Are you an unemployed South African youth and younger than 35 years? Are you a registered undergraduate or postgraduate student? Need funding to cover your tuition fees, accommodation and prescribed textbooks? Then apply for this great opportunity for funding of your studies!
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is offering a bursary to learners. The foundation aims to promote entrepeneurship in Southern Africa, by identifying individuals who have the potential to become successful entrepeneurs.
Bursary applicants are invited to apply for the 2021 academic year which will be extended to a maximum of three years provided that the candidate adheres to the bursary conditions.
The bursary is restricted to full-time study and attendance at an accredited University or a University of Technology and is eligible to individuals from historically disadvantaged societal groups or individuals with disabilities.
Parents/guardians of the student must reside within the Saldanha Bay Municipal Area.
The maximum estimated bursary amount for 2021 is R70 000 per student.
The Company has a programme to train students either at Universities, Universities of Techology and CETA Learnerships in order to ensure sufficient numbers of graduates and technicians for the company’s future needs.
This formal education is followed up by on the job training and mentorship under the supervision of skilled, trained and professional people.
The Fulbright Foreign Student Programme is inviting applications for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The South African Fulbright Foreign Student Programme provides grants for South African university graduates to pursue post-graduate studies at a United States university in any subject (excludes MBA and studies that require contact with patients).
For the past 19 years, the Thuthuka Bursary has funded academically talented African and Coloured learners and students who want to become chartered accountants [CAs(SA)]. If you are one of them, don’t delay applications for the 2022 intake have just opened.