FPE Bursaries 2016 - 2017

FPE Bursaries 2016 - 2017

Through the Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (FPE) the Pharmaceutical Society promotes and administers the availability of bursaries for undergraduate study of pharmacy at recognised institutions in SA from the second year of study onwards.

Undergrad application form for 2017 will be available in July 2016

Postgraduate bursaries

In addition the Foundation also makes bursaries available for postgraduate study in pharmacy related subjects.
An application form can be downloaded in October each year or contact your Pharmacy School for a copy.

Postgraduate application form for 2017 will be available in October 2016

Who Can Apply?

• Only pharmacy students from the second year of study – no first year applications will be considered (Grade 12’s also excluded)
• Only South African citizens FOR HOW LONG?
• Only one academic year at a time
• Recipients of bursaries must submit a new application each year for renewal of bursaries
All relevant criteria are taken into consideration during the allocations, including:
• Financial circumstances of the applicant (most weighted criteria) – applicants whose
family income exceeds R130 000 per annum before tax are seldom eligible for financial
• Academic achievement – all subjects must be passed – minimum 60% average
• Dependants of the supporter still studying – tertiary institutions, scholars
• Other financial assistance – bursaries, loans etc.
• Special circumstances
• Sponsor specific criteria

How To Apply?

Apply online

Enter your email for bursary forms:

Mtema Mashao Bursary

Mtema Mashao Bursary

The purpose of this study policy is to assist potential future employees of the Company to improve their education and skills in order to maximize efficiency and productivity of the Company.

Applications for the following academic year shall be submitted not later than 30 October of the current year.

Mtema Mashao Bursary Requirements

All South Africans between the ages of 18 and 26 years of age.
Preference would be given to those from poor family backgrounds but who meets the minimum admission requirements of the tertiary institution(s) of his / her choice.
Applicants must have achieved excellent academic results (aggregate symbol C).
The Company shall have the discretion to decide on who should be granted the financial assistance.

In exercising the discretion, the company shall be guided by its business needs and financial position.

How to Apply for Mtema Mashao Bursary

Bursary Enquiries

For more information visit the Mtema Mashao website

Bursary Inclusion:
The company shall pay for the following:
Full tuition
Prescribed books
Meals (provided by the institution or service provider appointed
by the institution; money shall be paid directly to the institution
and not to the bursary holder)

Samro Bursaries

Samro Bursaries 2017 - 2018

Music Bursaries for students at South African Universities

The SAMRO Foundation invites applications for bursaries for music studies. The SAMRO bursaries requirements are:

full-time students,
registered at a South African University, in their
2nd, 3rd and 4th years, or honours, masters or doctoral degrees, who are
Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho or Swaziland, who are
studying for a degree or diploma majoring in music.

Regrettably the SAMRO Foundation is not presently in a position to award bursaries to:

students from private higher education institutions;
university students in their 1st year of study;
students in foundation or bridging programmes.
Each bursary is worth R10 000.

The closing date for submission of online applications: 31 March 2016

The Samro Bursary Application Forms

Before applicants start to fill in the form they should source following digital documents that will need to be uploaded before submitting the application:

Copy of ID Document
Proof of 2016 registration
2015 Examination results or most recent academic record (university transcript)
2 Letters of reference (not older than 3 months)
For Masters and Doctoral applicants - a 5 to 8 page synopsis of your thesis or dissertation.
We request that all communications including reference letters be provided in English

Please only submit what has been requested. Additional material will be discarded.

Disqualification criteria: Applications will not be considered if

any section of the form is incomplete
supporting documents are missing
more than one proposal is submitted per student
the application is submitted after the deadline of 31 March 2016
Terms and conditions:

The decisions of the independent adjudication panel will be final, subject only to confirmation by SAMRO Foundation’s Board
Awarded bursaries will be communicated to the relevant Heads of Department and paid directly to the relevant universities for the relevant year.
Bursaries are restricted to the degrees/diplomas stated in the applications and may not be transferred to other degrees/diplomas
Bursary awards are for payment of tuition fees only
Bursaries may only be used in the academic year in which they are awarded
For further information, please email
anriette.chorn@samro.org.za or naseema.yusuf@samro.org.za

Download the Reference Letter Guidelines below

Sappi Bursaries Available

Sappi Bursaries 2017 - 2018

Sappi bursaries scheme is intended to cater for talented, high flyers and innovative young South African citizens; it is a talent-based approached where applicants who meet the minimum criteria may be invited to a selection interview. Sappi awards a number of bursaries each year based on our annual skills audit and business needs.

Sappi Bursaries Available

  • BSc Electrical Engineering
  • BSc Chemical Engineering
  • BSc Mechanical Engineering
  • BSc Forestry

Applications for Bursaries open from August to September every year.

