Distance Learning Colleges in South Africa

Distance Learning Colleges In South Africa 

We are super happy that you’ve landed on this page.


We’d love for more people to know about the greatness that is distance learning. This is a study option for those who would like to work, make money, gain experience, and improve their education all at the same time.

To pull this off is really impressive, and looks very good on your CV. Employers will recognise that you’re one hardworking fellow, ready to work hard at your day job, and go home after hours and work hard on your education.

There are many different courses you can study via distance learning in order to improve your skills and further your career. Some distance learning institutions even offer fully accredited courses which can really give your career the boost you’re looking for. Courses such as the fully accredited ICB Business Management Course can give you the edge you need on your next promotion opportunity or job interview.

You’re smart enough to go after this because of all the freedom and benefits it offers you. And you have the determination and iron will to make the sacrifice of studying and working.

This is a path not everyone is willing to take and for that, we have decided to reward you. We have made your search for the best college a bit easier, by putting together a list of all the distance learning colleges here in South Africa.


A benefit of this list is that you get to see all of your options, you don’t want to feel like you are missing out on anything. So check them all of them out and make the decision possible. For more information read the ICB prospectus page

Here are the list of college offering distance learning in South Africa. These are just some of them not all of them. Make further research to find other colleges and institutions.


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Make Education a Priority

Make Education a Priority

Find a college to pursue your career

We often complain that there are no jobs but we do not have the right qualifications. People with at least a formal qualification have a better chance to get a job than those who do not have a qualification at all. Now the question is, do you have a qualification? What is your plan.

Life is all about hustling. You can’t get it if you are just sitting on the corner as Mandoza said.

We are all responsible for the failure of successes of our lives.

You still have a chance to shape your future. Find a college, look for short courses and apply for bursaries and take charge of your life.

 

 

 

Your future is bright, We can make it brighter

Your future is bright, We can make it brighter

Unemployment in South Africa and the demand for qualified employees are at an all-time high.

Educourses.co.za is here to help you improve your career prospects by finding the course you need to stand out from the crowds. We partner with top institutions and colleges in South Africa and can help you find the right course, at the right price in record time.

Whether you want to study online, part-time or full time, we can help you find the best options out there with the click of a button and a follow-up call.

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Julius Malema Urges Students to Go to Universities and Demand Their Courses

Julius Malema has responded to the announcement by President Zuma that university fees will paid for poor and middle class young people. The EFF leader has urged young people to go to universities in person to demand access to their courses.

Julius Malema has responded to the announcement by President Zuma that university fees will paid for poor and middle class young people. The EFF leader has urged young people to go to universities in person to demand access to their courses.

However the leaders of SA universities have urged young people and their parents that they must not just ‘walk-in’ to varsities and colleges hoping for a place. Applications must be made online or via the government’s central application service, called CACH.

Young people who still want to apply at university this year can use the Cach system which will be open from the Friday the 5th of January.

 

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How to Find and Apply to Study at South African Colleges

Ekurhuleni East College

Telephone: (011) 730 6600
Email: info@eec.edu.za
Website: www.eec.edu.za
Address:

 
Your future is bright, We can make it brighter

 

Your future is bright, We can make it brighter

Your future is bright, We can make it brighter

Unemployment in South Africa and the demand for qualified employees are at an all-time high.

Educourses.co.za is here to help you improve your career prospects by finding the course you need to stand out from the crowds. We partner with top institutions and colleges in South Africa and can help you find the right course, at the right price in record time.

Whether you want to study online, part-time or full time, we can help you find the best options out there with the click of a button and a follow-up call.

Tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll help to put you on the road to success.

Enter your details once

Choose the course you want to study

Receive quotes from top educators

Advance your career

Find a course

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Ekurhuleni West College

Telephone: (011) 876 6958
Email: info@ewc.edu.za
Website: www.ewc.edu.za
Address:

 

Sedibeng College

Telephone: (016) 422 6645
Email: info@sedcol.co.za
Website: www.sedcol.co.za
Address:

South West College

Telephone: (011) 984 1260
Email: callcentre@swgc.co.za
Website: www.swgc.co.za
Address:

 Tshwane North College

Telephone: (012) 323 8623
Email: central@tnc4fet.co.za
Website: www.tnc4fet.co.za
Address:

Tshwane South College

Telephone: (012) 660 8581
Email: info@tsc.edu.za
Website: www.tsc.edu.za
Address:

           Capricorn FET College

           015 291 3115/8 (t)

           015 297 5448 (f)

Lephalale FET College

014 763 2242 (t)
014 763 2253 (f)

Website:
www.lephalalefetcollege.co.za

Mopani South East FET College

015 781 5725 (t)
015 781 5346 (f)

Boland College

Telephone: (021) 886 7111/2
Email: hq@bolandcollege.com
Website: www.bolandcollege.com
Address:

 Central Johannesburg College

Telephone: (011) 484 1388
Email: info@cjc.co.za
Website: www.cjc.co.za
Address:

 South Cape College

Telephone: (044) 884 0359
Email: central@scccollege.co.za
Website: www.sccollege.co.za
Address:

 West Coast College

Telephone: (022) 482 1143
Email: enquiries@westcoastcollege.co.za
Website: www.westcoastcollege.co.za
Address:
Action Training Academy

Gauteng: (+27) 11 704 6597
KwaZulu Natal: (+27) 31 571 6700
Eastern Cape: (+27) 41 374 1336
Western Cape: (+27) 21 486 1000
Vanderbijlpark: (+27) 16 931 2050

 Northlink College

Telephone: (0860) 065 465
Email: info@northlink.co.za
Website: www.northlink.co.za
Address:

 False Bay College

Telephone: (021) 003 0600
Email: info@falsebay.org.za
Website: www.falsebaycollege.co.za
Address:

 College of Cape Town

Telephone: (0860) 103 682
Email: info@cct.edu.za
Website: www.cct.edu.za
Address:
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