Mnambithi TVET College Application Form 2022 – 2023

By | July 26, 2021

Mnambithi TVET College Application Form 2022 – 2023

Mnambithi TVET College Application Form 2022 – 2023 – Download:

The Mnambithi TVET College Admission Form for 2022 – 2023 for the Academic year is Out. Please apply for this admission intake before the Mnambithi TVET College Application Closing Date.

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First Time Applications: 1st Time Students

What do you need for the placement tests? (only NCV L2 students)

  • The original or a certified copy of your ID.
  • The original or a certified copy of your latest school report / qualification.
  • R100 application fee.
  • Complete the placement assessment.

What do you need to register?

  • The original or a certified copy of your ID.
  • The original or a certified copy of your latest school report / qualification.
  • Students not qualifying for a bursary must deposit 25% of their fees on registration.
  • 1 Students not qualifying for a bursary must complete and sign a student fee contract (person responsible for payment of the tuition fees).
  • Students qualifying for a bursary must have a provisional bursary acceptance letter Placement letter.

TVET Colleges are accredited by the national accreditation board UMALUSI.

Before you proceed to application, Click on the links Below for information:

1.Mnambithi TVET College Admission Requirements

2.Mnambithi TVET College Fees Structure

3.Mnambithi TVET College Courses Offered

Returning Students

What do you need to register?

  • The original or a copy of your ID
  • Results / history enrolment form
  • A deposit of 25% for students not qualifying for a bursary, plus a student fee contract

Or provisional approved bursary letter.

Entry Criteria

  • Entry requirements for all programmes for all qualifications must comply with the requirements specified by the relevant authorities, e.g. Department of Education; Department of Higher Education; SETAs, etc.
  • Each specific programme may require additional competency assessment prior to enrolment.  Contact your campus for the requirements of the programme you want to enrol for. E.g. Electrical – colour competency; Mechanical – eye/hand coordination; Civil and Electrical – no fear of heights.
  • Students with the physical; mental; educational challenges or disabilities must be screened/interviewed, counselled and placed in appropriate programmes, or may be required to submit a report from a qualified psychologist/doctor. Mnambithi TVET College Online Application
  • Leadership students will be screened according to the SETA requirements for the programme of enrolment.
  • An exception may be made by the Campus Manager for admission granted on age and/or experience.  In such instances, it needs to be established that although the student does not have the formal minimum requirement, work experience and maturity make the probability of success likely.
  • In the case of students with certification from foreign countries, the Department of Higher Education and Training provides the appropriate guidelines.  Where no such guide for a specific certificate can be found, the student may be advised to liaise with SAQA in order to verify the qualification.

Students with Special Education Needs

  • Students with special needs are to be accommodated within the scope of the College, so long as the disability does not pose a threat to the well-being of the student or fellow students during programme delivery.  The latter would apply, for example, in the case of a blind candidate wishing to enrol for a course reliant on dangerous heavy machinery where sight is imperative for the execution of the task.
  • Special learning needs can be accommodated via a scribe (on application to the Department of Higher Education and Training) and permission being granted.  This is dependent on submission of a professional learning history.  The additional costs incurred shall be at the expense of the student.
  • Physical needs will be accommodated wherever possible.  If this accommodation should incur costs on the running of the entire course, the student is to bear the cost.  An example of this would be Braille keyboards for the blind or computer screen protectors for epileptics, etc.

Foreign Students

  • The College is not permitted to register foreign students until the student produces the supporting documentation for evaluation purposes. This will include passport, visa, study/work permit and qualifications upon registration.
  • All foreign students shall be subjected to a selection procedure based on academic merit and the number of spaces available.  In the case of students with certification from foreign countries, the Department of Higher Education and Training provides the appropriate guidelines.  Where no such guide for a specific certificate can be found, the candidate may be advised to liaise with SAQA in order to verify the qualification.
  • If the home language is not the language of instruction, the College may conduct an assessment on language to determine the level of competency.  This could be done by means of interviews or testing. The College can also use the ongoing communication and literacy support.

