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Old Mutual Education Trust Scholarship Applications for 2023 are open!

We are pleased to announce that applications for the 2023 Old Mutual Education Trust scholarships are now open!

Applications will be accepted from today, 01 July 2022 until 31 August 2022.

All the information is available on our recently updated webpage.


Implats

Applications are open till 30 September.

Disciplines:

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Human Resource
  • B com Accounting
  • Teaching and Nursing
  • Geology
  • Chemistry
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Extractive Metallurgy
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Survey.

 

The following should accompany the application.

  • Proof of results
  • Full details of your academic transcript
  • Certified copy of your personal identity documents
  • Certificate of conduct from university
  • Your curriculum vitae
  • Proof of residential address

Please post your application form and supporting documents to:

Impala Platinum
Bursary Department
P.O Box 5683
Rustenburg 0300

 

No late applications will be considered after the closing date.

Kindly contact us on numbers below.

(014) 569-0088 / 014 569 0170 or bursaries@implats.co.za


AGRICULTURE, LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT BURSARY AWARDS FOR 2023

The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) intends to award comprehensive bursaries to qualifying applicants pursuing and/or intending to further their studies in identified careers in the agriculture, land reform and rural development sector for the 2023 academic
year. The bursary will cover tuition, accommodation, books, meals and monthly allowance. The bursary awards target the previously disadvantaged and impoverished persons from poverty-stricken and rural communities.
Closing date for all applications: 31 October 2022
People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

BURSARY APPLICATION FORM

 

NOTES

  • Applicants must be South African citizens.
  • Applicants must complete the relevant bursary application forms available from the website address: www.dalrrd.gov.za (Click on vacancies).
  • Applicants who apply for fields of study that are not listed above will not be considered.
  • Please note that communication will be limited to successful applicants only. If you have not received any communication from the department within 14 days after the release of Grade 12 results and after the National Bursary Committee has finalised the selection process, consider your application unsuccessful.
  • The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development reserves the right to determine the total number of bursary allocations for the academic year based on the total budget available.
  • No late application forms will be considered.
  • Applicants who are not in possession of their University acceptance letter or Final results can submit their application while waiting for the said documents.
  • All completed bursary application forms together with certified copies of ID and certificates/performance results should be sent to ONLY ONE of the following addresses:

Postal address
The Director
Sector Education and Training
Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development
Private Bag X250
PRETORIA, 0001

Physical address
Agriculture Place
20 Steve Biko (Former Beatrix) Street
Arcadia, Pretoria
0002

Standard Bank Student Loan Offers

Set your dreams in motion with a Standard Bank Student Loan Without Surety

Standard Bank is offering students an opportunity to get a Student Loan Without Surety – meaning you do not require a guardian or parent to be able to take up this loan. We understand that it may be stressful looking for funding, and that is why you need a bank that backs you.

Minimum Criteria

  • You must be a South African citizen.
  • Your Gross Household Income must be less than R600 000 per annum.
  • 3rd Year students and upwards within Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematic, Commerce, Health Sciences and 5th Year students in Medicine.
  • Open to existing Standard Bank Transactional Account holders. You may apply for one using our digital and other banking channels if you don’t have one
  • Study at one of our participating universities

How does it work?

  • The loan maximum is R120 000 per annum, which can be used to cover tuition, accommodation, books and study equipment.
  • There is no expectation of repayment on the loan while you are studying. However, you will be expected to start repaying the loan six months after completing your studies or as soon as you secure employment. Of course, it will be to your advantage to reduce your balance by making some payments while studying.
  • Monthly interest and service fees will be charged from the loan’s inception and will be added to the outstanding balance.
  • This loan can cover your existing university student debt up to R80 000 for each previous year that may be preventing you from completing your studies
  • Competitive interest rates apply.

Feenix- APPLICATIONS OPEN GRADUATE BURSARY PROGRAMME

Feenix is a Public Benefit Organisation (not-for-profit) that connects university students who owe outstanding fees with funder communities, so they can graduate debt free. The Feenix team and its community believes in the potential of youth. We believe that access to education should not be dependent on wealth.

