Eastcape Midlands TVET College admission requirements 2023-2034

Eastcape Midlands TVET College admission requirements 2023-2034

Eastcape Midlands TVET College admission requirements 2023-2034

Eastcape Midlands TVET College Application 2023-2024

Eastcape Midlands TVET College (EMC) in South Africa’s Nelson Mandela Bay is continuing to play a critical and meaningful role in skills development and the lives of its students in the Eastern Cape province.

EMC serves a highly industrialised urban area, part of the Nelson Mandela Metropole, as well as the rural western part of the province. This means that the college faces unique challenges in being a provider for the needs of a developed and advanced industrial economy on the one hand and, a widespread rural area with high rates of unemployment and poverty, which is further compounded by challenges of the Eastern Cape’s primary and secondary education systems in rural and less fortunate communities.

Yet, amid the challenges, EMC has not only increased its number of students who pass their exams, yearly but has produced the top 10 students in the country over the past couple of years.

In 2017, the college obtained a 73% certification pass rate and 874 distinctions in the National Certificate (Vocational) examinations and obtained a 49% pass rate for Engineering and 66% for pass rate for Business, both Report 191 programmes.

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Open and closing date: The Eastcape Midlands TVET College Online Application is likely to close on 30 Sep 2023 for some programmes and 30 Oct 2023 for all programmes

Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners who have completed a Grade 12 Certificate with a minimum of a Higher Certificate achievement can consider studying further at a TVET College for a National Diploma.

The Report 191 (Nated) N4 – N6 Programmes, also known as Alternative Post-school Programmes.

  • Candidates must have a Grade 12 (NSC)
  • New students must enrol for all 4 subjects in the particular field
  • The number of enrolments in these programmes is subject to the approved DHET prescripts targets
  • Students who may enrol for N4-N6 programmes must comply with the required number of working hours in the relevant field of industry before a National Diploma will be issued (18 months / 2000 hours for semester programmes and 24 months / 2670 hours for trimester programmes)

PASS REQUIREMENTS

N1-N6 40% per subject
Government Ticket 50% per subject

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CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS

CERTIFICATES

Each subject covers a period of 6 months (Jan -Jun) or (Jul – Dec). 4 Subjects must be taken for each programme. Students who pass all the subjects will be issued with a National Certificate in the specific field of study.

Certificates are issued by the National Department of Higher Education and Training in Pretoria, after completion of each level.

DIPLOMAS

After completing N6 and 18 months of relevant practical experience, students qualify for a National N-Diploma.

National N Diplomas are approved and issued by the National Department of Higher Education and Training in Pretoria.

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