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There are hundreds of different options for colleges to study at. There are TVET Colleges which are government owned and all accredited to offer courses and qualifications.

There are also about 300 private colleges that are registered and accredited with the government. As long as a private college is accredited and registered there is no reason why you shouldn't study there if they offer a course you are interested in.

TVET Colleges

University is not your only option for furthering your education. The Department of Higher Education and Training views Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges as Institutions of Choice. Here is a list of South Africa's TVET colleges. NSFAS funding is available if you study at TVET Colleges.

Unisa

UNISA has decided to reopen the application period for studying degrees and diplomas in 2020. If you were previously too late to apply you now have another chance.

There have been many developments in the higher education sector in past decades, notably a rise in the number of institutions from which prospective students can choose when considering their further education. Along with the increase in public universities, there has also been substantial growth in the private higher education sector.

Delivering education to the people for more than 70 years, Damelin is an award-winning brand that is committed to academic excellence but more than that, they are committed to building a nation we can all be proud of.

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