The CHIETA has established a bursary Programme to offer financial assistance to young South Africans who qualify to undertake full-time studies at any accredited South African Public Tertiary Institution.
CHIETA 2020 Bursary Applications is now open until 28 February 2019, NO late applications will be considered.
The application window will open on 01 February 2019 (If you have not heard from CHIETA by 31 March 2019 consider your application unsuccessful).
Commonwealth Split-site Scholarships (for low and middle income countries)
Commonwealth Split-site Scholarships are for PhD candidates from low and middle income Commonwealth countries, to spend up to 12 months at a UK university as part of their doctoral studies in their home country.
Petra Diamonds is committed to develop and expand South Africa’s skills base. To this end Petra provides an opportunity for South Africans to acquire qualifications and skills to develop a career in the mining industry and make a positive contribution to South Africa.
Petra Diamonds offers bursaries and vocational work experience (internships) in the following fields:
Engineering: Electrical, Mechanical, Mining, Metallurgy
Earth Sciences: Geology
Other Directions: Environmental management, Human Resources management, Financial management, Survey
Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute is offering a bursary opportunity to study at a one the most prominent agricultural training institutions in the country.
The Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute (EATI), which is a Chief Directorate within the Western Cape Department of Agriculture (WCDoA), provides education, training and skills to students, mostly specialising in agricultural production education and training.
The qualifications that students are able to attain range from learnerships at NQF level 1 to a B.
This scholarship for Botany studies at Rhodes University, related to the protection of indigenous plants, has been established through the generous support from the Craib Family ScholarshipTrust.
For prospective Honours students, information on the Botany Honours programme can be accessed on the Botany Department's website. Prospective MSc and PhD students should consult
A critical shortage of qualified seismologists within the South African Mining Industry (SAMI) and the country as a whole has been identified.
It is considered to be one of the main challenges in addressing the recent regression in mine safety due to an increase in injuries caused by rockbursts (i.e. falls-of-ground related to mining-induced seismicity).
The Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC) seeks to attract qualified candidates interested in pursuing a career in Mine Seismology.
SITFE has provided bursaries to over 10 200 students, financed school building projects, given assistance to tertiary institutions and has worked closely with specialist educational organizations to improve overall education standards.