Do you want to see big changes in the world? Are you a natural-born leader – one who sees problems as opportunities and opportunities as challenges to solve?
If you want to make a difference and think you have what it takes, apply to join the Allan Gray Fellowship programme.
The Fellowship provides access to quality tertiary education opportunities, which has been supported by research, that there is an increased possibility of success when entrepreneurs have a concrete foundation in their education.
The Santam bursary is for students who will be in their second, third or final year of undergraduate studies. It is also for students who will be doing an Honours degree next year in the study programmes listed below.
Postgraduate Diploma, Bachelor’s degree, Honours degree in
• Insurance / Risk Management / Law
• Mathematics / Statistics
• Finance / Accounting / Economics
• Chemical / Civil Engineering
• Computer Science / Information Technology
The Canon Collins Scholarship aims to support exceptional individuals who are committed to social justice in Southern Africa. This scholarship is for those who will be pursuing a postgraduate qualification in the year 2022.
The scholarship is open to students studying in the following areas:
C & A Friedlander Attorneys has more than 100 years of experience, in providing a wide range of legal services. The firm is looking to provide financial assistance, in the form of bursary funding, to students who are studying towards a degree in Law. Successful candidates will be required to complete their articles at C & A Friedlander, and may be required to enrol in a holiday programme. The bursary will only cover the recipient's tuition fees.
The minimum requirement for qualification for such a bursary is a BA (Law), B Comm (Law), B Iuris or B Proc degree or a similar qualification or proof of successful completion of the first two years of the revised 4-year LLB curriculum.
If you are currently in your 1st semester of your second year, we can assist with a bursary for your 3rd and 4th year of study.
The Motsepe Foundation was established in 1999 by Patrice Motsepe and Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe. The mission of the foundation is to improve the lives of marginalised communities in South Africa. The Motsepe Foundation Bursary is open to students studying degrees in Sciences, Engineering / Entrepreneurship, Technology, Mathematics, Business Studies, Medical Studies, Law, Art and Agriculture.
The Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program (HSAFP) was established in 1979, for mid-career professionals who were previously disadvantaged by apartheid laws.
The Fellowship Program has awarded more than 200 fellowships since its establishment, and it is open to South Africans of any race and ethnicity.
In order to be selected, fellows must be in the age range of 30-45 years and show significant skill in their chosen field. The fellowship is offered to recipients for a year of study at Harvard's schools or Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.