Bursaries Closing in August – Bursaries – South Africa

bursaries closing in august Bursaries Closing in August – Please note that the following bursaries will be closing within August . Below you will find a link to each bursary with further information such as: eligibility requirements, details on how to apply, application forms where available or details on how to obtain an application form, supporting documents required, closing dates and contact details of the bursary holder if you have any further queries. Please also find below the closing date of each bursary.

Available bursaries for

Available bursaries for – Bursaries are available for South African students all year round. This bursaries include both private an government sector companies helping to make students life easier. We have grouped the available bursaries for by bursary categories and by institutions. These means you can search for a bursary by its category or by the institution’s name. If you want available bursaries for as a law student, all you need to do is search the term “available bursaries for law “. In case you want bursary for law but from a particular school, you can search for the “available bursaries for e.g unisa” assuming you want to offer law at Unisa. We have bursaries available for accounting, law, economics, social work, health or medically related programs, vocational programs etc.

Online Bursaries South Africa bursaries –

There are several online bursaries in South Africa. These bursaries are classified according to school or category. For  a list of online bursaries in South Africa, see List of all Online bursaries in South Africa

Bursaries for Application forms. You can find a list of all – bursary application forms by using the form below;

Bursaries for application forms You can download the bursary application form, follow the instruction and then submit the forms for processing

Accounting Bursaries South Africa – bursaries –

Bursaries are available for accounting students who needs financial help to start or continue their accounting education. Accounting bursaries are very sort after and therefore students are advised to apply as early as possible For a list of accounting  bursaries – See List of accounting bursaries –

Government Bursaries South Africa bursaries –

The government of South Africa issues out several bursaries through its numerous  departments and organizations to ease the financial burden on students. If you need financial assistance, we have taken our time to compile several government bursaries – for interested parties. To start you bursary application, see a list of government bursaries – See List of Government Bursaries South Africa

Nursing Bursaries South Africa – Bursaries –

Nursing is one of the most important courses in South Africa unfortunately, it is a very expensive course. The good news is that there are several bursaries available for nursing and other health related health programs. To be successful in getting nursing bursary, you must apply early and follow or the instructions. To begin, start by looking all the nursing bursaries we have compiled. – See a list of nursing bursaries here

Bursaries Closing in August – Bursaries – South Africa Bursaries Closing in August – Please note that the following bursaries will be closing within August . Below you will find a link to each bursary with further information such as: eligibility requirements, details on how to apply, application forms where available or details on how… Read More »

The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers Union Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU) was established in September 1989, and today are the largest trade union for the textile, clothing, footwear and leather industry. SACTWU also manage the largest bursary fund in the trade union throughout the country. The bursary fund was initiated in 1975 and is awarded to members and their dependents

ABOUT THE BURSARY

The bursary award will pay 75% of fees (to a max of R35 000 per annum) for university students; students will be required to pick up the remainder of the costs. Please note that students who are child dependants will be required to conduct 50 hours of community service.  

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • You are a SACTWU member/ the spouse of a SACTWU member/ a biological child of a SACTWU member/ a legally adopted child of a SACTWU member,
  • The University/ University of Technology where you are studying is registered with the National Department of Education (you can find more info here),
  • Child dependants may NOT be employed full-time,
  • Members must be paid-up by 31 July (of the previous year).
 

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
SACTWU Bursary Application Form (pdf). Alternatively, you can download the latest application form from: www.sactwu.org.za/bursary The following documents must accompany the application form:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • 1 x colour photo (passport/ ID size),
  • Member’s ID document (certified copy),
  • Member’s latest payslip (certified copy),
  • Tertiary institution detailed statement of account for the current year of study (original/ certified copy),
  • Matric results certificate (certified copy),
  • Up to date academic record (certified copy),
  • If your parents surname is different from your own: an affidavit by the member (your parent) stating that they are your biological parent,
  • If the member is your legal guardian: death certificate of biological parents, members marriage certificate, member and their spouses ID’s, court order or confirmation of guardianship from the Department of Social Development,
  • If the member is your spouse: marriage certificate and spouse ID (certified copies),
  • If the member has been retrenched: an affidavit from them about their employment status,
  • Students that are studying part-tome or via correspondence: affidavit stating your employment/ unemployment status (and if employed, a recent payslip),
  • If you are a child dependent: complete and submit the Application form to join SaSU (pdf).
  The complete application form and supporting documents must then be submitted via one of the following methods: 1) Hand delivered: 3rd Floor James Bolton Hall 127 Magwaza Maphalala Street Durban 4001 2) Post: SACTWU Bursary Department P.O. Box 18359 Dalbridge 4014 For further information and bursary rules, please download and read the SACTWU Bursary Rules (pdf).

