How to Apply to Vega School in Five Steps
If you’re looking to apply to Vega School, you have come to the right place. We’ll walk you through the online application process with an easy five-step guide. We’ll discuss everything you need to know about the Vega School requirements
About the School of Vega
The Vega School was established in 1999. You can find its four campuses in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, and Pretoria. The School offers various qualifications that include degrees, diplomas, certificates, and short courses that lecturers can deliver full-time or part-time.
The School of Vega aims to provide its students with a learning space that consists of small classes, practical learning, and innovative technology in the education environment. It focuses on design, brand, and business administration.
How to Apply to Vega School in Five Easy Steps:
Please Note, You’ll Need the Following to Start Your Application:
- A valid email address and mobile number
- ID/passport number
- R850 application fee
Step One: Required Documents
You’ll need to scan the following documents and upload them to the application portal after completing your online application. Please make sure that the documents’ content is visible. You can have your documents certified by your local police station.
- Certified copy of your ID
- Certified copy of your Passport (for international students)
- Certified copy of previous qualification obtained, and academic transcripts
- Certified copy of your National Senior Certificate (matric results)
Step Two: Visit the Online Application Site
➢ Select ‘new application.’
➢ Continue to the online application form
Step Three: Electronic Application Form
You’ll need to provide the following information:
- Qualification details (Select from the Vega School courses)
- Personal details
- Guardian details
- Education details
Step Four: Information Verification
Before proceeding to the next step, make sure that you have entered the required information correctly. Once you have double-checked your details, you can click next.
Step Five: Track Your Application Status
After you have applied successfully, you’ll receive an SMS or email with a Lead ID/reference number. You can use the given reference number to track your application status.
➢ Track your application here
Vega School Requirements
All Vega School courses have different requirements. Your acceptance relies heavily on your APS (Admission Point Score). Your APS is calculated by using your six best subjects of your final matric results.
The School requires a minimum of 15 points for higher certificates, 18 points for diplomas, and a minimum of 21 points for bachelor’s degrees. Take a look at the specific course requirements here.
Calculate Your APS
You need a minimum of 30% for all languages and above 50% for four of the NSC (National Senior Certificate) 20-credit subjects: (Life Orientation is not a 20-credit subject)
NSC 20-Credit Subjects:
- Agricultural Sciences
- Business Studies
- Consumer Studies
- Dramatic Arts
- Engineering Graphics and Design
- Information Technology
- Life Sciences
- Mathematical Literacy
- Physical Sciences
- Religion Studies
- Visual Arts
Calculate Your Aps With Your Six Top Subjects, Based on the Following Table:
School of Vega Dates
You must apply before the application deadline. If your application is late, you’ll be required to pay extra on your application fee.
If you want to apply to the School of Vega while you’re still in matric, you can send in your grade 11 results. Keep in mind that you’ll have to send in your matric results as soon as it is made available.
Each course has a different application date. You can find out more about the application dates by visiting the Vega School Official website.
Vega School Open Days
- 29 May 2021
- 28 August 2021
- 30 October 2021
Once you have completed your application, ensure that you have uploaded all the necessary documents to the application site and paid the application fee. Also, keep in mind that the School will only process your application if you meet the Vega School requirements.