College of Cape Town
College of Cape Town strives to equip their students with the qualifications and skills to start successful careers. They provide well-equipped workshops, lecture rooms, computer rooms, studios for practical work and well-equipped media centres.
Three residences are located near the City, Crawford and Thornton Campuses. In addition to offering a variety of courses, they also provide their students with Open Learning Centres. College of Cape Town cares about the well-being of their students and therefore provides Student Support Services. They assist their students with applying for NSFAS which provides financial relief for low income households.
Students can find the college of cape town online application 2021 on their website, as well as all college of cape town courses.
College of Cape Town Courses:
- Art and Design
- Beauty Therapy
- Building and Civil Engineering
- Business Studies
- Education and Training
- Electrical Engineering
- Hair Care
- Information Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
- Travel and Tourism
- College of Cape Town teaching courses
Courses are categorized by campus. Consult the website for more information via the link on this page.
Consult the website for information regarding fees.
- College of Cape Town Athlone Campus
- College of Cape Town City Campus
- College of Cape Town Crawford Campus
- College of Cape Town Guguletu Campus
- College of Cape Town Pinelands Campus
- College of Cape Town Thornton Campus
- College of Cape Town Wynberg Campus
Application forms may be collected from any of the campuses listed above or downloaded from the website.
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