Candidate Requirements:
South African citizens studying or intending to study full time at any South African accredited universities.
Bursaries are for school leavers and current university students aged between 18 and 25 years.
An average of 70-80% in Mathematics (Not Maths Literacy); 70-80% in Physical Science and 65% in English
Must have qualifying points for entrance at the university or acceptance confirmation
Current university results would be considered for undergraduates students.

How to Apply:
Interested persons, who meet the above requirements, are invited to:

eMail their CV, motivational letter and results to: bursary.recruitment@sappi.com
Post your applications to:
The ETQA Manager, Human Resources, Sappi Southern Africa Ltd, PO Box 31560, Braamfontein, 2001
Hand in their applications at their local HR Department.

Bursary Equiries:

For more information visit Sappi

Conditions of Bursary:
Service binding contract after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursary

Bursary Inclusion:
University tuition fees
Registration fees
Exam fees
Book and pocket money

Oasis Bursaries Opportunities

Oasis Bursaries Opportunities

Oasis Group Holdings (Pty) Limited are an innovative investment management firm, providing wealth management solutions to their clients and specialising in fund administration and investment management.

Oasis bursaries are offered to bright young students whose career path falls within their line of business.

Oasis Bursaries Available

Oasis bursaries will be awarded to students within the following fields of study:

Accounting/ Finance
Financial Advisory
Human Resources
Information Technology
Investment Research
Legal/ Compliance

Bursary Eligibility

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:

South African citizen,
Studying or intending on studying in one of the aforementioned fields of study.

How To Apply?

The latest application form can be downloaded from: http://www.oasis.co.za/ under the “Careers” and “Bursary” tab.

The following documents must accompany the complete application form:

ID document (certified copy),
Colour photo (passport size) to be attached to the top right corner of the first page,
Full academic portfolio (from Grade 10 to present) (certified copy),
Matric results certificate, if completed Grade 12 (certified copy),
Acceptance letter to study at a recognised tertiary institution,
Tax invoice of tertiary fees (from the tertiary institution),
Medical certificate (for applicants that have any chronic illnesses or disabilities) (certified copy),
Proof of household income and dependants (certified copy),
Budget/ breakdown of monthly income & expenses,
2 x testimonials (one from your school principal and one from a community leader),
Motivational letter explaining your working experience, leadership roles and why you should be awarded the bursary (to be written by the applicant – full page, typed and signed),
Optional: a recommendation letter by your parent/ guardian.

Complete application forms and supporting documents must be submitted in one of the following ways:
1) Post:
The Bursary Officer
Oasis Crescent Fund Trust
P.O. Box 1217
Cape Town
2) Hand-delivered:
The Bursary Officer
Oasis Crescent Fund Trust
Oasis House
96 Upper Roodebloem Road
University Estate
Cape Town

Oasis Crescent Fund Trust
4th Floor, West Office Tower
Nelson Mandela Square

Oasis Crescent Fund Trust
Shop 49, The Ridge@Shallcross
90 Shallcross Road

3) Fax: 021 413 7909
4) Email: bursary@za.oasiscrescent.com

Application Dates

14 August annually.

Bursary Contact Address

For any bursary queries, please contact:
Tel: 021 413 7860 (Cape Town)
Tel: 011 263 7860 (Johannesburg)
Tel: 031 409 0786 (Durban)
Email: bursary@za.oasiscrescent.com

PriceWaterCoopers Bursaries

PriceWaterCoopers Bursaries

The PriceWaterCoopers (PwC) offices in Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa is inviting applications for its 2017 Bursaries for Chartered Accountancy studies at SAICA-accredited  South African university.

By the end of the bursary and on completion of studies, candidates will be required to enter into a paid learner training contract in order qualify as a CA. The bursary opportunity is open to students currently studying a relevant accountancy degree OR matric learners planning to study towards an CA(SA) degree in 2017.

Bursary Application Requirements

You have to meet the following minimum requirements in order to be considered for this bursary opportunity

You have to be studying OR intending to study towards a Chartered Accountancy (CA(SA)) qualification at a SAICA-recognised university;
Must be obtaining more than 60% for all Grade 12/Matric subjects;
IF you are still in Grade 12/ Matric, you must be writing for matric exemption and university acceptance, with pure Mathematics and English; and
IF you are already at university, you must obtain consistent passes in all subjects.

How to apply?


Cliffe Dekker Bursaries Opportunities

Cliffe Dekker Bursaries Opportunities

It is important to note that the on-line application process requires of you to complete four separate sections: 1) personal details; 2) academic details; 3) attachments and 4) a declaration.

