Who Qualifies For MultiChoice Bursaries?
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.
The South African founded, MultiChoice company has been active in South African households for decades now. The company is behind the wildly popular Digital Satellite Television (DStv), one of the most used television services in the country, and many more.
The bursary schemes come as part of their mission to “assist in development of communities, social transformation and invest in young talented individuals to ensure a sustainable living”. The bursaries are aimed towards students passionate about technology, and bursaries cater to the company’s basic functions in Information Technology (IT), Media and Engineering.
The following are the requirements to qualify for the bursary scheme:
Applicant must have a valid South African ID
- Applicant must have at least completed their matric
- Applicant should maintain at least a 65% average pass rate
- Applicant must be able to prove acceptance at recognised tertiary institution at a full-time rate of study (there are only some part-time exceptions)
- Applicant must be able to prove financial need
Visit the MultiChoice official website to find out more about the company and their vision by clicking here.
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