CLOSING DATE

Full year study and first semester: 28 February annually. Second semester: 8 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: Sactwu Bursary Department Tel: 031 301 1351 Fax: 031 305 1039 E-mail: bursaries@sactwu.org.za

The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers Union Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU) was established in September 1989, and today are the largest trade union for the textile, clothing, footwear and leather industry. SACTWU also manage the largest bursary fund in the trade union throughout the country.… Read More »

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Oasis Bursary South Africa

ABOUT THE BURSAR

Oasis Bursary South Africa : Oasis Group Holdings (Pty) Limited are an innovative investment management firm, providing wealth management solutions to their clients and specialising in fund administration and investment management. Oasis are offering bursary awards to bright young students whose career path falls within their line of business. Oasis Bursary South Africa

ABOUT THE BURSARY

Bursaries will be awarded to students pursuing the following qualifications (more detail can be found on the application form below):
  • BSc (specialising in: Actuarial Science, Finance, Economics, Information Systems, Computer Science, Marketing, Law, Organisational Psychology)
  • BSc (specialising in: Business Computing, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics)
  • BComm (specialising in: Economics, Finance, Accounting, Actuarial Science, Management Studies, Information Systems, Computer Science, Law, Statistics)
  • BEng (specialising in: Civil, Mechatronics)
  • BSc Honours (specialising in: Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, Materials Science, Property Studies, Geographical Information Systems)
  • Masters degree (specialising in: Property Studies, Architecture, Project Management)
  • Law degrees and diplomas
 

ELIGIBILITY – Oasis Bursary South Africa

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen,
  • Studying or intending on studying in one of the aforementioned fields of study.
 

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
Oasis Bursary Application Form (pdf). Alternatively, the latest application form can be downloaded from: http://www.oasis.co.za/ under the “Careers” and “Bursary” tab. The following documents must accompany the complete application form:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Colour photo (passport size) to be attached to the top right corner of the first page,
  • Full academic portfolio (from Grade 10 to present) (certified copy),
  • Matric results certificate, if completed Grade 12 (certified copy),
  • Acceptance letter to study at a recognised tertiary institution,
  • Tax invoice of tertiary fees (from the tertiary institution),
  • Medical certificate (for applicants that have any chronic illnesses or disabilities) (certified copy),
  • Proof of household income and dependants (certified copy),
  • Budget/ breakdown of monthly income & expenses,
  • 2 x testimonials (one from your school principal and one from a community leader),
  • Motivational letter explaining your working experience, leadership roles and why you should be awarded the bursary (to be written by the applicant – full page, typed and signed),
  • Optional: a recommendation letter by your parent/ guardian.
*If applicants are unable to submit a supporting document, they must provide an explanation as to why they cannot provide it. They must also state when the outstanding documents will be submitted. Complete application forms and supporting documents must be submitted in one of the following ways: 1) Post: The Bursary Officer Oasis Crescent Fund Trust P.O. Box 1217 Cape Town 8000 2) Hand-delivered: The Bursary Officer Oasis Crescent Fund Trust Oasis House 96 Upper Roodebloem Road University Estate Cape Town 7925 Oasis Crescent Fund Trust 4th Floor, West Office Tower Nelson Mandela Square Sandton Johannesburg 2146 Oasis Crescent Fund Trust Shop 49, The Ridge@Shallcross 90 Shallcross Road Chatsworth Durban 4134 3) Fax: 021 413 7909 4) Email: bursary@za.oasiscrescent.com

CLOSING DATE

28 August annually.

CONTACT – Oasis Bursary South Africa

For any bursary queries, please contact: Tel: 021 413 7860 (Cape Town) Tel: 011 263 7860 (Johannesburg) Tel: 031 409 0786 (Durban) Email: bursary@za.oasiscrescent.com

