Send Applications for Truworths Bursary: Details Here

Truworths, SAs leading Fashion Retailer, will be making Bursaries available for fashion students considering career opportunities in retail upon successful completion of studies.  Partial funding will be provided for Degrees and National Diplomas (HET Qualifications) in the following areas:

  •  Fashion or Textile Design,
  • Clothing Production / Management and Consumer Science.

Key Responsibilities

  • South African Citizen
  • Studying towards a Degree / National Diploma which is a recognized SA Qualification
  • Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged 2nd and 3rd year students, and persons with disabilities

Requirements

  • South African ID
  • CV
  • Academic Record to date
  • A motivation in 250 words or less.

Please ensure that these documents are uploaded as part of your application.

We are passionate about developing and creating opportunities for youth.  As a sign of our commitment to this purpose, we have allocated a portion of our CSI funding towards fashion bursaries for rising talent.

Reward strategies are aimed at attracting, motivating and retaining employees and at promoting a sustainable high performance culture within the business. Remuneration practices are closely linked to the Group’s business philosophy, purpose, values  and vision and to the achievement of Group, team and individual performance objectives.

Truworths is committed to transformation and meeting objectives of the Employment Equity Act. Meeting our employment equity goals and targets will be taken into account in our recruitment decisions.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Truworths Bursary / Scholarship Programme

Favourable consideration will be given to people living with disabilities.

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AECOM is Offering Bursaries for Engineering [Elec,Mech, Civil and Architecture]

As part of its commitment to grow skill, experience and excellence in the built environment, AECOM is offering bursaries to all aspiring civil engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, architects, quantity surveyors, project managers and scientists.

Applications will be considered from students who comply with the entrance requirements for the above mentioned study fields and who intend to enrol for full-time study at a university in South Africa. Selection is made primarily on academic merit and aptitude of the student for the chosen fields.

AECOM is a premier, fully integrated professional and technical services firm positioned to design, build, finance and operate infrastructure assets around the world for public- and private-sector clients.

What Does The Bursary Cover?

A fixed amount, reviewed annually, will be provided for the cost of tuition and books. Practical training, as required by the university, will be provided where possible during winter and / or summer vacations.

Will The Bursary Be Available Throughout My Studies?

The tenure of the bursary is subject to good academic progress. Should a bursary holder’s academic results fall below an average of 60%, the continuance of the bursary may be reviewed.

A bursary will be required to work at AECOM post their qualification, as the bursary will be written off at a rate of one year of full-time employment to the company for every year the bursary was paid for by the company.

Requirements

  • Grade 12 latest results.
  • Latest University academic results if currently studying
  • No work experience is required.
  • Preferred average of 60% marks in Maths and Science.
  • Highly motivated individual.
  • Passion and commitment to pursue a career in the built environment.

How to apply

Applications close on 15 July 2017. Click here to apply online

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Capitec Bank Bursary Programme

Closing Date: 31 May 2017

We are offering an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic motivated individual to get their career off to a positive start. We aim to attract talented individuals that would like to pursue a career within Capitec Bank

Are you…

Determined
Ambitious
Proactive
Inquisitive
Motivated
Quick Learner
Would you like to:

Kick start your career
Develop your skills, knowledge
Broaden your experience
Be part of a growing organisation
Interested in becoming part of Capitec Bank? Then apply for our external bursary opportunities that we have available?

Qualifications

Three Year Bachelor’s DegreeFour Year Bachelor’s Degree
Honours Degree
Student must have completed their second year to qualify for a bursary

REQUIREMENTS

ACCOUNTING & AUDITING
ACTUARIAL SCIENCE
BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT STUDIES
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
COMMERCE / BUSINESS SCIENCE
COMPUTER SCIENCE
ECONOMICS
FINANCE
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
INFORMATION SYSTEMS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
MARKETING
MATHS
RISK MANAGEMENT
STATISTICS

 

How to Apply

Click Here to Apply Online

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Scholarships for African Students at MEST [Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Cote D’ivoire]

MEST calls all aspiring African Tech Entrepreneurs! We offer fully-sponsored, intensive, one year tech entrepreneurship training + $50-$100K seed funding to launch your startup right after!

Every year, aspiring entrepreneurs with a strong interest in technology and entrepreneurship from across Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Cote D’ivoire apply and compete for only 60 open spots for one of the world’s top startup training and Incubator Programs- MEST.

Begin the process of applying to become an Entrepreneur-in-Training (EIT) at MEST by following the steps below:

First, take the Discover MEST Test

Then complete the Application Form

Shortlisted candidates are invited to take the Aptitude Test

Successful candidates are invited for the telephone interview

Shortlisted candidates are invited for in-person group interview

Finalists are invited for an in-person one-on-one interview

DEADLINE: MAY 11, 2017

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to The MEST Training Program

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Aurecon Bursary Programme 2018

Closing Date: 30 June 2017

Job no: 928238
Work type: Bursary Holder
Location: Tshwane
Categories: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Aurecon can bring your dreams to life

If you are a talented and tenacious achiever, determined to make the world a better place, securing financial support for academic studies is probably your next priority.

