Arup Education Trust

Closing Date:

Bursary Details

The Arup Education Trust owns 30% of Arup Pty (Ltd) and was established as a means to enhance the quality of lives of disadvantaged youths through education and skills development. The Arup Education Trust’s recruitment process will opened from the 1st July 2014 to the 30th September 2014.

Candidate Requirements

The student must be studying towards a degree or B.Tech in the built environment
The applicants must be black (as per SA BEE codes) previously disadvantaged individuals.
Students at universities in Gauteng, KZN and the Eastern Cape only

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Conditions of Bursary

The candidate must already be in tertiary or registered and accepted to start tertiary studies in 2015
The student’s Parents, Guardians/Sponsors should have a combined household net income of R10,000.00 or less.
A good academic record is vital.

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How to Apply

Please send the Complete Form, Copies of Results, Proof of Family Income, a Copy of your ID and a recommendation letter from one of your lectures to:
The Arup Education Trust
10 High Street
Melrose Arch 2076

Fax: 086 572 9730,
Tel: 011 218 7841,
Email:tameron.steenkamp@arup.com

Field of Study: Engineering & the Built Environment


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