It is important that you complete all these sections and that you attach all relevant documents.

We are not in a position to consider incomplete applications.

Please ensure that you have enough time to complete this on-line form and that you have all the information and attachments/annexures at hand before you start the process.

The annexures are as follows (Word, PDF or Rich Text format at 3.5 MB max each):

a letter in your own words that best describes you and why you believe your future lies with us
your curriculum vitae
copies of identification document or driver's licence
your Grade 12 (matric) results
a full academic University transcript
Please let us know should you have any problems with the on-line application.

Bursary Application Dates

It is advisable to apply sooner rather than later and not to wait for the closing date.

The relevant dates are as follows:

Applications for our Winter Vacation Programme (July 2016) close on 1 March 2016.
Applications for our Summer Vacation Programme (January 2017) close on 1 August 2016.
Articles of clerkship:

Applications for Candidate Attorney positions for 2016 and 2017 with Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr in Johannesburg and Cape Town have closed.
Applications for Candidate Attorney positions for 2018 (commencing January 2018) in Johannesburg and Cape Town close on 1 May 2016.

How To Apply?

Please apply online.

Trudon Bursaries

Trudon Bursary 2016 - 2017

Trudon Bursaries Application Requirements

Be a South African citizen or permanent resident
Able to provide proof of his/her current academic results and be in possession of a grade 12 exemption certificate with Maths
Be accepted by the chosen university for the specific course
Be a second or third year student studying full time at a recognised South African university (that is acceptable to Trudon) towards an undergraduate degree in:
Informatics or IT Management

Computer Science and Informatics or Information Technology / Mathematical Science

Multimedia Design

Digital Media Studies

Multimedia Design and Digital Media Studies are awarded to students studying towards a Bachelor of Information Science (Publishing and Multimedia) and or Graphic Design qualification.
These degrees represent fields of relevance to the company. The main criteria for the selection of applications are financial need and academic potential.
Trudon does not award bursaries towards post-graduate studies.

Academic Requirements

Second or third year tertiary students: Majors and overall average minimum 60%.
What does the bursary cover?

Registration and Tuition fees
Book Allowance
Residence fees (where applicable)
How will my progress be monitored?

Bursaries are reviewed after each examination based on the student’s academic performance and renewed annually.
All bursaries are granted on merit but preference is given to black (Africans, Coloureds and Indian) applicants.

What happens after graduation?

After graduation, the student may be required to work 12 to 18 months for Trudon
Should the bursary recipient not accept the contract of employment, repayment will become due of all monies owed to the Company
In-Service training periods are excluded from this period. The obligation period for tertiary students will only commence after successful completion of the graduation programme.

How To Apply?

Apply online

GWK Bursaries

GWK Bursaries 2016 - 2017

GWK is a company that is uniquely positioned with a complete range of products and services, offered by a diverse group of businesses that focus on comprehensive solutions for modern agribusiness.

GWK Bursary Information

The Ben Scholtz Bursary Fund offers deserving students the opportunity to obtain a qualification in one of the career options within GWK, or in scarce skills. These skills include agricultural economists, agriculturists, Safex traders, grain procurers, buyers and programmers.

GWK Bursary Value

The bursary fund may be used for registration, class and book fees up to the value of the bursary amount approved.

Candidates, who obtain a qualification, will be considered for vacancies within the GWK Group. If there are no vacancies available, the bursary will be converted to a loan, which must be repaid.

How To Apply

Apply online via GWK website.

Sun International Opportunities

Sun International Opportunities

Windmill casino will be running a Learnership Programme (NQF level 4) for 9 Learners in the Food & Beverage Department for a period of 18 months.

Required Education

Matric €“ Hospitality as a subject will advantageous

Required Experience

Above average communication Skills
Self-motivated and Reliable
Integrity and honesty
People orientated
Skills and Knowledge

Attention to detail
Confidence and an outgoing personality are a must
High level of concentration
Must be a well groomed individual
Key Performance Areas:

The learnership entails on the-job and off -the -job training in the Food Beverage
Perform day to day Food and beverage department duties under supervision ,while doing on the job training
Identifying cheating and suspicious Activities
To create an environment that enhances excellent customer service
Windmill Casino€™s values and culture are practises
Security of tables operation
Successful Candidates will be given a monthly allowance

How To Apply

Apply online

Similar Opportunities

Armscor Career Opportunities

SITA Bursaries

IFA Bursaries 2016 – 2017

Jones & Wagener Bursaries

Sappi Bursaries 2016 Application Forms

Standard Bank Learnerships Programme R10 000

ATNS Bursaries

ATNS Bursaries 2016 - 2017

ATNS is proud to invite dynamic and enthusiastic individuals to apply to be part of the Aeronautical Information Management Officer bursaries programme.

