The Transnet bursary is available to students studying for BSc, BEng, or BCom degrees in a range of disciplines.
Engineering and Built Environment
BEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer),
The Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) bursary fund has been established in an effort to provide support to its communities, specifically to emerging talent who proudly display commitment and excel academically. We believe that such talent belongs here, with us, at Toyota influencing the future of mobility in Africa and beyond. Toyota recognizes the value of bridging the gap between tertiary education and the world of work.
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.
The National Research Foundation (NRF) supports and promotes research and human capital development through funding, the provision of National Research Facilities and science outreach platforms and programmes to the broader community in all fields of science and technology, including natural science, engineering, social science and humanities.
NRF Master's and Doctoral Scholarships for 2020 (full-time only) are now open for applications.
Each year we select a handful of talented top performers and provide with financial support enabling them to complete their education and potentially pursuing a career with us on qualifying. Who we look for You are achieving a minimum average of 75% and wanting to take the first step towards the future you want?
So have we. Let us help you bring your possibilities to life of studying and potentially pursuing a career with us.
Every year, ABSA awards bursaries to a handful of deserving students who are currently pursuing their tertiary studies.
The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid programme (ISFAP) is an exciting initiative that aims to offer financial assistance to underprivileged students.
Government in collaboration with the private sector has established this new financial aid scheme in order to; reduce the high dropout rate, improve graduate employability, enhance the country's skills profile and grow public- private partnerships.
We offer bursaries to fund studies in selected fields and are looking for individuals who: are determined to succeed, motivated to reach their dreams and will seize every available opportunity. If you fit this description and need help funding your studies, we would like to hear from you!
Visit https://leap.ly/campaign/capbursleaply20 for more information and to apply (undergraduate and post-graduate qualifications).
Qualifications Bursary applicants must fulfil one of the following 3 criteria: