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Bursary information pack rev 1 b 2011

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  1. 1. BURSARY INFORMATION PACKThe “where”, “what” and “how” of applying for bursaries for students inMatric in 2011 and plan on going to university in 2012.Disclaimer: this guide is not a substitute for the information provided by the respective bursary offices. Thisguide should be read in conjunction with the company bursary websites and any information provided bybursary institutes to obtain current and relevant information that may change as part of different companypolicies. -1–Updated 22 March 2011
  2. 2. ContentsINTRODUCTION 9SOME TIPS WHEN APPLYING FOR A BURSARY 11ABB INDUSTRIAL (PTY) LTD BURSARY SCHEME 12ABSA BURSARY SCHEME 14ACCENTURE BURSARY SCHEME 16AECI LTD BURSARY SCHEME 18AFRICON ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL BURSARY SCHEME 20AFROX BURSARY SCHEME 22AGRIBANK OF NAMIBIA BURSARY SCHEME 24AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAINEE (ATNS) BURSARY SCHEME 26ALEC BROOK BURSARY SCHEME 27ALLAN GRAY ORBIS FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP 29ANGLO-ALPHA BURSARY SCHEME 31ANGLO AMERICAN PLC OPEN SCHOLARSHIP 33ANGLO BASE METALS SCHOLARSHIP IN NORTHERN CAPE 36ANGLO COAL SCHOLARSHIP 38ANGLO GOLD ASHANTI BURSARY SCHEME 40ANGLO PLATINUM BURSARY SCHEME 42ATLAS CORP (MARIO PALLEGRINO FUND) BURSARY SCHEME 44ATTORNEYS FIDELITY FUND BURSARY SCHEME 46BABETTE TAUTE SCHOLARSHIPS 47BANK OF NAMIBIA BURSARY SCHEME 49BASIL READ BURSARY SCHEME 51 -2–Updated 22 March 2011
  3. 3. BATEMAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS BURSARY SCHEME 53BDO SPENCER STEWARD BURSARY SCHEME 55BHP BILLITON BURSARY SCHEME 57BIGEN AFRICA SERVICES (PTY) LTD BURSARY SCHEME 59BILL VENTER / FAK MUSIC BURSARY SCHEME 61BKS INCORPORATED BURSARY FUND 63CAS’ EDEN TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 65CAPE TOWN PRESS CLUB BURSARY SCHEME 67CETA BURSARY SCHEME 69CITY COUNCIL PORT ELIZABETH BURSARY SCHEME 71CITY COUNCIL OF SPRINGS BURSARY SCHEME 73COMPUTER SCIENCES CORPORATION (CSC) BURSARY SCHEME 75CORONATION STUDY TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 77CSIR BURSARY SCHEME 79DAVID HEPBURN BURSARY SCHEME 81DE BEERS BURSARY SCHEME 83DE BEERS INDUSTRIAL DIAMOND DIVISION BURSARY SCHEME 85DELOITTE & TOUCHE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (SA) BURSARY SCHEME 87DENEY REITZ ATTORNEYS BURSARY & SCHOLARSHIP 89DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR BURSARY SCHEME 90DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY BURSARY SCHEME 93DEPARTMENT OF WATER AFFAIRS AND FORESTRY BURSARY SCHEME 95DISCOVERY TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 97DR MCINTOSH TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 98DR TE DONGES STUDY FUND 99 -3–Updated 22 March 2011
  4. 4. EKHURULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY BURSARY SCHEME 102ERNST & YOUNG BURSARY SCHEME 105ESKOM BURSARY SCHEME 107EXXARO BURSARY SCHEME 109FLUOR DANIEL SA BURSARY SCHEME 111GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BURSARY SCHEME 113GENCOR BURSARY SCHEME 115GENREF LIMITED BURSARY SCHEME 117GFL (GOLD FIELDS) MINING SERVICE LTD BURSARY SCHEME 119GOLDER ASSOCIATES AFRICA (PTY) LTD BURSARY SCHEME 121GOLDFIELDS OF SA BURSARY SCHEME 123GOVERNMENT SERVICE BURSARY SCHEME: LIMPOPO GOVERNMENT SERVICE 125GOVERNMENT SERVICE BURSARY SCHEME: NORTH WEST PROVINCE GOVERNMENTSERVICE 127GRAHAMSTOWN FOUNDATION BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS: GERALD WRIGHTSCHOLARSHIP 129GRANT THORNTON KESSEL FEINSTEIN BURSARY SCHEME 131GRINAKER-LTA BURSARY SCHEME 133GRINAKER-LTA ROADS AND EARTHWORKS BURSARY SCHEME 135GROUP FIVE BURSARY SCHEME 137HATCH BURSARY SCHEME 139HCI (HOSKEN CONSOLIDATED INVESTMENT) FOUNDATION BURSARY PROGRAMME 141HIGHER EDUCATION SOUTH AFRICA (HESA) BURSARY SCHEME 144HIGHVELD STEEL BURSARY SCHEME 146ICI SA EDUCATIONAL TRUST 148ILLOVO SUGAR LTD BURSARY SCHEME 150 -4–Updated 22 March 2011
  5. 5. IMPALA PLATINUM BURSARY SCHEME 152INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (IDC) OF SA LTD BURSARY SCHEME 154INSTITUTE OF MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING SA (IMESA) BURSARY FUND 156INGWE BURSARY SCHEME 158INVESTEC BURSARY SCHEM 160ISCOR (ARCELOR MITTAL) BURSARY SCHEME 162JCI BURSARY SCHEME 164JOHANNESBURG WATER BURSARY SCHEME 166JOHN DEERE EDUCATIONAL TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 168KAGISO TRUST BURSARY SCHEME (INCL. ERIC MOLOBI SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME) 170KPMG BURSARY SCHEME 172KRUPP ENGINEERING (PTY) LTD BURSARY SCHEME 174KUMBA IRON ORE BURSARY SCHEME 176THE LAW STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP TRUST FUND 178LEGALWISE BURSARY SCHEME 180LIBERTY GROUP LIMITED BURSARY SCHEME 182LONMIN PLATINUM BURSARY SCHEME 184MBUYISELO NGWENDA BURSARY SCHEME 186MEDICAL EDUCATION FOR SA BLACKS (MESAB) BURSARY SCHEME 188METROPOLITAN LIFE LIMITED BURSARY SCHEME 190MINTEK BURSARY SCHEME 192MITTAL STEEL SA LTD BURSARY SCHEME 194MONDI SOUTH AFRICA BURSARY SCHEME 196MURRAY AND ROBERTS BURSARY SCHEME 198 -5–Updated 22 March 2011
