Enter your email address for emails about the latest BURSARIES available

You can unsubscribe at any time

Type your keywords in the search box above

Engineering


Advertisement

Basil Read Bursary Scheme 2021

Basil Read provides bursary opportunities to individuals who are enthusiastic, passionate and have a talent for the built environment. Basil Read seeks for individuals who see the purpose and value of infrastructure to society and can help contribute to a sustainable future for all generations.

In order to qualify, individuals need to have a steady academic record and share the Basil Read values in their everyday life.

Bursary Opportunities are afforded to individuals in their second or later year of studies in the following fields:

South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) Scholarship 2021

The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) is inviting applications for the Bachelor in Engineering Technology Scholarship Programme 2021.

SARAO is a facility of the National Research Foundation, and it is responsible for managing all radio astronomy initiatives and facilities in South Africa.

The scholarship is open to students studying: 

  • Bachelor in Engineering Technology: Electronics
  • Bachelor in Engineering Technology: Mechanical

Transnet Bursary Scheme 2021

Bursary Application - Commercial Disciplines (BSc)

Minimum Requirements

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:

GreenMatter Fellowship 2020

The GreenMatter Fellowship PhD is Awarded for Study at the University of Cape Town in South Africa in 2020. GreenMatter will provide funding for up to a maximum of three years

It affords participants the opportunity to fully engage in tackling biodiversity issues through their study and career paths, alongside peers who share in that commitment.

The cash bursary amount is ZAR 90,000 per year. The proposed research topic must address one of the following priority skills areas:

SPEBS – SAICE Patrons’ Engineering Bursary Scheme

SPEBS is a bursary scheme that was initiated in 1992 by the South African Institute of Civil Engineering Technicians and Technologists (SAICET). The abbreviation is short for “SAICET Patrons’ Engineering Bursary Scheme”.

When SAICET subsequently merged with the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) it was decided that SPEBS would be retained. SPEBS currently forms an integral part of the SAICE outreach programmes.

Jones & Wagener Bursary 2021

Jones & Wagener is pleased to offer a limited number of bursaries for South African B.Eng or BSc Civil Engineering students studying at South African Universities.

The bursaries will cover as a minimum university tuition fees, but could also include accommodation and a limited textbook allowance.

Current South African tertiary students and Grade 12 scholars are invited to submit applications.

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA) Bursary 2021

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.

Pages

Advertisement

Latest Bursaries

Bursaries will be awarded within the Health Science faculty, usually within the following fields of study (however the fields of study may alter annually depending on the

Jakes Gerwel Fellowship is a full university scholarship that provides extensive mentoring and leadership development for top learners with a passion for teaching and education.

Applications are open today for NSFAS. If you want to study next year you should be applying now.

Advertisement

Subscribe to RSS - Engineering