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Helderberg College academic calendar 2019/2020 – The Helderberg College calendar, registration dates, class start dates, add/drop deadlines, exam dates for 2019/2020 newly admitted (Freshers) and returning Undergraduate & Postgraduate students has been released.
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Helderberg College Academic Calendar 2019/2020
The management of the Helderberg College has released the official academic calendar for the 2019/2020 academic session.
Students are advised to follow up on the schedules for the resumption of the academic activities. Am sure by now you are done with online registration and you have reviewed the Helderberg College School Fees Structure 2019/2020.
The Authority of Helderberg College has approved the academic calendar for the 2019/2020 Academic session as follows:
Currently, the Helderberg College has not announced the official academic calendar. Therefore, this post will be updated when the official instigation date is released by appropriate authority. Hence, anticipating candidates are advised to check this page timely or check the official school website to ascertain the calendar release.
For information and inquiries, you can contact the Helderberg College by visiting the institution’s official website.
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