  6. 6. NATIONAL ECONOMIC EDUCATION TRUST (NEET) 200NATIONAL TREASURY BURSARY SCHEME 202NEDBANK BURSARY FUND 204NIKE SPORTSWEAR SCHOLARSHIP 206OLD MUTUAL BURSARY SCHEME 208PALABORWA MINING CO. LTD BURSARY SCHEME 210PD NAIDOO & ASSOCIATES (PDNA) BURSARY SCHEME 212PHRIFP BURSARY SCHEME 214POLYFIN BURSARY SCHEME 216PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS BURSARY SCHEME 218PRIMEDIA FOUNDATION BURSARY SCHEME 220PROFESSIONAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY (PPS) CHAIRMAN’S SCHOLARSHIP & BURSARYFUND 222PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION KWAZULU-NATAL BURSARY SCHEME 224RAND WATER BURSARY SCHEME 226RICHARDS BAY COAL TERMINAL BURSARY SCHEME 228THE SA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (SAMA) HEAD OFFICE BURSARY SCHEME 230THE SA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (SAMA) EASTERN HIGHVELD BURSARY SCHEME 232SA SOCIETY OF MUSIC TEACHERS: ELLIE MARX MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 234SA SOCIETY OF MUSIC TEACHERS: GLADWELL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 236SABC EDUCATION BURSARY SCHEME IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NEMISA 238SAFRIPOL BURSARY SCHEME 239SAMANCOR BURSARY SCHEME 241SAMARA BURSARY SCHEME 243SAPPI BURSARY SCHEME 245 -6–Updated 22 March 2011
  7. 7. SASOL BURSARY SCHEME 247SAUVCA BURSARY SCHEME 249SAWISE HOPE SCHOLARSHIP 251SENTECH EDUCATIONAL FUND 253SIEMENS GRADUATE ENGINEERING BURSARY SCHEME 255SOUTH AFRICAN ACTUARIES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (SAADP) BURSARY SCHEME 257SOUTH AFRICAN BREWERIES: BEER DIVISION BURSARY SCHEME 259SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (SAICE) BURSARY SCHEME 261SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (SAIEE) BURSARY SCHEME 263SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS (SAIRR) BURSARY SCHEME 265SOUTH AFRICAN RIGHTS ORGANISATION (SAMRO) INTERMEDIATE MUSICCOMPOSITION BURSARY SCHEME 267SSI ENGINEERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS (PTY) LTD 269STIGLINGH MEMORIAL BURSARY SCHEME 271STUDY TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 273TELKOM BURSARY SCHEME 275TILLY STAPPER TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 278TRANSNET BURSARY SCHEME 279UNILEVER ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME 281UPSTREAM TRAINING TRUST (UTT) BURSARY SCHEME 283UWP CONSULTING BURSARY SCHEME 285VELA VKE CONSULTING ENGINEERS BURSARY SCHEME 287VODACOM FOUNDATION BURSARY SCHEME 289VOLKSWAGEN COMMUNITY TRUST BURSARY SCHEME 291WATSON EDWARDS (WSP GROUP) BURSARY SCHEME 293 -7–Updated 22 March 2011
  8. 8. WEBBER WENTZEL ATTORNEYS SCHOLARSHIP 295WERKSMANS ATTORNEYS BURSARY SCHEME 296WINIFRED WILSON BURSARY SCHEME 297RESOURCES (BURSARY ALLOCATORS & LOANS) 299REFERENCES 301 -8–Updated 22 March 2011
  9. 9. IntroductionThis information pack lists different companies and entities that offer bursaries for studying primarilyat a South African university. At the time of print some of these bursaries may not be available. Itis the responsibility of the student to ensure that they follow up on the application period andprocess of any bursary scheme. This guide tries to incorporate bursary opportunities in thefollowing fields of study:Engineering and Built Environment CommerceBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) BCom (Logistics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) BCom (Informatics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro- BCom (Procurement & Supply)Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics) BCom (Law)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) BCom (Accounting)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) BBScience (Marketing)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) BBScience (Finance)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) BBScience (CA Stream)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) BCom (Economics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical) BCom (Information Systems/Technology)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Humanities LawBA LLB (Law)BA (Dramatic Art)BA (Fine Art)BMus (Music)BA (Social Work)BA (Speech and Hearing Therapy)BA (Languages)BA (Literature)BA (Psychology)BA (Communication)BA (Journalism)Health Sciences ScienceBHSc (Health Sciences) BSc (Chemistry)BDS (Dental Science) BSc (Physics)MB BCh (Medicine & Surgery) BSc (Geology)BNurs (Nursing) BSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Occupational Therapy) BSc (Computer Science)BSc (Physiotherapy) BSc (Software Development)BPharm (Pharmacy) BSc (Mathematics) BSc (Microbiology) BSc (Botany) BSc (Zoology) BSc (Actuarial Science) -9–Updated 22 March 2011
  10. 10. In the compilation of this guide, there was a resounding number of bursaries for studies inengineering. However, students must not be dissuaded by the amount of bursaries there are forstudies in engineering. Students need to make a concerted effort in ensuring that they researchmany other possible companies for bursaries in their field of interest.“-“ or “?” indicate that the option is not offered or that the information was not available before goingto print.“x” indicates the degree that the bursary or scholarship will fund - 10 –Updated 22 March 2011
