Diploma in ICT at University of Mpumalanga

This program intends to equip Learners with a wide range of software, technical and technological ICT skills required in the industry at diploma level.

Admission Entry Requirements

1. Applicants with the National Senior Certificate:  The minimum requirements for admission to a Diploma must be met. In addition, students will have the following:

Admission Point Score (APS) of 26

• English (Home or First Additional Language): Level 4

• Mathematics: Level 4

2. Applicants the NCV level 4: 

NCV Level 4 with at least 50% for English (Home Language or First Additional Language), 50% for Mathematics, and 70% in four IT and Computer Science subjects.

What can I do with a diploma in ICT?

ICT Consultant

Web Developer

Computer Systems Manager

Computer Systems Analyst

Software Application Developer

ICT Manager

Data Recovery Manager Programme Goals

To develop ICT specialists capable of providing ICT business solutions.

To develop professionals with high-quality ICT knowledge and skills so as to take care of ICT business-related matters.

To build and develop ICT solutions and so as to enhance business and organizational efficiency.

To develop analytical and logical thinking, problem-solving, communication skills, and teamwork.

Which course is best for information technology jobs?

Bachelor of Engineering (BE)

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)

Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)

Masters in Engineering (ME)

Masters in Technology (M.Tech)

Masters in Science (M.Sc).

Diploma (Dipl), Information Technology (IT) Jobs by Salary

Job TitleRange
Job Title: Software DeveloperRange: R93k – R326k (Estimated)
Software EngineerRange: R137k – R456k (Estimated)
Support Technician, Information Technology (IT)Range: R60k – R236k (Estimated)
Network TechnicianRange: R54k – R190k (Estimated)