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Apply for Sasol Inzalo Foundation expands bursary programme

Johannesburg, South Africa – Sasol Inzalo Foundation (SalF) has expanded its bursary programme to reach a broader pool of learners.

Established in 2008, the foundation’s mandate is to enable access to tertiary education opportunities for learners from low income households in South Africa and to assist in alleviating bottlenecks in the country’s schooling system. SalF is also involved in boosting the pool of vocational skills through its one-of-a-kind technical schools programme.

In the past, the SalF bursary programme only catered for learners interested in studying towards a bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related fields. This has now been revised. Owing to the pressing need to improve access to tertiary education for young learners, the Foundation has expanded its offering to include learners who want to study towards a Bachelor of Technology (BTech) or a National Diploma (NDip) qualification in the various fields of Engineering and Science.

In addition to covering the cost of fees, study materials and an allowance, the SalF bursary programme also provides psycho-social and academic support to beneficiaries.  This is to enable learners to successfully complete their academic programmes.

Since inception, the foundation has provided bursaries to more than 1 000 young people, mostly from township and rural areas, with many being women.  Among them are master’s and doctoral graduates who are shaping industries and assisting to improve the quality of education in South Africa.

How to apply: Send a message with the keyword ‘Inzalo’ on our Facebook page fb.me/SasolSACareers and follow the prompts (standard data rates apply) or SMS ‘Inzalo’ to 33162 (R29 airtime required to complete the process).

Alternatively, contact the call centre on 0860 106 235 for more information about the bursary and how to apply.

 

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Funza Lushaka Bursary Program 2018 – 2019

About the Funza Lushaka Bursary

The Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme is a national programme headed by the Department of Basic Education, funded by the National Treasury and administered by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme

There is no doubt that a solid education is an answer to many of our country’s problems, and as such, the government runs this scheme in order to make it easier for interested individuals to become teachers to help shape our youth.

The bursary is valid for one year at a time, successful bursary holders must re-apply each year if they wish to cover the entire duration of their studies.

Fields of Study

The Funza Lushaka Bursaries are awarded to full-time, part-time and distance education students who have been accepted to higher education institutions for the following degree types:

  • Bachelor of Education (BEd)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

Priority Area Subjects

Foundation Phase (Gr R-3, ages 5-9):

  • Foundation phase specialization

Intermediate Phase (Gr 4-6; ages 10-12):

  • African Language
  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Sciences
  • Technology

Senior Phase (Gr 7-9; ages 13-15):

  • African Languages
  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Sciences
  • Technology

FET Phase (Gr 10-12; ages 16-18):

  • Accounting
  • African Languages
  • Agricultural Science
  • Agricultural Technology
  • Civil Technology
  • Computer Applications Technology
  • Economics
  • Electrical Technology
  • Engineering Graphics and Design
  • English Language
  • Geography
  • Information Technology
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematical Literacy
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Physical Science

Requirements for Application for the Funza Lushaka Bursary

Applicants for the Funza Lushaka Bursary must meet the following basic requirements in order to be considered:

  • Must be a South African citizen with a valid ID
  • Must have already been accepted to an appropriate field of study at a recognized higher education institution
  • Must be committed to and enthusiastic about a professional teaching career with interests that include working with young people, readiness to face and overcome challenges
  • Must have personal integrity

Academic Criteria

For individuals applying for the first time for a university

  • Completion of matric with an exemption, endorsement or admission to a Bachelor Degree study
  • Level 4 pass / 60% (SG) or 50% (HG) for a matric subject which leads to the priority area
  • For those who wish to specialize in the foundation level:
    • A passing grade in Mathematics/Mathematics Literacy (if the individual matriculated before 2008 when Maths was not compulsory, an overall good performance—average of 50%—may still be considered)
    • Level 4 pass / 60% (SG) or 50% (HG) in home language
  • For those who wish to specialize in technology subjects but did not take those subjects at a matric level, a pass in Maths or Math Literacy is needed

For individuals who are already at university or enrolling for PGCE:

  • A passing grade for all modules studies in the last year of study at university
  • Minimum of 55% average across all modules studied in the last year

 

NSFAS Bursary 2017 – 2018

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) provides loans and gives various NSFAS bursaries to students at all 25 of our public universities, as well as the 50 public FET (Further Education Training) colleges. Instead of having to repay the monetary value as with loans, bursars who apply for a NSFAS bursary will enter into a contract to work in a specific sector in South Africa for a specified amount of time after their graduation.

