Skills Programme

  • Craft and Confectionery Baking
  • Cosmetology/ Beauty Therapy
  • Hairdressing NQF Level 2-4
  • Baking
  • Curtain Making
  • Flower Arranging
  • Garment Making
  • Events Management
  • Linen Making
  • Fashion Design
  • Manicure, Pedicure, and Make-Up
  • End User Computing
  • Upholstery
  • PC Repair

National Diploma

Business Studies N4-N6 
  • Management Assistant (full-time)
  • Tourism (full-time)
  • Public Relations (full-time)
  • Art and Design (full-time)
  • Marketing Management (full-time)
  • Financial Management (full-time)
  • Hospitality (full-time)
  • Human Resource Management (full-time)
  • Clothing Production (full-time)

Minimum Admission Requirements:

  • N4-N6: NC(V) level 4 (Business and Utility Studies) /Grade 12 Certificate and specific selection criteria per course for the College
  • N4 for N5 and N5 for N6.

Engineering studies N1-N6
  • Electrical Engineering (Heavy and Light current) (full-time)
  • Mechanical Engineering (full-time)
  • Civil Engineering (full-time)

Note: Minimum admission requirements N1-N3: Grade 10 or Higher with Mathematics and Science N1 for N2; N2 for N3

National Certificate Vocational (NCV) 

Business Studies NQF Level 2-4
  • Finance; Economics and Accounting (full-time)
  • Generic Management (full-time)
  • Office Administration (full-time)
  • Marketing (full-time)
  • Transport and logistics (full-time)

Minimum Admission Requirements:

  • Grade 9 or Higher pass/NQF level 1/AET level 4 – Specific selection criteria of the College.
  • NC (V) level 2 for level 3 and NC(V) level 3 for level 4
Engineering studies NQF Levels 2-4
  • I.T and Computer science (full-time)
  • Electrical Infrastructure Construction (full-time)
  • Engineering and related design (full-time)
  • Civil engineering and Building Construction (full-time)

Minimum Admission Requirements:

  • Grade 9 or Higher pass/NQF level 1/AET level 4 – Specific selection criteria of the College.
  • NC(V) level 2 for level 3 and NC(V) level 3 for level 4
Utility Studies NQF Levels 2-4 
  • Hospitality (full-time)
  • Tourism (full-time)
  • Safety in Society (full-time)

Minimum Admission Requirements:

  • Grade 9 or Higher pass/NQF level 1/AET level 4 – Specific selection criteria of the College.
  • NC(V) level 2 for level 3 and NC(V) level 3 for level 4

Open Learning Programmes (Part-Time)

  • Management Assistant
  • Financial management
  • Public relations
  • Public management
  • Business management

One-Year Bridging Programmes

  • Pre-learning programme (PLP) (Full-time)

Tshwane North College Online Application Process

Tshwane North College’s online application process is quite easy to carry out. However, applicants are expected to have their documents handy and also get an internet-friendly device such as a smartphone, tablet, or computer for surfing the internet.

Also, applicants are expected to have their student number and PIN handy for logging into the portal via the student i-Enabler.

Applicants are expected to do the pre-screening test before filling out their application form. Prospective students will be requested to sign an acknowledgment that they prefer to make their own choice outside of the placement screening.

So to begin:

  • Follow the link
  • Move to the bottom of the page and select “No” in the box that says “Do you already have a student number?” (Existing students are provided a URL to log into the institution portal)
  •  Next, select “Yes” beside the box that asks “Return to complete application”
  •  Enter your ID number and passport number
  •  Follow the instructions that follow to fully complete your application process.


  • You will receive a confirmation email with all the application information from the college after submitting your application.
  • Cancellation of an application is not allowed
  • Late applications are not accepted
  • Applicants can only apply for one programme per enrolment period. E.g: Trimester/ Semester.
  • Tshwane North College does not accept emailed supporting documents.
  • Applicants must ensure to enter their active email, and at least one correct cellphone number during the application process, as the college can communicate with them at any time.

To download the application form, simply go to the college’s official website or visit the school’s admission quarter to find out how to download the form. Once you are done with downloading the form, go on to fill out the required information and submit it.

Here’s a List of the Documents One Would Require for the Procedure

Tshwane North College requires applicants to submit certain documents during the application process. Applicants without any of the required documents are not considered by the college and are deemed unsuccessful.

You need to get the following documents handy:

  • Birth Certificate/Identity Document (Proof of application for new ID/Passport)
  • Recent Academic results
  • The South African Qualification Authority’s (SAQA)
  • Municipal billing document/other account statements (not older than 3 months)
  • Evaluation Certificate (foreign qualifications)
  • A valid study permit (Foreign national students)


  • It is the responsibility of the applicant to upload the required supporting documents during the application.
  • Quickly click on “browse” “upload” and “save” during the process to proceed with the application.

You can always use your PIN and student number to log in even after the application process. However, if, for any reason, you misplace or forget your pin or student number, follow these steps to retrieve or change your pin or password.

  • Click on the ‘Forgot Pin’ or ‘Change Pin,’ or ‘Forgot Student’ icons depending on what you want to do.
  • Open your email and follow the instructions that follow to get it sorted out.

What is Tshwane North College’s Application Cost?

Tshwane North College does not charge applicants for application or administration, according to the college’s official page. The institution advised applicants to report anyone who demands money to the college fraud line.

However, prospective students are advised to submit all their supporting documents correctly and on time  (before the closing date) too if they want the college to process their application.