Short Course in Web Design Bursary
Academy of Digital Arts - Short course in Web Design x1
Do you have a passion for design and a fascination with how individuals engage with digital platforms?
Well, ADA is coming through this Education Month with a short course in Web Design bursary!
- Location: Cape Town
- Value: R76 800
- Vacancies: 3
- Duration: 1 year
- Start date: 31 January 2022
The Academy of Digital Arts works in close connection with many businesses to bring you the opportunity to study with us no matter your financial circumstances.
We believe strongly that passion & creativity should be recognised and not inhibited by financial circumstances.
Our full-time bursary offering connects budding students with financial relief in order to pursue their passion in the digital arts industry.
If you are able to showcase your talent and passion in the digital arts industry, we are there to support you in your pursuit of a flourishing creative career.
Be sure to put your best foot forward when submitting your application. T’s & C’s This offering is available only to South African citizens.
This is a BBEEE awarded bursary awarded to the applicants that showcase the most promise & talent.
How to ApplyField of Study: IT
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