ATNS Bursaries Available

ATS flight-planning
Static and dynamic data management
Publication of Integrated Aeronautical Information packages
Aeronautical flight procedural design and charting
Aeronautical surveying
This bursar programme facilitates the initial training and exposure necessary to take the first steps along an interesting and ever-evolving journey in the field of Aeronautical Information Management.

ATNS Bursary Requirements

Be a minimum of 18-years-old
Have Grade 12 with maths and English (HG D or SG C or level 4 upwards)
Be a South African citizen
Be medically fit
Aeronautical Information Management is the skeletal and vascular system of the Air Traffic Management body. There exist opportunities to grow and develop skills in the following careers within Aeronautical Information Management.

ATNS Bursaries Details

The training bursary provides each bursar with an opportunity to conduct their studies at the ATNS Aviation Training Academy (ATA) in Bonaero Park.

ATNS Bursary Value

Cost of tuition for the ATS Core Content Course
Accommodation, on a sharing basis, at a guest lodge arranged by the ATNS ATA
Transport to and from the ATNS ATA, as per study and practical requirements
Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
A monthly allowance
10 days of non-academic activities as determined by the study programme coordinators

Bursary Obligation

After the successful completion of the initial course at the ATNS ATA, ATNS may offer the bursar a six months fixed-term contract to complete the necessary operational on-the-job training in either flight-planning or aeronautical communications. In terms of the bursary contract, the successful bursar accepts this contract. During this time, the bursar receives a salary and is no longer eligible for company accommodation, transport and so on. Medical aid and pension are not provided as benefits during this contract period. Learners will be working in a shift environment and must ensure that they are on time for their shifts.

Bursary requirements

Bursars are required to pass all of their modules, courses and examinations in order for the bursary to continue. Should a bursar not successfully complete an examination or assessment, but achieve more than 50%, he/she may be given the opportunity to rewrite or be re-assessed. Should he/she still not be successful, the bursary will be terminated.

Should a bursar choose not to undertake the fixed-term contract, ATNS may claim the investment made to date by the company. During the fixed-term contract the bursar must complete all of the necessary validations required to perform solo duties as an AIM Officer. The learner’s performance is continually monitored during this time and feedback is provided on an ongoing basis.

Within one month of the end of the fixed-term contract, the line manager will take a decision regarding offering the learner permanent employment as an AIM Officer with ATNS. Permanent employment will include an AIM Officer salary and full benefits (including medical aid, pension and so on). On acceptance of the offer, the AIM learner becomes a fully-fledged member of the ATNS’s Aeronautical Information Management team. He/she will be obliged to work for ATNS for one year in terms of the bursary agreement.

Implats Bursaries

Implats Bursaries 2016 - 2017

Implats bursaries are now open for applications from all applicants who are confident that the do meet the minimum criteria of a university exemption pass and a minimum C symbol in mathematics and science.

Implats Bursaries Available

Electrical (heavy current)
Chemistry to honours level
Geology to honours level
Accounting to honors level
Human Resources Bcom to honors level

Implats Bursary Value

Implats bursaries covers the following expenses:

Registration and tuition fees for the duration of the course
Residence fees
Cash allowance
Personal computer allowance from second year of study

Should you be awarded an Implats bursary, you will be required to work for the company for the full period of the bursary and to undertake vacation work at the company at the end of each year.

NB: Please print and complete the application form to be submitted with copies of the following documents:

Your CV
ID document (certified)
Proof of latest results (certified)

Please post your application to:


What we are looking for
Implats is looking for people who
are able to work under pressure
have leadership potential, combined with the ability to work in a team
have good problem-solving abilities
are tenacious
have common sense
are able to make decisions and to think logically
are self-motivated, and
have good communication skills

How To Apply?

If you meet the minimum criteria and you would like to apply for a bursary, please fill in the application form

BBD Bursaries For 2016

BBD Bursaries For 2016

At BBD they are committed to providing opportunities for students and professionals looking to make a difference and work on exciting projects that vary from day to day.

The projects that we design and implement have a tangible effect on people from all walks of life, and so we ask for nothing less but total dedication, absolute professionalism and unbridled enthusiasm (bordering on the manic) from our new recruits.

Bursaries Available

A South African citizen currently studying at a South African high school?
Preparing to study at a South African university?
Passionate about creating and building software?

Studying Computer Science, Software and Computer Engineering, Informatics or any related IT fields?

Do you have a minimum academic average of 65% in the above subjects?
If this sounds like you, and you’re chomping at the bit to get your IT-related degree, so that you can wow the world with your software skills, then BBD’s Bursary Programme could help you with some of the costs associated with your university studies.