Oasis Bursary South Africa ABOUT THE BURSAR Oasis Bursary South Africa : Oasis Group Holdings (Pty) Limited are an innovative investment management firm, providing wealth management solutions to their clients and specialising in fund administration and investment management. Oasis are offering bursary awards to bright young students whose career path falls within their line of… Read More »

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HORTGRO Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

HORTGRO Bursary : At HORTGRO, the company focus is on research and technology, production, transformation and markets in the deciduous fruit industry. HORTGRO Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSARY

Bursaries will be awarded within the following fields of study:
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Biochemistry
  • Entomology and Nematology
  • Genetics
  • Horticulture
  • Microbiology
  • Plant Pathology
  • Research and Technical
  • Soil/ Water Science
The bursary will cover the following expenses: tuition fees (up to a limited amount), accommodation on tertiary campus and prescribed books (up to a limited amount).

ELIGIBILITY – HORTGRO Bursary

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen,
  • Studying (or intend on studying) in one of the aforementioned fields,
  • Studying (or registered to study) at a recognised tertiary institution in South Africa.

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
HORTGRO Bursary Application Form (pdf). Please include the following items in your application pack:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Matric certificate (certified copy) OR latest results if currently in Matric,
  • Latest academic results (on tertiary letterhead) if applicable,
  • Proof of registration (on tertiary letterhead),
  • Detailed breakdown of course costs, prescribed books and on campus residence/ accommodation,
  • Parents/ guardians proof of income ID documents (certified copies),
  • Parents/ guardians proof of income,
  • Motivational Letter (on application form),
  • Details of 2 contactable references (on application form).
  Complete application forms and supporting documentation must be submitted in one of the following ways: 1) Post: HORTGRO PO Box 163 Paarl 7620 2) Hand delivered: 258 Main Road Paarl 7646

CLOSING DATE

15 August annually. HORTGRO invests R2.5m in students Stellenbosch – HORTGRO has invested over R2.5m in bursaries and the development of students for . “Hopefully over time most of you will find your niche somewhere in our sector specifically, but also agriculture at large, where we know there are a lot of opportunities,” HORTGRO Executive Director Anton Rabe told the group of students at a cocktail event held at the South African Plant Improvement Organisation (SAPO) Trust in Stellenbosch. HORTGRO has spent more than R20 m on bursaries over the past ten years – as an investment in budding agriculturalists. According to Rabe 65 students had received financial support and were spread across institutions including the Elsenburg College of Agriculture, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, University of Limpopo, Pretoria University, and Stellenbosch University. The students, who were predominantly from previously disadvantaged groups, were given a tour of the SAPO Trust facilities followed by a motivational talk by HORTGRO Science Crop Production Programme Manager Prof Wiehann Steyn.

CONTACT – HORTGRO Bursary

For any bursary queries, please contact: HORTGRO Bursary Administrator Tel: 021 870 2900 Fax: 021 870 2915 Email: retha@hortgro.co.za

HORTGRO Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR HORTGRO Bursary : At HORTGRO, the company focus is on research and technology, production, transformation and markets in the deciduous fruit industry. ABOUT THE BURSARY Bursaries will be awarded within the following fields of study: Agricultural Economics Biochemistry Entomology and Nematology Genetics Horticulture Microbiology Plant Pathology Research and Technical Soil/… Read More »

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Royal HaskoningDHV Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

Established in 1922 in Johannesburg, Royal HaskoningDHV was previously known as “SSI Engineers and Environmental Consultants”, who later changed names as a result of a merger between Royal Haskoning and DHV in 2012.

ABOUT THE BURSARY

Bursaries will be awarded to students currently studying towards a BSc or B Eng qualification, in:
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
The bursary will cover tuition-related expenses up to a certain amount, determined annually.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen
  • Currently studying full-timee in one of the aforementioned fields (no bursaries will be awarded to first year students)
  • Proven financial need
  • Strong academic potential
  • Achieved a minimum average of 65%
  • Posses the following qualities: Brightness, Integrity, Team spirit and Excellence

