The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) is a non-profit association which aims to facilitate and advocate for transformation in the property and built environment sector. The association has 24 years of experience in initiating programmes that mainly focus on skills development, enterprise development and policy formation. The SAIBPP bursary was established in order to make tertiary education more accessible to students in financial need. The bursary is particularly aimed at students who are pursuing property studies or other related studies.
JG Afrika is offering a bursary to engineering students.
Reputations are built over time, and standing on a century of in-depth experience, JG Afrika has built a strong reputation for offering innovative and sustainable engineering and environmental consulting services of the highest quality throughout Africa.
If you have not received confirmation of your bursary application by 01 December 2020, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.
Access Trust are providing funding to students who would like to study at one of South Africa's TVET colleges. The fields of study covered by the bursary include: Engineering, Education, Information and Communication Technology, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality, Performing Arts, Sports Fitness Management and Practical Programmes.
SAWISE - the Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering is offering a scholarship. The SAWISE scholarship is ONLY open to females ONLY pursuing their 4th year [e.g. BSc (Honours) or equivalent] of study at tertiary level.
The closing date for all applications is 15 November annually
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.