  11. 11. Some Tips when Applying for a BursaryPlease check the closing date before applying for any bursary or scholarship. Here are someimportant points to be considered when applying for a bursary. • You apply for a bursary when you are in grade 12 so that you can be sponsored for the next academic year of study at a tertiary institution, not after passing matric. • Remember to always fill in an updated bursary application form, for an example, if you are in grade 12 in 2010, your bursary application form should indicate that is for 2011 academic purposes. • Applying for a bursary doesn’t guarantee that you will get it, always apply to as many companies as possible to increase your chances. • Companies are looking for hard working students; those with good marks will be given preference. Applications arriving after closing date will not be considered. • Some bursaries have preferences for certain individuals with certain values or for learners from certain places; some might require you to study at institutions of their choice, please read the conditions carefully before applying. • The course that you are applying to be sponsored for should exactly be the same as the course you have applied for admission at a tertiary institution. • Applying for an admission at a tertiary institution and applying for a bursary are two different things, so they must be done separately. • Getting a bursary doesn’t automatically give you a tertiary admission; you have to apply for tertiary admission. • When returning the application form, please attach the required documents, e.g your grade 11 marks, requirements differ from a bursary to a bursary, some might require you to write an essay for motivation. • After returning the application, shortlisted candidates might be invited for an interview or an aptitude test. Then a conditional acceptance will be send to you should you be successful • After getting your grade 12 results, send a certified copy to the company to enable you to get a Bursary Confirmation Letter to register at their approved institution. Before signing the bursary contract, please take time to read and understand the terms and conditions as most of them are binding. • Remember that the company that is offering you a bursary is actually investing in you; you might be required to work for them after completing your studies for a certain period of time, but failing your tertiary studies may results in you being excluded by both the bursary and the institution. GOOD LUCK! - 11 –Updated 22 March 2011
  12. 12. ABB Industrial (Pty) Ltd Bursary SchemeFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at:Bursary enquiries: Human Resources, PO Box 673, 2008 http://www.abb.co.zaBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesTBC - 12 –Updated 22 March 2011
  13. 13. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 13 –Updated 22 March 2011
  14. 14. Absa Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering; Commerce; ScienceApplications open – close: 31 October 2011 (close)Applications available at: http://www.absa.co.za/absacoza/content.jsp?/ Home/Personal/Our- Customers/Students/Bursary-ProgrammeBursary enquiries: 0860 008 600; careers@absa.co.za; www.absa.co.zaBursary InformationWritten applicationOnline application xFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology)BSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Computer Science) xBSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics) xBSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) x - 14 –Updated 22 March 2011
  15. 15. CommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology) xConditions of BursaryEnter into employment with the company for a tenure equal to the period of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesMust have passed the first semester with a minimum aggregate of 65% and no failureof any subjects in current yearSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance - - 15 –Updated 22 March 2011
  16. 16. Accenture Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering, ITApplications open – close: 31 July 2011 (close)Applications available at: Accenture Education Trust P O Box 1587 Kelvin, 2054 or download application form from: www.careers.accenture.com/southafrica Submit CV, academic transcripts and original formBursary enquiries:Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology)BSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Computer Science) xBSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) - 16 –Updated 22 March 2011
  17. 17. Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesMaintain a certain average at university.Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance (3rd year) Yes - 17 –Updated 22 March 2011
  18. 18. AECI Ltd Bursary SchemeFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 30 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: http://www.aeci.co.za/ Scholarship Officer P O Box 112, Johannesburg 2000Bursary enquiries:Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro- xMechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths ?Science ? - 18 –Updated 22 March 2011
