The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport Bursaries

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Bursary Details

The TVET bursaries are also targeted at learners who have completed Grade 09 – 12 and learners (between the ages of 16 to 35) in technical schools who want to pursue vocational studies at a Gauteng
TVET Public Colleges.

Learners should have already applied and been accepted at an institution for post school studies to qualify for a bursary.

Deserving students who intend enrolling in the following fields of study:

Degree/B-Tech/National Diploma-

Civil Engineering;
Town and Regional Planning;
Environment Science;
Land Surveying;
Transport Economics; and
Real Estate
The bursary will only cover the following: Registration, Tuition, Examination Fees, Meals, Accommodation and Prescribed Material

Candidate Requirements

To process a bursary application the following documentation should be provided by the learner-

• Certified copy of your identity document
• Certified copy of your Grade 12 / highest qualification results
• Proof of residence
• Acceptance letter from the Institution

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How to Apply

Required Documents Certified copies of valid ID Certified copies Matric Certificate / latest school results or qualifications Proof of Admission from institution of higher learning / provisional acceptance letter Satisfactory academic record (if currently enrolled for any of the above-mentioned degrees) Proof of (household / parent(s) income

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