Bursaries for TVET-Universities and University of Technology CETA

Bursaries for TVET-Universities and University of Technology CETA


CLOSING DATE: 31 January 2019

The Construction Education and Training Authority hereby invites all suitable students interested in Construction related studies to apply for bursary from the year 2019.



A maximum of R80 000.00 per annum will be awarded to successful students covering tuition, prescribed books/stationery, residence costs (no private accommodation) and meals.

The bursary scheme is targeting qualifications in the Construction Sector including but are not limited to:

Universities Degree Qualification

  • BSc Architecture
  • BSc Land Surveying
  • BSc Civil Engineering
  • BSc Quantity Surveying
  • BSc Construction Management
  • Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • B degree in Geomatics
  • BSc Urban and Regional Planning
  • BSc Property Development
  • BSc in Real Estate

Universities of Technologies

  • National Diploma (ND): Building
  • ND: Civil Engineering
  • ND: Quantity Surveying
  • ND: Electrical Engineering
  • ND. Town and Regional Planning
  • ND: Land and Property Development
  • ND: Architecture
  • ND: Geomatics
  • ND: Construction

TVET Colleges

  • NCV: Civil Engineering and Building (Level 2-4)
  • NCV: Electrical Infrastructure Construction (Level 2-4)
  • NATED: Electrical Engineering (N1-N6)
  • NATED: Civil Engineering (N1-N6)


  • Both under graduate and post-graduate students up to Honor’s level may apply
  • Immediate CETA employee’s family members may not apply
  • Students currently funded by CETA through entities may not apply
  • Applications will only be considered from South African citizens studying in Public Institutions


  • Selection of successful students will be strictly on academic merit with pure Maths and Physical Science
  • No Bursaries will be granted to existing students who are not promoted to the next year.
  • In making the final selection, preference will be given to:
    • Previously disadvantaged individuals, Students from Rural Areas, students with Disabilities, Females and beneficiaries of Military Veterans
  • The bursary is renewable annually, based on academic performance/results


  • Certified copy of ID document
  • Certified copy of guardian/parents proof of income or social grant/pension
  • Letter of acceptance from tertiary institution University University of Technology or TVET College
  • Full academic history for students already studying at University or University of Technology
  • Grade 12 June 2017 results for Matriculants Age (not more than 35 years of age)
  • Income (parents not earning more than R350k per annum)

Please note: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

For more information, please contact: Rose Skosana: 011 265 5934 / 071 371 6528



Download Application Form and Apply Online for the CETA Bursary / Scholarship Programme


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40 Bursaries worth R150 000 Each from Public Works Department

40 Bursaries worth R150 000 Each from Public Works Department


The Department of Public Works (DPW) has awarded 40 bursaries to deserving 2018 matriculants.


The bursaries were awarded to learners interested in studying for careers in the built industry at different tertiary institutions in 2019.

The learners come from schools across the country, which are participating in the department’s schools programme.

“The core function of the schools programme is to develop and nurture scarce skills as part of DPW’s ongoing transformation process of the built industry. The bursary programme was introduced in 2014 and aims to harness scarce skills in the built industry,” said the DPW.

To date, the programme has benefitted 298 deserving youths from disadvantaged communities.

The Public Works bursary programme also highlights the department’s mandate and contribution towards improvement of socio-economic factors such as youth empowerment, poverty alleviation, job creation, women empowerment and monetary relief for disadvantaged communities to enable them to further their studies.

Awarding the bursaries, Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi announced the bursary will be increased from R130 000 to R150 000 per learner, per year.

The bursary covers tuition, meals, accommodation, text books, academic resources and a monthly allowance.

“The department’s investment in these young people translate to over R6 million a year and serves as testimony of the department’s commitment to empowering young people,” said the department.

The learners are set to pursue careers in built or property studies specialising in engineering, hydrology, analytical chemistry, construction management, quantity surveying, architecture, landscape architecture, urban and regional planning, interior design, horticulture, actuarial science and property studies.

To date, 145 bursary recipients have completed their studies and 57 of them currently work for the Department of Public Works doing their internships and being part of the young professional programme.

The event also recognised registered artisans and professionals who participated in the artisan development and young professional’s programme.

There are 110 young professionals who have obtained professional registration since the introduction of the young Professionals Programme in 2007.

