King Hintsa TVET College

King Hintsa TVET College aims to be responsive to the social and economic needs of their communities. Their mission is to equip their students with the essential skills to contribute to the development of rural communities. They offer a variety of courses and learnerships to their students. King Hintsa TVET College has five campuses including hostels. Assistance is provided to students when applying for bursaries. All students are encouraged to apply for these bursaries as well as NSFAS funding.

 

Qualifications offered

Courses:

  • National Certificate (Vocational)
  • Report 191 Engineering
  • Report 191 Business
  • Short Courses

Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

Campuses:

  • Teko Campus
  • HB Tsengwa Campus
  • Centane Campus
  • Dutywa Campus
  • Msobomvu Campus

Applications:

Application forms may be collected from any of the campuses listed above or downloaded from the website.

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TVET College

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