Namaqualand Campus

Main Road, Okiep

027 744 1360

027 744 1603

Student Capacity

Lecturing Staff

Support Staff


Skills Development And Trade Test Centre

We offer the following trades:

  • Electrician
  • Boilermaker
  • Fitter
  • Turner
  • Fitter and Turner
  • Welder
  • Diesel mechanic

Student activities at Namaqualand Campus

  • Induction and orientation
  • Fun and sports days
  • Career guidance programmes
  • Social awareness
  • Academic support
  • Group study skills workshops
  • Personal and spiritual upliftment programmes

Unique facilities at Namaqualand Campus

  • Top class Skills Development
  • Trade Test Centre

Different Sport disciplines at Namaqualand Campus


  • Soccer
  • Netball
  • Rugby
  • Table Tennis
  • Chess

Number of staff

  •  Campus Manager
  • Two HOD’s
  • Lecturing staff – 27
  • Support Staff – 12
  • Student Support – 2

Capacity of campus:


± 580 full time students
Hostel accommodation: ± 100 residents

“Namaqualand Campus – home of new beginnings, your future starts with us”

At Namaqualand Campus, we believe that what we do every day makes a difference to the students entering the gate each year.  Here in the heart of the Namaqua District Municipality, we chose to strive for academic excellence by being the best campus in the Northern Cape and compete with the best in the country.

We play a significant role in uplifting education in the Northern Cape, by equipping all our students with fundamental skills.

We love what we do and are proud of our institution, we value hard work and respect for others, especially our students.

We therefore see this Campus as one where you as a student are placed at the Centre of everything we do.  We call ourselves successful when our students succeed with their studies and also with their post-College endeavors.

Make the College your own and work with us to make your dream come true, like the many who have done so before you.

Ten reasons why a student should study at Namaqualand Campus

  • Students are our core business and we put students’ needs at the centre of everything we do
  • Students have the opportunity to qualify in world class workshops that has been accredited by NAMB and QCTO
  • Students are subject to diagnostic and aptitude tests, career guidance, work placement opportunities which assist students in making the correct choices
  • The campus is a gate-way to gain academic knowledge as well as relevant skills for furthering studies
  • Financial support to cater for allowances (accommodation and travelling)
  • Hostel accommodation for 150 students
  • Sports and other cultural activities to stimulate and balance the well-being of students
  • Experienced group of lecturers performing academically good
  • Award ceremonies


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