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
Royal HaskoningDHV Bursary Application Form (pdf). The following items should accompany your application form:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Passport/ ID sized photo attached to the application form,
  • Matric certificate (certified copy),
  • Recent academic results from university/ if no exams were written, a progress report,
  • Proof of registration at university for the relevant course,
  • Proof of parents/ guardians income (payslips/ affidavit if unemployed/ death certificate if deceased).
Complete application forms and all supporting documents must be submitted in one of the following ways: 1) Hand delivered to the RHDHV office closest to you (http://www.rhdhv.co.za/pages/contact.php) 2) Posted to: RHDHV Bursary Applications Human Resource Department PO Box 867 Gallo Manor 2052

CLOSING DATE

15 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: Refilwe Kotsedi, Tel: 011 798 6403

Royal HaskoningDHV Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR Established in 1922 in Johannesburg, Royal HaskoningDHV was previously known as “SSI Engineers and Environmental Consultants”, who later changed names as a result of a merger between Royal Haskoning and DHV in 2012. ABOUT THE BURSARY Bursaries will be awarded to students currently studying towards a BSc or B… Read More »

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South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) was founded in 1966. The company is aimed at encouraging the promotion and expansion of the industrial and commercial property sectors within South Africa. The SAPOA bursary fund was established to address the skills shortage within the Commercial Property Industry. By financially assisting young black deserving students, SAPOA hopes to transform the commercial property industry to correctly reflect the population demographic in the country.

ABOUT THE BURSARY

Bursaries will be awarded to those studying towards a property-related qualification, particularly the following fields of study:
  • Construction Studies (BSc)
  • Finance (BCom) (majoring in Property Valuation and Management)
  • Property Management (BSc)
  • Property Studies (BSc)
  • Property Valuation and Management (BCom)
  • Quantity Surveying (BSc)
  • Real Estate (BSc)
  • Town and Regional Planning (BSc)
  • Urban and Regional Planning (BSc)
 

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen,
  • Studying (or intend on studying) full-time in one of the aforementioned fields of study,
  • Studying at a recognised university or university of technology in South Africa (registered with the Council for Higher Education),
  • Achieving high academic results,
  • In financial need,
  • Are within the Black race: Africans, Indian or Coloured.
 

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
SAPOA Bursary Application Form (pdf). Please include the following items in your application pack:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Matric certificate (certified copy),
  • Proof of acceptance to study at tertiary institution (on tertiary letterhead),
  • Latest academic record/ transcript (on tertiary letterhead) (certified copy),
  • Breakdown of costs for the relevant study programme for the year,
  • Full CV (of background and working experience),
  • Parents/ guardians ID documents (certified copies),
  • Personal statement/ motivational letter (max 2 pages),
  • Two written references.
  Complete application forms and supporting documentation must be submitted in one of the following ways: 1) Post: SAPOA Bursary Fund P O Box 78544 SANDTON 2146 Attention: Ms Fiona Kahn 2) Hand delivered: SAPOA Bursary Fund Hunts End Office Park 36 Wierda Road West Wierda Valley SANDTON 2196 Attention: Ms Fiona Kahn 3) Email: bursaryfund@sapoa.org.za Attention: Ms Fiona Kahn

CLOSING DATE

31 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: Ms. Fiona Kahn Tel: 011 883 0679 Fax: 086 458 6955 Email: edmanager@sapoa.org.za / bursaryfund@sapoa.org.za

South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) was founded in 1966. The company is aimed at encouraging the promotion and expansion of the industrial and commercial property sectors within South Africa. The SAPOA bursary fund was established to address the skills shortage within the Commercial… Read More »

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Woolworths TASTE & Eat Out Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

Woolworths Holdings Limited is one of the largest chains of retail stores in South Africa, and Eat Out is a popular South African food-based website. Together, the two companies have joined forces to help one lucky students to pursue their culinary dream.

ABOUT THE BURSARY

Woolworths TASTE magazine, along with Eat Out are awarding a bursary to a future culinary star. TASTE would like to make one students dream come true by allowing them to pursue their dream of becoming a chef. The selected student will train as a professional chef at either Silwood Cookery School, Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine or Prue Leith’s Chef’s Academy for a year.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen,
  • 18 years or older,
  • Able to start studies in January of the following year,
  • Have basic prior working experience professional kitchen (coffee shop/ café/ restaurant) as an intern or employee,
  • Have a stable home environment and transport to and from college,
  • Must study at one of the following tertiary institutions (which is closest to them): Prue Leith’s Chef’s Academy (Centurion, Gauteng); Silwood Cookery School (Cape Town, Western Cape); Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine (Hilton, KwaZulu Natal).

