Established in 2004, the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance has campuses in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth.
Considered as Africa’s number one film, television and performance school, AFDA is a fully accredited tertiary institution and is internationally recognisable.
With a student body of over 1 200, AFDA, as it is more commonly known, has produced some of the country’s finest actors and filmmakers as well as playing a considerable role in developing a sustainable local entertainment industry.
Among the 22 career focused disciplines offered are programmes such as screen writing, animation producing, cinematography, music composition, costume design, stage acting, post production and television writing.
Films produced by AFDA students have been exhibited at a number of international film festivals and have won various awards such as the Student Academy Award, Cannes Film Festival finalist and South African Film and Television Awards.
You can visit South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance for more information on what they have to offer.
Established in 1943 Damelin College has experienced over 70 years of academic excellence and boasts campuses in the Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, Kwazulu Natal and Western Cape.
The institution offers Higher Education and Training (HET) courses in the faculties of commerce; leisure and information technology; creative arts; and management science and communication.
Damelin also offer Further Education and Training (FET) programmes in a variety of specialised fields including banking and insurance; business, management and corporate training; education; engineering; information technology; leisure and lifestyle; management; and humanities.
The college is proud to have received the Silver Arrow Award in the category of colleges and training for remarkable success in economic growth and development.
Damelin’s head office can be found at Overport Dr, Durban, 4001.
For more on all that Damelin has to offer visit Damelin College.
Located in Bellville in the Western Cape, Northlink is a seven campus-wide institution established in 2002 following the merger of four technical colleges.
The Belhar, Goodwood, Parow, Protea, Tygerberg, Wingfield and Bellville campuses offer both technical and academic courses in the fields of arts and culture, business, commerce and management, law, military and security, manufacturing, and engineering and technology, among others.
With over 10 000 students, the institution is also the only public FET college with its own international language school.
Various sports activities are on offer at Northlink, as well as cultural events selected to create an awareness of wellness around inclusivity and the development of talent.
Northlink is located at 80 Voortrekker Road, Bellville, 7530 and their website – Northlink – provides comprehensive course and registration details.
Tshwane South College is Located in Pretoria, in Gauteng, Tshwane South College boasts campuses in Atteridgeville, Centurion, Odi, and Pretoria West.
Marketing, business, tourism, hospitality, and information technology are among the programmes offered at the institution.
Tshwane South College can be found at 85 Francis Baard, Pretoria, 0001.
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The product of the merger of three former technical Colleges Mamelodi, Pretoria, and Soshanguve Colleges, Tshwane North College is a public institution situated in Pretoria, in the Gauteng province.
Tshwane North College’s various campuses include a Pretoria Campus, Soshanguve Campus, Mamelodi Campus, Temba Campus, and Rosslyn Campus.
Among the plethora of programmes and courses boasted by the insitituoipn are those within the fields of business studies, engineering studies and utility studies.
Find Tshwane North at Cnr. Potgieter and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria, 0002 or visit their website Tshwane North College.
Located in Soweto South West College aims to be the benchmark TVET in the delivery of quality Education and Training in the country.
Its various campuses include Dobsonville, George Tabor, Molapo, Roodepoort, Roodepoort West, and Technisa.
South West College offers a variety of courses in the fields of Business Studies, Engineering Studies, and Utility Studies.
For more on what South West has to offer visit South West College or find them at 1822 A Molele Street, Cnr Koma Road, Molapo Soweto.
With six campuses spread across the Garden Route and Little Karoo and a central office situated in George, South Cape College is the biggest of the six FET colleges in the Western Cape.
South Cape College’s campuses are Beaufort West Campus, Bitou Campus in Plettenberg Bay, George Campus, Mossel Bay Campus, Oudtshoorn Campus and Hessequa Campus in Riversdale.
One of the institution’s main attractions is the training centre for Hospitality and Tourism students, the Foster’s manor Guest House, located in Oudtshoorn.
South Cape College is located at 125 Mitchell Street, George, 6530 and you can visit South Cape College.
Located on Vanderbijlpark in Gauteng, Sedibeng College is a four campus strong institution with university grounds in Heidelberg, Vereeniging, Sebokeng, and Vanderbijlpark.
Sedibeng offers a variety of courses in the fields of business, engineering, technology, marketing, tourism, hospitality, information technology, and mechatronics.
Sedibeng College is located at 6 Frikkie Meyer Blvd, Vanderbijlpark, 1911.
For more information on what the institution has to offer visit Sedibeng College.
The three-campus strong Port Elizabeth College is focused on equipping students with the necessary practical, market-related skills in an attempt to contribute to the socio-economic expansion of the country.