These include tuition fees, prescribed books, accommodation and meals, and a monthly allowance for food.... Or computer games.

Boston College Short Courses

Boston College Short Courses

Boston College short courses fall within various fields of studies covering the following:

  • Accounting studies
  • HIV - AIDS
  • Hospitality and Leisure studies
  • IT (Information Technology)
  • Legal studies
  • Management studies
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Secretarial and Office Administration
  • Services Industry
  • Sport Administration

Each of these categories comprises of a list of Boston College short course as listed below:

Boston College Short Courses  - Accounting Studies

  • Administration Assistant
  • Assistant Bookkeeper
  • Bookkeeper
  • Certifed Financial Accountant National Diploma
  • Certified Accounting Technician
  • Certified Junior Bookkeeper
  • Certified Senior Bookkeeper
  • Certified Technical Financial Accountant
  • Credit Controller - Assistant Bookkeeper
  • Debt Recovery studies
  • Local Government Accounting Certificate

Boston College Short Courses  - HIV/Aids

  • HIV - AIDS Counselling and Management

Boston College Short Courses  - Hospitality and Leisure

  • Hospitality Management
  • Hotel and Catering Operations
  • Reservations and Front-of-House Officer
  • Tourism
  • Travel and Tourism Operations

Boston College Short Courses  - IT

  • Computer Clerk
  • Computer Technician
  • Data Capturer
  • Information Technology
  • Introduction to Web Design
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: Private Cloud
  • Networking Specialist
  • Networking Technician
  • Security Technician / Administrator
  • Server Support Administrator
  • Software Specialist

Boston College Short Courses  - Legal Studies

  • Conveyancing Secretary
  • Paralegal course
  • Paralegal Practice National Certificate

Boston College Short Courses  - Management Studies

  • Business Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • General Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Human Resource Management and Practices Support
  • Project Management
For more information on Boston College short courses please contact Boston directly via website

FET Colleges In Limpopo

Capricorn College
Lephalale College
Letaba College
Mopani South College
Sekhukhune College
Vhembe College
Waterberg College

FET Colleges In KZN

Coastal KZN College
Elangeni College TVET
Esayidi College
Majuba College
Mnambithi College
Mthashana College
Thekwini College
Umfolozi TVET College
Umgungundlovu College

FET Colleges In Gauteng

Central Johannesburg College
Ekurhuleni East College TVET
Ekurhuleni West TVET College
Sedibeng College
South West Gauteng College
Tshwane North College
Tshwane South College
Western College

FET Colleges In Free State

Flavius Mareka College
Goldfields College
Maluti College
Motheo College

Eastern Cape FET Colleges

Eastern Cape FET Colleges

Here is the list of FET colleges located in the Eastern Cape:

Buffalo City College
Eastcape Midlands College
Ikhala College
Ingwe College
King Hintsa College
King Sabata Dalindyebo College
Lovedale College
Port Elizabeth College

FET Colleges In South Africa

FET Colleges In South Africa

Eastern Cape
Free State
Kwazulu Natal
Limpopo Province
Northern Cape
North West Province
Western Cape

Universities of Technology In South Africa

Universities of Technology

Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Central University of Technology
Durban University of Technology
Tshwane University of Technology
Vaal University of Technology (Vanderbijlpark) (Ekurhuleni) (Secunda) (Upington)

Universities In South Africa

Universities In South Africa

South Africa has many universities offering various courses that are recognized by SAQA. Here is the list of universities in South Africa:

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (Eastern Cape)
University of Cape Town (Western Cape)
University of Johannesburg (Gauteng)
University of Pretoria
University of the Free State (Free State)
University of the Witwatersrand
University of Zululand
University of KwaZulu Natal

Institutions of Higher Learning In South Africa

Institutions of higher learning in South Africa are those that are recognized by the Department of Higher Educaton and Training. Course offered in these institutions are registered with South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Students are warned not to registered for courses that are not recognized by SAQA.

Institutions of higher learning are:

Univ. of Technology
FET Colleges
Priv. Institutions

Visit SAQA website to check if your institutions is recognized and registered.

ETDP SETA Bursaries

ETDP SETA Bursaries

The Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority is one of 23 SETAs established as a result of the Skills Development Act. The main purpose of the SETAs is to address skills shortages in South Africa by identifying the skills needs of specific industries and sectors, to be a conduit to up-skilling both employed and unemployed citizens, to assess and monitor their progress and ensure that they successfully complete their programmes and are certified as competent to compete in the workplace and find suitable employment.


Anglo American Bursaries


The ETDP SETA focuses on the Education, Training and Development sector and promotes and facilitates skills development in this sector and achieves its goals through a number of different skills development interventions including bursaries, amongst others.