HOW TO APPLY

Applications can be done in one of the following ways: 1) Online at: http://taste.co.za/woolworths-taste-eat-out-culinary-bursary /#form 2) Download and complete the
Woolworths TASTE Bursary Application Form (pdf). The following items must be submitted with your application form (online applications will be required to upload their documents):
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Portait colour photo (passort/ ID size),
  • Motivational letter (of no more than 3 paragraphs) about why you should be awarded the bursary.
  Complete application forms and all supporting documents must be submitted in one of the following ways (unless you have completed the online application): 1) Email: taste@newmediapub.co.za 2) Post: Woolworths TASTE, New Media House, 19 Bree Street; Cape Town, 8001 3) Fax: 021 417 1243

CLOSING DATE

31 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: Taste Magazine – Samantha Charles Tel: 021 417 1111 Email: taste@newmediapub.co.za

Woolworths TASTE & Eat Out Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR Woolworths Holdings Limited is one of the largest chains of retail stores in South Africa, and Eat Out is a popular South African food-based website. Together, the two companies have joined forces to help one lucky students to pursue their culinary dream. ABOUT THE BURSARY Woolworths… Read More »

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Department of Water & Sanitation Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) have established a Learning Academy, whose aim it is to help students complete their tertiary students within the water and sanitation field, which is a scarce skills sector in the country.

ABOUT THE BURSARY

The following expenses will be covered by the bursary award: registration, tuition, prescribed book allowance, accommodation, meals and an annual personal allowance. Bursaries will be awarded to students who are studying or intend on studying within one of the following fields:
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Geo-chemistry
  • Aquatic Sciences
  • Biological Sciences
  • Environmental Science
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current)
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Surveying
  • Environmental Law
  • Environmental Management
  • Geographical Information Systems
  • Cartography
  • Geo-hydrology
  • Geology
  • Limnology
  • Microbiology
  • Hydrology
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Water Care
  • Water Resource Management
  • Water Utilisation
  Students must take up studies in one of the following universities: Eastern Cape: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Walter Sisulu University, Rhodes University. Free State: University of the Free State, Central University of Technology. Gauteng: University of Pretoria, Tshwane University of Technology, Vaal University of Technology, University of Witwatersrand, University of Johannesburg. KwaZulu-Natal: University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban University of Technology, University of Zululand. Limpopo: University of Limpopo, University of Venda. Western Cape: University of the Western Cape, University of Cape Town, University of Stellenbosch, Cape Peninsula University of Technology. On completion of their studies, students will be required to join the Water Learning Academy for 3-5 years as a graduate trainee. Further details regarding the Learning Academy obligation, can be found here: https://www.dwa.gov.za/learningA/graduatetrainees.aspx

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen,
  • Currently in Matric or have passed Matric,
  • Currently studying or intend on studying within one of the aforementioned fields of study,
  • Currently studying or intend on studying at one of the aforementioned universities.
 

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
Dept of Water Bursary Application Form (pdf). Alternatively, please download the latest application form from: https://www.dwa.gov.za/learningA/BursaryC.aspx (from 1 April annually). Or collect a form from one of the aforementioned universities. The following documents must accompany your application form:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Current Matric students: latest academic results (Grade 11 final results and/or Grade 12 first term results),
  • Current tertiary students: Matric results certificate AND complete academic record to date,
  • Students who have completed Matric and are registering for tertiary study: Matric results certificate AND acceptance letter or proof of application.
  Complete application forms and supporting documents must be submitted in one of the following ways: 1) Post: Department of Water and Sanitation Director: Learning Academy Private Bag X313 Pretoria 0001 2) Email: bursaries@dws.gov.za

CLOSING DATE

31 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: The Programme Manager – Ms Verena Meyer Tel: 012 336 7448 Email: bursaries@dws.gov.za/ meyerv@dwa.gov.za

Department of Water & Sanitation Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) have established a Learning Academy, whose aim it is to help students complete their tertiary students within the water and sanitation field, which is a scarce skills sector in the country. ABOUT THE BURSARY The following expenses will be… Read More »

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South African Actuaries Development Programme Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

The South African Actuaries Development Programme (SAADP) began in 2003, when the need was identified for black actuarial skills in South Africa. The firm is an independent, non-profit organisation and the bursary programme aims to bridge the gap of actuarial skills within the black South African community. Actuaries use statistical and mathematical skills to solve problems with money flow – they manage financial consequences of risk based on future money issues. Students that possess business knowledge, analytical skills and understand human behaviour are best suited to this industry.

