Details Of Uzmfolozi TVET College Application 2025

Details Of Uzmfolozi TVET College Application 2025

Welcome to Umfolozi College. Our college offers National Certificate (Vocational) and Diploma courses in a range of Business and Engineering fields at five main campuses across northern Kwa-Zulu Natal. In addition, eight skills campuses offer a variety of skills training in rural communities.
The college also engages in co-operative and learnership programmes.
This publication aims to provide prospective students with detailed information about courses and programmes currently on offer at our various campuses.
Please study the contents carefully and discuss your options with Student Support Services or with any of our Senior Lecturers before making your final choices as these impact on your future study options and your career.

 

What you need to know:
• The availability of courses and subjects listed in this publication will depend on the number of students enrolled.
• National Certificate (Vocational) programmes are offered on a full-time basis only. New NC (V) students are required to complete a placement assessment prior to registration.
• N4 – N6 programmes are offered on a full-time and part-time basis only.
• All prospective students are required to complete an application evaluation form as set by the specific Campus at which they wish to study.
• The college offers a range of short courses which are flexible and can be offered according to company needs (e.g. languages, computer packages etc.) See the section on Skills Training (pg.5)
for further details.
• Through the Department of Education & Training’s TVET Colleges’ Bursary scheme, bursaries are available to qualifying NC (V) and full-time N-Level students. Enquiries can be made at Student
Support Services at 035 797 4319 or at your nearest campus.

 

TVET Colleges are able to offer the following qualifications:

National Diploma
A National Diploma (M+3/NQF5) Qualification is awarded to students who have completed their N4 – N6 in a specific field at an TVET College, and are able to provide proof that the required relevant in-service training period has been completed. The full duration including completion of studies and in-service training is usually 3
years.

National Certificate (Vocational)

A range of vocationally based programmes introduced at TVET Colleges in 2007.

Skills programmes

Short duration skills based programmes offered by TVET Colleges, usually from rurally located skills campuses.

Co-operative Training & Support

This is training for young people on the fundamentals of establishing and managing a youth co-operative business. A co-operative in an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise. For further information contact the Programmes Department on 035 902 9594.

Learnerships

A training programme that combines theory at a college or training centre with relevant practice on-the-job. It is a legally binding agreement between an employer, a learner (typically an existing employee of the company) and a training provider. For further information contact the Programmes Department on 035 902 9594.

When to apply:

After enrolling in an NC (V) programme. Applications forms will be distributed at induction.

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 ALLrequested supporting documentation.
• Qualifying applications will them be submitted to the Umfolozi 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.

Contact Details

Central Office
Tel +27 (35) 902 9501
Fax +27 (35) 789 2585
Naboomnek Street, Arboretum, Richards Bay
Email: info.umfcao@feta.gov.za

Chief Albert Luthuli Campus
Tel +27 (32) 559 6555 / 6564
Fax +27 (32) 559 9468
Cnr R102 and D270, Groutville

Eshowe Campus
Tel +27 (35) 474 2801 / 2304
Fax +27 (35) 474 2817
King Dinizulu Road, Eshowe

Esikhawini Campus
Tel +27 (35) 796 5568 / 5576
Fax +27 (35) 796 5530
Lot no. 11, Esikhawini Highway

Mandeni Campus
Tel +27 (32) 456 3626 / 8400
Fax +27 (32)456 5777
End of Anderson Road, Mandeni

Richtek Campus
Tel +27 (35) 902 9500
Fax +27 (35) 789 7011
Cnr Via Richardia & Naboomnek, Arboretum, R/Bay

Website: www.umfolozicollege.co.za

 


Overview of Public Universities in South Africa

Here's an overview of some public universities in South Africa, including general admissions requirements and estimated application periods. Keep in mind, specific program requirements and dates can vary significantly, so it's important to check each university's official website for the most current information.

University of Pretoria

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with minimum scores in specific subjects related to the chosen program; for international students, equivalent qualifications.
  • Application Period: Usually opens in March and closes at the end of July for most programs.

University of Cape Town

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with pass levels required for degree study; subject-specific requirements depending on the program.
  • Application Period: Application opens in April and closes at the end of July.

Stellenbosch University

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with required marks; some programs have additional testing.
  • Application Period: Opens in March and typically closes at the end of June.

University of the Witwatersrand

  • Admissions Requirements: Matriculation certificate with university exemption; required scores vary by faculty.
  • Application Period: Begins in March and ends on the 30th of September.

University of Johannesburg

  • Admissions Requirements: Matric exemption with a minimum APS score; specific subject requirements based on the faculty.
  • Application Period: Opens in April and generally closes by the 30th of September.

University of the Free State

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with specific marks for the program applied to; additional requirements for certain courses.
  • Application Period: Typically opens in April and closes at the end of August.

University of Venda

  • Admissions Requirements: Completion of the National Senior Certificate with an endorsement for diploma or degree studies; specific APS scores needed.
  • Application Period: Usually from May to September.

University of Fort Hare

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with university exemption; certain programs may have specific requirements.
  • Application Period: Opens around May and closes at the end of September.

University of the Western Cape

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with specific performance levels; additional requirements for certain programs.
  • Application Period: Generally from May to September.

North-West University

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with university exemption; program-specific requirements may apply.
  • Application Period: Opens in March and usually closes by the end of August.

Rhodes University

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate or equivalent; minimum academic performance in certain subjects.
  • Application Period: Applications open in April and close at the end of September.

Nelson Mandela University

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with required scores for chosen programs; portfolio or additional tests for some faculties.
  • Application Period: Opens in April, with a deadline at the end of August for most programs.

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with specific scores; additional requirements for certain courses.
  • Application Period: Opens in May and typically closes by the end of September.

University of Limpopo

  • Admissions Requirements: Senior Certificate with endorsement for diploma or degree courses; specific APS scores for different programs.
  • Application Period: From April to September.

University of Zululand

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with an endorsement for bachelor’s degree studies; specific score requirements for various programs.
  • Application Period: Usually between April and November.

Central University of Technology

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with specific scores for the chosen field of study; additional criteria for certain programs.
  • Application Period: Application period generally starts in May and ends in October.

Vaal University of Technology

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with a pass that qualifies for admission to bachelor’s degree, diploma, or higher certificate programs.
  • Application Period: Typically from May to September.

Walter Sisulu University

  • Admissions Requirements: National Senior Certificate with required scores for chosen programs; additional criteria for certain faculties.
  • Application Period: From April to September.

This list provides a starting point for understanding the admissions landscape across South Africa's diverse higher education institutions. Given the variability in programs and requirements, it's crucial to consult each university's website for the most accurate and up-to-date information.