Sasol Foundation Bursaries for 2019 Closing Date 13 January 2019

Sasol Foundation Bursaries for 2019 Closing Date 13 January 2019
The Sasol Foundation is offering all-inclusive bursaries to talented individuals who are planning to study full-time towards an Undergraduate Degree or Diploma to pursue  Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for applicants Nationally. To be considered, you must be a South African citizen and have acceptance or provisional acceptance for studies at a South African public University or University of Technology for 2019.
The Sasol Foundation is also offering STEM and Non-STEM  bursaries exclusively for qualifying Children of Sasol Employees, Sasol Khanyisa/Inzalo Shareholders as well as applicants from Sasol fenceline communities. To be considered, you must be a South African citizen and have acceptance or provisional acceptance for studies at a South African public University or University of Technology or TVET College for 2019.

Remember to attach the following documents to your application:

  • Acceptance at a Higher Learning Insititution for 2019. This may be a conditional acceptance/acceptance letter received from your Institution. If you were studying at a Higher Education Institution in 2018, kindly upload your 2018 proof of registration.
  • Academic Results (Applicants who wrote Grade 12 in 2018 must submit the September results. All other applicants may submit end of year results for 2018 or whichever year they have completed Grade 12. Applicants who were enrolled at a Higher Learning Insititution may use the end of year results to apply.)
  • Proof of Income eg. Payslips for both parents (If not available, letter from the Dept of Labour confirming unemployment, death certificate/s, an affidavit or any other proof of income applicable to you)
  • Share Certificate This is ONLY required if you/your parents are a Sasol Khanyisa/Inzalo Shareholder
All documents submitted will be subject to the Sasol Foundation verification process.
 
Apply here before 13 January 2019. Call 0860 106 235 for more information.

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DENOSA Nursing Bursaries for 2019 Closing Date 31 January 2019

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DENOSA Nursing Bursaries for 2019 Closing Date 31 January 2019

BURSARIES AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSES
 Short courses & Bridging courses
 Community nursing science
 Any post-graduate study at a South African University/Technikon
 Bursaries for geriatric nursing, community health nursing and psychiatric nursing
 Any clinical Master’s degree programme

Closing date 31 January 2019

REQUIREMENTS ELIGIBILITY FOR A BURSARY
 Applicants must be fully paid-up:
o Members of DENOSA for a minimum of TWO years immediately
preceding the application for a bursary for 2019.
o Members of DENOSA for the year in which application is made
and must remain a paid-up member of DENOSA.
CANDIDATES
 Must be registered nurses and/or midwives & students.
 Those who are on study leave with full pay while undertaking a course
are required to mention this when applying for a bursary.
 Should have undertaken a certain amount of approved post-basic work.
 Must have completed an application form.
 Must have been accepted for a University/College/Technikon course
for 2019 academic year.
 Proof of registration with the educational institution must be attached
to the application form. (Should such proof not be available by the
closing date, arrangements may be made with the Secretary of the
DENOSA Study Fund Committee to provide it at a later stage).
 Application forms MUST be signed in the presence of a Commissioner
of Oaths and attested by him/her.
POST-BASIC
UNDERGRADUATE
COURSES
 Applications for courses taken at a South African
University/Technikon will only be considered if the candidate:
o Has successfully passed at least half of the course; and
o On submission of such proof from the University/Technikon (e.g. a
copy of examination results).
POST-BASIC
DIPLOMA
COURSES
 Where the diploma course exceeds one year’s duration, at least half of
the course must have been completed successfully before application
for a bursary will be considered. This stipulation does not apply to
candidates undertaking a one year course.
SHORT COURSES
 Candidates following short courses may apply for a bursary if the
course is listed with the South African Nursing Council (SANC). If the
course is not listed with the SANC, the applicant must support the
application with a motivation as to how this course will improve
her/his practise as a nurse.
BRIDGING
COURSE
 Applicants must have completed the first year of study successfully
before an application will be considered.
PROGRESS REPORTS
FREQUENCY
 Progress Reports MUST be submitted annually by all bursary holders
until completion of the course/degree for which a bursary was
awarded. Closing date for progress reports to be submitted is 14
February each year.
DUE DATE FOR
PROGRESS
REPORTS
 Should no progress report be received by the due date of a particular
year, the bursary holder may be requested, without referring back to
the DENOSA Study Fund Committee, to refund the total amount of the
bursary awarded to a candidate.
COURSE CHANGES
 Should a candidate wish to change his/her course of study and/or training institution, the prior
approval of the DENOSA Study Fund Committee MUST be obtained in order to utilise the
awarded bursary for the new course or training institution
BURSARIES TO BE AWARDED ACCORDING TO MERIT IN 2019
Bursaries for 2019 will be awarded according to merit and need. One page
of your motivation needs to be attached to the application form on how
you are going to assist DENOSA on completion of your studies.
 All correspondence regarding bursaries must be addressed to the DENOSA Study Fund
committee.
 Application forms will, under no circumstances be faxed to applicants for completion.
 Application forms can be downloaded from DENOSA website: www.denosa.org.za
 Applicants will be advised of the outcome of their applications in April 2019 at the earliest.