  19. 19. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance: ? - 19 –Updated 22 March 2011
  20. 20. Africon Engineering International Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering, scienceApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: P O Box 905, 0001 PretoriaBursary enquiries: 011 3946436Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology)BSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Computer Science) xBSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursary - 20 –Updated 22 March 2011
  21. 21. Eligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths HG CScience HG CSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance: ? - 21 –Updated 22 March 2011
  22. 22. Afrox Bursary SchemeFields of study: CommerceApplications open – close: 31 July 2011 (close)Applications available at: http://www.afrox.comBursary enquiries: Bursary.afrox@afrox.linde.com Tel: 0860 020202Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyCommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university (finished x1st year)Grade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesTBCSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ? - 22 –Updated 22 March 2011
  23. 23. Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 23 –Updated 22 March 2011
  24. 24. Agribank of Namibia Bursary SchemeFields of study: Commerce (including Agriculture)Applications open – close: 01 November 2011 (close)Applications available at: http://www.agribank.com.na/Bursary enquiries: Training Officer, Agribank of Namibia, Private Bag 13208, Windhoek info@agribank.com.na Tel: +264 61 207 4111Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology)BSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science)CommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream)BCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology) xConditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners (Namibian Citizens) x - 24 –Updated 22 March 2011
  25. 25. South African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesMust study at the University of NamibiaMust be a disadvantaged studentSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 25 –Updated 22 March 2011
  26. 26. Air Traffic Control Trainee (ATNS) Bursary SchemeFields of study: Air traffic controlApplications open – close: -Applications available at: www.atns.co.za/atc-trainee-bursary- programmeBursary enquiries: www.atns.co.zaBursary InformationWritten applicationOnline application xFields of StudyAviation via Air Traffic ServicesAir Traffic Controller xConditions of BursaryAn 18 month fixed term contract after phase 1 of the bursary schemeEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesMaths and English HG D or SG C or level 4 upwardsSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance - - 26 –Updated 22 March 2011
  27. 27. Alec Brook Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering, Health SciencesApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: -Bursary enquiries: F. Shortland, Syfrets Ltd. PO Box 466, Port Elizabeth, 6000Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro- xMechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Health SciencesBHSc (Health Sciences)BDS (Dental Science)MB BCh (Medicine & Surgery) xBNurs (Nursing)BSc (Occupational Therapy)BSc (Physiotherapy)BPharm (Pharmacy)Conditions of BursaryN/AEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South Africa - 27 –Updated 22 March 2011
  28. 28. For BursariesMust attend a university or university of technologySelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 28 –Updated 22 March 2011
  29. 29. Allan Gray Orbis Foundation FellowshipFields of study: Commerce, science (excl. medicine), engineering (only at UCT, NMMU, Rhodes, UP, UJ, UWC or WITS)Applications open – close: 31 May 2011 (close)Applications available at: www.allangrayorbis.org OR sms “fellow, (email address) or (fax number)” to 33427Bursary enquiries: 0861-2EXCEL (0861 239 235); fellowship@allangrayorbis.orgBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro- xMechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture) xBSc (Urban and Regional Planning) xBSc (Quantity Surveying) xScienceBSc (Chemistry) xBSc (Physics) xBSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science) xBSc (Software Development) xBSc (Mathematics) xBSc (Microbiology) xBSc (Botany) xBSc (Zoology) xBSc (Actuarial Science) x - 29 –Updated 22 March 2011
  30. 30. CommerceBCom (Logistics) xBCom (Informatics) xBCom (Procurement & Supply) xBCom (Law) xBCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing) xBBScience (Finance) xBBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics) xBCom (Information Systems/Technology) xConditions of BursaryNo post study obligations, Yearly renewal based on academic performanceEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university (1st year) xGrade 12 learners xSouth African, Namibian, Swazi and xBotswana citizens with valid ID numberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths Minimum C (Grade 11) ?Grade 11 average Minimum B ?Selection Process(Application) Short-listing: YesNational benchmarking tests YesInterviews: YesSelection camp & selection decision: YesBursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance: No - 30 –Updated 22 March 2011
