Application opens the end of September/October 2019
The Solomon Mahlangu Scholarship Fund (SMSF) was established to provide financial support to youth to enable them to pursue quality education in an institution of higher learning with youth in rural areas as primary target.
We have implemented a sound corporate social development programme and an internationally recognised environmental rehabilitation programme to restore the mined dunes to their natural state once mining operations have ceased. At Rio Tinto you can explore and develop your personal and professional potential within one of the most dynamic and diverse companies in the world.
If you are a high calibre scholar / student looking for a bursary opportunity, we can offer you one of the widest and most exciting range of opportunities available.
For the academic year 2020/2021, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) will grant three partial scholarships through the Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme (OTS) of NESO-South Africa, for all MSc programmes excluding the MSc International Management/CEMS programme.
The L-EARN for Impact Scholarship is open to individuals from developing countries with relevant professional experience and a history of supporting their countries’ development efforts, applying to a Master’s degree programme.
After the completion of the master programme the awardee commit to return to their home country to use their new skills and contribute to their countries' social and economic development.
The Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG); through the National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC} hereby invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the National Disaster Management Centre's Bursary Programme for the 2020 Academic year.
The NDMC's Bursary Programme seeks to fund selected students enrolled for a higher qualification in Disaster Risk Science and/or Disaster Management at Public Institutions in South Africa.
CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:
We specialize in the management of bursary and scholarship programmes.
These are awarded by companies who are aiming to attract potential skilled employees. They are therefore offering a bursary to enable you to complete your studies but you will need to sign a contract in terms of which you undertake to work for the company on graduation. The service commitment is usually on a year for a year basis. Should you not fulfill this obligation you will be obliged to repay the bursary funding, often with interest or administration costs added.
REAP is a holistic Higher Education Support Programme. In an attempt to reduce poverty and empower young people to improve the quality of their lives, the Rural Education Access Programme (REAP) assists students from rural areas across South Africa to succeed at selected universities.
Please note that this online application form does not cater for TVET institutions.
For successful applicants REAP provides a structured student development programme consisting of financial, psycho-social and skills development support.