Tshwane South Tvet College Online Application fee 2024-2025

By | September 9, 2022

Tshwane South Tvet College Online Application fee 2024-2025

Tshwane South Tvet College Online Application fee 2024-2025

Tshwane South Tvet College Online Application fee 2024-2025

Applicants can learn more about Tshwane South Tvet College Online Application fee 2024-2025 from this page.

Documents Required

  • ID/Passport/Birth Certificate three certified copies
  • Three certified copies of Parent/Legal Guardian’s ID
  • One photo of ID size
  • Certified copy of most recent school report/Grade 9 or higher
  • A distinct email address and phone number

Tshwane South TVET College Application Procedure

A step-by-step guide to applying to Tshwane South TVET College is provided below. Please read everything we have written.

  • Step 1: Determine which course you want to pursue; career counseling is available.
    Fill out an application form, which is available on all of our campuses and at the Admin Center, or apply online.
  • Step 2: Pay a non-refundable registration fee of R100 or a late application fee of R200, ensuring that you meet the minimum requirements before applying; payment information is on the application form. This does not guarantee your acceptance.
  • Step 3: Submit the form to the campus where you want to study, along with your certified ID copy, latest school results, parent/guardian ID copy, and proof of payment.
    If applying online you can submit your documents electronically.
  • Step 4: Foreign candidates must evaluate their qualifications with SAQA before applying; if this is not done, no foreign students will be accepted.
  • Step 5. Following the submission of your application, the college will notify you if you have been admitted and you will be required to write a pace test. You will then be expected to attend classes.


  • To ensure that young people have access to our TVET College, the government has made funding available in the form of scholarships to deserving students who require financial assistance and are willing to demonstrate academic potential. The Department of Education TVET College bursary scheme assists or plans to assist students who are unable to finance their studies in TVET Colleges for National Vocational Certificate (NVC) programs. Students can apply based on the results of a college-administered means test. The college is in charge of the process of

Campuses Of Tshwane South Tvet College

Students must submit either a hard copy or an online application form. Download the online application form here, or contact your local college campus for an application form using the following information:

Head Office application Date
85 Francis Baard(formerly known as Schoeman Street)
Tel: 012 401 5000
Odi Campus
Molefe Makinta Highway(Formerly known as Lucas Mangope Highway)
Tel: (012) 725 – 1800
Centurion Campus
TEK Base, College Avenue, LYTTELTON, 0140
Tel: 012 660-8500
Pretoria West Campus
150 Industrial Street, PRETORIA WEST
Tel: (012) 380-5000
Atteridgeville Campus
Tel: 012 373-1200
Early Childhood Development
Tel: 012 321 0897

Related Links

Tshwane South TVET College Application

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