- Admission Requirements
- Applications for admission to the College must be completed on the prescribed forms, or done online. Online application is preferred.
- Application forms must reach the College before or on 31 August of the year preceding that for which application is made and selection of students will then start.
- Selection is done on the Grade 12 June examination results.
- A non refundable application fee of R302.00 is payable.
The minimum entry requirements for admission to the Diploma in Agriculture instructional program are as follows:
- National Senior Certificate with;
- 50% in English;
- 40% in Mathematics or 50% Mathematical Literacy
- Life science, Physical science and Agricultural science are preferred.
- Accounting and Business study are also considered.
- Previously obtained qualifications and training will be recognized by the College where applicable.
- No prospective student may report for registration at the College unless he/she has been notified in writing by the Principal. Registration takes place on the prescribed date as announced by the College.
- The registration of new students is subject to the condition that a student shall submit his/her National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification, or any other qualification required for admission to the program, to the Registration Officer for recording purposes before or on a date as determined by the College.
- Students currently in Grade 12 can submit their application with their June Grade 12 results. If you already completed grade 12, your final results must be used.
- College rules
- A complete set of Academic rules is available on request. During registration all students receive their own copy of the rules. All relevant information such as requirements to pass and disciplinary procedures are explained in the rules. Hostel and House Rules are applicable to all students that make use of College accommodation.
- Strict examination rules are applied at the College and a complete document on this topic is available. The success of our tertiary institution is largely determined by the effective administration of the examinations and application of the rules.