  31. 31. Anglo-Alpha Bursary SchemeFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 31 July 2011 (close)Applications available at: Senior Personnel Officer P O Box 781868, 2146 SandtonBursary enquiries: 021 5570992Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths HG CScience HG CSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: - - 31 –Updated 22 March 2011
  32. 32. Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance: ? - 32 –Updated 22 March 2011
  33. 33. Anglo American PLC Open ScholarshipFields of study: AnyApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: www.angloamerican.co.uk Contact John Legoete at Careerwise for an application form PO Box 30632 Braamfontein 2017 South Africa Fax: +27 (0) 11 484 5951 E-mail detailed CV (including Academic Results, Degree and University) to: johnl@careerwise.co.zaBursary enquiries: +27 (0) 11 484 7505Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro- xMechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture) xBSc (Urban and Regional Planning) xBSc (Quantity Surveying) xScienceBSc (Chemistry) xBSc (Physics) xBSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science) xBSc (Software Development) xBSc (Mathematics) xBSc (Microbiology) xBSc (Botany) xBSc (Zoology) xBSc (Actuarial Science) x - 33 –Updated 22 March 2011
  34. 34. CommerceBCom (Logistics) xBCom (Informatics) xBCom (Procurement & Supply) xBCom (Law) xBCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing) xBBScience (Finance) xBBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics) xBCom (Information Systems/Technology) xHealth SciencesBHSc (Health Sciences) xBDS (Dental Science) xMB BCh (Medicine & Surgery) xBNurs (Nursing) xBSc (Occupational Therapy) xBSc (Physiotherapy) xBPharm (Pharmacy) xHumanitiesBA xBA (Dramatic Art) xBA (Fine Art) xBMus (Music) xBA (Social Work) xBA (Speech and Hearing Therapy) xBA (Languages) xBA (Literature) xBA (Psychology) xBA (Communication) xBA (Journalism) xLawLLB (Law) xConditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor Bursaries - 34 –Updated 22 March 2011
  35. 35. At least four A -symbols in matric mid-year examsAchievements in leadership, sport, cultural activities and communitySelection ProcessShort-listing:Interviews: October / November 2011; January 2012Selection decision:Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: R8 000 p/aComputer purchase allowance (3rd year) Yes - 35 –Updated 22 March 2011
  36. 36. Anglo Base Metals Scholarship in Northern CapeFields of study: Engineering and sciencesApplications open – close: ?Applications available at: www.angloamerican.co.uk Contact John Legoete at Careerwise for an application form PO Box 30632 Braamfontein 2017 South Africa Fax: +27 (0) 11 484 5951 E-mail detailed CV (including Academic Results, Degree and University) to: johnl@careerwise.co.zaBursary enquiries: +27 (0) 11 484 7505Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) - 36 –Updated 22 March 2011
  37. 37. Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths HG CScience HG CSelection ProcessShort-listing:Interviews: June / July 2011Selection decision: July 2011Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: R6 500 p/aComputer purchase allowance (3rd year) R10 000 - 37 –Updated 22 March 2011
  38. 38. Anglo Coal ScholarshipFields of study: Engineering, accounting and sciencesApplications open – close: 15 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: www.angloamerican.co.uk Contact John Legoete at Careerwise for an application form PO Box 30632 Braamfontein 2017 South Africa Fax: +27 (0) 11 484 5951 E-mail detailed CV (including Academic Results, Degree and University) to: johnl@careerwise.co.zaBursary enquiries: +27 (0) 11 484 7505Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) - 38 –Updated 22 March 2011
  39. 39. CommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths HG CScience HG CSelection ProcessShort-listing:Interviews: June / July 2011Selection decision: July 2011Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: R6 500 p/aComputer purchase allowance (3rd year) R10 000 - 39 –Updated 22 March 2011
  40. 40. Anglo Gold Ashanti Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering and scienceApplications open – close: 15 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: Career wise: 011 403-0933Bursary enquiries: bursar@anglogoldashanti.comBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursary - 40 –Updated 22 March 2011
  41. 41. Eligible CandidatesCurrent students at university (3rd / 4th xyear)Grade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: R6 100Computer purchase allowance (3rd year) R15 000 (laptop) - 41 –Updated 22 March 2011
  42. 42. Anglo Platinum Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering, science and commerceApplications open – close: 15 May 2011 (close)Applications available at: The Bursary Department ADC P O Box 450 KROONDAL 0350 Fax: (014) 596-5571Bursary enquiries: http://www.angloplatinum.com/Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry) xBSc (Physics)BSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) - 42 –Updated 22 March 2011
