The South African Mathematics and Science Teacher Intern Programme (SAMSTIP) is an ISASA initiative which was established in conjunction with Investec and the department of Basic education. The aim of the programme is to address the shortage of qualified maths and science teachers in South Africa. SAMSTIP are offering bursaries to senior and Further Education Training (FET) teachers specialising in Mathematics and Science.
The bursary will offer candidates the opportunity to study:
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.
The Upstream Training Trust is a non-profit organisation which aims to provide specialised human skills to contribute towards the search for oil and gas. The bursary awarded is to the maximum value of R65 000.
It is open to students studying in the following fields:
Teaching is the cornerstone of development and growth within a country, it is for this reason that there remains a growing demand for qualified teachers in South Africa. This growing demand is not without problems, as the education system continues to be riddled with complexities relating to the quality and accessibilty of education.
The Department of Education has put measures in place in order to help meet the growing demand for qualified teachers, however, this demand is not met by an adequate supply of teachers.
The CSIR has a bursary opportunity in the Synthetic Biology and Precision Medicine Centre within the Next Generation Health cluster. The purpose of the bursary is to provide student with financial assistance towards their Doctoral studies.
The Hungarian Government is offering 100 scholarships to South African students to study at participating public university in Hungary. All courses available for South Africans are taught in English, however all Bachelor's and Master's students will be required to pass a course in Hungarian as a foreign language.