The Paper Manufacturers Association Of South Africa (PAMSA) is offering bursaries to postgraduate students studying Master of Engineering (M.Eng) .
Each bursary is valued at R130,000 per year for two years of full-time study towards a M.Eng. degree at participating universities.
It is available to students studying in the following areas:
- North West.
Closing date: 22 June 2021
- BSc. Eng. graduates and final year BSc. Eng. (chemical engineering) students interested in enrolling for M.Eng. studies in the bio-technology space of the pulp, paper and packaging industry.
- A good academic record, subject to a 60% average in your final year of study.
- Applicants should have completed their B.Sc in five years or less.
- Candidates should indicate their areas of interest, for example energy efficiency, renewable energy and biopolymers etc.
- South African citizenship an advantage.
WK Construction awards a number of bursaries, that cover the full cost of studying, to successful candidates in the field of BSc Civil Engineering.
The Pharmaceutical Society Of South Africa (PSSA) is offering bursaries to full-time pharmacy students. Only students registered with a School/Department/Faculty of Pharmacy will be considered.
Students who apply for this bursary must be postgraduate students with a PSSA membership.
Founded in memory of the late Uyinene Mrwetyana, the Uyinene Mrwetyana Scholarship for Women is open for applications.
The scholarship will be awarded to women students who are pursuing a degree in the Faculty of Humanities at UCT. Applicants will need to demonstrate evidence of leadership in social justice and social activism.
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The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) is offering bursaries to students studying in the following fields: