Basil Read provides bursary opportunities to individuals who are enthusiastic, passionate and have a talent for the built environment. Basil Read seeks for individuals who see the purpose and value of infrastructure to society and can help contribute to a sustainable future for all generations.
In order to qualify, individuals need to have a steady academic record and share the Basil Read values in their everyday life.
Bursary Opportunities are afforded to individuals in their second or later year of studies in the following fields:
SAMSTIP, Investec and the Department of Basic Education are offering prospective Senior and Further Education and Training (FET) teachers, specialising in the fields of Mathematics and the Sciences, an opportunity to win bursaries to study for a four year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree or a one year postgraduate (PGCE) certificate at UNISA.
The purpose of the Amazon Recruitment Bursary is to develop a talent pipeline for Amazon (AWS) in South Africa.
Successful applicants who annually make satisfactory academic progress will be sponsored until they complete their study programmes and will then be considered for a position in the Amazon graduate development programme in Cape Town.
The South African Mathematics and Science Teacher Intern Programme (SAMSTIP) is an ISASA initiative which was established in conjunction with Investec and the department of Basic education. The aim of the programme is to address the shortage of qualified maths and science teachers in South Africa. SAMSTIP are offering bursaries to senior and Further Education Training (FET) teachers specialising in Mathematics and Science.
The bursary will offer candidates the opportunity to study:
Standard Bank launched the 150 Bursary Fund to provide full-cost sponsorships to tertiary students. The bursary is designed to promote academic excellence and shape the next generation of African talent and African leaders within South Africa and the continent at large.
The Imfundo Trust, is an Old Mutual Investment Group scholarship initiative that aims to upskill black investment professionals and grow the pool of suitably qualified individuals in the asset management industry. Imfundo means education in Zulu. True to its name, since its inception in 2011, the Trust assists black students, particularly women, to pursue their tertiary education at select South African universities.