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The Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) bursaries aim first and foremost, to make a student’s tertiary education easier through funding. Hence, the SETA bursary covers a number of costs for a student.
 

The Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) bursaries are an attempt by government to increase the number of university graduates in areas that require critical skills discipline. The following reveals all necessary information about these bursaries.
 

The Gauteng City Region Academy (GCRA) is a branch that aims to promote skills development in Gauteng. Keeping with this pursuit, the GCRA has a bursary fund for university students, and there are a number of requirements to be met to qualify for their bursary programme.

Although there are many bursaries in South Africa that cover a range of course subjects, there are also a few bursaries that are dedicated specifically to students pursuing teaching. The following is a broken down list of a few of these teaching bursaries.

The Multichoice bursary option is a great funding alternative for underprivileged students whose passions lie in the fields of science and technology, and television services. This bursary operates similarly to many other bursaries in the country in that it funds more than just tuition fees.

MultiChoice has been servicing Sub-Saharan Africans’ television programming needs for decades. With the company’s success, they have also implemented a bursary funding scheme that offers different types of bursaries within its realm of service each year.

Every year bursaries are granted for a variety of reasons. Whether students are funded by government, business or private sponsors they will need to meet the criteria set out by each benefactor.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is the biggest government-funded entity used to administer financial aid to struggling students.

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