Can I Go To College With Grade 9?


Can I got to college with only a Grade 9 report? Simply put, yes. According to the Western Cape Government, as part of the Higher Education system, TVET Colleges accept students who've completed Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12 at high school level. University post-graduates can also enrol for courses at TVET Colleges for more practical exposure.


Can I go to college with grade 9?

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With a focus on employability, TVET colleges are preparing students for careers in the dynamic, global economy. The curriculum provides students with essential skills to compete globally in the future economy where technology is constantly changing.

Students at TVET colleges undergo training in various fields, to equip them with skills that will be required by the industry. Learning the basics to more advanced subjects, students are given knowledge of engineering, information technology, business management and finance. This not only helps them get employed but also opens up opportunities to be entrepreneurs.

Not all colleges and TVET colleges offer the same courses. It’s a good idea to first do some research on courses offered  by colleges which interest you.

TVET colleges are also focused on providing practical skills that are needed in the workplace. Math is not just about numbers. It's used in fields like architecture, accounting, engineering, finance, IT and science - so if you are good at math you are good at problem-solving!

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