The institution offers a wide variety of programmes within the schools of business, engineering, hospitality and tourism as well as an occupational school.
The Russell Road campus is home to the college’s school of business and is equipped with spacious lecture halls, a resource centre and simulated centres for practical experience including a hairdressing salon and a hospitality venue.
Various sports are on offer and the PE College’s choir is one of the top in the country.
Port Elizabeth College’s main campus is situated at 139 Russell Road, Richmond Hill.
For all there is to know about the intuition visit Port Elizabeth College.
With campuses in King Williams Town, Alice and Zwelitsha, Lovedale Public FET College is focused on addressing the needs of each particular region.
One of the oldest colleges in South Africa, Lovedale aims to combine theory with practice and offers courses in agriculture, business and engineering.
The college’s Alice campus is host to a number of fine art, performing arts and hand and needle craft programmes, while its Zwelitsha campus boasts the first modern, self-catering hostels in the region equipped with modern machinery and workshops.
The King Williams Town campus houses outstanding facilities such as a well-stocked research centre, modern computer labs and classrooms and a stimulated enterprise for business studies.
Among Lovedale’s notable alumni are Thabo Mbeki, Steve Biko, Chris Hani and former president of the South African Cricket board Ray Mali.
The institution’s headquarters is situated at 1 Amatola Row, King Williams Town and you can visit Lovedale Public FET College for more information.
Located in Ibika in the Eastern Cape and the product of a three-college merger, King Hintsa FET College offers programmes focused on integrating theoretical and practical experience.
The four-campus wide college is dedicated to providing education and training tailored and receptive to the needs of learners and industry.
The variety of courses on offer at the institution include those in the fields of engineering, business, hospitality, information technology and computer sciences, management, marketing, agriculture, and tourism.
Among the numerous facilities available to students are choir, soccer, rugby, netball, debate, softball, volleyball and modelling.
King Hintsa’s central admin office is located at 218 Mthatha Road, Ibika, Butterworth, 4961.
For more information visit King Hintsa FET College.
INTEC College was established over a century ago and is one of South Africa’s market leaders in Further Education Training via distance learning offering courses in the schools of business, creative, computer, high school, technical, and vocational.
The institution has branches in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria, Port Elizabeth and Durban.
Through their distinct presence on the internet, Intec creates a platform for students to easily access the virtual online campus and retrieve results, programme information and other administrative details.
Offering more affordable option via distance-learning programmes, Intec allows students to earn a living while studying through flexible study hours.
Intec’s central office can be found at 29 Martin Hammerschlag Way, Foreshore, 8001.
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Established in 1981, the Inscape Education Group is one of South Africa’s leading design institutions with campuses in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Most of the courses offered at the oldest privately owned multi-disciplinary creative institution in the country are focused on primarily practical application and fall into under the fields of graphics, fashion, interiors, architecture, and ideation.
Students enrolled in Inscape can look forward to being involved in events such as the Design Indaba and the Innovation Summit in which they are able to showcase their work.
The Inscape Education Group offers students the opportunity to work with cutting edge technology and software, unique student-centred teaching and learning strategies, and interactive courseware.
Inscape’s central office is situated at 193 Corobay Avenue, Waterkloof Glen, Pretoria.
For more about this institution visit Inscape Education Group.
False Bay College has five colleges in the Western Cape spanning across Khayelitsha, Muizenbergm Fish Hoek, Westlake and Mitchell’s Plain.
Among the programmes on offer at the college are those in the fields of hospitality, information technology, engineering, business, safety in society, 2D animation, education studies, boat floating and tourism.
The Muizenberg Campus features outstanding teaching and computer facilities, while the Khayelitsha campus is home to a modern electrical and motors workshop.
The institution’s Westlake Campus boasts a full accredited Decentralised Trade Test Centre and all False Bay campuses house various Open Learning Centres where students are able to access all information needed to complete any task.
Rated as one of the top performing FET institutions in South Africa, the False Bay College offers a rich student life, with activities including talent shows, sports programmes, award ceremonies, cafeterias and a youth advisory centre.
False Bay’s central office is located at Main Road, Muizenberg, Cape Town, 7945 and you can visit False Bay College for more information.
Ingwe FET College is a five campus wide institution offering programmes in NCV, engineering, business studies and utility studies and is situated in the Eastern Cape.
Sharing borders with Kwazulu Natal and Lesothu Ingwe FET College’s campuses are those of Maluti, Mount Frere, Ngqungqushe, Siteto and MT Fletcher, which are all equipped with professional workshop facilities allowing students to gain practical experience.
