Bursary Opportunity At Mampeule Foundation
This programme is our commitment to the growth, development and empowerment of youth in South Africa.
The Foundation provides bursaries for students to attend tertiary institutions across South Africa.
The bursary programme started in 2016, and we have supported thirty two students to attend colleges and universities throughout the country.
The Bursary Programme is for a wide range of tertiary institutions across South Africa.
There is a limited number of students in the bursary programme. In 2021, we had our largest class ever with 12 students who received bursaries, we currently have a limited number of bursaries available in 2022.
As you submit your bursary application, please note the following:
- All applicants must be accepted into an academic institution to apply for the Mampeule Bursary.
- This Bursary is limited to Tuition only. The bursary is not for deposit fees, registration fees, accommodation, transportation, or other education fees. This policy is in place to allow the Mampeule Foundation to serve more students each year.
- All applications must be submitted by Monday 31 January 2022 at 6 pm. Once submitted, the Mampeule Foundation will review the application by Friday 11 February 2022. If you have been successful in your application, the Foundation will contact you by WhatsApp and email.
- We recommend that once you have applied for this bursary, you continue to apply to other bursary programmes and NSFAS, in case you are not successful with this application.
How to Apply
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