Matric Re-Write Programme

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Matric Re-Write Programme


If you do not qualify for a particular department at a university institution because your matric marks are too low, there are a number of bridging courses that institutions offer to allow someone into a particular field.


You can also contact the South African Department of Basic Education, they should be able to provide a list of institutions whereby you can improve or upgrade your matric with more specific details.

The following are some of the institutions subject to your verification that they have been registered:

Tshwane North college ( former Pretoria college)
Tshwane South College (formerly known as PTA Tech) at atteridgeville
Greenwood college (church street and princess park avenue)

Star schools at Braamfontein
Central Johannesburg College
Funda community college (next to bara hospital)
Oxford Combined College, Kempton Park, same street as Festival Mall
Thoko Thaba High School, Thokoza

Saint Antony’s
Franciscan Matric Project

East Rand
Arron Moeti @Katlehong,

Ratanda Secondary

Ekurhuleni west college, EWC

Western Cape
St Francis, Kwalanga
Stone fountain collage CPT (Kenilworth)
Cape college

Matric of excellence in DUT
Mthashana FET College (Nongoma)
Zwelibanzi High School / Jojilanga. J section Umlazi

St John’s College

East London
Academy of business and computer studies

Port Elizabeth
Hill College
PE College – Old Iqhayiya campus
Coega. It is free but they only assist in math and science.

Lameka FET college ( eastern cape)


Thasululo FET College

Jeppe education center (corner market and grobler street)

Makidi Secondary, Sekhukhune
Sethula Secondary, Sekhukhune

Mmabatho High School

Maluti FET
Motheo fet college (Bloemfontein)

Other Areas

Star school VUT or WITS
Boston city campus

NB: Do not pay for any job placement, a job cannot be sold. The job has to pay you not the other way round.

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