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How to get an Absa study loan

Absa offers a study loan to students who wish to fund their tertiary education. This loan is covers a wide variety of study related expenses, and must be repayed with interest. 

Who can apply?

The loan is open to all South African citizens who permanently live in South Africa and earn more than R3000 per month.

The loan can be taken out by the following individuals with proof of income: parents, sponsors or guardians, and part time students who are employed full-time. 

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How to get a Standard Bank student loan

The Standard Bank student loan gives students the opportunity to fund their tertiary studies, with no maximum tuition fee amount. Standard Bank and non-Standard Bank account holders can apply for the loan. It is open to part-time students and full-time students who have parents or guardians who can sign surety.

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Cecil Renaud Scholarship 2021

The Cecil Renaud scholarship is awarded to the best and brightest young South Africans. The scholarship gives South Africans the opportunity to study at universities across the UK in a number of fields.

The scholarship is open to postgraduate students who have completed or are currently studying towards an Honours degree; or a four-year undergraduate degree.

Promaths Bursary 2021

Promaths is a programme that is delivered by Kutlwano Maths, Science Technology Centre. The programme is funded by Investec and provides extra Maths and Science classes to high school learners.

The Promaths Bursary Fund is for Promaths alumni who lack the funding to pursue tertiary education.

The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers Union (SACTWU) Bursary

Founded in 1989, The South African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union is the largest trade union in the clothing, textile, leather and footwear industry in South Africa and on a global scale. SACTWU's bursary scheme remains the largest of any trade union in Africa. The bursary scheme funds the education of the children of its members, and it has paid out more than R500 million since 1975, towards higher education diplomas and degrees.

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