Ingwe FET College is a provider of Vocational Education and Training and provides a number of Artisan Trade Test Programmes.
Students are able to gain work experience while earning an income through programmes designed to afford them with the opportunity to build new facilities for the institution.
The institution’s main campus is located in Badibanise Village, Mount Frere, 5090.
Course information and more can be found at Ingwe FET College.
The Ekurhuleni West College is a Further Education Training college boasting six campuses located in Alberton, Boksburg, Germiston, Kathorus, Kempton and Thembisa with 18 simulated enterprise offices campus-wide.
The institution offers courses in five main areas, namely engineering; office administration; ICT; services and finances; and community services in relationship with department of health and social services on home based care.
Ekurhuleni West’s Germiston Campus is home to an automotive workshop, while the Kempton Campus houses a Tourism Simulated Enterprise and Boksburg has a state of the art IT workshop.
Ekurhuleni West’s corporate centre is situated at Cnr. Driehoek and Sol Roads, Germiston, 1400.
For more information visit Ekurhuleni West College.
Ekurhuleni East College was formed as a result of the merger of a number of individual technical colleges and has five campuses located in Benoni, Brakpan, Daveyton, Kwa-Thema and Springs.
The FET college and public provider of education, training and development houses a variety of state of the art facilities available to students including a media centre, lecture halls, workshops, training restaurants and centres, computer labs, simulation rooms and libraries.
Ekurhuleni East boasts programmes in the fields of business, engineering, creative and social sciences and ICT and computer science.
The institution’s main campus is located at Sam Ngema Road, Kwa-Thema, Springs.
Visit Ekurhuleni East College to learn more about what Ekurhuleni has to offer.
The CTI Education Group was founded in 1979 and has 12 campuses spanning across Cape Town, East London, Durban, Nelspruit, Bedfordview, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, Potchefstroom, Randburg, Pretoria and Vanderbijlpark.
The private higher education institution caters for full-time and part-time students and the various campuses offer a number of state of the art facilities including computer labs, resource centres, well-equipped lecture venues, on-site gyms, media centres and libraries.
CTI offers a number of specialised programmes within the faculties of information technology, commerce and Law.
Most of the courses available to students at CTI include a practical component, such as academic field trips, which supports and compliments the theoretical coursework.
The institution has become a popular choice for students as a result of the small class sizes, which allows for more focused and individual attention from lecturers.
CTI is also dedicated to boosting students’ careers once they have graduated and have united with a reliable recruitment agency for this purpose.
CTI’s head office is situated at the corner of Roos and Macbeth, Fourways, 2191.
Visit CTI Education Group to discover more about this institution.
The College of Cape Town, situated in the Western Cape, is considered to be the oldest Further Education and Training College in South Africa.
The multi-campus institution was established in 2002 following the union of Athlone College, Cape College, Sivuyile College and Western Province Technical College.
The College of Cape Town boasts a total of eight campuses located in the Cape Town area: Athlone, City, Crawford, Gardens, Gugulethu, Pinelands, Thornton and Wynberg.
The Crawford, City and Thornton campuses are equipped with state-of-the-art Open Learning Centres, providing students with top-class research facilities.
Course options available at the College of Cape Town include beauty therapy, art and design, and building and civil engineering.
The college has two major projects running, namely Plato – a computer-assisted learning system with over 3 500 hours of courseware – and MOT – a projected aimed at reducing violence, harassment and drug abuse among young people.
The College of Cape Town’s central office can be found at 334 Albert Road, Salt River, Cape Town.
Visit College of Cape Town for more on courses available and how to apply.
Central Johannesburg College was established in 2001 and is situated in the provincial capital of Gauteng.
The multi-campus college consists of seven sites: Parktown, Alexandra, Ellis Park, Crown Mines, Riverlea, Langlaagte and Troyville.
Central Johannesburg College offers a variety of course options ranging from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 4 and from National Technical Education (Nated) programmes to National Certificate Vocational (NCV) courses.
The 56 full-time study options are grouped within four schools of specialisation: engineering technology, business development, information communications technology, and health and human services.
The seven campuses possess numerous modern facilities. Crown Mines Campus boasts a state-of-the-art music studio, while Riverlea Campus is home to impressive soccer fields that are the host training grounds for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club’s under-17 squad.
The Central Johannesburg College also features a Centre for Employment and Entrepreneurship Development, aimed at supporting students through their academic career and beyond.
The main campus is located at 5 Ubla Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg.
Visit Central Johannesburg College for more on courses available and how to apply.