NSFAS has been highly successful in helping to educate the youth; available funding has grown from R441 million in 1999 to a whopping R8.5 billion in 2013.

NSFAS Bursary Requirements for Application

The following basic requirements must be met in order to apply for any of the NSFAS bursaries; applicants must:

  • Be South African citizens
  • Comply with the entry requirements set by the universities of their choice / have proof of registration or acceptance to said university

Once successfully awarded the bursary, students must pass all courses and complete the qualification within the minimum time frame prescribed by the particular university to avoid the risk of having to repay the bursary amount.

In some cases, bursars may be required to report their particular NSFAS bursary exam results in order to continue to receive funding.

All applications will require certified copies of the following:

  • ID document
  • Grade 12 results
  • Parent/guardian’s ID and employment documents (salary slips/pensions slips if applicable/affidavit if unemployed)
  • Proof of university acceptance/registration

NSFAS Bursary Package

Unless otherwise stated, the bursary fund will allow for a portion of, if not all of, the following study-related costs:

  • Tuition
  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Travel
  • Prescribed books/study material

The amounts prescribed for the above-mentioned costs will be dependent on the outcome of the NSFAS Means Test. This test assesses to what extent the student’s family can contribute – mainly through determining the gross annual family income. Students can qualify for varying amounts up to the maximum of R60 000 per year.

Contact Details
Tel: 0800 87 22 22

5. Bursary for Students with Disabilities

This bursary program, conducted through the Department of Higher Education and Training, is applicable to disabled students who wish to study in all fields, as long as they are accredited higher and further education and training programs. Candidates must also be academically able and financially needy (as determined by the NSFAS Means Test or at the discretion of the Disability Support Unit).

In terms of defining a disability, it is regarded as a long-term impairment (has lasted or is likely to persist for at least 12 months) that is recurring and substantially limiting. For this program, chronic diseases are also included as a disability; these include HIV/AIDS, diabetes, asthma, cancer and tuberculosis (TB).

The NSFAS bursary also covers the costs of an assistive device or human support that the student needs in order to improve their quality of life.

Zambia Scholarship Fund Bursaries 2018-2019

About the Zambia Scholarship Fund

In 1998, Peggy Rogers lay down the ground work for the Zambia scholarship fund, as she saw the need that was and still is present within Zambia for education. Primarily the fund aided high school students to complete their high school career and to then study further as teachers. Thus, supplying greatly needed teachers to rural areas. This program began with funding of only ten students, however as the funding grew so did the possibilities.

The Zambia Scholarship/Bursary program has provided more than a thousand ton of books to school throughout Zambia, shipped from the USA. Additionally, it has also funded more than a 1000 students over the course of the last ten years, these included high school and college students.

The ZSF provides aid on all levels of education, working together with the current educational structure in Zambia. The main aim of this fund is to encourage students to become productive members, to be able to provide for their families. They build students optimism, confidence, enthusiasm, dignity and motivation to go from uneducated to become educated.

Libraries and textbooks are some of the things that have not really been heard of within Zambia schools. Thus, many children are only taught what the teacher can remember from their schooling days. The ZSF recovers textbooks that are being shipped to US landfills and redistributes it to the schools in Zambia.

Most students are eager and willing to sit on the floor, while listening to the teacher, just to learn something. There is no need for constructing schools, as there seem to be sufficient schools already in most areas, yet there is a great need for other assistance. The fund also aids with teacher’s kits, consisting of reading aids, paper, chalk and more. Additionally, they are also delivering desks, chairs, and maps to schools in Zambia, with a couple of computers to high schools.

The Zambia scholarship fund aims to help talented candidates reach their full potential. It aims to build students skills and knowledge in such a way that they can rebuild their nation and support themselves.

Zambia Scholarship Fund Bursaries Available for 2018-2019

Originally the ZSF only provided assistance for candidates willing to become teachers within rural areas of Zambia. They still have a great need for qualified teachers, yet they are now also introducing more fields for candidates to fulfill all scarce fields within Zambia.

With their newest program the ZSF is now introducing, are micro-loans to candidates within other fields. These loans are granted to entrepreneurial candidates whom are interested in starting their own companies. These are most likely to be within the northern area of Zambia where the needs are greatest.

