Southern African Wildlife College Application Form 2019-2020
About Southern African Wildlife College
On our campus in the Greater Kruger National Park, is the perfect classroom to provide working examples for our students to learn conservation theory and best practices in and out of the classroom. As part of ‘learning by doing’, we establish a cycle of innovation and development so our curriculum is constantly evolving. This means that through our various training programmes, we’re addressing current conservation training needs and shaping the conservation landscape of the future.
Southern African Wildlife College Courses Offered
Programme Schedule (2019)
Our unique, needs-driven approach to further education, skills training, university courses, and tailored courses address some of the most pressing issues facing people working in conservation. You can download our 2019 Prospectus here.
How to Apply
Applying to programmes
“The success of the College depends on the collaboration and support of numerous conservation groups, government agencies, environmental organisations, and other partners.”
For the Higher Education and Training Certificate Course Programmes, all students are required to obtain a letter of endorsement from the Human Resource or Training Manager of their respective organisations before their application will be considered by the College.
For the Youth Access Conservation and Environmental Education Bridging Courses, which is aimed at school leavers from historically disadvantaged communities, a call for applications is made through the relevant communication channels.
Applicants are required to complete the relevant course application form indicating the programme they intend applying for. This form should be submitted to the Southern African Wildlife College, addressed to the relevant manager together with all the accompanying documentation stipulated on the application form.