Feenix is committed to relieving the burden of students making it possible for students to reach their potential. For the Feenix Graduate Bursary programme, we are looking for students who have completed their undergraduate degrees in the Engineering, Data Science, Information Technology and Finance faculties in 2020 or 2021 with historical debt.

WHO CAN APPLY

  • South African citizens
  • 35 years old or younger
  • Students must have completed their degree in 2020 or 2021
  • Students must have outstanding student debt
  • Completed undergraduate degree at one of the 26 Public South African universities (unfortunately no postgraduate degrees or diplomas)
  • Students in the following fields of study
  • Engineering
  • Data Science
  • Information Technology
  • Finance/Commerce
  • Students who are NOT registered for further studies in 2022 
  • Students looking to get their degree so they can seek employment 
  • Students with family household income under R600 000 per annum (under R850k per annum if a student with a disability)
  • If you are a student with a disability please include a medical letter stating the nature of your disability

For more info and to apply go to www.feenixbursary.org

Applications close 30th September 2022

 T +27 63 968 7544 E support@feenixbursary.co.za W www.feenixbursary.org


Feenix- APPLICATIONS OPEN 2022 DEBT BURSARY PROGRAMME

Feenix is a Public Benefit Organisation (not-for-profit) that connects university students who owe outstanding fees with funder communities, so they can graduate debt free. The Feenix team and its community believes in the potential of youth. We believe that access to education should not be dependent on wealth. Feenix is committed to relieving the burden of students making it possible for students to reach their potential.

For the Feenix 2022 Debt Bursary programme, we are looking for students who will be completing their undergraduate degrees in the Engineering, Data Science, Information Technology and Finance faculties in 2022 (see more on criteria below).

WHO CAN APPLY

  • South African citizens
  • 35 years old or younger
  • Registered at one of the 26 public South African Universities
  • Students completing their undergraduate degree by December 2022 (unfortunately no Postgraduate degrees) 
  • Students must have outstanding student debt (can be current and/or historical) 
  • Students in the following fields of study
  • Engineering
  • Data Science
  • Information Technology
  • Finance 
  • Students with family household income under R600 000 per annum (under R850k per annum if a student with a disability)
  • If you are a student with a disability please include a medical letter stating the nature of your disability

PLEASE NOTE: Proof of degree completion will be requested next year and must be submitted by shortlisted students before final selection and payment can be made. 

APPLICATIONS OPEN 2022 DEBT BURSARY PROGRAMME For more info and to apply go to www.feenixbursary.org

Applications close 14th October 202

 T +27 63 968 7544 E support@feenixbursary.co.za W www.feenixbursary.org


SAAGA Bursary

Download application form here

The South African Avocado Growers’ Association (SAAGA) makes bursaries available to individuals from historically disadvantaged groups for studies to towards a BSc (Agric) or equivalent degrees majoring in Horticultural Science or Agricultural Economics / Agribusiness.
 
Aim of bursary
To ensure that appropriately trained graduates of colour enter the South African avocado industry to enable continued growth of the sector.
 
Duration of bursary
For any one student, the bursary will be available for an initial period of one year, after which
progress will determine the extension of the bursary. If a student is awarded the bursary for the
first time, he/she will not automatically qualify for the bursary for the next year.
 
Obligations of recipient to the avocado industry
Students awarded a bursary by SAAGA will be required to work for the SA Subtropical Growers’ Association (Subtrop) for a period of one year for each year that the bursary is awarded, provided that a position is available. If no position is available at the time that the recipient completes his/her degree, there will be no obligation to Subtrop. If no position is available in Subtrop, the recipient will assisted in finding a placement with members of SAAGA. Subtrop is the umbrella organisation that manages the affairs of the SA Avocado, Litchi and Mango Growers’ Associations.
 
Recipients of the bursary will be required to focus their seminars and projects on
avocados where possible.
 