  43. 43. CommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South Africa xFor BursariesSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance (2nd year) Yes - 43 –Updated 22 March 2011
  44. 44. Atlas Corp (Mario Pallegrino Fund) Bursary SchemeFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 13 August 2011 (close)Applications available at: Human Resources Manager Mario Pallegrino Fund Atlas Copco (Pty) Ltd P.O. Box 607 SPRINGS 1560 Fax: (011) 365-4503 Suitable candidates should fax or post CV’s which contain the latest academic results.Bursary enquiries: Edwin.hlatshwayo@atlascopco.comBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university (2nd year) xGrade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesHave a good academic record - 44 –Updated 22 March 2011
  45. 45. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance: ? - 45 –Updated 22 March 2011
  46. 46. Attorneys Fidelity Fund Bursary SchemeFields of study: LawApplications open – close: 15 August 2011 (close)Applications available at: www.fidfund.co.za/pages/bursaries_text2.htm Send to: Operations Director, Attorneys Fidelity Fund, PO Box 3062, Cape Town, 8000Bursary enquiries: 021 424 5351 / vanessab@fidfund.co.zaBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyLawLLB (Law) xConditions of BursaryBursary can only be awarded for a maximum period of 2 yearsEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesBA (Law), BComm (Law), BJuris or BProcSuccessful completion of the first 2 years of the 4-year LLB curriculumSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: Amount of bursaryRegistration fees: variableExam fees:University accommodation:Residence meals:Book and pocket money:Computer purchase allowance - 46 –Updated 22 March 2011
  47. 47. Babette Taute ScholarshipsFields of study: Humanities / ArtsApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: The Trustees Babette Taute Trust Sanlam Trust P O Box 1260 SANLAMHOF 7532 Fax: (021) 947-6356Bursary enquiries: Tel: (021) 947-6364Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyHumanitiesBABA (Dramatic Art)BA (Fine Art)BMus (Music)BA (Social Work)BA (Speech and Hearing Therapy)BA (Languages) xBA (Literature) xBA (Psychology)BA (Communication)BA (Journalism)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South Africa xFor BursariesA really good academic record is a requirement of the award. However, the trusteesare also interested in other forms of merit: leadership, cultural or social areas, qualityof publications, and excellence as a teacher of English or a translator. - 47 –Updated 22 March 2011
  48. 48. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: Awarded amount of :Registration fees: R11 500Exam fees: (undergraduate, 3rd year)University accommodation:Residence meals: R15 000 (Honours)Book and pocket money: R2000 (final year)Computer purchase allowance: - - 48 –Updated 22 March 2011
  49. 49. Bank of Namibia Bursary SchemeFields of study: CommerceApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: Adverts in local newspaper every SeptemebrBursary enquiries: Manager: Human Resources, PO Box 2822, Windhoek, Namibia https://www.bon.com.na Tel: +264 61 283 5111Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyCommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance) xBBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics) xBCom (Information Systems/Technology) xConditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners (Namibian Citizen) xNamibian citizen with valid ID numberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesMust study at the University of NamibiaMust be a disadvantaged student with an average C symbolSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ? - 49 –Updated 22 March 2011
  50. 50. Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 50 –Updated 22 March 2011
  51. 51. Basil Read Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering and Built Environment & scienceApplications open – close: 30 July 2011 (close)Applications available at: www.basilread.co.zaBursary enquiries: Tel: (011) 418 6300Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture) xBSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying) xScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology) xBSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation equal to the tenure of the bursary - 51 –Updated 22 March 2011
  52. 52. Eligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths - -Science - -Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: 30 October 2011Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance: - - 52 –Updated 22 March 2011
  53. 53. Bateman Consulting Engineers Bursary SchemeFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 15 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: Career Wise (see Resources section)Bursary enquiries: http://www.bateman.co.za/ enquiries@bateman.comBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South Africa xFor BursariesMathematics (HG), minimum CScience (HG), minimum CSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: - - 53 –Updated 22 March 2011
