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Vodacom Foundation Bursaries and Scholarships

Vodacom Foundation Bursaries and Scholarships

Applicants can apply for a Vodacom Foundation Bursary if they intend to gain a qualification in Engineering and Operations.

Courses of study

  • Information systems
  • Computer science
  • Electronic or electrical engineering (Light current only)
  • Computer engineering


  • Presently in grade 12
  • Matriculated but not yet at tertiary
  • Currently at tertiary: University or University of technology

How to Apply

Application forms that are incomplete will be disregarded.

Please ensure that you attach proof of academic results: current matriculants do not need to provide preliminary results, final grade 11 will suffice. You must supply all the information requested, or explain why you cannot provide it.

Bursaries will only be allocated for next year.

Applicants applying for bursaries with less than a B symbol in mathematics and science will not be considered.

A passport size photograph of the applicant must be attached to the top right-hand of the front page.

It is your responsibility to apply for entrance to university and for other options for financial support. We recommend that you apply to at least two universities and for many funding options/bursaries.

Please note that if you have not received feedback from us by 30 November note that your application was unsuccessful

Closing date: 31 August


Submit your application to:

Career Wise (Pty) Ltd

PO Box 30632



Fax: 086 609 7183

e-mail: applications@careerwise.co.za

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Apply for WHBO Construction Bursary and Vacation Work

Apply for WHBO Construction Bursary and Vacation Work.

Minimum Criteria

  • South African citizen
  • 60% average or above
  • Full-time student
  • Studying toward a BEng, BSc, ND or BTech qualification in one the following disciplines:
  1. Civil Engineering,
  2. Quantity Surveying,
  3. Construction Management or Building Science

Students are shortlisted and selected based on the current and future needs of the organisation.

WBHO’s Expectation from Students
In-Service Training:

  • Work according to site specific requirements
  • No employment benefits (such as provident fund or medical aid) are provided
  • No expectation of permanent employment is provided after completion of in-service training
  • Salary is determined by current year and field of study

Vac Work:

  • Work according to site specific requirements
  • No employment benefits (such as provident fund or medical aid) are provided
  • Salary is determined by current year and field of study
  • Offered during June/July or November/December/January

Bursary Students:

  • All subjects to be passed each semester, re-writes / failed subjects are at the students own expense
  • Vac work to be undertaken during the holiday period
  • One week compulsory Students Training in June/July
  • Work back period determined by number of years’ sponsorship given (one year work back period for each year of sponsorship).
  • Work back period commences on completion of qualification
  • Allowance determined by current year and field of study
  • All bursary applications close in June for the following year

WBHO Construction (Pty) Ltd offer bursaries, in-service training as well as vacation work in line with relevant fields of study. In order to apply for one of the programmes offered by WBHO, the relevant application form as well as accompanying documentation should be emailed through to the respective email address. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered.

How to Apply for Bursary and Vacation Work




Contact Details

In-Service Training: in-service_applications@wbho.co.za

Vacation Work: vacwork_applications@wbho.co.za

Bursary Applications: bursaryapplications@wbho.co.za

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Sanlam Bursary Scholarships for 2019

Sanlam Bursary Scholarships for 2019. Who Should Apply for Sanlam Bursary Scholarships If you are a whiz at maths, enjoy a good challenge by solving difficult problems and are willing to remain focused and disciplined through years of studying and training, then you are just who we’re looking for.

What Do We Offer

  • Tuition and accommodation fees
  • Allowances for books, travel and pocket money
  • Mentoring and academic support from Sanlam actuarial professionals
  • Vacation work and networking opportunities with Sanlam staff
  • Guaranteed employment after completion of studies
  • Continued support and payment towards actuarial board exams
  • Range of work rotation opportunities across a broad spectrum of disciplines

What Do We Require

  • Final Grade 11 results and Grade 12 min-year 2018 results
  • Certified copy of your identity document (ID)
  • Grade 12 results may be used as determining factor
  • An above 90% score in Mathematics and an overall A aggregate
  • A motivation to support your application that answers the following questions:
    • In your own words, can you describe what an actuary does?
    • Why do you want to study actuarial science?
    • Why do you believe you have what it takes to become an actuary?
    • Why should Sanlam choose you to be a bursary holder?
    • If you are not successful at becoming an actuary, what other career paths are you considering?

How to Apply for Sanlam Bursary Scholarships

To apply, please send your CV, a certified copy of your ID, final Grade 11 results and Grade 12 mid-year results and a motivation to support your application to the following email address: actuarialBursaries@sanlam.co.za.

We are committed to embracing and accelerating transformation. In accordance with Sanlam’s employment equity plan, preference will therefore be given to suitably qualified candidates from the designated groups (Black South Africans i.e. African, Coloured and Indian scholars).

