an option at CRAWFORD CAMPUS


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