The Aurecon Bursary Scheme may well offer what you need.

We are global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon, one of South Africa’s leading engineering consultancies.

We are the new breed of engineers – not content with merely designing clever solutions, we are passionate about collaborating with our clients and project partners to anticipate the needs of tomorrow’s world.

Aurecon’s diverse international teams have created innovative award-winning projects throughout the African continent, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. We challenge the status quo and extend the boundaries of engineering knowledge. We want to work with people who, like us, are committed to bringing ideas to life.

The Aurecon Bursary Scheme offers motivated, high achieving scholars and students, all-round support to study engineering and advisory related degrees at accredited universities. This applies to undergraduate level degrees in the following fields:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Basic requirements to qualify for the Aurecon Bursary Programme are:

Grade 12 Students
  • Valid South African ID
  • Grade 12 requirements: Pure Mathematics and Physical Science
  • Able to provide proof of ‘official’ current academic results. You will require a 6 (80%) symbol or above for Pure Mathematics and Physical Science
  • Be accepted by the chosen university for the specific course as mentioned above
1st, 2nd, 3rd Year University Students
  • Valid South African ID
  • National Senior Certificate or Equivalent
  • Students must obtain and maintain a minimum of 80% aggregate to be considered

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Aurecon Aurecon: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2018 

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Scholarships for Performing Arts at The Arts & Culture Trust

The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is calling on young people with the dream of pursuing performing arts studies to apply for an ACT Scholarship.

ACT is South Africa’s premier independent arts funding and development agency.

Matric learners and individuals under the age of 25, who are not currently registered for an undergraduate degree, are eligible to register online to do an audition. This year, there are three performing arts scholarships up for grabs worth R200,000 in total.
Funded by the Nedbank Arts Affinity and the Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation (DALRO), and supported by The Market Theatre, the 2017 Scholarships Programme, strives to nurture young talent and provide tertiary education opportunities to young people with their sights set on pursuing performing arts training in 2018.

Aspirant young performers are invited to apply in one of the following categories; acting, dancing, singing, or musical theatre. Once registered online, hopefuls will be required to perform two pieces of their choice, within their chosen category, at an audition. Musical theatre applicants are encouraged to perform pieces that showcase their competency as a triple threat performer (singer, dancer and actor).

Auditions will be held in all nine provinces between late June and mid July 2017. ACT CEO Pieter Jacobs says this will ensure everyone is given an equal opportunity. “Over the years we have seen that exceptional talent is not only the preserve of those with access to development opportunities, and undertaking a national road trip to find the best talent has proved well worth it,” says Jacobs.

Since 2009, The ACT Scholarship Programme has awarded 23 scholars and students with over R2,3 million worth of tertiary education funding, Jacobs says that this year they look forward to continuing this legacy. “It is tremendously rewarding to see previous recipients make their way into productions across the country,” he says.

How to apply

Registrations for the programme close on Tuesday, 30 May 2017. For more information about the programme, as well audition dates and venues, and to access the registration form, please  Download The Application Form Here.

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Scholarship for SA Students to Study in Russia

The Russian Government is offering scholarships for South African students to study at Russian institutions from the academic year 2017/18.

Most programmes are instructed in the Russian language and applicants with no command of Russian are required to take the college preparatory courses for one year before pursuing major studies.

Only after passing the examinations of the college preparatory course can they start their degree studies.

Degree level

The scholarship may be awarded for undergraduate (Bachelors) or postgraduate (Masters or PhD) studies.

Preference is given to postgraduate applications.

Who can apply?

– South African citizens in good health with a strong academic record.
– Available to study in Russia from September 2017
– Demonstrated interest in Russia and commitment to the development of South Africa.
– Applicants must have a minimum average of 60%

– All students must meet the minimum academic requirements for entry into a similar programme at a South African university.Fields of study for South African applicants

Applications from all qualified candidates in any field will be accepted, but priority will be given to applications for postgraduate studies, previously disadvantaged applicants and applicants in the following fields:

– Biotechnology
– Climate change
– Economics and management
– Engineering sciences
– Maritime studies
– Natural and physical sciences
– Nuclear and renewable energy

– Space science and technology

Applicants are required to do their own research into available programmes, institutions and programme-specific entrance criteria.

The final decision on admittance to institutions is made by the Russian institution and the Russian Government.

Scholarships may therefore be awarded to study at institutions outside of an individual’s preference.

