Coastal TVET College
Coastal KZN TVET College strives to provide quality education and training to benefit their community. Along with offering a variety of courses, they also offer skills units. There are eight campuses as well as student accommodation in close proximity to the campuses. Coastal KZN TVET College provides all their students with support in terms of career guidance, counselling, sport and a variety of clubs. College fees can be quite expensive, however with the help of NSFAS funding, students from low income households can afford to go to college. All students are encouraged to apply for NSFAS.
- National Certificate Vocational Courses
- Nated (Report 191) Courses
- Skills Training
Courses are categorized by campus. Consult the website for more information via the link on this page.
Consult the website for information regarding fees. Click on Student Info then click on Fees and Bursaries.
- Appelsbosch Campus
- As-Salaam Campus
- Durban Campus
- Ubuhle Bogu Campus
- Umbumbulu Campus
- Umlazi-BB Campus
- Umlazi-V Campus
- Swinton Campus
Applications may be done online.
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