Tshwane South TVET College 2023 Intake


Tshwane South TVET College 

Tshwane South TVET College (TSC) is a registered public Technical and Vocational Education and Training College in terms of the Continuous Education Training Act (CET Act No.16 of 2006). The college offers courses in various fields of specialization. It has four campuses.

Courses offered at Tshwane South TVET College

  • Report 191 Programmes
  • NC(V) programmes
  • Skills programmes
  • Learnership programmes

Tshwane South TVET College Campuses and Addresses

Head office

85 Francis Baard (formerly known as Schoeman Street)

PO Box 151, Pretoria, 0001

Tel: 012 401 5000

Email: info@tsc.edu.za

Atteridgeville Campus


PO Box 97615, WESPARK, 0146

Tel: 012 373-1200

Fax: 012 373 8032

Email: att.pa@tsc.edu.za 

Centurion Campus

TEK Base, College Avenue, LYTTELTON, 0140

Private Bag x 1018, LYTTELTON, 0140

Tel: 012 660-8500

Fax: 012 664-8358

Email: centsec@tsc.edu.za

 Pretoria West Campus

150 Industrial Street, PRETORIA WEST

Tel: (012) 380-5000

Fax: (012) 386-1245

Email: bongi@tsc.edu.za

Odi Campus

Molefe Makinta Highway (Formerly known as Lucas Mangope Highway), Opposite Morula Sun Casino, Stand No. 5218, 0190

Private Bag X564, Mabopane

Tel: (012) 725 – 1800

Fax: (012) 702-5752 / (012) 702-3387

Email: odi.pa@tsc.edu.za

Tshwane South TVET College Application Process

To apply at Tshwane South TVET college, you need internet access and a working email address. The college requires you to do a placement test first. Once you’re done with the placement test, you may now proceed to make the application.

Are there any steps followed when applying at Tshwane South TVET College?

Steps to be followed:

  • Go to tsc.edu.za
  • Do a placement test
  • Complete the application form
  • Please leave the programme once you’ve finished the application forms for processing.
  • Once your application is processed, the college will notify you of the outcome of your application.

Foreign Prospective students

How to enrol at Tshwane South TVET College as a foreign student

  • Go to any of the campuses to enquire about the course of interest
  • Responsible admission staff will confirm whether you qualify to undertake the programme you have chosen
  • If SAQA has not evaluated your credentials, the college will refer you there to have them evaluated
  • If you meet the requisite requirements, you will be offered a letter to apply for a study permit at the Department of Home Affairs
  • Once you have a valid study permit, you may use it to apply at the college and get enrolled
  • You will pay an additional registration fee every semester, trimester or year

Follow Tshwane South TVET College on social media for more information:

Facebook: Official Tshwane South College

Instagram: tsc_tvet

Twitter: @TSC_TVET

YouTube: Tshwane South TVET College














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