ETDP SETA Bursaries Available

• B.Ed Mathematics and Science
• B.Ed Foundation Phase
• Certificate in Education
• B Com
• BSc Applied Mathematics
• Masters in Commerce
• ACE in Leadership and Management
• Computer Studies
• Human Resources Management
• Public Finance.

There are a number of bursaries available for learners who have successfully completed Grade 12 and wish to pursue a career in the ETD sector. If this describes you, please apply to the ETDP SETA and the Department of Education or enquire about other funding schemes.

Unemployed South Africans who are previously disadvantaged but interested in studying towards qualifications in the ETD sector, especially in scarce and critical skills areas.

Employed South Africans from previously disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in specialising in an ETD sector field of study identified by the ETDP SETA.

How To Apply for ETDP SETA Bursaries

Unemployed learners can contact the ETDP SETA 011 628 5000 or visit website www.etdpseta.org.za

Russian Government Scholarship for South African Students 2016

The Russian Government is making available scholarships for South African students to study at Russian institutions from the academic year 2016/17.

These scholarship may be awarded for undergraduate (Bachelors) or postgraduate (Masters or PhD) studies. Preference is given to postgraduate applications.

Application Criteria

- South African citizens in good health with a strong academic record.
- Available to study in Russia from September 2016 (no extensions will be allowed).
- Demonstrated interest in Russia and commitment to the development of South Africa.
- Applications from all qualified candidates in any field will be accepted, but priority will be given to applications for postgraduate studies

Bursaries Available

 Biotechnology
 Climate change
 Engineering sciences
 Maritime studies
 Natural and physical sciences
 Nuclear and renewable energy
 Space science and technology
 Statistics
 Telecommunication

All students must meet the minimum academic requirements for entry into a similar programme at a South African university.

How To Apply?

Please visit DHET website to apply.

Anglo American Bursary Applications

Anglo American Bursary Applications

Graduate Professionals and Bursaries Applications will re-open in May 2016.

Anglo American has been voted Graduate Employer of Choice in the Mining and Resources sector in South Africa (SAGEA Survey 2015).

To make a real difference tomorrow, we’re preparing our future leaders now.

If you’ve got what it takes then we’ll support you all the way.

We offer a variety of training and development opportunities for graduates and financial support for students, which help make us an employer of choice.

In South Africa, we have four different business units, namely Kumba Iron Ore, Anglo American Platinum, Coal SA, and De Beers Consolidated Mines.

Each business unit offers graduate training programmes and bursaries schemes which are specifically designed according to their business requirements. These bursaries are similar to Eskom bursaries offered for 2016 - 2017.

These graduate and bursary initiatives help grow young South Africans, by creating opportunities for them to build prosperous careers.

If you’re interested in building your career in mining, find out what we can do for you.

Please visit our page here and leave your email address with the keyword 'Anglo Bursaries'

Sita Learnerships Opportunities

Sita Learnerships Programme

SITA was established in 1999 to consolidate and coordinate the State’s information technology resources in order to achieve cost savings through scale, increase delivery capabilities and enhance interoperability. SITA remains committed to leveraging Information Technology (IT) as a strategic resource for government, managing the IT procurement and delivery process to ensure that the Government gets value for money, and using IT to support the delivery of e-Government services to all citizens. In short, SITA is the IT business for the largest employer and consumer of IT products and services in South Africa – the Government.

Sita Learnerships Programme

Sita learnerships is a structured learning programme that incorporates both theoretical learning and practical work experience, leading to an occupation directed NQF aligned qualification. The learnership is governed by an agreement between the learner, employer and service provider.

Who Must Apply for Sita Learnerships Programme 

South African youth between ages 18-35.
Learners must have completed matric.

Sita Learnerships Duration

The duration of Sita learnerships programme is 12 months and is broken into two parts (6 months theory & 6 months on the job training).

How To Apply for Sita Learnerships Programme

For any enquiries: Contact Koos Kuhn (012) 482 2407

RTIA Agency Learnerships/Internships

RTIA Agency Learnerships/Internships Opportunities

RoadTraffic Infringment Agency (RTIA): Internship Programme

The RoadTraffic Infringment Agency (RTIA) invites applications from unemployed graduates for an Internship Programme. Post: Internship
Stipend: R 5000,00 per month
Centre: Midrand

The opportunity is available for graduates who holds the following qualifications.
Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Road Traffic Management;
Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Transport Management;
Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Policing;and
Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Law or Paralegal studies and or Legal assistance.

Due to the large number of applications we envisage receiving, applications will not be acknowledged.

