The Kwazulu Natal Film Commission Bursary Programme
Commission introduced a bursary programme which was aimed at addressing skills shortage in film in the province.
The programme is aimed at encouraging new entrants, creating an enabling environment in order to increase industry experts especially amongst previously disadvantaged communities.
The programme also seeks to redress the government transformation processes and skewed participation in the film industry.
Who Should Apply
- Students who have applied at KwaZulu Natal based tertiary institutions and have received a letter of confirmation of acceptance.
- Applicants can either apply for 1st year up until the final year of their tertiary qualification.
- Applicants must be residents of the KwaZulu-Natal province and be South African citizens.
- Applicants are required to submit a new application for every year of study.
Award letter shall be forwarded to successful candidates.
- Academic performance as proven by the latest academic report
- Field of study and demand for a particular discipline
- Financial circumstances
- Representation(Gender, Disability and Race)
- Demonstrated ability, potential and or commitments.
- South African and be residing in KwaZulu-Natal
- Less than 25 years (exceptional cases over 25 years will be considered)
- Final selection will be made by the Bursary Committee based on the above criteria.
Conditions of Bursary
What does the Bursary fund cover.
- Registration fees
- Prescribed textbooks
- Accommodation: cost of this will be provided on a case by case basis.
How to Apply
All applications should be sent to KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission by: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BURSARY APPLICATION ATTACHED BELOW.
Kindly note that 15 October 2021 is the closing date for applications for the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission Bursary scheme.
Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted candidates. If you are not contacted by January 2022, then consider your application unsuccessful.
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