LEPTVETCOL Online Application 2024/2025 & Admission Guidelines

Lephalale TVET College, LEPTVETCOL online Application for Admission for 2024/2025 is closed. Late applications for 2023 may not be considered too. Prospective Students should look forward to the opening of LEPTVETCOL application 2024 academic year.

The Lephalale TVET College (LEPTVETCOL) online application for admission to undergraduate & postgraduate study programmes for both South African and international citizens close on specific dates in the year preceding the year of study. The opening date for LEPTVETCOL online applications 2024 has not been disclosed yet.

The purpose of the online application is to provide early provisional registration to new intakes (students), standardize and also expand the enrollment process within the College.

Please refer to the available courses and their respective admission requirements before beginning the online application.

Recommended: List of Courses offered at Lephalale TVET College

What are the LEPTVETCOL Application dates for 2024 admission?

The opening and closing dates for applications have not been disclosed yet.

Lephalale TVET College ONLINE APPLICATION 2024/2025

Lephalale TVET College Aspirants from South Africa and other countries for undergraduate and postgraduate can take note of the following online application information.

Applications to study towards a National Certificate (Vocational) in 2023 are now open at Lephalale TVET College.

Minimum enrolment requirement: Passed Grade 9.

Applications close on 30 September.

Lephalale TVET College is committed to providing you with high-quality service and standards by which to measure our performance.


Be sure to submit the following:

  • Identity document
  • 1st/2nd term school report of grade you are currently doing or final year report of highest grade

No walk-ins will be allowed.

At Lephalale TVET College, they strive towards quality technical and vocational expertise for economic growth. Lephalale TVET College’s mission is to create lasting solutions to poverty, unemployment, illiteracy and inequality through the provision of vocational and technical skills required in the labour market.

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