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.
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.
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.
The Sasol Bursary Programme offers bursaries on the basis of a service-binding (work back obligation after graduation) contract.
Sasol Foundation Bursary Programme
The Sasol Foundation offers all-inclusive bursaries to talented individuals who are planning to study full-time towards an undergraduate or postgraduate Degree or Diploma to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and non-STEM careers. The bursary will be extended to students wishing to study towards health and social sciences professions, amongst others.
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 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.