Lovedale TVET College
Lovedale TVET College strives to be a well capacitated, accessible, credible and self-sustaining TVET College, with flexible and dynamic programmes which are responsive to the needs of their community. They offer a variety of courses as well as assistance with applying for NSFAS funding, which provides a financial relief to low income households. All students are welcome to apply for NSFAS.
- Business Studies
- Engineering Studies
- Agriculture and Arts Programmes
Consult the website for information regarding fees.
- Alice Campus
- King Campus
- Zwelitsha Campus
Applications may be done online via the website. Application forms may be downloaded from the website.
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