Kantey & Templer awards bursaries for study at tertiary institutions in South Africa.
The Kantey & Templer Bursary and Educational Assistance Scheme has been created to provide financial assistance for the study of civil, mechanical and electrical engineering at tertiary level for persons who, through proven academic performance and personal circumstances, are considered deserving of support.
Applications from previously disadvantaged individuals are encouraged.
Takealot.com contributes to skills development in the Information Technology, Computer Science and Computer Engineering sector through funding bursaries for deserving candidates who are South African citizens studying at public South African institutions towards relevant degree programmes.
Takelot.com simultaneously wants to create a talent pipeline of developers to enter our graduate development programme. Our bursaries therefore come with a work back obligation and vacation work.
NMISA is offering an undergraduate bursary at a recognised South African University.
Upon completion, the bursar will be required to work one year for every year of study sponsored by NMISA.
Successful graduates will follow an exciting career at NMISA in the Science of Accurate Measurement (Metrology).
NMISA is the custodian of the South Africa national measurement standards, thus you will be working closely with experts on the realisation of the International System (SI) of units in Physical Metrology.
Grade 12 Learners (SA Citizens) with outstanding achievements, with a minimum APS score of 5 in English, Mathematics and Physical Science and students currently studying towards B.Sc Information Communication Technology are encouraged to apply for one of our comprehensive bursaries in the following disciplines:
The purpose of the Amazon Recruitment Bursary is to develop a talent pipeline for Amazon (AWS) in South Africa.
Successful applicants who annually make satisfactory academic progress will be sponsored until they complete their study programmes and will then be considered for a position in the Amazon graduate development programme in Cape Town.
This bursary is open to second or third-year students studying Electrical Engineering Degrees (BEng or BSc) as well as Business Administration/Management Degrees. Students can apply for bursaries for their third and fourth year of study.