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NFVF Bursary Programme 2019

NFVF Bursary Programme 2019

The NFVF’s bursary programme is aimed at building capacity by upskilling film & TV professionals for global competitiveness through its support of qualifying applicants for overseas studies which are not offered in South African tertiary institutions. The bursary will be awarded for the 2019 academic year and will be capped at R250 000 inclusive of tuition and living expenses.

The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture, was mandated to ensure the equitable growth of the South African film and video industry.

The NFVF does this by providing funding for the development, production, marketing and distribution of films and also the training and development of filmmakers.

n addition, the NFVF commissions research and produces industry statistics that provide both the public and stakeholders with valuable insights into the South African film industry.

In fulfilling this mandate, the NFVF would like to invite eligible applicants to apply for International Bursaries in Film and Television Post Graduate Studies.

Qualifying Criteria:

The applicant must:

  • Must apply six months before the course starts.
  • Be a South African citizen or permanent SA resident.
  • Have a good academic record
  • Demonstrate a need for financial assistance; and
  • Enrolled at an accredited overseas tertiary institution for full-time studies; post-graduate film/TV programme (course must  commence in September 2019)
  • Funding will only be granted to courses that are not available in South Africa
  • Live Performance or Acting courses do not qualify for this grant funding
  • Applications must be accompanied by a detailed motivation stating why the applicant must be awarded a bursary together with all the supporting documents as indicated in the online application form.


  • Failure to provide all requested information will lead to automatic disqualification of the application.
  • No late applications will be considered.
  • Should there be a change of contact details the onus is on the applicant to notify NFVF.

For further information, please consult the NFVF Funding Policy available on a link below.C

How to apply

Applicants need to register and complete the online application form using the following link: HERE

Deadline for applications: 31 March 2019 at 17h00 CAT.

Failure to submit all the mandatory requirements will result in an automatic disqualification.

Please note that no late applications will be accepted.


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Richards Bay Minerals Mining Bursary Programme

Closing Date: 24 March 2019

Located in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province, Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) is part of the Rio Tinto Group and is an internationally recognised sand mining and mineral processing operations leader and one of the world’s foremost producers of titanium minerals, high purity pig iron and zircon. We have implemented a sound corporate social development programme and an internationally recognised environmental rehabilitation programme to restore the mined dunes to their natural state once mining operations have ceased. At Rio Tinto you can explore and develop your personal and professional potential within one of the most dynamic and diverse companies in the world,

If you are a high calibre scholar / student looking for a bursary opportunity, we can offer you one of the widest and most exciting range of opportunities available. So, if you think you’ve got what it takes to join a global leader in the mining and metals sector, apply today for an exciting tomorrow. Applications are now open for those pursuing full time studies in the following fields:

  • Chemical Engineering / Metallurgy
  • Engineering (Civil / Electrical / Mechanical / Mining)
  • Geology
  • Occupational Hygiene
  • Ecology
  • Chemist (Pharmacy)
  • Teaching
  • Town Planning
  • Land Surveying
  • Instrumentation / electronics technologist


  • Matric with Core Maths and Science preferably a L6 pass
  • English Language minimum L5 pass
  • Should already have applied to university and been accepted in the discipline you are applying for OR have successfully completed 1st year at University.

NB: In order to qualify for a bursary opportunity, candidates must be South African citizens.

Applications must include a CV, copy of ID, copy of matric, copy of confirmation of university acceptance letter, academic transcripts from 1st year. Only online applications will be processed.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Richards Bay Minerals Bursary / Scholarship Programme

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Engineering Bursaries Hatch

We constantly think of new ways to get things done across all our sectors, because shifting the status quo creates positive change for not just our family of employees but also for the communities and clients we serve. We’re inclusive and collaborative no matter where in the world we are. You are part of a community at Hatch, one that fosters career growth and education, and where entrepreneurship is key to success.

