Why Study Civil Engineering ?

A Civil Engineer is responsible for the planning design, maintenance and management of construction projects. Projects include construction of multi-story buildings roads, bridges, harbors, airports, sport stadiums and water purification plants. Civil engineering involves the constant recreation improvement and conservation of the environment as well as establishment of the facilities required for the effective functioning of the community.

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A Bright Future !

Civil engineers primarily plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain physical infrastructure, including water and waste management facilities, transportation and communications infrastructure, and structures and public buildings. This all-important infrastructure supports people’s basic needs while enabling and driving economic development.

    Admissions for this course will allow students to obtain credits to most University of Technologies by passing all N4, N5, N6 subjects with at least 50% in each subject.


Building and
Civil Technology
Building Drawing
Building Science


Building Administration
Building & Structural Surveying
Building & Structural Construction
Quantity Surveying/Maths


Building Administration
Building & Structural  Surveying
Building & Structural Construction
Quantity Surveying or


Building Administration
Building & Structural Surveying
Building & Structural Construction
Quantity Surveying
Or Maths

Academic Requirements

  •  Grade 12 Certificate
  •  NS Certificate or Equivqlent

Required Documents

  • Completed registration Form
  • Copies of your Metric or high school Diploma
  • Certified Copies of your ID, or Passport
  • Two ID sized passport photographs
  • Registration Fee of R500(non-refundable)
  • R50 for Compulsory Student id
  • An initial Deposit As specified in the course
N1-N3R 500
R2 500 R900R8 400 6 Months
N4R 200R900R 2 9003 Months
N5R 200
R900R 2 9003 Months
N6R 200
R900R 2 9003 Months
Exam Fee R200/Sem
  • Bridge Engineer
  • Earthquake Design Engineer
  • Consulting Engineer
  • Construction Manager
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Geotechnical Engineer
  • Hydrologist
  • Structural Engineer
  • Water Resource Manager