Do You Want To:
Do you want to study towards a Matric Certificate? Or do you want to study towards a National Qualification, despite not having completed your Matric?
The Matric Courses at Oxbridge Academy are designed for students who did not complete Matric at school. The aim of these courses is to give students the opportunity to reach the academic level that they need to continue with their studies at N1 or N4-level.
Why Choose Our Course?
You can complete your course from the comfort of your own home.
You can ask an industry-expert tutor for help if you get stuck with your coursework.
You will be able to choose whether you want to pay your course fees upfront or in monthly instalments.
At Oxbridge Academy You Can Study The Following Matric Courses:
Why Should You Study At Oxbridge Academy?
At Oxbridge Academy, you will be able to further your education on a part-time basis from home. This means that you will be able to study even if you are already working, or if you are unable to attend classes due to transport problems or family commitments.
You will also:
- Receive all of your study material as part of your course fee (there are no additional costs for textbooks).
- Have the option to pay your course fee in affordable monthly instalments.
- Be able to ask a qualified tutor for help with your studies via telephone and email.
What Is A Bridging Course, And Why Should You Study One?
The bridging courses that you can study with us are an alternative to Grade 10 or Matric – in the sense that they give you access to further studies at N1 or N4 level at Oxbridge Academy.
In other words, if you complete a bridging course, you will be able to enrol for the relevant N1 or N4 course, even if you don’t have Grade 10 (for N1) or Matric (for N4).
Other Options For Furthering Your Studies If You Don’t Have Matric:
At Oxbridge Academy, you can enrol for a wide range of skills development courses and vocational programmes, even if you haven’t completed your Matric. For many of these courses, the minimum entry requirements are simply that you need to be over the age of 16, and that you need to be able to read and write in English.