tvet college online application 2022

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Today is the last chance for thousands of students to apply for National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas) funding. These bursaries are highly sought after and cover the costs of the needs of funded students.

 


There are currently more than 580 000 students enrolled at Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges in South Africa. Many will graduate this year but will face the challenge of not having enough workplace experience to secure employment.

 


Obtaining a bursary can take away all the stress associated with the cost of tertiary education, leaving students to focus on their academic work. Friday is the last chance for college students to apply for National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas) funding.

 


In the past, financial constraints meant that students from poor and working-class backgrounds could not afford to pursue a tertiary education qualification. However, this has changed with numerous bursary schemes catering to a wide range of students.


The Minister of Higher Education has sent a stern warning to principals of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges regarding their mandate to promote the placement of students.


While obtaining a tertiary education qualification increases your chances of finding a job in South Africa, it does not guarantee you will find employment. The government has committed to placing unemployed graduates.

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