Some of the available fields are as follow:

  • Lotion and Soap manufacturing
  • Chicken Raising
  • Bees Raising
  • Computer skills Classes
  • Cooking with Herbs
  • Clothes Making / Seamstress
  • Growing Herbs
  • Wood Working
  • Growing Corn / Farming
  • Delivery Services
  • Steelwork / Welding
  • Restaurant
  • Fish Raising
  • Auto Mechanic

Zambia Scholarship Fund Bursary Requirements

This fund provides education to one of the poorest countries known to the world. Their main funding goes into educating teachers to work within rural areas of Zambia.

Candidates must adhere to the following to qualify:

  • Must be full-time primary school students
  • Must be eager to learn
  • Must be Zambian citizen
  • Must attend a Zambian high school

Candidates who are supported through high school and 2 years of college, to successfully gain their teachers qualification must be prepared to be placed within a primary school in a rural area. These teachers do receive a monthly salary from the fund.

Zambia Scholarship Fund Bursary Application

Zambia Scholarship Fund bursaries online applications are not available. Candidates who are interested to apply, may do so by collecting an application form from the offices of ZSF, located in Kasama, Zambia. This is applicable to the applications for high school funding, as well as the micro loans.

For more information on their funding or to offer assistance, you can visit the Zambia Scholarship Fund Page. Individuals can also send an inquiry to their postal address, P.O. Box 410212, Kasama, Zambia.

Closing Date 

Due to the nature of the ZSF, there are no specified closing dates. It is however recommended that primary students apply for a high school bursary before they complete primary school.

SA Military Bursaries Program 2018-2019

About the SA Military Bursary Program

The SA Military is a proud members of BBBEE and aim at improving the lives of all members and their families. They have delivered exceptional services for more than fifty-five years and aim in continuing to do so. For their SA Military Bursaries (Veterans Bursaries) they seek talented individuals who show great integrity, innovation, loyalty and commitment for their bursary program.

The SA Military / Army Foundation was brought to light in 1956. They are known as the chosen contractor to deliver services, authorised products, and benefits to all departments of the national defense force of South Africa. These are all the services which are not provided by the state. This company is a non-profit organization. It delivers a variety of services and product including life insurance, luxury lifestyle products, and products or services that improve education and housing.

Most of their services are in benefit of members of the Department of Defense and the SADF. They focus mainly on members from the SA Air Force, SA Army, SA Military Health Services and the SA Navy.

SA Military Bursaries Available for 2018

The SA Military offers successful candidates a wide field of study options. Candidates who are interested in any of the fields mentioned below and who meet all set regulations may apply. Most of their bursaries will go towards completion of a national diploma or bachelor’s degree. These fields range from academic to technical.

Fields of study may include the following and more:

  • Command
  • Control
  • Engineering
  • Support
  • Materials
  • Fire-fighting

SA Military Bursary Requirements

Candidates interested in applying for a bursary provided by the SA Military must adhere to all stipulations as set out by the department. It is preferred for candidates between the ages of 18 and 22 to apply.

Basic requirements candidates should have are:

  • Candidates must be South African citizens
  • Candidates must have completed their Grade 12 / Matric year
  • Candidates must have a valid ID document
  • Candidates must be willing to relocate or travel if required
  • Candidates must be single
  • Candidates must be in need of financial assistance
  • Candidates may not hold any kind of criminal record
  • Proof of acceptance at University of Institute of Higher Learning

Additional criteria for applicants will depend on the bursary available:

  • One parent must be a member of the foundation and employed by SANDF
  • Total income of household must not be more than R15000
  • Candidates must be completing their Grade 12 / Matric year of school or have just completed this year of schooling, or be in their first year of study
  • Candidates must be medically fit

Bursaries for Mechanical Engineering available in 2018-2019

 

 

 

 

Here are the most common study fields if considering a career in Mechanical Engineering:

  • Civil Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Instrumentation / Control Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer

You may also look at the following fields:

We Think Code_ Bursaries 2018-2019 Bursaries for Software Engineering

About the WeThinkCode Bursary/Bootcamp

The WeThinkCode_  Bursary & Bootcamp trains world-class software engineers at its campus in Johannesburg CBD.

The WeThinkCode Bursary is tuition free, sponsored by South Africa’s top companies, including BBD, FNB, Derivco, Dimension Data, Telkom and IQ Business. We deliver the School 42 curriculum, considered today as one of the world’s best software engineering schools.

