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Swaziland College of Technology

UNEVOC Centre (Training provider) since 1995

The College is the principal institution of higher level and vocational education and training in Swaziland. It provides and facilitates high quality training and learning in technology and business studies in collaboration with the commercial, industrial and public sectors. It currently offers Bachelor of Technology Degrees in the following:

Information Technology

Human Resource Management

Tourism Management

Diploma in

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Building Studies

Design & Technology

Hospitaility Studies


Secretarial Studies

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Swaziland College of Technology (SCOT)



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Head of UNEVOC Centre
Dr. Grace Mdluli

UNEVOC Coordinator
Dr. Grace Mdluli

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18 May 2008
UNESCO-UNEVOC Sub-regional Seminar Mbabane
Meeting of UNEVOC Centres in Southern Africa in 2008.

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