Recipients wishing to continue with postgraduate studies
Recipients wishing to continue with a postgraduate degree will be allowed to do so provided
that the research to be carried out will further equip the student to effectively serve the avocado industry as an employee of Subtrop. The bursary scheme will not make provision for postgraduate students, as SAAGA funds research carried out by postgraduate students, which in effect, amounts to a bursary.
 
Application
Applications should be forwarded to the offices of Subtrop, not later than 31 October of
the year preceding the academic year for which the bursary is applied. The attached application form should be completed and supporting documentation must be attached.
 
Applicants that have not been contacted by 31 December should consider their application unsuccessful.
 
Bursary awards and penalties
A panel appointed by SAAGA will evaluate all applications. Applicants will be advised of the decision timeously. Successful applicants will be required to sign a contractual agreement with Subtrop. The value of the bursary award will be dependent on each individual case and will be reviewed annually.
 
If a recipient does not pass the course for which the bursary has been awarded, he/she will be required to pay back the bursary over a period equal to the length of the bursary, repayment commencing at the beginning of the year after the year in which the bursary was awarded.

LINDSEY MILNE BURSARY SCHEME

Download application form here

NAME AND DONOR
The Lindsey Milne bursary scheme is named after Dr DL Milne in honour of his vast and selfless contributions to the Subtropical fruit industry. Dr Milne served the subtropical fruit industry in many ways, as employee of the Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Fruit, as General Manager of Westfalia and after his retirement, as Chairman of the Subtrop group.  The SA Subtropical Growers’ Association (Subtrop), comprising of the South African Avocado Growers’ Association (SAAGA), The South African Mango Growers’ Association (SAMGA) and the South African Litchi Growers’ Association (SALGA), is the donor of funds to the Lindsey Milne Bursary Scheme.
 
AIM OF THE BURSARY
To assist students wishing to pursue a career in the Subtropical fruit industry in South Africa.  To this end, financial assistance will be provided to students studying towards a BSc (Agric) degree, preferably majoring in Horticultural Science or Agricultural Economics.
 
DURATION OF BURSARY
For any one student, the bursary will be available for an initial period of one year, after which progress will determine the extension of the bursary.  If a student is awarded the bursary for the first time, he/she will not automatically qualify for the bursary for the next year.
 
OBLIGATION OF RECIPIENT TO THE SUBTROPICAL FRUIT INDUSTRY
Students awarded a bursary by Subtrop will be required to work for Subtrop for a period of one year for each year that the bursary is awarded, provided that a position is available. If no position is available at the time that the recipient completes his/her degree, there will be no obligation to Subtrop. If no position is available in Subtrop, the recipient will assisted in finding a placement with members the various growers’ associations.
 
Recipients of the bursary will be required to focus their seminars and projects on subtropical crops (avocado, mango, litchi) where possible.
 
RECIPIENTS WISHING TO CONTINUE WITH POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
Recipients wishing to continue with a postgraduate degree will be allowed to do so provided that the research to be carried out will further equip the student to effectively serve the Subtropical industries as an employee of Subtrop.  The bursary scheme will not make provision for postgraduate students, as the Subtrop member associations fund research carried out by postgraduate students, which in effect, amounts to a bursary.
 
APPLICATION
Applications should be forwarded to the offices of Subtrop, not later than 31 October of
the year preceding the academic year for which the bursary is applied. The attached application form should be completed and supporting documentation must be attached.
 
BURSARY AWARDS AND PENALTIES
A panel appointed by SUBTROP will evaluate all applications.  Applicants will be advised of the decision timeously.  Successful applicants will be required to sign a contractual agreement with SUBTROP.
 
The value of the bursary award will be dependent on each individual case and will be reviewed annually.
 
If a recipient does not pass the course for which the bursary has been awarded, he/she will be required to pay back the bursary over a period equal to the length of the bursary, repayment commencing at the beginning of the year after the year in which the bursary was awarded.