VTI - International Mobility
Full-Time Standard international student fees 2020-2021
ENROLMENT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (ACADEMIC YEAR 2020/2021 ))
INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS
(a)Before filling the Application Form applicants are advised to read carefully the 'Regulations and 'Information on Programmes' available on the vti website: www.vtimauritius.com
(b) Applications are invited for Full-Time Programmes to be offered in the academic year 2020/2021 . The list of programmes offered is also available on the vti website.
(c)Qualifications obtained after the closing date will not be considered.
2.HOW TO APPLY
Application for admission will be open and on request prior to admission notice and all procedures and instructions indicated should be carefully followed.
3. SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
The duly completed Application Form together with copies of birth and educational certificates and proof of payment of Application Fee of 150 US Dollars, exclusive of bank charges, should be submitted online only as per instructions in the application form. Married women should also submit a scanned copy of their marriage certificate. Incomplete application will not be considered.
The Application Fee of 150 US Dollars, exclusive of bank charges, must be paid:
Bank Detail :For Bank Draft/Swift transfer/remittance - Payment details made to MUR Account as follows
VOCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE [VTI]
Mauritius Commercial Bank
John Kennedy avenue, Vacoas, Mauritius
PS: Your Full Name has to be mentioned with accompanying payment.
4. GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
(i) up to a pass in English Language at Cambridge School Certificate/ 'O' Level
(ii) Qualifications awarded
by other institutions, which have
been approved as satisfying the minimum requirements for
(iii) The French Baccalauréat.
(v) The IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate awarded by the
International Baccalaureate Organisation, Switzerland.
5. MEDIUM OF TEACHING
The medium of teaching is English, but some programmes have a few modules taught in French.
The institute reserves the right to review fees for any given academic year prior to the beginning of such academic year. By accepting a seat at the institute , the student undertakes to pay all such fees as and when claimed and include annual examination registration and examination fee and course materials if any .
Level 2 Diploma In Engineering – Electrical And Electronic Tech *
Level 3 Diploma In Engineering – Electrical And Electronic *
1 ½ Years
1 ½ Years
[a] Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Principles (4290 12/17)*With electric and electronic & Engine Management
Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles(4290-13)*
Level 4 NC4 Automotive mechanics and electronics OR electrical installation works
30000 x 2
A] CTH Level 2 Award in Restaurant & Bar Service –
B] . CTH Level 2 Award in Housekeeping
C] CTH Level 2 Award in Front Office
D]. CTH Level 2 Award in Hospitality Practice
All fees are payable in Equivalent mauritian money
The institute is non-residential. International students are assisted in finding a suitable lodging in the vicinity of the campus. Students would need about a minimum of 10,000 Mauritian Rupees monthly for accommodation and living expenses.
International students securing a seat at the institute will be required to produce a medical certificate issued by any private Laboratory/Clinic/Hospital in Mauritius attesting that they are not suffering from any contagious or infectious disease and they may be asked to undergo a medical check-up, at the students' own cost, in Mauritius.
9. VISA & RESIDENCE PERMIT
The institute will submit applications for entry visa and residence permits for international students who are offered admission on any programme at the institute .
Documents to be submitted:
(i)“Application form to Enter Mauritius” to be filled in and signed by the applicant.
(ii)Two recent passport size photographs of the applicant.
(iii)Photocopy of five first pages of passport (including page bearing photograph and date of issue).
(iv)Original Bank Statement bearing the signature of the Bank Officer and the seal of Bank.
(v)A medical certificate attesting that the applicant is not suffering from any contagious or infectious disease.
The institute does not take the responsibility of prospective students' families.
10. FURTHER INFORMATION
10.1Candidates are normally notified of the outcome of their applications within one month after the closing date of applications.
10.2Prospective applicants are informed that the institute reserves the right not to run any one of the programmes should there be an insufficient number of students registered for it.
10.3 Upon receipt of Letter of Offer and acceptance of same, foreign candidates will have to provide evidence of payment of full fees from their bank (including full name, the amount credited to Vocational Training Institute ltd account and the date) by emailing us a scanned copy of same on firstname.lastname@example.org . Please note that only upon payment that candidates will be issued their student visa for entry in Mauritius. However, if the candidate does not obtain a visa from the Passport and Immigration Office (PIO), he/she will be refunded total fees paid excluding application and registration fee .
10.4 A student who does not pay all fees and charges as required shall be suspended from the institute and may only be re-admitted with the permission of the manager of the centre and on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed.
10.5 Certificates of Graduates will be withheld as long as the graduates have not cleared all their liabilities towards the institute .
Note:The institute reserves the right to amend the Programme Structures and individual modules, as well as the offer of modules during the duration of a course at any time with reasonable notice, by letters circulated through the Programme Coordinator and email to students concerned at least one month prior to the implementation of the amendment(s) made.
09 October 2019
International Recognition and employment mobility with qualifications at vti
DUBLIN ACCORD SIGNATORIES
Engineering Technician Level(EngTech)
[a qualification, approved by a licensed professional engineering institution, in engineering or construction set at level 5 (or above) in the Qualifications and Credit Framework/National Qualifications Framework for England and Northern Ireland or equivalent qualifications approved by a licensed professional engineering institution.
SIGNATORIES HAVE FULL RIGHTS OF PARTICIPATION IN THE ACCORD
Qualifications accredited or recognized by other signatories are recognised by each signatory as being substantially equivalent to accredited or recognised qualifications within its own jurisdiction.
Australia - Represented by Engineers Australia (EA) (2013)
Canada - Represented by Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) (2002)
Ireland - Represented by Engineers Ireland (EI) (2002)
New Zealand - Represented by Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) (2013)
Korea - Represented by Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea (ABEEK) (2013)
South Africa - Represented by Engineering Council South Africa (ECSA) (2002)
United Kingdom - Represented by Engineering Council United Kingdom (ECUK) (2002)
United States - Represented by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) (2013)
PROVISIONAL SIGNATORIES ARE RECOGNISED AS HAVINGAPPROPRIATE SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES IN PLACE TO DEVELOP TOWARDS BECOMING A FULL SIGNATORY
Malaysia - Represented by Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM)
Sydney Accord 2001
Incorporated Engineers (IEng)
[a qualification, approved by a licensed professional engineering institution, in engineering or construction set at level 6 (or above) in the Qualifications and Credit Framework/National Qualifications Framework for England and Northern Ireland or equivalent qualifications approved by a licensed professional engineering institution.
Overview: Pioneered by the Engineering Council of the UK (ECUK) to complement the Washington Accord and signed in 2001, the Sidney Accord recognized the equivalency of degrees for engineering technologists or incorporated engineers in the signatory countries.
Signatories and Governance:
Signatories have full rights of participation in the Accord; qualifications accredited or recognised by other signatories are recognised by each signatory as being substantially equivalent to accredited or recognised qualifications within its own jurisdiction.
Australia - Represented by Engineers Australia (2001)
Canada - Represented by Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (2001)
Hong Kong China - Represented by The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (2001)
Ireland - Represented by Engineers Ireland (2001)
New Zealand - Represented by Institution of Professional Engineers NZ (2001)
South Africa - Represented by Engineering Council of South Africa (2001)
United Kingdom - Represented by Engineering Council UK (2001)
United States - Represented by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (2009)