Sappi Bursary Scheme 2021

Applications Open
Closing Date:

Bursary Details

Sappi invites Matriculants or current undergraduate students who are interested in the Sappi bursary scheme to apply for the following study fields:

  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Industrial Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science - Mechatronics
  • Bachelor of Science – Forestry and Wood sciences
  • National Diploma – Pulp and Paper

Sappi offers bursaries covering tuition, registration, books, residence and living allowances.

The total value of the bursary depends on the household income situation of the bursar.

 

Important note: Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed and asked to complete psychometric assessments. Please complete all fields on this application to the best of your ability before submitting as the information will guide our decision.

 

Only shortlisted applicants will receive feedback.

 

Closing date for the 2021 academic year: 30 September 2020 

Candidate Requirements

  • Who may apply

    South African citizens studying or intending to study full time at South African accredited universities.

    The bursary is for school leavers and current university students aged between 18 and 25 years.

    REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS CRITERIA

  • Matric results: Mathematics 70% (no Maths Literacy), Physical Science 70%, English 60%.
  • University results for current undergraduate students: Average of 70%.
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Bursary Enquiries

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Conditions of Bursary

Sappi offers bursaries covering tuition, registration, books, residence and living allowances.

How to Apply

Please attach the following documentation:

  • A copy of your matric certificate and any other academic qualifications you may have
  • Proof of your registration or provisional registration at an academic institution
  • A copy of your academic record to date
  • A recent curriculum vitae (CV)
  • A copy of your South African identity document
  • Proof of income or an affidavit stating your total household income.

 

Please note that preference will be given to applicants who live in areas adjacent to our main business operations.

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Field of Study: Engineering


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