Capsicum Bursary 2021

Closing Date:

Bursary Details

Capsicum is hosting a Chef Talent Scout Competition where you can and stand the chance to win your share of bursaries to the value of R740 000. Capsicum is a culinary school with campuses in Boksburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria and Rosebank. 

The bursary will go towards studying one of Capsicum's internationally-recognised courses in 2021!

Candidate Requirements

  • The recipient must be a South African citizen.
  • Over the age of 17 (who will be 18 in the year of study) and older
  • Must have completed Matric
  • The recipient cannot currently work as a professional chef and cannot have ever worked as a professional chef.
  • The recipient of the bursary must be able to study in 2021. The bursary will not be carried over to the following year.


Bursary Inclusion

  • The bursary is for study only and excludes transport and accommodation.

How to Apply

Visit the website and do the following: 

  1. Fill in your details on the website
  2. Make a dish with a red element or red capsicum
  3. Upload your winning dish on Instagram
  4. Tag Capsicum @capiscumcooking
  5. Hashtag #CapsicumTalent
Field of Study: Food and Beverages


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