Financial Aid

Student Accounts

  • Visit the administration office to get a detailed printout of your outstanding fees.
  • Visit the Student Support Centre at the main campus for information on financial aid.
  • Skills Centre students:  SLO will visit the skills centre according to a schedule, at least once a week.  You can also get more information from your lecturers.

DHET  TVET Colleges Bursary Scheme

The Department of Further Education & Training’s TVET Colleges Bursary Scheme has been established to assist students who have the potential to succeed at NC(V) or N2-N6 studies, but would not be able to do so without financial aid.

  • How to apply:

Obtain an application form from Student Support Services. Complete the form, attach all documents as per checklist and return it to the Student Support Services at the campus. Ensure that you submit your form BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE.  Student Support Services will apply the NSFAS means test.  If the student qualifies for a bursary, Student Support Services will issue a Provisional Approved Bursary Letter. Qualifying applications will then be submitted to the Mnambithi TVET College Bursary Committee for final approval and submission to NSFAS. Bursaries will be awarded based on financial need and academic performance within the confines of the funds allocated to the College by the Department of Higher Education & Training.  A student will only be awarded one bursary per level. Mnambithi TVET College Online Application

IMPORTANT: Students enrolling for NC(V) programmes are required to pay 25% of their fees on registration. However, students who provisionally qualify for a bursary will be exempted to pay this deposit.  Students’ guardian/parents who do not pay their full class fees during registration will need to sign a contract to pay the outstanding fees for their programme, according to college requirements and deadlines, and not rely on receiving a bursary.  Bursary funds are limited, and awarded according to strict pre-determined criteria. Students who do not receive bursaries will be liable for their own outstanding student accounts.

2020 NSFAS Applications

  • Application for 2020 NSFAS FUNDING

How to apply

  • Enroll for your chosen NC(V) programme.
  • Obtain an application form during induction.
  • Complete the form and return it to the campus. Ensure that you submit your form BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE and provide ALL requested supporting documentation.
  • Qualifying applications will them be submitted to the Mnambithi TVET College Bursary Committee for consideration. Bursaries will be awarded based on financial need and academic performance within the confines of the funds allocated to the College by the Department of Higher Education & Training.
  • IMPORTANT: Students enrolling for NC(V) programmes are required to pay 25% of their fees on registration. However, students should ensure that they have the means to pay the full study and related fees for their programme, according to college requirements and deadlines, and not rely on receiving a bursary as bursary funds are limited, and are awarded according to strict pre-determined criteria. Students who do not receive bursaries will be liable for their own outstanding student accounts.

kindly contact the university for more information on how to apply thank you:

Contact Address:

Central Office
Physical Address:
77 Murchison Street
Ladysmith
3370

Email Address
info.mnambithi@feta.gov.za
Tel: 036 631 0380
Fax: 036 631 4146

Quick Links:

1.Mnambithi TVET College Online Application

2.Mnambithi TVET College Application Form

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3.Apply at Mnambithi TVET College 

4.Mnambithi TVET College Online Application Status

5.Mnambithi TVET College Application Status

6.Mnambithi TVET College Application Closing Date

7.Mnambithi TVET College NSFAS Application

COURSES

8tyMnambithi TVET College Courses Offered

FEES STRUCTURE, BURSARIES, AND SCHOLARSHIPS

9.Mnambithi TVET College Financial Aid

10.Mnambithi TVET College Fees Structure

11.Mnambithi TVET College Bursaries

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND REGISTRATIONS 

12.Mnambithi TVET College Registration for International Student

13.Mnambithi TVET College Registration

14.Mnambithi TVET College Admission Requirements

15.Mnambithi TVET College Registration for Returning Student

ACADEMICS

16.Mnambithi TVET College Campuses

17.Mnambithi TVET College Contact Address

18.Mnambithi TVET College Blackboard Learn Login

19.Mnambithi TVET College Acceptance Letter

20.Mnambithi TVET College Academic Calendar

21.Mnambithi TVET College Application Form

Mnambithi TVET College Student Portal Login

22.Mnambithi TVET College Graduation List

23.Mnambithi TVET College Graduation Ceremony Date

24.Mnambithi TVET College Job Vacancies

25.Mnambithi TVET College Career

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