Admission/General FAQs

It is advised that you always verify the accreditation status of the college you wish to study at. In South Africa, education providers are monitored and regulated by the Department of Education.

HillCross College is both REGISTERED and ACCREDITEED. The College is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training and accredited by the following accreditation bodies;

  • MICT SETA - Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority
  • SASSETA - Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority
  • LGSETA - Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority
  • PSETA - Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority
  • TETA - Transport Education Training Authority
  • QCTO - Quality Council for Trades and Occupations
  • ICB - Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
  • ITHSA - Chartered Institute of Tourism and Hospitality
  • Umalusi 

Application can be made online from our website or by using our App which can be downloaded from Google Playstore. Paper application is also possible at the College.

Application is FREE but registration is R850 for South Africans, R1000 for students from SADEC countries and R1500 for students from other parts of the world

Registration documentation requirement are as follows: 

  • Certified Matric result (Some courses require grade 10 – 11) 
  • Certified ID document or Passport/Asylum for foreign students
  • Certified ID document of sponsor (where applicable)
  • Certified Proof of residence 
  • 2 ID photos 
  • Registration fees (payable during registration)

Yes, applications from foreign students are welcome. We have lots of foreign already studying with us!

The App can be downloaded from Google Playstore. You simply need to go to Google Playstore type HillCross College and download the App.

Yes, we do. It is +27795914356

Application for study and application for scholarship/bursary are treated as the same thing. A single application will be enough.

For Business Programs:

We have 2 admissions period which is January and July admission periods.

For Engineering:

We have 3 admissions periods which January, April and August

Yes, we offer scholarships to foreign students, but priority is given to South African students

We offer the following types of courses/qualifications;

  • Higher Certificate
  • National Diploma and 
  • Advanced Diploma

Please contact any of our student advisor for more details.

None! You simply need to pass matric.

Yes, you can apply to keep a space for yourself. However, it is your responsibility to provide the College with a certified copy of your final results as soon as they become available so the assessment of your application may be completed.

Yes, there are lots of them but please contact our student advisor for more details.

Late applications will be accepted and considered after the 31st of December for January admission and 30th of June for July admissions however, there is no guarantee that there will be space available in your selected program. Hence, we advise students to apply early.

It depends on the chosen program of study but generally it takes 18 – 24 months to complete.

Yes, we offer a lot of short courses.

Yes, it is possible, but you will have to start from level N1. The engineering Diploma program runs up to Level N6 each N level takes 3 - 4 months to complete.

Yes, it is possible, but you will have to start from level N1. The engineering Diploma program runs up to Level N6 each N level takes 3 - 4 months to complete.

Yes, you can study our health program without them, but you will have to go through a bridging course.

Yes, you can study our IT program without them, but you will have to go through a bridging course.

Yes, you can study our Financial Accounting program without them, but you will have to start from level NQF 3.

Yes, and you will get credit for the modules you have already studied at the College.

Yes, it is possible depending on the program you want to study simultaneously. Feel free to contact the College for more info.

Registered students can study via;

  • Full time
  • Part time (Weekdays and Saturdays) and by
  • Distance Learning

Fees can be paid once as a lump sum or in instalments. There is a maximum of 6 instalments per semester because a semester is made of 6 months.

We are in Johannesburg and Pretoria.

Yes, we have rentable and affordable student accommodation.

All exams related to the College are written at the College.

Yes, we do use our industry contacts to assist our graduates, but it is based on availability.

Yes, we do but based on availability

As a HillCross College graduate, you will gain integrated theoretical and practical experience, exposure to your chosen industry as well as a meaningful qualification as part of an affordable education.

All our programmes have a very large percentage of practical components. Engaging in practical training is one of the prerequisites for obtaining our qualification

 

Hillcross College

If you Have Any Questions Call Us On +2711 338 9093