“Fifty three artisans have successfully registered since the implementation of the programme in 2015. The trainee have obtained trade test certificates on different trades in the construction industry, which is electricians, brick-layers, carpenters and plumbers,” said the department.

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Sibanye Still Water Bursaries January 2019

Sibanye Still Water Bursaries January 2019


Beneficiaries of the Leaner Official A-Stream Career opportunity will receive a bursary and practical exposure (Learnership) on a full employment package with company benefits aligned with Sibanye-Stillwater Learner Official Scheme.  All tuition fees and books will be provided for by Sibanye-Stillwater.


The appointee should:

  • Have a grade 12 Certificate with minimum English 5(60%+), Mathematics 5 (60%+), and Physical Science 5 (60%+)
  • Possess University Acceptance with an APS of 23 (Mid-year results will be provisionally considered if currently still studying)
  • Not currently be busy or have completed prior University studies
  • Reside in Beatrix Labour sending Area or local community
  • Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye Stillwater Occupational Health Centre

Advantageous requirements:

  • Distinctions in Mathematics and Physical Science


  • Applicants will need to undergo an interview process and psychometric assessment
  • Prospective candidates will be required to complete workplace orientation and underground exposure visits as part of the selection process
  • Applicants must upload proof of residence, CV and certified (SAPS) copies of ID and qualifications online
  • Final allocation is dependent on applicants obtaining an acceptance letter from the University of Johannesburg
  • All applicants will be subject to clearance screening by South African Police Services as required by the National Explosives Act

How To Apply

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Tbo Touch R520 000 Bursaries

Tbo Touch R520 000 Bursaries


Local businessman and radio personality Tbo Touch announced on Thursday that he will be teaming up with AAA School of Advertising to give away bursaries valued at R520 000.


The announcement was made live on Touch HD, with AAA representatives mentioning that the bursaries would give chosen candidates the opportunity to study copywriting at the institution.

2018 matriculants interested in applying for a bursary were urged to visit the AAA School of Advertising website where they can download an application form.

Prospective students will have the opportunity to study at the school’s Johannesburg or Cape Town campus.

Sharing the news on social media, Touch HD wrote: “Win yourself a bursary valued at over R500 000.00 to the most awarded advertising school in SA! Touch HD and The AAA School of Advertising want to give you the chance of a lifetime.”

The post included a link where interested parties can find more information.

Win yourself a bursary valued at over R500000.00 to the most awarded advertising School in SA!

Touch HD and The AAA School of Advertising want to give you the chance of a lifetime.

To apply for this bursary follow the link below:
See link for bursary application below

Download The Application Form

· Applicants to attach certified copies of ID

· Matric Certificate

· Short CV with a motivation for the bursary

· Application forms and all documents to be sent to YSithetho@aaasa.co.za or veshnee@mvmhouse.com Ref : AAA/Touch Bursaries

· Terms and conditions apply

· Closing date is 25th January 2019 at 12pm

· No late applications will be considered

Send your application forms to

T&Cs apply.


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Source: Channel24

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National Arts Council Bursaries 2019

National Arts Council Bursaries 2019

Closing Date 25 January 2019

Opportunity Description

The National Arts Council is pleased to announce the call for bursary applications for the academic year which begins in January 2019.  The invitation is for post graduate students and registered education and training institutions that are involved in studies or provide tuition in the fields of theatre, dance, crafts, literature, multidiscipline, music and visual arts to submit applications for bursary funding.  This invitation also extends to students applying for Bachelor of Technology degree in the arts. Particular attention will be paid to post graduate qualifications that address rare skills required in the arts sector.

Applications invited are for individual post graduate studies (both part-time and full-time studies) and block institution bursaries for undergraduate students who will be studying in South Africa during 2019.

How to Apply

  • Closing date for applications: 25 January 2019 at 16h00
  • Outcomes will be available on 31 March 2019

Please note that late and incomplete applications will not be considered and no exceptions will be made. Applications need to register and complete the online application form using the following link: https://nac.praxisgms.co.za/

For more information, please contact Arts Development Officers as listed on the NAC website.

Issued by:

The National Arts Council, PO Box 500, Newtown, 2113
66 Margaret Mcingana Street, Market Theatre Precinct,
Newtown, 2113. Tel: 087 700 0683  Fax (011) 838-6363
Email: info@nac.org.za

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