The Hungarian Government is offering 100 scholarships to South African students to study at participating public university in Hungary. All courses available for South Africans are taught in English, however all Bachelor's and Master's students will be required to pass a course in Hungarian as a foreign language.
Bursaries for the 2020 academic year are open to those permanent residents planning to study full-time at the level of bachelor degrees, national diplomas, certificates, specialised and accredited learning programmes from recognised and accredited higher and further education and training institutions.
If you meet the minimum eligibility requirements, who can apply in the following fields in which the City is offering bursaries to students with a good academic track record:
SCIENCE, AVIATION, ENGINEERING AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Just tell us why you deserve the bursary and we could pay R10K to the institution at which you study.
WHAT WE NEED: Fill in the application form below and attach the following: the institution’s banking details (signed and on a letterhead), a letter of motivation, a photo of yourself and a copy of the account holder’s ID.
CRET has a different approach to the management of its education programme and aims to recruit candidates that would ordinarily be overlooked by other bursary programmes, which commonly seek out the top achievers only.
What are the study priority areas?
CRET bursary applicants may apply to study any entry level/first time study module/undergraduate qualification of their choice provided that the duration of studies is no longer than 5 years and the institution is accredited by the relevant Higher Education authority.
South Africa is rich with talent and potential, but because of funding constraints and few opportunities, so much of this potential is never fully realised to the detriment of the socio- economic development of our country.
The Tiso Foundation through its Tertiary Bursary Programme in partnership with various South African Universities seeks to identify deserving previously disadvantaged candidates who have demonstrated talent and determination in their previous academic lives.