  54. 54. Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 54 –Updated 22 March 2011
  55. 55. BDO Spencer Steward Bursary SchemeFields of study: Commerce (Charted Accountant)Applications open – close:Applications available at: www.bdo.co.za/careers/bursaries.aspBursary enquiries: bursaries@bdo.co.za 011 488 1700Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline application xFields of StudyCommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumber, or from Namibia, Botswana,Zambia, ZimbabwePermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesTBCSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: Yes - 55 –Updated 22 March 2011
  56. 56. Exam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance ? - 56 –Updated 22 March 2011
  57. 57. BHP Billiton Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering, scienceApplications open – close: 31 May 2011 (close)Applications available at: www.bhpbilliton.com BHP Billiton Bursary Scheme C/O Career Wise(Pty) Limited PO Box 30632, Braamfontein, 2017, South Africa info@careerwise.co.zaBursary enquiries: Tel: 011 484 7505Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology)BSc (Metallurgy) xBSc (Computer Science)BSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) - 57 –Updated 22 March 2011
  58. 58. Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South Africa xFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths HG CScience HG CSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money: YesComputer purchase allowance (2nd year) Yes - 58 –Updated 22 March 2011
  59. 59. Bigen Africa Services (Pty) Ltd Bursary SchemeFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 15 October 2011 (close)Applications available at: http://www.bigenafrica.com/ The Bursary Officer Bigen Africa Services (Pty) Ltd P.O. Box 40193 ARCADIA 0007Bursary enquiries: Tel (012) 842-8734Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths -Science - - 59 –Updated 22 March 2011
  60. 60. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: -Residence meals: -Book and pocket money: -Computer purchase allowance (2nd year) - - 60 –Updated 22 March 2011
  61. 61. Bill Venter / FAK Music Bursary SchemeFields of study: Humanities (Music)Applications open – close: 15 November 2011 (close)Applications available at: -Bursary enquiries: FAK: Managing Director, PO Box 73169, Lynwood Ridge, 0040 fak@mweb.co.zaBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyHumanitiesBA (Music)BA (Dramatic Art)BA (Fine Art)BMus (Music) xBA (Social Work)BA (Speech and Hearing Therapy)BA (Languages)BA (Psychology)BA (Communication)BA (Journalism)Conditions of BursaryThe winner of the bursary must be willing and available to perform at a concert or other function inSAEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesStudents who are interested in further musical studies overseasSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ? - 61 –Updated 22 March 2011
  62. 62. Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 62 –Updated 22 March 2011
  63. 63. BKS Incorporated Bursary FundFields of study: EngineeringApplications open – close: 30 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: Personnel Manager P O Box 31865,2017 BraamfonteinBursary enquiries:Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths ?Science ?Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: - - 63 –Updated 22 March 2011
  64. 64. Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance: ? - 64 –Updated 22 March 2011
  65. 65. CAs’ Eden Trust Bursary SchemeFields of study: CommerceApplications open – close: 30 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: Respective tertiary institutesBursary enquiries: Bursary Co-ordinator, Cas’ Eden Trust, PO Box 59875, Kengray, 2100Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyCommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting with Honours) xBBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream) xBCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology)Conditions of BursaryN/AEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university xGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesTBCSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ? - 65 –Updated 22 March 2011
  66. 66. Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 66 –Updated 22 March 2011
  67. 67. Cape Town Press Club Bursary SchemeFields of study: HumanitiesApplications open – close: 31 May 2011 (close)Applications available at:Bursary enquiries: PO Box 23566, Claremont, 7735 headoff@mweb.co.za www.capetownpc.org.zaBursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyHumanitiesBABA (Dramatic Art)BA (Fine Art)BMus (Music)BA (Social Work)BA (Speech and Hearing Therapy)BA (Languages)BA (Psychology)BA (Communication)BA (Journalism) xConditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at university (3rd / 4th xyear)Grade 12 learnersSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesStudents at a Cape university or university of technologySelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ? - 67 –Updated 22 March 2011
  68. 68. Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 68 –Updated 22 March 2011