During two years, you will learn front-end and back-end programming in a peer-to-peer, problem solving learning environment. Our corporate sponsors will offer you a 4-month paid internship after one year and a job once you have successfully completed the course.

To apply, you don’t need any prior requirements. Only the resilience, passion and problem solving mindset to solve our online logic games.

Do you have what it takes?

What Expenses Are Covered by the WeThinkCode Bursary?

For WeThinkCode_ students this course is 100% free. Your Tuition is paid by Corporate sponsors and you will also get a stipend every month worth of R2000 to cover for transport and food.  In exchange you will complete two (paid) 4 month internships with them during the course of your studies. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be required to work back the value of your sponsorship (typically 1-2 years) with your sponsor.

Criteria

Anyone between 17 and 35 can apply for the WeThinkCode academy. The campus is in Johannesburg and you will need to attend there. You will also need to be eligible to work and study in South Africa

How To Apply for the WeThinkCode_ Bursary/Bootcamp?

Apply now online at www.wethinkcode.co.za.

If you are successful at our tests online, you will be invited to take part in our selection Bootcamp early 2017.

SANDF Bursary 2018-2019 The South African National Defence Force

About the SAND Bursary

SANDF  stands for the South Afican National Defence Force and consists of the SA army, SA Navy, SA Air Force and the SAMHS. Each year they have an Education Trust bursar for students who are eligible to apply for this bursary. You are eligible to apply for the SANDF bursary if you are/were dependent on a former SANDF member who died or has become severely injured. This bursary is on a year to year base and each year you have to apply again also if you already had this bursary the former year.

The SANDF Bursary 2018-2019

This is a year to year bursary. This Bursar is intended for Primary and Secondary school learners and Tertiary learners. This Bursary is not intended for pre-school attendance, they have a separate fund for that which you can check out. The board of the Education trust will decide what the minimum and maximum amounts are for the Bursary each year. This amount may also vary each year.

Requirements for the SANDF Bursary 2018-2019

This Bursary is not ment for everyone. You can only apply if you fulfill the following requirements:

  • You have to be a Dependent on a SANDF veteran who got severely injured or got killed on duty with an active duty after 1994 27 april.
  • You have to be dependent on a Civilian member of the department of defence whilst they were serving during a SANDF operation, who got severely injured or killed on duty after 1994-27 april
  • The same accounts if you are a dependent of a Civilian of the Republic of South Africa who got severely injured or killed during an operation of SANDF taking into account that they were not fighting SANDF. (also after 27 april 1994)
  • The education trust will take your income into account if you really need this bursary
  • You will need a good academic record to prove you are dedicated to study.
  • A minimum score of 22 on your APS for tertiary first year students
  • Senior students (second year and on) need to have passed 60% of the modules they were enrolled in.

How to Apply For SANDF Bursaries?

You can download the SANDf bursary forms from the SANDF website. You have to file all the questions they ask and send the required documents with your application.

Things to send with the application:

  • A Certified copy of your ID or Birth certificate. If your ID is not available you can send your birth certificate but you don’t need to send both.
  • Certified copies of the ID’s or Birth certificates of your other household members
  • Matric certificate if you are a first year student
  • Matric certificate accompanied with your Academic grades (tertiary students)
  • You will need a proof of registration of the tertiary institution where you are listed to study.
  • You will need a quote of this institution with all the academic fees of this institution.
  • Proof of income from your household. Proof of all types of income need to be send with the application of all household members. If they are unemployed or pensioned you also need to send proof of that.
  • If one of the household members is receiving a Government Pension/Child grant, you will need to send bank statement copies of the last 3 months

Where to send your application?

You can either send the application by email of send it to their postal address.

Email: sandfedutrust@gmail.com

Postal Address: Board of Trustees, SANDF Education Trust Private Bag X161 Pretoria, 0001

For Enquiries:  Col M.E. Van Wyk Tel 012-355 5107 or Fax 012-355 5882

Closing Date of the SANDF Bursary

Make sure to send your applications in on time. This Bursary closes every year at 15 JANUARY 2018

Universities In South Africa With Application Information

EASTERN CAPE

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Phone T: 041 504 1111
Web Address: www.nmmu.ac.za
Application Information

Rhodes University
Phone T: 046 603 8148
Web Address: www.ru.ac.za
Application Information

University of Fort Hare
Phone T: 040 653 2312
Web Address: www.ufh.ac.za
Application Information

