Applications are open today for NSFAS. If you want to study next year you should be applying now.
What Is NSFAS?
NSFAS is a government entity under the Department of Higher Education and Training which provides financial support to disadvantaged students who wish to further their studies at public universities or TVET colleges.
NSFAS has a new and improved system that allows each applicant to be considered with great care and enormous attention is given to evaluating every application.
The WCT, decided in 2006 to introduce a Bursary Scheme to help students starting their careers in the field of small grains research.
The Bursary Scheme enables the WCT to play a role in increasing the Industry’s pool of appropriately qualified scientists in an equitable and transparent manner.
The WCT aims to award ten bursaries in a financial year (6 African, 2 Coloured, 1 Indian and 1 White) to post-graduate students to help finance their masters or doctoral studies in a small grains related field.
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:
Grade 12 Learners (SA Citizens) with outstanding achievements, with a minimum APS score of 5 in English, Mathematics and Physical Science and students currently studying towards B.Sc Information Communication Technology are encouraged to apply for one of our comprehensive bursaries in the following disciplines:
SPEBS is a bursary scheme that was initiated in 1992 by the South African Institute of Civil Engineering Technicians and Technologists (SAICET). The abbreviation is short for “SAICET Patrons’ Engineering Bursary Scheme”.
When SAICET subsequently merged with the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) it was decided that SPEBS would be retained. SPEBS currently forms an integral part of the SAICE outreach programmes.