Where to study is one of the key questions asked by students as they come to the end of their school career.
The first thing to consider is whether you want to study on a campus and attend classes, and or whether you want to work and study at the same time. If you want to study on a campus we can’t help you. But if you want to study via distance learning you have come to the right place!
Where to study
Once you have decided to study via distance learning this means you can be anywhere in South Africa and still study with our college. We even have students as far abroad as the United Kingdom!
If you sign up for an accredited program that has exams you will be able to choose form a number of venues to write your final exam.
TWP Academy is a private distance learning college that offers a range of fully accredited courses. TWP Academy was launched in 2015 by Together We Pass, and is run by the same great team that has been helping distance learning students pass since 2008.
Initially only accredited to offer the range of ICB qualifications, TWP Academy will soon also be offering the NATED N4 to N6 programs too.
Together We Pass offers online groups to distance learning students. First launched in 2008 for UNISA students exclusively, by 2014 Together We Pass was being used to host study groups for a number of private distance learning colleges as well. This includes:
- College SA
- Skills Academy
- The Learning Group
- Home Study College
- The Decor School
- Home Study Group
Who can study at TWP Academy
TWP Academy is a private distance learning college. That means that anyone can study at TWP Academy, as long as you meet the entrance criteria for the course, and can afford to pay the fees.
There are no quotas, or maximum number of students that can study at TWP Academy. We do not limit the number of students like they do at UNISA or UCT. If you want to study, and meet the requirements, we will not turn you away!
For ICB accredited courses you need only have a grade 10 to start your first qualification. For the Nated programs you will need to have a matric in order to start these qualifications.
Last updated: September 24, 2018