Lovedale TVET College 2023 Intake
Lovedale TVET College is one of the six TVET colleges in Western Cape province that aims to provide vocational and occupational programmes needed by the economy. The college consists of three campuses: Alice, King and Zwelitsha.
Courses and Programmes offered at Lovedale TVET College
- Business Studies
- Agriculture and Arts
Lovedale TVET College’s Campusses’ Addresses
Victoria Road, Alice, Private Bag X1303, Alice, 5700
Tel: 040 653 1171/2
Fax: 040 653 1073
King William’s Town Campus
1 Amatola Row, King William’s Town, Private Bag X7409
King William’s Town, 5600
Tel: 043 604 0705
Fax: 043 643 3838
1 Gert Goosen Road, Zwelitsha, Private Bag X510, Zwelitsha, 5608
Tel: 040 654 1516/38
Fax: 040 654 3161
How to apply to Lovedale TVET College
The college has an online application platform; to access it, visit its official website www.lovedale.edu.za and click Apply Online. The college will announce its application dates and courses available at each campus on the website. See Faculties and Programmes before applying to choose a programme.
Who is eligible to apply
You are eligible to apply to the college if you meet the minimum requirements of the public TVET colleges and if you want to achieve quality technical and vocational education and training.
Are you intending to apply to a TVET college but from a poor background? The government has designed a bursary to help disadvantaged students enrolled or planning to enrol at all public TVET colleges. The bursary is offered via NSFAS.
How to apply for NSFAS Funding
Go to www.nsfa.org.za to apply for the bursary and continue to monitor their social media platforms for application dates and required documents.
What will the NSFAS Bursary cover at Lovedale TVET College?
- Tuition fees
- Personal care and living allowance
What programmes are covered by the NSFAS bursary at Lovedale TVET College?
The bursary covers all NATED and National Certificate Vocational Programmes.
Who can apply for NSFAS Funding?
- South African citizens whose household income is not more than R350 000 per annum
- South African citizens living with disabilities whose household income is not more than R600 000 per annum
- SASSA grant recipients