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HCI Bursaries

The HCI Foundation Bursary Programme provides financial assistance to academically deserving and financially needy undergraduate students in any field of study and any year of study for a first tertiary qualification, or continuing students who enrol for Honours at a public University or University of Technology in South Africa.

HCI Bursary Selection
Although we strive to provide bursaries to as many as we can, not all will qualify. Please make sure you meet the mininum requirements that we have.

Who Must Apply

A South African citizen or a refugee (with the right to live, study/work in South Africa):

Age 35 years or under as of 30 September 2013.Studying for a first tertiary qualification orContinuing students who enrol for Honours.Enrolled or intending to enrol in a full-time course of study.Above 50% average for Matric or end of year results ( Life Orientation is not considered).Studying at a University or University of technology registered with the Department of Education, or intending …
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Abe Bailey Bursaries

Abe Bailey Travel Bursary

The objective is to broaden the views of young South Africans by enabling OUTSTANDING South African students / junior lecturers who show exceptional leadership qualities and a strong service ethic, through an all-expenses-paid three week educational tour to the United Kingdom. Furthermore, the intention with this bursary is to:
• Effect greater understanding and co-operation among those with various language and cultural backgrounds;
• Foster enterprise, commitment and effective participation in a common future;
• Promote South African unity.

The credo of the Abe Bailey Trust: “Leadership Development with the emphasis on Nation Building“

The following conditions apply:

• Nominees shall be students of not less than two years standing or members of the staff of junior lecturer status;
• Nominees must be of South African nationality;
• Nominees must be aged 25 or less at the start of the tour;
• Applicants should have a sound academic record;
• Applicants must …

Telkom Bursaries

Telkom Bursary Opportunities

Telkom allocates millions of rands for the development of South Africa. One of the areas where this money is directed is education. Telkom offers bursaries to students who are hard working and are from previously disadvantaged backgrounds. These bursaries are allocated for different fields of studies but the main focus is engineering and business.

How To Apply For Telkom Bursary

 Applications for Telkom bursaries are open every year and application forms can be collected from your nearest Telkom Centre for Learning (CFL). Bursary applicants must attach certified copies of identity document and most recent matric or tertiary results to the application form.
Telkom Bursary Application Dates

 The closing date for Telkom bursary is the 31st of July each year. This is to allow Telkom to conduct interviews and to complete the selection process before the end of the current year. Fully completed application forms must be posted to the addresses appearing on the …

Sapref Bursaries

Sapref bursaries are offered by the SAPREF refinery, which is jointly owned by Shell Refining SA and BP Southern Africa, is the largest crude oil refinery in sub-Saharan Africa. It is situated in Durban and is home to some of South Africa’s top petrochemical professionals.If you are studying towards a Bachelor of Science degree and have the potential, determination and zest to achieve, then you could qualify for a SAPREF bursary!

Sapref Bursaries Categories
Sapref offers bursaries to students in the following fields of study:
• Chemical Engineering
• Electronic Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
Sapref Bursaries Eligibility

Students who have obtained an exemption in grade 12 and who have been accepted at a recognised South African university and students who are already enrolled at university are eligible to apply. Selection is based primarily on academic merit. However, we look for well-rounded individuals who demonstrate potential to excel in other areas…

ArcelorMittal Bursary

ArcelorMittal South Africa is awaiting applications from recently graduated candidates to join their Graduate-in-Training programme.

Applicants for the commercial internship need to be in possession of a BCom Risk Management qualification from a recognised university.
The successful candidates will enter into a structured development programme which will run over a period of up to 24 months during which trainees will be exposed to various business processes and disciplines across functional boundaries in ArcelorMittal South Africa.
Applicants who meet the minimum requirements by demonstrating competencies relating to problem solving, communication, negotiation and presentation skills, supported by good interpersonal relationships with an orientation to achieve results, will be favourably considered.
It will be expected of short-listed candidates to report for a selection process and a pre-employment medical evaluation.
How To Apply

Fax or e-mail a complete CV, including a copy of y…

Exxaro Bursary Opportunities

Exxaro Bursaries Exxaro offers bursaries only to candidates currently in Grade 12 (or to recently matriculated candidates) who will commence with first year studies in the next academic year 2017. The selection process occurs annually with the support of the Exxaro Community Development Practitioners at all Exxaro Business Units.

Exxaro Mining Bursary Covers the following
Tuition feesBook feesResidence feesMealsMiscellaneous cash allowance

Bursaries will be awarded to study courses aligned with our business need:

a. B Eng/Bsc Degree in:

Civil EngineeringElectrical Engineering (heavy current)Industrial EngineeringMetallurgical EngineeringMining EngineeringGeology
b. B tech at University of Johannesburg in:

MiningMining Surveying
What the bursary offer?

The comprehensive bursary will cover tuition fees and allowances for books, residence and meals.

Practical work for bursary holders as prescribed by the institution of study.

Professional-in-Training programme after completion of studies.

Exciting c…

Murray & Roberts Bursaries Programme

If you have successfully completed your training in N3 Mechanotechnolgy, Mathematics, Engineering Science or Engineering Drawing and want to gain valuable on the job training, then this opportunity is for you. As part of building the Kusile Power Station in the Nkangala Region, Murray and Roberts Projects is creating the opportunity for practical training for 2014.

Training available:





Pipe Fitting

Proof that you have successfully completed:

N3 Mechanotechnology (50%)

N3 Mathematics (50%)

N3 Engineering Science (50%)

N3 Engineering Drawing (50%)


Steel Erecting

Proof that you have successfully completed

Technical Matric with Technical Drawing,

Mathematics and Physical Science.

N2 Engineering Drawing

N2 Engineering Science

N2 Mathematics

You must be able to provide your own accommodation and transport.

Be committed to achieve, and be willing to work shifts and overtime when required.

Willingness to enter into a contract with Murray and Ro…