If you have a friend or loved one who might be interested in applying for the bursary, download this page to print

Closing Date: 30 June 2018

Source: Sanlam

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Call for Arts Funding and International Bursary Scholarships

Apply for Arts Funding and International Bursary Scholarships from National Arts Council. The National Arts Council finds itself at a critical juncture in reinventing itself to remain relevant in an ever-changing sector and following a strategic realignment process, the NAC is proud to announce its strategic move from a discipline-based approach to and introduce a programmatic approach to funding which will see funding allocation to beneficiaries located within specified programmes instead of individual disciplines.

Individual artists and organisations active in the disciplines of theatre, dance, music, visual arts, craft, literature and multi-discipline are invited to submit their applications for project funding specifying programmes within which they believe their projects would focus.

Closing date: 22 June 2018
Outcomes date: 30 September 2018

Individuals and registered arts organisations can apply for funding in the following programmes: Social Cohesion and Nation Building; Innovation, Design and Creation of New Work; Capacity Building; Strategic Initiatives, Platforms, Exhibitions and Festivals. Projects proposed should be of national significance taking into account creation of new works, arts development, arts promotion, job creation, capacity building in arts entrepreneurship and facilitation of access to the arts. Furthermore, applications that promote environmental sustainability, nation building and social cohesion and have a strong community base conceived in collaboration with others working in similar fields will be preferable. Proposed projects must demonstrate impact and value for the communities they operate in. The project applied for must fulfil two (2) or more of the following arts outcomes, economic value, creative value, social value, therapeutic value and educational value. This invitation also encourages arts organisations and individuals that support the involvement of women, youth and people living with disabilities particularly in historically disadvantaged areas.

Post-graduate students wishing to pursue arts studies abroad in the fields of Craft, Dance, Literature, Multi-discipline, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts are also invited to apply. Students willing to access NAC funding should be prepared to return to and work in South Africa to support the development of the arts in the country.

Applicants need to register and complete the online application form using the following link: https://nac.praxisgms.co.za

Conditions for acceptance of applications

All relevant sections of the application form must be completed in full;

All requested documentation must be submitted with the application form;

Applications must be submitted on or before 22 June 2018 at 4pm.

Please note that late and incomplete applications will not be considered at all and no exceptions will be made. Applications forms and funding guidelines are available from the National Arts Council office or can be downloaded the NAC website.

For more information, contact the NAC office at 011 838 1383.


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CIDA Empowerment Trust Bursary Scholarships for Teaching

CIDA Empowerment Trust Bursary Scholarships for Teaching for 2019. THE CIDA EMPOWERMENT TRUST (CIDA) is inviting applications from suitably qualifying candidates dedicated to a career in teaching Mathematics or Science to participate in the CIDA Teacher Development Internship Programme.

This innovative programme involves internship in a top Johannesburg private school (Roedean School SA or St John’s College), over the two-year period of the part-time Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) commencing in the 2019 Academic Year at the University of Johannesburg.

During the internship, deserving young candidates passionate about teaching, will benefit from a dedicated mentor providing practical academic support and guidance, exposing interns to diverse teaching environments and best-practice teaching advice and methodologies.

Candidates will participate in a Leadership Development Programme for Teachers, with following key elements:

  • Psychosocial support tailored to each participant;
  • Training to promote Self-mastery and Life skills;
  • Classroom Leadership and Effectiveness;
  • Workplace Readiness for the school environment;
  • Financial management; and
  • Career mapping and Development for Teachers

Participants in the CIDA Teacher Development Internship Programme will receive full funding over the two–year period towards:

  1. Tuition fees for Part-time studies for the PGCE at the University of Johannesburg, including allowance for stationery, books and laptop;
  2. Student accommodation, transport and living expenses;
  3. Monthly stipend.

Who Is Eligible for CIDA Empowerment Trust Bursary Scholarships

Candidates should be able to demonstrate:

  1. A dedication to teaching as a career;
  2. A strong academic transcript for undergraduate level studies in any of Mathematics, Life Sciences, or Biological studies;
  3. Effective communication skills; and
  4. Ability to lead and inspire others, demonstrated by personal experience within your own community.

Please take note that only applicants who fit the criteria below will be considered:

  1. Bursars must be black South African citizens;
  2. Bursars must be completing or have already completed studies towards Undergraduate or Postgraduate studies in Mathematics, Life Sciences, or Biological Sciences;
  3. The student must be willing to register for a part-time-PGCE with University of Johannesburg;
  4. Bursars must be committed to pursuing a teaching career specialising in Mathematics and Science Subjects at High School level.

Before You BEGIN…

Please ensure you have the following information ready to be uploaded with your application:

  1. A copy of a certified National Senior Certificate
  2. Certified copies of other qualifications if applicable
  3. Academic record/s
  4. A copy of your certified ID
  5. A written submission of not more than 500 words entitled Teaching
  6. A video recording not longer than 1min 30 seconds entitled About Me

This application will take you about 15-20 minutes. Ensure that you have a good stable internet connection to be able to upload your application and attachments. You can also use your mobile device for the completion of this application.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the CIDA Development Trust 

Closing Date: 18 June 2018

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