Toyota Tsusho Africa Bursary Scheme 2022

Closing Date:

Bursary Details

Are you looking for education funding? Toyota Tsusho Africa is currently offering bursaries to students in the following fields of study:

Bursaries are open to undergrad and postgrad students studying in the following fields: 

  • B.Eng. (Mechanical Engineering)
  • BSc (Computer Science and Information Technology)
  • (Accounting)
  • (Business Science)
  • Supply Chain Management/Entrepreneurship
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Environmental Science
  • Legal and Risk Management
  • Digital Business
  • Honours/Masters students in any of the above fields

Candidate Requirements

  • Must be a citizen or have permanent residency in South Africa
  • Be enrolled or intending to enrol as a full- time student in a South African university
  • Must have an overall average result of 65% at Grade 12
  • Must maintain excellent tertiary results throughout his/her studies


Bursary Enquiries

Contact Pamela Govende: for any enquiries

Apply Now

How to Apply

  1. Complete the Application Form ATTACHED
  2. Hand deliver completed forms to the Student Funding Centre together with the following Documents:
  • Certified copy of your identity document
  • Latest copy of results/ academic transcripts
  • Proof of acceptance from the university (for first year students only)
  • Certified copy of parents/guardian/spouse proof of income
  • Affidavit of unemployment of parent/guardian/spouse

Should you not have received a response by the 11th December 2021, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Field of Study: Heritage Resources


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