Walter Sisulu University of Technology
Phone T: 047 502 2200
Web Address: www.wsu.ac.za
Application Information

FREE STATE

Central University of Technology
Phone T: 051 507 3911
Web Address: www.cut.ac.za
Application Information

University of the Free State
Phone T: 051 401 2114
Web Address: www.ufs.ac.za
Application Information

GAUTENG

University of Pretoria
Phone T: 012 420 4111
Web Address: www.up.ac.za
Application Information

University of South Africa
Phone T: 012 429 3111
Web Address: www.unisa.ac.za
Application Information

Tshwane University of Technology
Phone T: 012 382 5911
Web Address: www.tut.ac.za
Application Information

University of the Witwatersrand
Phone T: 011 717 1102
Web Address: www.wits.ac.za
Application Information

Vaal University of Technology
Phone T: 016 950 9214/5
Web Address: www.vut.ac.za
Application Information

University of Johannesburg
Phone T: 011 489 3000
Web Address: www.uj.ac.za
Application Information 

KWAZULU-NATAL

Durban Institute of Technology
Phone T: 031 373 2411
Web Address: www.dut.ac.za
Application Information

University of KwaZulu Natal
Phone T: 031 2602227
Web Address: www.ukzn.ac.za
Application Information

Mangosuthu University of Technology
Phone T: 031 260 2212
Web Address: www.mut.ac.za
Application Information

University of Zululand
Phone T: 035 902 6624
Web Address: www.uzulu.ac.za
Application Information

LIMPOPO

University of Limpopo
Phone T: 015 268 2140
Web Address: www.ul.ac.za
Application Information

University of Venda
Phone T: 015 962 8000
Web Address: www.univen.ac.za
Application Information

NORTH WEST

North West University
Phone T: +27 18 299-4897
Fax +27 18 299-4910
Web Address: www.nwu.ac.za
Application Information

WESTERN CAPE

University of Stellenbosch
Phone T: 021 808 4654/2721
Web Address: www.sun.ac.za
Application Information

University of Cape Town
Phone T: 021 650 2105/6
Web Address: www.uct.ac.za
Application Information

University of the Western Cape
Phone T: 021 959 2911
Web Address: www.uwc.ac.za
Application Information

List of All Bursaries in South Africa 2018 – 2019

 

Are you looking for a way to finance your studies? Bursaries in South Africa are the best way to achieve your education goals and finance your studies. South Africa has to offer many Bursaries to help you achieve an education. We have made a list of Bursaries in South Africa. Find the best Bursaries for 2018 and Bursaries for 2018 by taking a look at the list below.

How to Find a Bursary in South Africa to Finance Your Study?

There is no limit for how many Bursaries you can apply so it is best practice to apply for as many as possible that suit your interest and for which you fulfill the requirements. You can either go through this entire list to find a Bursary, or you can select a category to get a better result for what bursaries you can apply for. Remember that for most Bursaries you first have to be approved at your University for your study. After you have been approved you can try to find a way to finance your studies and a Bursary is a very good way to do that.

List of Latest Bursaries 2018 – Bursaries 2019

We get many questions when the Bursaries for 2018 will be open. This depends on the company and the best way is to check the links to the companies website to see if it is already open. We also try to add closing dates which can be found on the homepage.

