Business Administration Bursary
Do you have a passion for administration in the business world?
Are you looking to study further but restrained by finance?
TSIBA offers you an opportunity to fulfill your dreams at a minimal cost.
- Location: Cape Town
- Value: R66 000
- Vacancies: 100
- Duration: 3 years
- Start date: 1 March 2022
All undergraduate students at TSIBA Business School study on a full or partially subsidised scholarship based on two primary criteria:
2. Academic Merit
The status of every student’s scholarship will be reviewed annually.
The scholarship breakdown is as follows:
Full scholarships are 100% subsidised by TSIBA Partial scholarships have two tiers Tier 1 partial scholarships are 75% subsidised by TSIBA Tier 2 partial scholarships are 60% subsidised by TSIBA
You qualify to receive a full scholarship if:
Academic Merit – You have achieved a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelors’ degree endorsement (or equivalent) and have achieved a minimum of 30 points on the TSIBA Points System.
Affordability – Your parent or legal guardian’s household income after-tax is LESS than R350 000 per year (or R 29 165 per month). You qualify to receive a Partial Scholarship if:
Academic Merit – You have achieved a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelors’ degree endorsement (or equivalent) and have achieved a minimum of 26 points on the TSIBA Points System
Affordability – Your parent or legal guardian’s household income after-tax is LESS than R350 000 per year (or R 29 165 per month).
How to ApplyField of Study: Management
Once you have submitted your NSFAS application, you may have tracked your application status via your myNSFAS portal. Well, if you received a ‘Funding Eligibility’ status, here is what it means.
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