If you have not received any response from us within three months, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

To apply please submit a letter of application, recent curriculum vitae as well as certified copies of qualifications, identity document.

How To Apply

Applications must be addressed to: The Human Resources Office, RTIA, PO Box 6341, Halfway House, 1685 or hand delivered to Waterfall Edge B, Howick Close, Waterfall Office Park, Bekker Road, Midrand or apply via e-mail facility at Internship@rtia.co.za
Closing Date: 25 March 2016 @ 16:30

Nestle Bursaries Programme

Nestle Bursaries For 2016 - 2017

Nestle bursaries are awarded on yearly basis and are renewable upon the submission of academic year results.

Nestle Bursaries Application Requirements

  • Candidates must be a South African Citizen between the ages of 17 - 25.
  • Candidates is required to have a Senior Certificate with a minimum of a “C” aggregate (60 – 69%). A strong preference will be given to Mathematics, Science and Accounting.
  • The candidates should be registered on a full time basis at an accredited institution of choice.
  • Nestle bursaries programme provides for the support of South African students to study at an accredited South African tertiary institution up to an under graduate level depending on the duration of the qualification.
  • The fields of study for which Bursaries are awarded will be determined by the Learning and Development Management department annually, strongly guided by critical and scarce skills identified in the business.

Nestle Bursary Renewal Condition

• As a bursary recipient, the student must maintain a total average of at least 65% during the study year, and must submit results per semester when applying for renewal of the bursary for
the following year. Should the results of both semesters not meet the aggregate as required by the (NFT), application will be declined.
• It is the bursary recipient’s responsibility to ensure that he/she informs the company in writing should he/she wish to discontinue the bursary. All notifications of cancellation need to be submitted by no later than 1st September of the year of termination.
• Should a bursary recipient choose to discontinue the bursary, he/she will be required to pay back the full amount of assistance provided by NestlĂ© ZAR within twenty four months

Nestle Bursary Application Process

Find the application form in the Nestle Website

Applications are open from 01 August – 31 September 2016 Complete and submit application form, documents required to NestleFuture.TalentBursaries@za.nestle.com
Feedback will be given to you in December

To be considered for the bursary, all sections on the application form must be completed and accompanied by:
• The original tax invoice/ quotation, detailing the cost of the course.
• The original tax invoice/quotation from the bookshop for books.
• Proof of registration at the specified institution.
• Correct banking details for the institution on institution’s letter head.
• A copy of the students ID
• A copy of the latest academic results (If in Grade 12 the latest school report is required)
• If the applicant received a bursary for the previous year, a full transcript of the results is required
to be submitted.

Safika Media Internships Opportunities

Safika Media Internships Opportunities

Highbury Safika Media (HSM) is one of the largest independent magazine publishers in Southern Africa.
We publish more than 30 magazine titles across three categories: sport, lifestyle and business. We have an established track record in creating world-class content for print and digital media, both for our own brands and those of our clients.

Internships Available

Highbury Safika Media is seeking a soccer intern to work on SASoccermag.co.za.

Key responsibilities

• Post short website news stories
• Post YouTube videos on the website
• Share website stories/videos on SA Soccer's Facebook and Twitter accounts using relevant hashtags, and tagging players/coaches/teams
• Post photos, cartoons, graphics etc on SA Soccer's social media accounts including Instagram
• Tweet score updates during soccer matches
• Research and gather information

Internships Requirements

• A passion for soccer, digital media and social media
• A good knowledge of soccer, including technical aspects of the game
• Ability to work accurately and professionally under pressure
• Very good English grammar and spelling skills
• A willingness to work outside office hours when requested (including weekends)
• A willingness to learn
• Computer literate
• Proactive and self-disciplined
• A good team player
• A relevant degree or diploma in journalism

How To Apply

Apply online

Stanlib Bursaries For 2016 - 2017

The STANLIB Bursaries Programme is a sponsorship that gives academically outstanding and previously disadvantaged students the opportunity to further their studies in SA. Bursary applicants studying towards a degree for the following qualifications are urged to apply for this bursary.

Bursaries Awarded

Actuarial Sciences bursaries
Economics bursaries
Finance bursaries
Investment Management bursaries
Accounting bursaries

Bursary Requirements

The applicant must be a South African citizen with a valid South African ID book or smart ID card
The applicant must send through a certified ID copy
Send through certified ID copies of parent(s)/guardian(s). If parents are deceased a certified copy of the death certificate
Salary Advice (payslip) of parent/guardian
If applicant is in matric, they must send a copy of their June report card but the final decision about whether funding will be given will be based on the final year-end results
The applicant must have achieved an average of 70% in their courses or subjects, as applicable
The applicant must have studied mathematics, not mathematics literacy
If the applicant is already in University they must provide their academic transcript
Bursary applications are open from 14 September 2015 and will close on the 30th October 2015

How To Apply

You can post your application form and supporting documents to: 17 Melrose Boulevard,
Melrose Arch,


P O Box 202,
Melrose Arch,

OR Email to: bursary@stanlib.com

Standard Bank Learnerships

Standard Bank Learnerships Information

Standard Bank is offering learnerships for the period of 12 months which will allocate successful candidates to the Risk areas of the bank.

