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Does Feenix Fund Post-Graduate Programmes?


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Feenix is an online fundraising platform for students where students can fundraise money for their studies, with the help of their community. 

Donations that are made from your community can go towards the following:

  • Tuition fees
  • Accommodation fees
  • Book allowances
  • Meal allowances

The money raised on Feenix is only allowed to be used for items listed on the university fee statement.

Feenix does allow for undergraduate and postgraduate students to fundraise for their studies! 

The requirements to be approved for funding are as follows:

  • Be a South African citizen/permanent resident/refugee or asylum seeker.
  • Be a registered student at a public South African university.
  • Have current or historical debt owing to your university.
  • Have a combined household income of under R600k per year.

 

To register for Feenix, you can click here

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Latest Bursaries

The Sage External Bursary is aimed at funding undergraduate students. Applicants must be studying at a public university in South Africa. 

Only the following programmes will be funded:

Undergraduate Degree programmes:

The purpose of the Amazon bursary aims to develop a talent pipeline for Amazon (AWS) in South Africa. Bursaries are awarded to students in fields relevant to the technology sector.

Only the following programmes will be funded:

Undergraduate Degree programmes:

Interested in studying IT? The Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA) is inviting applicants to apply for a bursary. 

The bursary will provide financial support to full time students enabling them to complete their education and pursue a career which will help to grow the IT industry and the South African economy.

The Citrus Academy bursary is open to any person studying at a registered tertiary education institution. Students must be studying in a field related to citrus production or research.

The Western Cape Provincial Treasury launched this bursary programme in 2008. Through the programme, youth will have the opportunity to access tertiary education. 

Bursaries are available to Grade 12 learners and post- and undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in:

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