TVET College Funding on NSFAS | www.nsfas.org.za/content/TVETs.html
TVET Technical and Vocational Education and Training courses are vocational or occupational by nature. Meaning that, student receives education and training with a view towards a specific range of jobs, employment or entrepreneurial possibilities.
Why you may need to study at a TVET college?
A TVET qualification will equip you with vocational & occupational skills that you will need to find employment in South Africa. Also, it will enable your entrepreneurial potential to start new ventures. South Africa is in shortage of skills in engineering, manufacturing, construction, agriculture, etc. that will build a strong economy; and the TVETs are the vehicle to a new skills revolution.
TVET Application Cycles
National Certificate Vocation (NC(v)) , Semester 1 and Trimester 1 – Annual – online application and walk in assistive capture application at the beginning of each year
Trimester 2 & 3 as per DHET calendar, in May and September respectively , also Walk in assistive capture application
Semester 2 June – July walk in, assistive capture application
Where to apply for TVET College funding?
- You can apply through:
- TVET college bursary offices
- NSFAS head office
TVET College Funding on NSFAS Coverage
For NSFAS qualifying students the funding includes:
- Registration & Tuition Fees
- Personal Care Allowance
- Transport Allowance
- Accommodation Allowance
For more details about TVET College Funding on NSFAS please read NSFAS Process for FET Colleges