Buffalo City TVET College
Buffalo City TVET College's mission is to provide quality education and training responsive to industry and community needs. They offer a variety of courses as well as student accommodation which is relatively close to their campuses. Buffalo City TVET College encourages their students to apply for NSFAS Funding. NSFAS provides financial relief to low income households. Anyone is welcome to apply for NSFAS.
- National Certificate Vocational Programmes
- Nated Courses
- Occupational Programmes
Consult the website for information regarding fees.
- East London Campus
- John Knox Bokwe Campus
- St. Marks Campus
- King Street Campus
Application forms may be collected from any of the campuses listed above or downloaded from the website.
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