Successful applicants of Standard Bank learnerships will be required to sign a 12 month fixed term employment contract as well as a learnership contract. They will not be paid a salary but will receive a learner allowance of R 10,000.00 per month for the duration of the learnership. Upon successful completion candidates will obtain a recognised National Certificate in Banking: Credit and Risk Assessment.

Standard Bank Learnerships Requirements

Be between the ages of 18-30
Be able to speak, read and write English
Have completed Matric
Have completed any 3-year Financial Qualification
Be computer literate
Not be permanently employed
Not be studying at any other institution
Not be registered on any other learnership
The Recruitment Process:

Closing date for applications 20th March 2016
Candidates will be required to complete relevant assessments
The following checks will be conducted:
Register for Employees Dismissed (RED) checks
Credit and criminal record checks
Reference checks with previous employers
Verification of educational qualifications; and
Proof of South African citizenship/South African residency/work permit.

Please note that if contact is not made with the applicant by 22nd April 2016, consider the application as unsuccessful.
How To Apply Please send an inbox on our Facebook page with a keyword 'Std Bursary'. Click here to like the page.

Afrox Bursaries

Afrox Bursaries 2016 - 2017

As a company that employs high calibre staff, we want to attract people who can contribute towards our drive to make Afrox a world-class company.

Have you excelled in your first academic year and are a well-balanced individual seeking to obtain a bursary?

We offer financial support to students in the fields of:

Mechanical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Metallurgical Engineering
Chemical Engineering

Afrox Bursary Requirements

You are required to do vacation work in Afrox during June/July and December/January university breaks. A line manager will conduct a formal performance appraisal at the end of both vacation work periods. You, in turn, will compile a presentation based on a project you will have completed during the work period. You will present it to the "Young Talent Development Committee". Preference is given to applicants from previously disadvantaged groups.

Bursary Recruitment

Afrox, a Linde Group company, manages a bursary scheme. Bursary recruitment is in line with the company's needs. The bursary covers university fees, books, residence fees (including catering and laundry). A bursary is valid for one year only. Subject to academic success and performance during vacation work in Afrox, the "Young Talent Development Committee", may renew your bursary and contract for another year. This process will continue until you graduate.

How To Apply

Further bursary application directions will be posted on our Facebook page. Click here to like the page. Remember to send us a message with 'Afrox Bursary' after liking the page.

Alternatively visit Afrox website for bursary application.

Auditor General Bursaries 2016 - 2017

Auditor General Bursaries 2016 - 2017

The office of the Auditor General of South Africa makes available a number of bursaries to students who are deserving. Bursaries must be renewed yearly basis after the submission of annual performance results.

Bursaries Requirements

Students must be studying or intending to study towards a qualification as a Chartered Accountant (i.e. BCom Accounting CA stream, Bachelor of Accounting CA stream and BCompt) at a University accredited by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).
Bursary holders are required to serve articles / enter into a training contract with the organisation on completion of their studies as per the bursary contract.
Bursaries are awarded to South African citizens only.

Bursaries Application Requirements

Proficient in English with strong communication skills
Have good interpersonal skills
Have a drive, determination and commitment to succeed
Have strong leadership potential

Grade 12 Application Requirements

Must obtain matric exemption and university acceptance
Must obtain at least 60% for English
Must obtain at least 60% for Mathematics (not Maths literacy)
Please attach the following documents in your application: Copy of ID, Grade 11 year end results, University acceptance letter and Grade 12 mid year results

University Students Application Requirements

1st year students:
Obtain over 60% for Financial Accounting
Please attach copy of ID, 1st year mid year results and Grade 12 final results
2nd year students:
Obtain over 60% for Financial Accounting
Obtain over 60% for Managerial Accounting
Please attach copy of ID and full academic record with latest results
3rd and Final year students:
Obtain over 60% for Financial Accounting
Obtain over 60% for Managerial Accounting
Obtain over 60% for Taxation
Obtain over 60% for Auditing
Must obtain over 60% pass in all subjects.
Please attach copy of ID, academic record with latest results and acceptance letter into the CTA programme

Auditor General Bursaries Application Process

Please visit the Auditor Generals website and submit your application.