Ngwane Teachers College (NTC) is situated in the Shiselweni region. The college is about 3km south of Nhlangano town. The college was established in 1982 as a government institution under the ministry of Education.
The construction of the college emanated from the findings of an education commission which was set up by the government in 1976. The recommendations of the commission included the construction of a teachers’ college which would have diversified programmes that would include practical subjects such as Agriculture, Art and Crafts, Music, and Home Economics.
The construction of the college was sponsored by the European Union (EU) and was officially opened on 30th September 1983 by Prince Bhekimpi Dlamini who was Prime Minister then.
The EU also provided funds for staff development. Some lecturers were sent to the United Kingdom for further training. Kellogg foundation also helped with funds for the upgrading of lectures’ qualifications. Experts were also sent from the United States to come and help with the development of the college curriculum. This led to the introduction of an exchange programme between NTC and Ohio College. The Ohio College used to send students to learn and have experience of the culture and set up of ESwatini. In return the college sent lecturers to Ohio College to study for Masters Degrees.
The Primary Teachers Certificate (PTC) was phased out in 1987. From 1989 to date the college is offering a three year Primary Teachers Diploma (PTD) programme. About 90% of the students in the college are sponsored by the ESwatini Government. Students are awarded scholarships by the ESwatini government which cover: tuition, boarding and lodging, book allowance as well as personal allowance and teaching practice.
Dr. Mahlalela has worked in all the levels of the country’s educational system for 41 years now. He holds the following qualifications:
I warmly welcome you to the Ngwane Teachers’ College (NTC), Nhlangano, Eswatini. Established in 1982 as a Government Institution under the Ministry of Education and Training, the College has grown from strength to strength. From an initial handful of students, the College now has a student population of 1,100 from the PTD and ECCD Programme.
We at Ngwane Teachers College recognise the fact that, the quality of a country’s human capital is critical to its development, social cohesion and global competitiveness. Therefore, the College presents an environment for teaching, research and learning in Teacher Education for the human resource development of the Kingdom of Eswatini and the whole of the African continent and offers service to the community.
The Ngwane Teachers’ College is opened to all people and positioned to attract scholars, educationist from Eswatini, Africa and indeed, the international community. You are, therefore, warmly welcome with the typical Eswatini hospitality to do business with us as either a student, faculty member or a partner
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A.M Mahlalela (PhD)
The Principal works with a remarkable Administration Team
PhD in Curriculum & Instruction (UNIZULU)
MEd in Educational Administration & Management (UNISWA)
B.Ed. Primary (UNISWA)
Primary Teacher’s Diploma (William Pitcher College)
Master’s degree in Library Studies (Magister Bibliotheca-M.Bibl)
Advanced Diploma in Marketing,Advertising and Public Relations
Bachelor degree in Library Studies
Diploma in Library Studies
Certificate in Library Studies
Certificate in Counselling in the Workplace – IDM
Certificate in Hotel and Catering- SCOT
Certificate in Management-IDM
Certificate in Food Safety and Hygiene Management-IDM
Occupational Health and Safety-SIMPA
Dean of student affairs
Master of Education (Curriculum and Teaching)
B.A. Humanities (UNISWA)
Ngwane Teachers’ College (NTC) is situated in the Shiselweni region. The college is about 3km south of Nhlangano town. The college was established in 1982 as a government institution under the ministry of Education
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