 

Cyril Ramaphosa Educational Trust Bursary Scholarships

Cyril Ramaphosa Educational Trust Bursary Scholarships

The Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust has a different approach to the management of its education programme and aims to recruit candidates that would ordinarily be overlooked by other bursary programmes, which commonly seek out the top achievers only.

Who is eligible to apply?

Any student from a financially needy background who can demonstrate such need.

Our goal is to provide financial assistance for those students who, without additional support would not apply to study further and/or complete their chosen qualification.

Preference will be given each year to essential and scarce skills education applicants as determined by the Department of Labour, various SETAs, and other labour and economic advisors.

Further non-negotiable criteria:

  • Learners, or unemployed youth between the ages of 16 and 30 years, who want to complete a recognised undergraduate, or other qualification, through a recognised South African institution (overseas and post-graduate study is not negotiable)
  • The bursary is only awarded to South African citizens with a valid South African ID number
  • Bursary applicants must already have applied for study at the accredited institution and provide proof thereof, on application
  • The bursary applicant is not permitted to change the area of specialisation on which basis the bursary was applied for, based on the acceptance letter from the institution
  • The applicant should demonstrate good academic, leadership and empathetic ability, with high values and developmental communication skills

Who is eligible to apply?

Any student from a financially needy background who can demonstrate such need.

Our goal is to provide financial assistance for those students who, without additional support would not apply to study further and/or complete their chosen qualification.

Preference will be given each year to essential and scarce skills education applicants as determined by the Department of Labour, various SETAs, and other labour and economic advisors.

Further non-negotiable criteria:

  • Learners, or unemployed youth between the ages of 16 and 30 years, who want to complete a recognised undergraduate, or other qualification, through a recognised South African institution (overseas and post-graduate study is not negotiable)
  • The bursary is only awarded to South African citizens with a valid South African ID number
  • Bursary applicants must already have applied for study at the accredited institution and provide proof thereof, on application
  • The bursary applicant is not permitted to change the area of specialisation on which basis the bursary was applied for, based on the acceptance letter from the institution
  • The applicant should demonstrate good academic, leadership and empathetic ability, with high values and developmental communication skills

How does a student apply?

Prospective bursars must download the CRET application forms CLICK HERE TO: APPLICATION FORM and apply before the closing date of end November prior to the year of intended study.

Applications, and all queries, need to be sent to cretbursary@cyrilramaphosa.org.

No other application email avenues will be considered.

Applications are welcome via post or drop in, but walk ins will not be met unless an appointment has been scheduled telephonically or via email to the above address.

CLICK HERE FOR : Q and A on Bursary Programme – All you need to know

 

Fidelity Fund Bursary Scholarships for LLB

Fidelity Fund Bursary Scholarships for LLB

Closing Date: 15 August 2018

What Are The Requirements?

  • The minimum requirement for qualification for such a bursary is a BA (Law), B Comm (Law), B Iuris or B Proc degree or a similar qualification or proof of successful completion of the first two years of the revised 4-year LLB curriculum.
  • If you are currently in your 1st semester of your second year, we can assist with a bursary for your 3rdand 4th year of study.
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If you are currently in your 1st semester of your third year, we can assist with a bursary for your final year of study.

  • Preference will be given to applicants in serious financial need, although outstanding academic merit will be taken into consideration.
  • A bursary shall only be applied towards the tuition fees of a recipient.
  • The Fund’s Board of Control will in each case determine the amount of the bursary.
  • A bursary can be awarded for a maximum period of two years at a South African University.

