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TRANSFORMING YOUR HOPE FOR CAREER SUCCESS

TRANSFORMING YOUR HOPE FOR CAREER SUCCESSS No matric? No math’s? Not satisfied with your marks. None of these scenarios need to be a barrier to achieving your dreams. Berea Technical College, a long-standing college in Durban offers a comprehensive range of programmes and a teaching and learning environment that promotes a social-academic balance.  The College celebrates 21-years this year and…

TOP PERFORMING COLLEGE SETS THE BAR

Berea Technical College (BTC), a leading private education College in KwaZulu-Natal celebrates 21 years as one of the pioneer colleges in Durban.  This year it has earned the accolade as Top Performing College in the country, with over 700 distinctions and its top achiever in Mechanical Engineering scooping 12 distinctions in the national Department of Education (DOE) examinations. The College…

Top Engineering Student Praises Lecturers for her Success

Top Performing Berea Technical College mechanical engineering student, Alisha Harilal achieves 100% distinctions and attributes her success to the hard work and commitment of her lecturers. “My lecturers cared.  Every single one was there making sure I understood the work and pushing me on.  I owe my excellent results to them and the colleges’ Centre for Maths and Science”, said…

From humble beginnings to Top Achiever with 30 distinctions

Raised in the rural area of Dumbe in KwaZulu-Natal 24-year-old Sbulelo Makhanya, had the ambition to be the first generation of his family to get an education. In 2016 Makhanya registered for his Human Resource Management course at Berea College of Technology, a higher-education campus located in the city. “I come from a family of uneducated people, my uncle had…

Ambitious KZN student beats the odds to be IT. Course Top Achiever

It was in 2016 when Neo Mahlamvu, 22 from Harding, KwaZulu-Natal began his higher education journey at Berea Technical College. “I was in Grade 11 when I decided that I wanted to study IT.,” said Mahlamvu. Born to a mother who studied and worked in the IT industry, Mahlamvu was confident that he was making the right decision. “After doing…