Bursary Opportunity At Tech Capital
Tech-Capital invites students living with a disability needing financial aid towards their study tuition for the year 2022 to participate in our bursary opportunity.
- Designated black South African citizens (born in South Africa)
- Student must be living with a disability. Please note that student must be registered with and recognized by the Disability Rights Unit.
- Student must be studying toward undergraduate IT qualification.
- Student must maintain 65% average or achieved 65% average in their grade 12 results if the applicant is in their first year of study
Conditions of Bursary
Please note that this bursary will only cover costs reflected on the University Tuition Statement and nothing over and above that.
How to Apply
We urge all interested students to notify us by no later than close of business on Friday, 03 December 2021.
You may do so by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name and surname, qualification, year of study and complete the attached below application form.Field of Study: IT
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