FEES OPTION A
R75 658 on or before 31 January 2019
FEES OPTION B
R39 802 on or before 31 January 2019 and the balance of R39 802 on or before 31 May 2019
FEES OPTION C
R8 482.90 per month – 10 monthly payments from 31 January – 31 October 2019
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FEES OPTION A
R68 245 on or before 31 January 2019
FEES OPTION B
R35 900.50 on or before 31 January 2019 and the balance of R35 900.50 on or before 31 May 2019
FEES OPTION C
R7 656.20 per month -10 monthly payments from 31 January – 31 October 2019
view our Diploma in Fashion
Once a student is offered a place to study, the place must be secured by paying a non-refundable registration fee, which is deducted from the student’s school fees the following year. Only once the student has been successfully assessed, been offered a place and paid the deposit, can it be taken that the student will be able to study at the Villioti Fashion Institute.
BEGINNERS GARMENT CONSTRUCTION
24 Weeks / 6 Months | R8 400
ADVANCED GARMENT CONSTRUCTION
16 Weeks / 4 Months | R7 000
BEGINNERS’ PATTERN ENGINEERING
22 WEEKS / 5 months 2 Weeks | R8 400
ADVANCED PATTERN ENGINEERING
11 WEEKS / 2 Months 3 weeks | R5 200
24Weeks / 6 Months | R8 400
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The price of the pack is determined on a yearly basis due to the fact that all our equipment and textbooks are imported.
BACHELOR OF FASHION
Price of 2019 pack R5 767.52
DIPLOMA IN FASHION
Price of 2019 pack R6 108.85
Our students have access to online libraries for research material and particular textbooks only available online.
Library access fee 2019 – R1 305
Consumables vary during the course of the academic year, including fabrics, cottons, art materials and the like depending on personal choice. The above-mentioned equipment and consumables are not included in the fees.
We encourage students who require financial assistance to please visit all major banking facilities to apply for a student study loan. Alternatively, contact education related finance service providers such as Eduloan or Fundi. All of these service providers offer a range of financial aid products that could assist you in pursuing your dream.
The following types of financial aid are available to students:
A donor provides funds to the Institute for the establishment of a bursary: Subject to specific requirements set by the donor; or without any specific requirements.
Equipment bursaries are awarded to students based on academic excellence and financial need. In the case of a student who has been awarded a donor bursary, the Institute may decide to issue an equipment bursary.
ACADEMIC MERIT LIST & MERIT AWARDS
The Academic Merit List is an academic notation, used to recognize the level of highest scholarship demonstrated by students at the Institute. All registered students who achieve a final average of 75% and above (distinction) within an academic year will be added to the honorary list and will receive a letter from the head of the Institution. Only students who are placed on the Academic Merit List stand a chance to receive the Merit Award.
Merit awards are awarded on the basis of excellent academic merit along with an excellent student record and positive and respectful involvement in Institutional activities to the top student on the Academic Merit List.
The aim of the grant is to support and encourage the study of Fashion in order to build the capacity of fashion lectures within the Institution and subsequently empowering the youth of South Africa. Grant applications are reviewed once a year by the VFI Examination Committee
The Villioti Fashion Institute’s Scholarship Programme awards Bachelor of Fashion qualification scholarships from the 2nd year of study to registered students who have achieved academic excellence.
The Villioti Fashion Institute is pleased to award scholarships to support outstanding candidates according to their academic profile and the institutions belief in their extraordinary potential.
The following rules apply to the issuing of scholarships:
• Scholarships are awarded at the Organisations discretion to entice extraordinary potential.
• Students may only apply for a Bachelor of Fashion qualification scholarship
• Scholarships are only awarded in a student’s 2nd year of study.
• Scholarships are only open to South African citizen students.
• If applicants are not awarded the scholarship applied for, they cannot apply for another scholarship through the Institute.
• Scholarships do not cover living costs, equipment, consumables, accommodation, flight tickets, health insurance and further expenses.
• All applications will be reviewed by the Examination Committee.
• The Committee will select the best applicants for interview.
• Applicants will receive in writing the results of their application.
• These interviews will take place in January of each academic year.
• The final results for the full scholarship will be released by the end of January of each academic year preceding the start of the academic calendar.
Please contact the Institution for any further assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org.