What the scholarship offers

The Russian Government provides the following:

– Tuition,

– Basic monthly allowance

The South African Government provides the following (subject to the availability of funds):

– One return economy airfare
– Monthly living allowance

– Annual medical insurance

Successful scholarship applicants will be required to sign a contract and return to South Africa upon completion of studies.

DEADLINE: 1 APRIL 2017

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to DOWNLOAD APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

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Download Thuthuka Bursary Application Form

Please read carefully before completing and returning application forms

  1. This document is not in any way an agreement or commitment.
  2. The bursaries are awarded annually as per the conditions of the agreement between the recipient and the Thuthuka Bursary Fund. Renewal is at the discretion of the fund.
  3. Successful applicants will be required to enter into an agreement with the Thuthuka Bursary Fund and NSFAS.
  4. The closing date for applications  April 30th.
  5. To be considerod for the Thuthuka Bursary Fund, you are required to registel & write the National Benchmark Test (NBT)
  6. Your application will remain incomplete until we receive the letter f provisional acceptance to university, the final Grade 12 results and NBT results.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO BE NOTED BEFORE COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORM

  1. The Thuthuka bursaries are only available for African and Coloured learners.
  2. Only Students doing Mathematics as a subject will be considered. NOT MATHS UTERACY!
  3. Applicants provisionally awarded bursailes will be notified in December.
  4. The final confirmation on the awarding of the bursary will depend on the following:
    1. Confirmation of your acceptance into the Thuthuka programme at a specific TBF University.
    2. Attaining the required endorsement (Bachelors Pass) and points (i.e. M-Score) to study the degree leading to a CA (SA)  TBF programme.
  5. ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED USING THE NSFAS MEANS TEST TO DETERMINE FINANCIAL NEED.

How To Apply

Download the Thuthuka Bursary Application Form

Closing Date: 30 April 2017

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2017 MultiChoice Bursary

MultiChoice values education and skills development. The bursary program aids such candidates within a wide field of study paths. The bursary includes accommodation & meals, text books, and a monthly stipend and pay almost all the required study fees. In addition to the financial aid, we also give selected bursary candidates the opportunity to work during vacation at the company during the June school holidays. This gives candidates a greater understanding of the business world.

Qualifications

Applicants must be in their 2nd, 3rd or Honours year studying towards the following qualifications:

  • Computer Science – BSc IT
  • Computer Engineering
  • Information Technology (Software Development)
  • Computer Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • BSc Engineering (with mechatronics)

Requirements

  • Students applying must be a South African citizen with a valid ID Book or ID Card
  • Applicants must hold an average of 65% or higher for all subjects
  • Applicants must have a valid ID document
  • Students will not be excluded from the selection due to gender, age, race or even disability
  • Bursaries will only be awarded to students who will be studying full time

How To Apply

Should you be interested in applying, please forward your CV and FULL academic record (AS ONE ATTACHMENT) to Manini.Molehe@multichoice.co.za. SUBJECT: 2017 MultiChoice Bursary

Closing Date: Tuesday, 14 March 2017

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CSIR Studentships for 2017

The CSIR has an opportunity for a Doctoral Studentship: Environmental Health in the Climate Studies, Modelling and Environmental Health (CSM&EH) Research Group within the Natural Resources and the Environmental (NRE) Unit.

The incumbent will help understand the associations between air pollution levels and human health in a community of the Limpopo province, to assess and quantify the potential health impacts or risks from potential air quality offset intervention in the community and to contribute to a better understanding of the linkages between exposure to air pollution and the impacts on human health in South Africa.

This opportunity is based in Pretoria.

Key responsibilities:

  • Prepare a research proposal to be approved by both the CSIR and the university;
  • Prepare a written literature overview or assessment of the current state-of-the-art around the research topic;
  • Perform original research to solve the open research problem that the student identified in his/her proposal;
  • Produce sufficient quantity and quality of peer-reviewed publications around this research topic;
  • Compile the Doctoral thesis and defending the work successfully;
  • Contribute to extra activities that may be outside the scope of the Doctoral research as per the needs of the research group from time to time.

Qualifications, skills, and experience:

  • A Master’s degree in a relevant field such as Public Health, Environmental Health, Geography, Chemical Sciences, Biological Sciences or Statistical Sciences;
  • A good understanding of air quality, and the linkages between exposure to air pollution and negative impacts on human health, will be an advantage;
  • A basic understanding of epidemiology and/or biostatistics will be an advantage
  • Ability to work independently, as well as in a team;
  • Self-motivation and ability to be stimulated by the scientific environment.

Should you meet the above requirements, please email your CV to jobapplications@csir.co.za with your name and surname, position title and reference number in the subject line, (e.g. John Smith: Doctoral Studentship – Environmental Health: Reference No: (307841)

 

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to CSIR CAREERS PAGE

 

Closing date: 31 March 2017

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