Bridging Course N2 – N3 (Math and Science)

Science & Mathematics Bridging Course

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Programme Name:

Bridging Course (N2 – N3)

Full-time/Part time:

Night classes


This programme is designed for the individual who wishes to go into the Draughting/ Engineering Industry
but does not have Mathematics and Physical Science on a Matric level. The course provides a foundation
for students to progress into the Multi-Disciplinary Drawing Office Practice course or other Engineering

Admission requirements :

A knowledge, comprehension and application of language on a Matric level. Core Mathematics and Physical Science, on Grade 10 or equivalent.

Selection Procedure:

A candidate with the above qualifications will enter into the course after screening of latest school or
equivalent results.

Programme content :

Mathematics N2
Engineering Science N2


Three Months

Career path/ Opportunities:

All Nated Related Courses in:

Mining Engineering
Building and Civil Construction
Engineering and Design Draughting
Road Construction
Electrical Engineering
Structural Steel Detailing
N4/N5 Multi-Disciplinary Drawing Office Practice

Course Fees (R1 600 per subject)

Intake dates available on request

Additional Costs (Books)

Books are additional


A statement of results will be issued by Umalusi (DHET).

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