WELCOME TO BCC

Brooklyn City College has a rich heritage of quality education spanning over 10 years. At BCC we have focused on courses that are accredited with reputable bodies and give you high employability globally.
From Engineering to trendy fashion design what ever your background you will find your fit that aligns with your career goals.

Experienced Lecturers

Our Faculty staff are well qualified with a good track record.

Learn Anywhere

Apply at any of our six campuses across South Africa.

Qualification certificate

BCC courses are accredited with reputable bodies.

COURSE CATEGORIES

BUSINESS
ENGINEERING
FASHION & DESIGN
COMPUTERS
POLICING
SHORT COURSES
BUSINESS
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Business

Enter the business world with a world class qualification in management, finance or public relations and achieve your career goals..

Engineering
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Engineering

Engineering is a well after qualification with development in industry continuing globally this is a sure way to ensure your future.

Fashion & Design
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Fashion & Design

The fashion world is ever changing, with each change there is a need for new talent. This course will help you get to the edge of the industry.

Computers
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Computers

We have variety of courses that offer computer education from ICDL to programing, we can help you navigate the tech world with course offers at BCC.

Policing
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Policing

This pestigious course offers a path way to get into the SASSETA acccredited qualification opeing dos in the Police fratenity..

Short Courses
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Short Courses

We have a variety of short courses that allow you to bridge the knowledge gap in your career and advance you ahead of your peers.

RELEVANT SKILLS


BCC delivers skills for industry as a Tertiary Education Strategy (TES). It aims to ensure the skills Students develop through tertiary education are well matched to labour market needs.
Enterprises are reporting difficulties in finding employees with relevant skills. BCC is well equiped to better anticipate, manage change, introduce new types of skills that better serve the Students in the current job market.. This priority includes addressing skills shortages in areas like information and communications technology (ICT) and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

POPULAR COURSES

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Classes 8 am - 4 pm

Diploma
Policing

National Diploma in Policing accredited qualification completed in 2 years..

  • All Campuses
  • 2 Years
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Classes 8 am - 4 pm

Civil
Engineering

National Diploma in Civil Engineering qualification completed in 3 years..

  • All Campuses
  • 3 Years
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Classes 8 am - 4 pm

Business Management

National Diploma in Business management qualification completed in 3 years..

  • All Campuses
  • 3 Years
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Classes 8 am - 4 pm

Marketing Management

National Diploma in Marketing Management qualification completed in 3 years.

  • All Campuses
  • 3 Years

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

8 am - 4 pm All Campuses
20
October

2020 Registration Open

Application and Registration for 2020 BCC Courses now open for all prospective students who want to join Brooklyn City College. Either Apply online or send a facebook dm for a call back.

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23
October

Matric Exams Start

Matric Exams kick off nation wide starting with English Paper 1. Class of 2019 will write their first paper on October 15 with Computer Applications Technology Practical Paper 1.

28
November

Matric Exams Finish

All the exams for 2019 will have been concluded by this date. The exams conclude on November 28 with Design Studies.

THE CLASS OF 2019

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BROOKLYN NEWS

How to start your Semester Strong

Here we are again starting off a new semester with a fresh start. We always say we want this semester to be the best one yet, but we are just not quite sure how to accomplish that. Starting off the semester strong and then maintaining that is the ultimate key to success. So here are some tips on how to start off your semester on a good foot

Get Ahead This Year

Whether you’re starting your first semester of college, or returning after a much-needed break, it’s time to start thinking about how you can put your best foot forward in the new school year.Here are a few tips to help you prepare for the start of the semester:

Planning for Your Career

A career plan lists short- and long-term career goals and the actions you can take to achieve them. Career plans can help you make decisions about what classes to take, and identify the extracurricular activities, research, and internships that will make you a strong job candidate.

WANT TO GET AHEAD WITH YOUR CAREER?