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FAQs: what is the route that can be followed to complete a higher certificate at a Tvet college

What is a TVET college?

It is a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college. Unisa has an agreement with 11 TVET colleges to offer classes in its higher certificate qualifications. FAQs

How can I benefit?

The TVET colleges with whom Unisa has agreements offer classes and support on Unisa’s study material. Students who follow this route have been very successful in their studies.

Will I have to pay extra?

Yes, the colleges charge extra for tuition and support. This cost is, however, subsidized by the government to make it more affordable. The cost differs between the colleges. Contact the college where you would like to study to get a quotation for the tuition support it offers. FAQs

Do I still apply and register with Unisa?

Yes, you have to apply at Unisa during the normal application period. Once accepted you have to register with Unisa during the registration period. At the same time, you have to register for tuition at the TVET college of your choice. Remember to make sure that the college of your choice offers support for the higher certificate you apply for.

What can I do with a higher certificate qualification?

A higher certificate is an accredited qualification that may allow you into a diploma or bachelor’s degree studies.

Does Nsfas pay for TVET college?

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas) seeks to offer students full financial support while they pursue a bachelor’s degree at a public university or Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college. Nsfas will cover the student’s registration and tuition fees.

Do TVET students graduate?

With the help of their chosen courses, graduates from Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges who possess vocational skills now have better career prospects. After graduating, TVET students should be proactive and investigate their choices.

What type of qualification is TVET?

There are primarily two categories of Tvet college credentials. the N1–N6 National Certificate Vocational (NCV) and Report 191 Programs (sometimes referred to as NATED Programs).

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