SEDISA Black Women Education Bursary Trust
The focus of the Trust is to assist previously disadvantaged young women of colour in obtaining a tertiary education.
The young women that we support would not have had an opportunity to study further without the Trust.
By funding these Students we ensure they are able to obtain a tertiary qualification .
Which not only helps them but provides support to their families as the Trust pays for tuition, accommodation, books.
The Trust provides the Students an opportunity to enhance their lives as young South African women .
We believe the Trust instills a drive in the student that they should never give up, even though things may seem impossible at the time.
- Black Female (as efined in the BBBEE codes)
- South African Citizen
- Students with a strong academic track record
- Economically disadvantaged
How to Apply
Applications to include:
- Certified copy of ID
- Motivational letter of how the bursary would impact your life
- Proof of registration at institution of study
- Fee statement
- List of study costs (books, residence fees etc.)
- Results transcripts/matric certificate(certified copy)
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
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.
Students who have submitted their NSFAS bursary applications are reminded to check their application status regularly. Their application status may show ‘Application Submitted’, here is what it means.
As soon as students submit their applications, they are able to view their application status. They may see that they are on the ‘Validation’ step, here is what it means.
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