Northern Cape Rural TVET College 2023 Intake

Northen Cape Rural TVET College


Northern Cape Rural TVET College 2023 Intake

Northern Cape Rural TVET College is a technical and vocational college situated in the Northern Cape. NCR college has five campuses in Upington, Kathu, Kuruman, Namaqualand and De Aar. The college offers a diverse range of courses at all its campuses.

Courses offered at Northern Cape Rural TVET College

  • National Certificate Vocational
  • Nated
  • Pre-Vocational Learning

NCR TVET College’s Campuses and Contact Details

Upington Campus

Tel: 054 332 4711

Fax: 054 332 4958

Campus Manager: Edwina Sago

Kathu Campus

Tel: 053 723 3281

Fax: 053 723 3091

Campus Manager: Thabo Magopa

Kuruman Campus

Tel: 053 712 1691

Fax: 053 712 0980

Campus Manager: Leon Foutie

De Aar Campus

Tel: 053 631 0594

Fax: 053 631 0617

Campus Manager: Martin vd Westhuizen

Namaqualand Campus

Tel: 027 744 1360

Fax: 027 744 1603

Campus Manager: David Boyce

How to apply to Northern Cape Rural TVET College

What do students need to make an application?

  • A working phone number
  • Valid email address
  • Visiting the campus

What documents do students have to submit when applying to NCR TVET College?

  • South African ID
  • Latest Academic Results
  • IDs of parents and/or guardian
  • Death Certificate if orphaned
  • Student’s/parents/gurdian’s/ spouse’s proof of income
  • Proof of residence
  • No proof is required for SASSA recipients

What is the process of applying to NCR TVET College

  • Complete an aptitude test; this is done to help you choose the right career path
  • Fill in the online application form
  • Upload your documents or hand them in at the campus
  • You will receive an SMS saying, ‘provisionally approved’ if your application has been accepted
  • Accept the offer by replying to the SMS within 48 hours
  • Bring your hard copies on registration day.


What bursaries can financially needy students apply for to study at a TVET college

Students with financial needs must apply for National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). This scheme provides NSFAS bursaries to students at 50 public FET (Further Education Training) colleges.

What does the bursary cover at Northern Cape Rural TVET College?

  • Course fees
  • Books
  • Accommodation

What documents must a student submit when applying for an NSFAS bursary?

  • South African ID
  • Parent’s/ guardian’s ID/ death certificate
  • Payslip/ letter of employment/pension advice not older than three months
  • Proof of residence not older than three months

How to apply for NSFAS Bursary at NCR TVET College

  • Download and complete the consent form here
  • Fill in the consent form with your parent’s/guardian’s signatures
  • If you have a disability, download the disability Annexure A and complete it here
  • Go to your nearest campus to complete the campus application form.
  • Upload the required documents
  • Apply for your course of choice








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