Motheo TVET College Nsfas Application

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Motheo TVET College Nsfas Application

Motheo TVET College Nsfas Application

The Motheo Technical Vocational and Education and Training College was formally established by the Department of Education: Free State, on 1 April 2002 as part of the rationalisation of the technical college sector from an original 152 colleges into 50 mega institutions, forming the nucleus of the new Technical Vocational and Education and Training Sector. Motheo TVET College was constituted from the merger of the former Bloemfontein, Hillside View and Thaba Nchu technical colleges and the Kagisanong College of Education.

Bloemfontein College was a state-aided college; Hillside View College and Kagisanong College were state colleges, and The Thaba Nchu College was a manpower Campus in former Bophuthatswana. The merger thus brought together four institutions with diverse backgrounds and ethos.

Today the college is one of only 50 public TVET colleges in the country.

The College operates from three delivery sites, namely the Bloemfontein Campus, situated on the edge of the Bloemfontein CBD, Hillside View Campus situated on the outskirts of the township of Mangaung in Bloemfontein and Thaba Nchu Campus in Thaba Nchu. The college also runs a number of satellite campuses and projects throughout the Central Free State and Xhariep region e.g. Botshabelo, Koffiefontein, Zastron .


Nsfas Open Date

Nsfas Online Application Opens 1 September and closes November 30, 2021.

In order to facilitate access to the National Certificate (Vocational) qualification, the Department of Higher Education and Training has made bursaries available. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) administers the bursaries on behalf of the Department of Higher Education and Training.
Who may apply for the DoE TVET College bursary scheme?

  • Registered students for the new National Certificate Vocational Programmes (NQF Level 2 – 4)
  • A South African citizen
  • In need of financial assistance with necessary proof
  • Able to demonstrate potential for academic success
  • without parents i.e. an orphan;
  • unemployed parents;
  • being a member of a family headed by a single parent or a single legal guardian with an annual income of less than R12 000 per year; and
  • employed parents with a joint netto income of less than R10 000 per month

Application requirements:

  • Certified original copy of ID
  • Proof of registration
  • Proof of residence
  • Latest school/college results
  • Parent(s)’/guardian(s)’ proof of income
  • Affidavit in case of unemployment
  • Proof of Transport and Accommodation

NAFSAS 2019 applications just click on the link below to register


-Please visit the NSFAS website – or follow the link on our website –

-You may also choose to visit any Buffalo City TVET College Campus – Student Support Service for assistance.

-Please ensure that you have the correct documents (certified not older than 3 months) in electronic format available:

    • Your South African ID or a birth certificate( if you do not have a green bar-coded ID or smart ID card)
    • ID of parents and/or guardian or death certificate where applicable.

– Pay advice/letter of employment/ pension advice stating income of parents and/or guardian (SASSA slips are not
required and SASSA should not be included as household income

-Please ensure that you download the CONSENT FORM and that it is completed by your parent/s and or guardian – this

has to be attached to your Application form – see flip-side for details


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