Buffalo City TVET College was established in 2002, as a result of the merger of three colleges situated in the Greater East London area i.e. East London College and its St Marks Campus, Border Technical College and John Knox Bokwe Careers College in Mdantsane.
Soon after the merger, the Council closed the Border Technical College premises and absorbed its Business Studies programmes into East London Campus and its Engineering Division into St Marks Campus. John Knox Bokwe Campus continued to offer both Business and Engineering Studies Report 191 programmes.
Our business is the provision of Vocational Education and Training. Students studying at BCC gain practical and theory career directed skills. This is to prepare them for the world of work or further education and training at Universities. In the provision of Technical Vocational Education and Training BCC does not compromise on quality, compliance and good governance.
A leading Innovative Technical, Vocational Education and Training Institution.
To provide quality vocational education and occupational training to reduce the lack of skills, unemployment, poverty and inequality in the Eastern Cape and South Africa.