  69. 69. CETA Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering and Built EnvironmentApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: Bursaryadmin1@ceta.co.za / bursaryadmin2@ceta.co.zaBursary enquiries: 011 265 5900Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentFor DegreesBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture) xBSc (Urban and Regional Planning) xBSc (Quantity Surveying) xBSc (Construction Management / xEconomics / Studies)For National Diploma / BTechBTech (Architecture) xBTech (Construction Management) xBTech Engineering (Civil) xBTech (Quantity Surveying) xNDip Engineering (Civil) xNDip (Real Estate) xNDip (Architecture) xNDip (Town and Regional Planning) xNDip (Quantity Surveying) xConditions of BursaryTBC - 69 –Updated 22 March 2011
  70. 70. Eligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumber (age: 16 -35)Permanent residents in South AfricaFor Bursaries60% Grade 12 average with Maths and Physical Science both at Level 5 and aboveSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance : ? - 70 –Updated 22 March 2011
  71. 71. City Council Port Elizabeth Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering and Built EnvironmentApplications open – close: 30 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: Port Elizabeth Transitional Local Council Personnel Manager P O Box 116, 6000 Port ElizabethBursary enquiries: http://www.nelsonmandelabay.gov.za/; 041 506 5555Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer)BSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning) xBSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths A/BScience A/B - 71 –Updated 22 March 2011
  72. 72. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: YesRegistration fees: YesExam fees: YesUniversity accommodation: YesResidence meals: YesBook and pocket money (excludes R1 380allowance for books):Computer purchase allowance: - - 72 –Updated 22 March 2011
  73. 73. City Council of Springs Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering: all disciplinesApplications open – close: 30 September 2011 (close)Applications available at: Head: Personnel Services P O Box 45, 1560 SpringsBursary enquiries: http://www.ekurhuleni.com/; 011 999 8517Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electro- xMechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Civil) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Mining) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical) xBEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)Conditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid IDnumberPermanent residents in South AfricaFor BursariesRequired Subjects Old Curriculum Symbols New Curriculum MarkMaths - -Science - -Applicants shall have attended a local high school for a period of two years prior tothe date of application; or the parents or lawful guardians of the applicants shall haveresided within the municipality of Springs for a period of two years prior to the date ofapplication; or the parents or lawful guardians of the applicants must own propertywithin the municipality of Springs on which assessment rates are paid to the Council. - 73 –Updated 22 March 2011
  74. 74. Selection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance: ? - 74 –Updated 22 March 2011
  75. 75. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) Bursary SchemeFields of study: Engineering, Science, CommerceApplications open – close: 15 June 2011 (close)Applications available at: Career Wise (see Resources section)Bursary enquiries: http://www.csc.com/Bursary InformationWritten application xOnline applicationFields of StudyEngineering and Built EnvironmentBEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechatronics)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic)BEng or BSc Engineering (Civil)BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial)BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining)BEng or BSc Engineering (Aeronautical)BEng or BSc Engineering (Computer) xBSc (Architecture)BSc (Urban and Regional Planning)BSc (Quantity Surveying)ScienceBSc (Chemistry)BSc (Physics)BSc (Geology)BSc (Metallurgy)BSc (Computer Science) xBSc (Software Development)BSc (Mathematics)BSc (Microbiology)BSc (Botany)BSc (Zoology)BSc (Actuarial Science) - 75 –Updated 22 March 2011
  76. 76. CommerceBCom (Logistics)BCom (Informatics)BCom (Procurement & Supply)BCom (Law)BCom (Accounting)BBScience (Marketing)BBScience (Finance)BBScience (CA Stream)BCom (Economics)BCom (Information Systems/Technology) xConditions of BursaryService binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursaryEligible CandidatesCurrent students at universityGrade 12 learners xSouth African citizen with valid ID xnumberPermanent residents in South Africa xFor BursariesMathematics (HG), minimum C symbolScience (HG), minimum C symbolSelection ProcessShort-listing: -Interviews: -Selection decision: -Bursary InclusionsUniversity tuition fees: ?Registration fees: ?Exam fees: ?University accommodation: ?Residence meals: ?Book and pocket money: ?Computer purchase allowance ? - 76 –Updated 22 March 2011

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