What requirements do i need to have if i want to teach in high schools?

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Miss Nokulunga Ngema

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ACADEMIC DOCUMENTS WE REQUIRE

Currently in final school year:

South African school system: Final grade 11 results

International school system: Grade 11 results as well as final-year school subjects with levels

Also note: Applicants enrolled in a foreign (international) school system, for example International Baccalaureate (IB) or a USA High School Diploma, must apply using grade 11 (pre-final year) results, but also supply a list of subjects taken in the final year of school (grade 12 /13) with levels for the official subjects and predicted results (confirmed by the school). Please note, however, that applicants from the Cambridge school system do not need to provide the predicted results for the final year subjects. They still need to provide the list of subjects and indicate the level they are taking them in their final year, for Exemption purposes. To make sure you meet the requirements for Matriculation Exemption, please visit the Universities South Africa’s website http://mb.usaf.ac.za  for more information on Matriculation Exemption.

Completed final school year:

South African school systemNational Senior Certificate (NSC) or IEB / Statement of symbols of final school results.

International school system: Final school results from International Curriculum (Cambridge International, International Baccalaureate, etc.), including School of Tomorrow. Cambridge applicants must also include IGCSE or O level or GCSE certificates.

Applicants following the American system must provide the necessary exemption documents as per the USAf website at https://mb.usaf.ac.za/united-states-of-america/.

Also note: If you complete your schooling in an international school system, you must meet the requirements set by Universities South Africa (USAf) for Matriculation Exemption for that system by the time you come to register. To determine whether you meet the requirements, please see: http://mb.usaf.ac.za and select the relevant country’s information. It is normally only possible to apply for a formal certificate of University Exemption during your first year of registration so you might not yet have it available when you come to register for the first time. You will, however, be able to register, provided that you do qualify for Matriculation Exemption.

Additional subjects or rewrites (all school systems): If you have completed additional subjects or rewrote subjects (or are busy rewriting the subjects this year), please include the subjects and grades.

Currently enrolled for first year at a tertiary institution (excluding Stellenbosch University qualifications):

• Final school-leaving results (See “completed final school year”)
• Proof of registration in first year when no academic transcript is not yet available

Currently enrolled at a tertiary institution

• Final school-leaving results (See “completed final school year”)
• Proof of registration, including a list of subjects you are enrolled for with provisional grades if available at the time of application
• Full academic transcript for each academic year completed, including grades

Please note that online results obtained from self-service portals will not be accepted.

Tertiary academic qualifications completed

Include final school-leaving results where applicable
• Relevant certificates PLUS full academic transcript for each year of enrolment, including grades
• Diploma(s)  PLUS full academic transcript for each year of enrolment, including grades
• B degree certificate(s) PLUS full academic transcript for each year of enrolment, including grades
• Honours degree certificate(s) PLUS full academic transcript for each year of enrolment, including grades
• Master’s degree certificate(s) PLUS full academic transcript for each year of enrolment, including grades (where applicable)
• Doctoral degree certificate(s) PLUS full academic transcript for each year of enrolment, including grades (where applicable)

If you have obtained a qualification outside of the South African Higher Education system and your final degree certificate is not available when you apply, please provide us with official proof that you have completed the qualification. Please note that the proof of completion should not be older than five years from the date on which the degree was conferred.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR WITS UNIVERSITY

In 2008 the admission criteria changed in line with the new National Senior Certificate qualification.

Using the Wits Admission Points Score (APS), applicants are eligible for consideration to study the BEd if they achieve a Bachelor’s degree pass for NSC results, and 36 APS points which includes at least 5 APS points  for English Home Language or English First Additional Language (that is, achieves 60% in Grade 12).

Applicants who matriculated prior to 2008, who qualify for Mature Age exemption, must have passed English HG, and will need to write the National Benchmark Test (NBT).

Applicants who matriculated prior to 2008 with endorsement must have at least a pass in English HG, and 18 points or higher.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR UKN

NSC- Bachelor’s Degree endorsement with English & Life Orientation 4; Level 5 in any two of Maths, Dramatic Arts, Geography , History, Accounting, Information  Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences

Admission requirements for UNISA
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and at least 40% in Mathematics or 50% in Mathematical Literacy,
or
A Senior Certificate (SC) with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board with at least a D symbol on HG or a C symbol on SG in the language of teaching and learning and with at least a F symbol on HG or a E symbol on SG in Mathematics,
or
A National Certificate Vocational (NCV) Level 4 with at least 60% in three fundamental subjects including the language of teaching and learning; 70% in four vocational subjects chosen from the NCV level 4 subjects. Subjects under the following categories are approved as eligible for a BEd degree: All official languages as First Additional Language level, Agriculture and Nature Conservation, Business, Commerce and Management Sciences Services, Education, training and Development, Mathematics and Natural Science.
Applicants who do not comply with the above requirements should consider applying for a Higher Certificate for which they meet the statutory and additional requirements.

Best wishes.

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