Courses that do not require Maths in South Africa

Courses that do not require Maths in South Africa

Are you a student who is looking forward to joining an institution of higher education and are not sure whether any courses will accommodate your performance? If that is the case, you do not need to fuss because there are courses that do not require Maths in South Africa and would suit you best. How about checking them out?

Courses that do not require Maths

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Imagine this situation, you have done your Matrics examinations and have passed well and are excited about joining an institution of higher learning. However, the one thing that has come in your way is the fact that you did not perform so well in Mathematics. This does not mean that it is the end of the road for you. Did you know that there is a long list of courses that do not require Maths in South Africa? Going through this list might help put your fears to rest.

What courses do not require Maths?

These are the courses that South African institutions offer:

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Courses without Math subject

Skills Academy has the following courses:

Courses that do not require Maths

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These are the other courses that do not require Mathematics and can be pursued at TWP Academy:

Courses that do not need mathematics

Courses that do not require Maths

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Among the courses that are offered at the University of South Africa, these are the programmes that you could enrol to without Mathematics:

  • Higher Certificate in Law
  • Diploma in Law (98750)
  • Bachelor of Laws (98680 - NEW)
  • Higher Certificate in Education (90093)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Business Studies (90148 - BUS)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Consumer Studies (90148 - CON)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Economics (90148 - ECO)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Engineering Technology (90148 - ETC)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching English (90148 - ENG)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Financial Accounting (90148 - FAC)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Geography (90148 - GEO)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching History (90148 - HIS)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Hospitality Studies (90148 - HOS)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Information or Computer Studies (90148 - ICA)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Languages (90148 - LAN)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Life Orientation (90148 - LOR)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching Life Sciences (90148 - BIO)

If you want to pursue a course that has Mathematics as one of the requirements, you could check out UNISA bridging course for teaching.

Bridging courses

If you are passionate about pursuing a particular programme and do not meet the stipulated requirements, you could opt for bridging courses. A bridging course is a short programme that is meant to boost the qualifications of a student who does not meet the requirements for a stated course.

Institutions such as the University of South Africa have UNISA bridging courses that prospectus students could check out and increase their chances of meeting the requirements of the programme.

Knowing your strengths and fitting them into something that you are passionate could be productive. If Mathematics is not your best subject, you could choose any of the courses that do not require Maths in South Africa mentioned above.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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