ABOUT THE BURSARY

The bursary award covers the following study expenses: tuition, meals, accommodation, prescribed book allowance and a living allowance.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying: Matric/ Grade 12 students:
  • Achieved a minimum of 80% or level 7 in English, Mathematics and Physical Science,
  • Interested in studying Actuarial Science,
  • Show great potential to excel at tertiary level,
  • Accepted to study at one of the following universities: University of Cape Town (UCT), University of Witwatersrand (Wits), University of Pretoria (UP).
University students:
  • Currently studying Actuarial Science at one of the above-mentioned universities,
  • Achieved good results in 1st/ 2nd year of study,
  • From previously disadvantaged background,
(Students who are currently studying Actuarial Science at a university other than one of the above, may apply for the bursary if they have been accepted to study Actuarial Science at one of the above-mentioned universities).

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
SAADP Bursary Application Form (pdf). The following items should accompany your complete application form: Matric/ Grade 12 students:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Parents ID documents (certified copies),
  • Photo (passport size),
  • Grade 11 year end report (certified copy),
  • Grade 12 mid-year report (certified copy),
University students:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Latest academic report.
* Matric students are required to write the National Benchmark Tests and should FAX their NBT results to the number below, before 31 August. Application forms and supporting documents can then be emailed to: info@saadp.co.za (with “Bursary Application” in the email subject line). Please do not fax your applications.

CLOSING DATE

31 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: Tel: 011 642 2202 Fax: 011 486 1859 Email: info@saadp.co.za

South African Actuaries Development Programme Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR The South African Actuaries Development Programme (SAADP) began in 2003, when the need was identified for black actuarial skills in South Africa. The firm is an independent, non-profit organisation and the bursary programme aims to bridge the gap of actuarial skills within the black South African… Read More »

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Basil Read Bursary

ABOUT THE BURSAR

Basil Read was founded by Basil Leonard Read in 1952. Today, 6 decades later, it is one of the leading construction companies in the world. The Basil Read bursary programme was initiated to help financially needing students to follow their dreams and continue their studies in light of their financial positions.

ABOUT THE BURSARY

Bursaries will be awarded within the following fields of study:
  • Building Science/ Construction Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Quantity Surveying
The following expenses will be covered by the bursary award: registration fees, tuition, prescribed textbooks, stationery, accommodation and meals.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
  • South African citizen,
  • Studying in one of the aforementioned fields,
  • Studying full-time at a recognised tertiary institution in SA,
  • Achieved high results in Mathematics and Science.
 

HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the
Basil Read Bursary Application Form (pdf). Alternatively, please request the latest application form by emailing: mallan@basilread.co.za Please include the following items in your application pack:
  • ID document (certified copy),
  • Photograph (passport size),
  • Proof of enrollment in one of the above fields of study,
  • Latest academic results/ record (certified copy),
  • Certificates where applicable (certified copies),
  • Quote for all study fees from tertiary institution.
  Complete application forms and supporting documentation must be submitted in one of the following ways: 1) Email: mallan@basilread.co.za 2) Post: The Skills Development and Bursary Facilitator Basil Read (Pty) Ltd Private Bag X170 Bedfordview 2008

CLOSING DATE

31 August annually.

CONTACT

For any bursary queries, please contact: The Bursary Facilitator: Michele Allan Tel: 011 306 3489/ 011 418 6300/ 011 418 3489 Email: mallan@basilread.co.za

Basil Read Bursary ABOUT THE BURSAR Basil Read was founded by Basil Leonard Read in 1952. Today, 6 decades later, it is one of the leading construction companies in the world. The Basil Read bursary programme was initiated to help financially needing students to follow their dreams and continue their studies in light of their… Read More »

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