The LGSETA invites students who are interested in joining the local government sector to apply for our bursary opportunity.
In response to the national “#FeesMustFall” campaign experienced at Higher Education Institutions across the country during 2015, the Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA) embarked on a bursary scheme in line with the Annual Bursary targets agreed with the Department of Higher Education and Training, and in line with the LGSETA policy to assist students by funding their studies.
Ekurhuleni Community Bursary forms for the 2017 academic year are now available at all libraries and Ekurhuleni Customer Care Centres.
Interested candidates should have a good academic track record and a desire to pursue full-time studies in Bachelor’s Degrees, National Diplomas, Certificates and Accredited Learning Programmes from recognised and accredited higher education and training institutions.
The minimum requirement is a Grade 12 certificate or current matric exam results.
The Mpumalanga Provincial Government endeavours to implement the Provincial Human Resource Development Strategy and the Mpumalanga Economic Growth and Development Path, and hence intends to award bursary opportunities to unemployed youth who resides in the province to further their studies in critical and scarce skills indicated in the table below. The bursary scheme prioritizes the previously disadvantaged and deep rural communities in the province of Mpumalanga. In addition, females and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
AngloGold Ashanti offers bursary opportunities in 2016 to learners who will enroll for a full time degree or diploma tertiary studies in all fields of study, including finance.
AngloGold Ashanti will select all applications in accordance with its commitments and guidelines as outlined in its Social and Labour Plans (SLP).
CLOSING DATE: 30 SEPTEMBER 2015
Candidates must be in possession of and submit copies of the following:
This bursary programme provides for the support of South African students to study at an accredited South African tertiary institution up to an undergraduate level depending on the duration of the qualification.
Ruda Landman’s READERS UNITE brings together people who believe that the future of South Africa lies in educating its people.
To this end, we support the historic shift happening in our country at the moment. With the help of study loans, thousands of families are sending children to university for the first time ever, opening up a completely different future for them, and through them for the country itself.
NEET is a non-profitable organisation that offers bursaries for disadvantaged students. We also provide on-going support during studies via the online Student Management Portal for early intervention and even facilitates internships and job placements after graduation where possible.
To be eligible for a bursary you must be enrolled or have received an offer to enrol as a full-time student at Monash South Africa in a Foundation Programme or an undergraduate course of study leading to a higher education award