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Grandwest Corporate Social Investment Bursary Western Cape University

Grandwest Corporate Social Investment Bursary

Who can apply?

Bursary Programme is open to applicants who reside and study in the Western Cape ONLY.

  • Applicants who have matriculated in South Africa
  • Undergraduate
  • Preferably be in pursuit of Maths, Science and Technology career paths


  • Applicants who reside and study  in the WC only
  • Good academic results
  • Full-time students

Where do I get the application?
At the Financial Aid Office, please note that they are very limited be sure that you meet all the requirements before collecting an application.

Closing Date
25 January 2019, if you submit to Grandwest directly,
25 January 2019, 13:00pm – at the Financial Aid Office, Prefab Building to Miss N Stephens or 
P JamJam


How to Apply

To apply for this bursary follow this procedure:

25 January 2019, if you submit to Grandwest directly,
25 January 2019, 13:00pm – at the Financial Aid Office, Prefab Building to Miss N Stephens or 
P JamJam


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Red & Yellow Scholarships 2019

Red & Yellow Scholarships 2019
As a celebration of its 25th anniversary year, the Red & Yellow Creative School of Business is giving the gift of education to five deserving South African students in the form of full tuition scholarships to any of its Degree, Advanced Diploma or Certificate programmes.

Red & Yellow was founded in 1994 by industry gurus who were frustrated with the graduates being produced by academia; sparking the purpose of education that properly prepared students with not only the knowledge, but the practical ability to implement as well as the human skills so necessary in the workplace environment. In recognition of these five visionary founders and leaders who created and then grew this great school, the scholarships will be awarded to 5 South African students who have demonstrated exceptional abilities, innate talent and a committed attitude of enthusiasm.

The first scholarship, launched last year, is the Bob Rightford Scholarship for the student who has proven to be an exceptionally creative business thinker, even at a young age. Bob Rightford, a local business legend who sadly passed away last year, was not only one of the founders of the Red & Yellow School, but also the founder of iconic South African creative agency, Rightford, Searle-Tripp and Makin (which evolved into Ogilvy).

For talented creative dynamos who challenge the status quo, two scholarships for the BA in Visual Communication Degree are being offered in recognition of Brian Searle-Tripp, Bob’s founding creative partner and Allan Raaf, Brian’s creative partner at both the agency and the school. Red & Yellow’s creative legacy is unmatched, based on the many local and international Executive Creative Directors it has produced. These scholarships will give two youngsters who have demonstrated profound creative talents, but perhaps lack the resources necessary to fund their own tuition, an opportunity to continue this astounding legacy.

John Cooney, former MD of the school, only joined in the late 90’s. But he had a profound impact on the institution by introducing the flagship Advanced Diploma in Marketing and Advertising Communications, which has become fondly known as AdMAC or simply MAC. This phenomenal one-year post-graduate programme has been the seminal starting point of many highly-successful careers in the marketing and advertising industry. Veli Ngubane, 2008 graduate of the AdMAC programme and founder of South Africa’s largest black-owned agency believes that “Red & Yellow had a profound impact on my life. The school showed me the power of creative thinking, and I now use these skills every day to grow our business”.

The final scholarship speaks to the values of Red & Yellow and is named in honour of Hazel Pearson, the first General Manager of the school. This scholarship applies to any one of the school’s full-time programmes, and will be awarded to a youngster who can demonstrate an attitude of enthusiasm and kindness so profound, they’ll be sure to leave an indelible mark on the school and its culture. Wesley Fredericks, Managing Director, hopes that “These scholarships are a way of passing the baton on to the next generation, and a fitting tribute to the incredible impact these founders and leaders had on their students and industry in general.”

Applications for the scholarships closes 31 January 2019More information available at

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Mo Flava Boston Media House Bursaries

Mo Flava Boston Media House Bursaries


For the 9th consecutive year running, Metro FM’s afternoon drive time radio personality and club DJ, Mo Flava, is set to give-away bursaries to study at Boston Media House once again to students who matriculated in 2017 or 2018.


“It gives me great pleasure to announce that I’ll be giving away bursaries again this year. I will personally conduct the interviews and I look forward to meeting all short-listed candidates,” he told DRUM.

Growing up, Mo Flava’s parents did the best they could to put him through school, but like many young South Africans, he still owed a lot of money to Boston Media House, where he completed his diplomas in radio broadcasting and programming, journalism, as well as media studies.

“By the time I started working, there was already a lot of money that I had to pay back,” he told DRUM.

Over the past eight years, more than 100 students have benefited from the Mo Flava Media Studies Bursary, and Mo Flava tries to keep in touch with as many as he can.

“I mean, they always call and text me to give me an update of things are going for them. One young lady sent me her results telling me she did well and passed her second year. In November last year, another one tweeted me to share that she had just written her first article at one of SA’s leading newspapers. Another just graduated and scored a job at Sasol. Even parents call me, thanking me for helping their children out. And that’s what it’s about, really,” he said.

Last year, the bursary scheme funded between 20 to 25 students, including part-time students. “We cover the students’ tuition and textbooks, so that they don’t feel pressure in that regard,” the Soweto-born DJ shared.

Mo Flava has always gotten questions from people who wanted advice on how to break into the industry, “and I’ve always believed that you must master your craft with skills and education in the field you’re interested in. That’s why I started this bursary scheme, because I found that people do want to study, but might necessarily have the funds to do so,” he told DRUM.

The entry mechanic to stand a chance to win a Mo Flava Media Studies bursary at Boston Media House is very simple. Pupils who matriculated in 2017 and 2018 need to WhatsApp their matric results to 081 268 7518.


Source: Channel24

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SEDISA Bursary Trust

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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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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