How Do I Apply?

Simply send Shawn Africa a letter via post, fax or e-mail to request a prescribed LLB Application Form (PDF):

Mr Shawn Africa
Bursary Co-ordinator
Attorneys Fidelity Fund
5th Floor Waalburg Building
28 Wale Street
Cape Town, 8001

PO Box 3062
Cape Town, 8000
Docex 154
Cape Town

Tel: 021 424 4608
Fax: 086 434 7299
E-mail: LLBbursary@fidfund.co.za

Alternatively you can download the prescribed application form here now!

The closing date for applications, are to reach our offices by no later than 15 August 2018. You may post or hand deliver your application form. We do not accept faxed or e-mailed applications.

 

Vodacom Foundation Offering Bursaries and Scholarships

Applicants can apply for a Vodacom Foundation Bursary if they intend to gain a qualification in Engineering and Operations.

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Courses of study

  • Information systems
  • Computer science
  • Electronic or electrical engineering (Light current only)
  • Computer engineering

Requirements

  • Presently in grade 12
  • Matriculated but not yet at tertiary
  • Currently at tertiary: University or University of technology

How to Apply

Application forms that are incomplete will be disregarded.

Please ensure that you attach proof of academic results: current matriculants do not need to provide preliminary results, final grade 11 will suffice. You must supply all the information requested, or explain why you cannot provide it.

Bursaries will only be allocated for next year.

Applicants applying for bursaries with less than a B symbol in mathematics and science will not be considered.

A passport size photograph of the applicant must be attached to the top right-hand of the front page.

It is your responsibility to apply for entrance to university and for other options for financial support. We recommend that you apply to at least two universities and for many funding options/bursaries.

Please note that if you have not received feedback from us by 30 November note that your application was unsuccessful

Closing date: 31 August

DOWNLOAD: VODACOM BURSARY APPLICATION FORM

Submit your application to:

Career Wise (Pty) Ltd

PO Box 30632

Braamfontein

 

IX: BURSARY / SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME 2019

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Closing Date: 16 August 2018

We invite candidates studying towards a university degree in BEng or BSc Engineering to apply for bursaries. Consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed their first year of undergraduate study or those currently registered for 2nd, 3rd, 4th year and postgraduate studies. Students studying various fields including but not limited to Electrical, Information Technology, Mechanical etc. are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. 

THE REQUIREMENTS:

  • A short CV
  • Certified copies of recent academic record, confirmation of registration
  • Certified copy of South African Identification Document
  • Applicants must not be a recipient of financial assistance from any institution
  • Applicants must be registered at a recognized university
  • Proof of registration with the university on a letterhead

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Consideration will be given to South African students who have successfully completed their first year of undergraduate studies or those currently registered for 2nd, 3rd, 4th year and postgraduate studies in 2018. A large consideration on academic performance will guide the allocation of the bursaries. 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

  • Academic proficiency as proven by latest academic report
  • Field of study
  • Behavioural competencies (interview)
  • Representation (employment equity)
  • Validation of ID and registration

How To Apply

Applications should be sent to: careers@ixengineers.co.za.  Please clearly indicate Bursary Application in the subject line.

Capitec Bank: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: 30 June 2018

Purpose of the Role

Are you studying or planning to study towards a qualification?

We are offering exciting bursary opportunities for 2019 to attract talented individuals who are studying towards a relevant undergraduate and/or post-graduate degree within selected fields.

Qualifications

  • National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or National Certificate (Vocational) OR
  • In process of obtaining your 2018 National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or National Certificate (Vocational)

Planning to or studying towards a relevant undergraduate and/or post-graduate degree within the following fields:

  • Business Intelligence
  • Quantitative Risk Management
  • Actuarial Science
  • Data Mining
  • Information Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematical and Computer Science
  • Mathematical and/or statistical science
  • Statistics
  • Economics and Management Sciences
  • Mathematical and Economic Sciences
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Data Science
  • Higher Certificate: Information Systems ( Engineering)
  • Higher Certificate: Information Systems ( Internet Development)
  • Mathematics and mathematical statistics

Additional Requirements

  • Clear criminal and credit record
  • Willing to relocate and work in Stellenbosch

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Capitec Bursary / Scholarship Programme