|Tuition Fees For 2016|
2016 NCV TUITION FEES
All students are liable for their own tuition fees. Students who do not qualify for financial aid, (NSFAS) must pay a minimum deposit of R2 000 of the course fees on the date of registration, followed by instalments to be completed before the final examination. All students who have not paid in full must complete and sign an acknowledgement of debt.
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2016 NATED (REPORT 191) COURSE FEES
All students are liable for their own tuition fees. Engineering studies students who do not qualify for financial aid, (NSFAS) must pay the full course/tuition fee on the day of registration. Business & General studies: non-NSFAS bursary students must pay their course/tuition fee in full; alternatively pay a minimum of 50% of the above semester course fees on the date of registration followed by the balance on the first day of the next term.
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|DHET TVET College Bursary Scheme||
YOU CAN NOW APPLY ONLINE, Click link to view NSFAS Online application Step by Step
The Department of Higher Education & Training’s TVET Colleges Bursary Scheme has been established to give financial assistance to students who have the potential to succeed at NCV or NATED (Report 191) Studies, but would not be able to do so without financial aid. This scheme is administered by NSFAS (National Students Financial Aid Scheme).
A National Means Test Tool determines who qualifies for the bursary. Students, who do not qualify for NSFAS bursary, will have to pay the full appropriate tuition fees.
Who is eligible for the TVET College Bursary Scheme?
You are eligible to apply for the bursary if you are:
Will the bursary fund cover all eligible students who apply?
No. It is not possible for the bursary to cover all students in the college due to the limited bursary funding available.
Will students who are awarded bursaries have to pay money back after completion of their studies?
No. TVET College students do not have to pay the money back as it is a bursary allocation and not a loan.
What are the documents that students have to submit when applying for a bursary?
If a student has been granted a bursary and does not progress to the next level, is he/she still eligible for a bursary? NO
Students who do not meet the criteria to progress to the next level of study are viewed as repeaters and will not qualify for Financial Aid. Students, who wish to enrol, repeat a level or switch to another programme, will be expected to finance their studies.
Switching between different Programs (“Program Hopping”)
According to the DHET TVET College Bursary Scheme rules and guidelines 2015 – Pg 10, paragraph 14.14: “With effect from 2013, bursary recipients who switch from one programme to another (i.e. from NCV to Report 191 programme or vice-versa) during the course of their studies are not eligible for financial assistance. Furthermore, bursary recipients who complete NCV Level 4 are not eligible for financial assistance should they want to enrol for Report 191 programme N1-N3; similarly bursary recipients who complete Report 191 N6 are not eligible for financial assistance should they want to enrol for a NCV programme. However, bursary recipients who complete NCV L4 are eligible for financial assistance should they want to enrol for Report 191 N4-N6. ”
Financial Aid is linked to academic performance, financial need and class attendance. Attendance Policy of 80% attendance will be adhered to.
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