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SANDF Bursary 2018-2019 The South African National Defence Force
We Think Code_ Bursaries 2018-2019 Bursaries for Software Engineering
Inscape Bursaries 2018-2019 for Disadvantaged Learners
NMISA Bursaries 2018-2019 Bursaries for Technology, Engineering & Science
General Bursaries 2018-2019 South Africa: Bursaries Everybody Can Apply For!
TISO Foundation Bursaries 2018-2019: Bursaries for Disadvantaged Youth
AAUW Bursaries & Scholarships 2018-2019 in South Africa
Oxford Graduate Scholarships Bursaries 2018-2019
Sun International Bursaries 2018-2019 in South Africa
SACEMA Bursary Program 2018-2019 SACEMA Bursaries SA
Netcare Bursaries Programme 2018-2019 in South Africa
David Morrison Bursary Application For 2018-2019
BestMed Bursaries Application for 2018-2019 For Nursing
Dell Young Leaders Bursaries Application For 2018 – 2019
SA Military Bursaries Program 2018-2019
MultiChoice Bursaries 2018 – 2019 Bursaries in South Africa
Mayoral Bursary Fund 2018 – 2019
Kantey & Templer Bursaries 2018 – 2019
HAW & INGLIS Civil Engineering Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Great North Transport Bursaries 2018 – 2019
GIBB Bursary Program 2018 – 2019 Latest Bursaries SA
Denel Dynamics Bursary Program 2018 – 2019 Bursaries SA
AfriSam Bursary Program 2018 – 2019 Apply Now For Afrisam Bursaries
Department of Finance Bursaries 2018-2019 Latest Governmental Bursaries
KwaZulu Natal Health Bursaries 2018-2019
Mercedes Bursaries 2018-2019 Application
Palabora Copper Bursaries 2018-2019
SAMA Bursaries Application 2018-2019 | Latest Bursaries South Africa
SANSA Bursary Program Application for 2018-2019 Bursaries SA
SAPS Bursaries (South African Police Services) 2018-2019 Bursaries South Africa
Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo SNG Bursary Program 2018-2019 South Africa
Zambia Scholarship Fund Bursaries 2018-2019
Petra Diamonds Bursary program 2018-2019 Latest Bursaries in SA
Department of Transport Bursaries for 2018-2019
The National Skills Fund Bursaries 2018-2019
Department of Social Development Bursaries 2018-2019
National Youth Development Agency Bursaries 2018-2019
South African Breweries SAB Bursary 2018-2019
WBHO Bursary Program 2018-2019
Department of Higher Education Bursary 2018-2019
SAPPI Bursaries 2018-2019 The SAPPI Bursary Program
Stefanutti Stocks Bursaries 2018-2019
Unilever Bursaries for 2018-2019
SARS Bursary 2018-2019
Water Affairs Bursaries 2018-2019
Department of Education Bursaries 2018 -2019
BMW Bursaries 2018 – 2019
NSFAS Bursaries 
Department of Public Works Bursary 2018 – 2019
Lonmin Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Shoprite Bursary 2018 – 2019 With Online Application Forms
MTN Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Kumba Iron Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Ekurhuleni Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Coca Cola Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Study Trust Bursary Program 2018 – 2019
Anglo American Coal Bursaries 2018 -2019
Vodacom Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Glencore XSTRATA Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Volkswagen Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Telkom Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Siemens Bursaries 2018 – 2019
KPMG Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Nedbank Bursaries Program 2018 – 2019
Harmony Gold Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Fidelity Fund Bursary Program 2018 – 2019
British American Tobacco Bursaries Programme 2018 – 2019
CETA Bursaries Programme 2018 – 2019
Fulbright Scholarship & Bursary Program 2018 – 2019
Aurecon Bursaries Program 2018 – 2019 For Engineering
Gold Fields Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Murray & Roberts Bursaries 2018 – 2019
The Rhodes Trust Scholarship / Bursaries 2018 – 2019
HESA Commonwealth Scholarship/ Bursaries 2017 – 2018
First Rand Laurie Dippenaar Scholarship 2018 – 2019
Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries Bursaries 2018 – 2019
BBD Bursaries 2018 – 2019
First National Bank Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Bursaries for Engineering 2018-2019
Ernest & Young Bursaries 2018 – 2019
SAIRR Bursaries 2018 – 2019
ISASA Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Department of Health Bursaries 2018 – 2019
National Treasury Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Allan Gray Bursaries 2018 – 2019
ABSA Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Department of Correctional Services Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Stanlib Bursaries 2018 -2019
Old Mutual Bursaries 2018 – 2019
CSIR Bursaries (2018 – 2019)
Investec Bursary 2018 – 2019
Thuthuka Bursary Fund 2018 – 2019
Funza Lushaka Bursary Program 2018 – 2019
NSFAS Bursary 2017 – 2018
Sasol Bursaries 2018 – 2019
SPOORNET (Transnet Freight Rail) Bursaries 2018 – 2019
HCI Foundation Bursaries 2018 – 2019
MINTEK Bursaries 2017 – 2018
PWC (Price Waterhouse Coopers) Bursaries 2017 – 2018
Merseta Bursary: How to Apply for 2018 – 2019
Bhp Billiton Bursaries 2018 – 2019
SAICA Thuthuka Bursaries 2018 -2019
De Beers Bursaries 2018 – 2019
Anglo Platinum Ltd Bursaries 2018 -2019
Exxaro Bursaries (2018 -2019)
Eskom Bursaries (2018 – 2019)

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