Now you’re asking yourself, what would a career at Hatch offer me? Here are some of the things we offer :

  • You will be encouraged to be the best version of yourself with many opportunities to pursue work in Mining & Metals, Energy, Digital, or Infrastructure sectors once you have completed your degree
  • Have the benefit of formal and informal mentorship from some of the leading minds and authorities in the industry
  • Have the opportunity to gain project experience in South Africa and around the world
  • Collaborate with different cultures around our global organisation
  • Work in an exciting work environment where you can use your Engineering degree, once you have qualified, in your choice of traditional sectors or emerging and innovative industries
  • Participate in local Professional Development Programs, once you have qualified

Our bursaries cover the following :

  • Tuition
  • Allowances
  • Textbooks
  • Vacation work

Minimum requirements to apply:

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • You must be studying a BSc or BEng in Chemical Engineering at a recognised Tertiary Institution in South Africa
  • Tertiary Students must have maintained an average academic achievement of 80% or above

You must be in possession of and attach copies via this application form of the following:

  • South African Identity Document
  • Complete transcript of tertiary academic record
  • Comprehensive CV

Ready to join us? You will have the following traits:

  • Collaborative team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Intellectually curious and innovative
  • Comfortable initiating new ways of getting things done
  • Love to learn and willing to explore new ventures
  • Persistent and resilient
  • Strong communication and listening skills
  • Critical and creative thinker and problem solver, who brings forward solutions for our clients’ toughest challenges
  • Strong sense of community and is aware of one’s impact on colleagues and the larger team
  • Adaptable and embraces change
  • Involvement in extra-curricular activities at school or in the community

How to Apply

Click here to Apply for Civil Engineering bursaries

Click here to apply for Chemical Engineering bursaries

Click here to apply for Electrical Engineering bursaries

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PwC SAICA Bursaries 2019

PwC SAICA Bursaries 2019

Candidates should be studying towards, or have successfully completed studies towards the Chartered Accountant (South Africa) CA (SA) qualification (Qualifications include a BCom and post graduate qualification in Accounting or equivalent at any SAICA accredited university).

  • Requirements for Grade 12:
    • Must be writing for a matric exemption and university acceptance, with maths (pure maths not maths literacy) and English.
    • Must be obtaining over 60% for all subjects.
    • Requirements for University students: You must obtain consistent passes in all your subjects.
  • Bursary holders are required to serve a three year (minimum) training contract with the firm on completion of their post-graduate studies;
  • You may apply for a training contract at any stage from first year through to final year, however your training contract will only commence the year following successful completion of your Honours/CTA;
  • Skills required include: obtaining consistent passes in all subjects from first year through to final year, proficiency in English, good communication and interpersonal skills, drive, determination, leadership potential, deadline driven, keen attention to detail, logical thinking;
  • Participating in extramural activities at school and/or university will be advantageous;
  • You will be expected to progress steadily throughout the three years in order to qualify as a CA(SA), this includes writing the qualifying exams and achieving the necessary core hours as prescribed by SAICA. Core experience obtained during your learnership includes auditing, accounting, financial management, secretarial systems, taxation and estates, business information systems.

CountrySouth Africa

Programme TypeGraduate

Position TypeFull Time

About Us

PwC provides industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services to build public trust and enhance value for its clients and their stakeholders. More than 184 000 people in 157 countries across our network share their thinking, experience and solutions to develop fresh perspectives and practical advice. BURSARIES Our bursary programme is available to students studying towards a Chartered Accountant (CA) degree at a South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) -accredited university. Bursaries are awarded to high-performing, talented individuals. The programme also seeks to support qualifying students with financial need.

How to Apply

Click links below to submit your application online

Apply in Cape Town

Apply in East London

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SEDISA Trust Bursary 2019

SEDISA Bursary Trust

The bursaries are available to eligible South African Black Women who choose a field of study as designated by the Trust from time to time.

The focus of the Trust is to assist previously disadvantaged young women of colour in obtaining a tertiary education.

Preference will be given to:

  • Quantity Surveying,
  • Civil,
  • Mechanical and
  • Industrial Engineering and related fields of study.

Qualification Criteria:

  • Black Female (as efined in the BBBEE codes)
  • South African Citizen
  • Students with a strong academic track record
  • Economically disadvantaged

Applications to include: 

  • Certified copy of ID
  • Motivational letter of how the bursary would impact your life
  • Proof of registration at institution of study
  • Fee statement
  • List of study costs (books, residence fees etc.)
  • Results transcripts/matric certificate(certified copy)
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)

How to Apply

To apply for this bursary fill the online Application Form here

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