Application for Admission
Your admission to Hillcross Business College is dependent on you meeting the specific admission requirements for your chosen qualification. If you don’t meet these requirements, you may want to consider alternative qualifications or possibly.
We have two admission cycles per year for all academic qualifications. We admit during January and July each year for academic qualifications. Student can register at any time of the year for any of the professional qualifications. Our admission processes are straight-forward and simple.
General Registration Documentation Requirements:
- Matric result or grade 12 mid-year result
- Certified ID copy of student
- Certified ID copy of one parent
- Certified copy of proof of residence
- 2 ID photos and
- Registration fee of R850 South African citizens only (which can be paid during registration in January or in July), while it is R1000 for students from the SADEC region and R1500 for students from outside the republic of South Africa and the SADEC region.
Students from SADEC countries other than South Africa who are not resident in the South Africa must have a South African address or must apply to live in the student residence.
Senior national certificates obtained from outside the republic of South Africa must be submitted to the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) for evaluation for the purpose of admission.
The admissions office can be contacted for updated information regarding the admission process because the information may vary due to legislative and institutional reasons.
General Registration Requirements:
- Matric Result
- Student’s & Parent’s certified I.D Copies
- Two ID photos
- Proof of residential address
- Registration fees
Recognition of prior learning
When applying to HBC, remember that HBC will consider your previous learning if you have any. Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is the identification, assessment and acknowledgement of an individual’s skills and knowledge within the context of a specific qualification, irrespective of how and where they have been acquired. It is the acknowledgement of skills, competencies, knowledge and work ethos obtained through informal training, on-the- job experience and life experience when measured against specific learning outcomes.