Bursaries Scholarships

Bursaries and other financial aid initiatives are offered by government departments, companies and private sponsors. Funding is mainly awarded to previously disadvantaged young people who can not afford a higher education. Bursaries can be found in almost every field of study from engineering to journalism, however in order to apply students will have to meet certain requirements set by benefactors.

Scholarships are also a form of student funding, however scholarships are primarily awarded to students with outstanding academic, artistic, athletic or other abilities. Scholarship money does not need to be repaid and therefore it is the most desirable form of funding and the hardest to obtain. Do you need financial aid? Find a bursary or scholarship in your field of study.

"Financial assistance is available to high school learners and students of tertiary institutions in the Eastern Cape who are looking to pursue careers which involve maths and science.”

With unemployment in South Africa at its highest rate since 2003 and 58% of unemployed people being between 15 and 34 years old, the Shoprite Group is searching for bright, hard-working young people who need funding in order to continue their post-school education and have a better chance of finding jobs.

Do you go against, behind and in front of the grain? Are you the streetwise running anti-clockwise? Do you see the unseen? Do you dream the undreamed? Are you what the world needs? This is a call to you, future entrepreneurs.

Calls for free tertiary education for poor South Africans are gaining momentum ahead of the release of the findings of the Fees Commission later this month, but how this might be achieved remains unclear.

Embury Institute for Higher Education is expected to provide R3.5 million in bursaries for teacher education in 2018.

The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) has awarded seven scholarships and bursaries for the 2017 academic year allocating over half a million Rand to supporting young academics conducting research across the creative and cultural industries (CCIs).

UCT GSB alumnus, Mervyn Christoffels, will participate in the 2017 Absa Cape Epic cycle race as part of the Team GSB Foundation to raise funds for talented but financially disadvantaged students wanting to do an MBA at the GSB.

Cipla SA, South Africa’s third largest pharmaceutical company, is encouraging all students in their first, second or third/final year, who want to make a difference in the world by becoming a part of the pharmaceutical industry, to apply for a bursary at the company.

The AAA School of Advertising is offering R1 million worth of bursaries as a means of ‘giving back’ to the broader Marketing and Communications sector, and to assist with the transformation process in the industry currently being undertaken by the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA).

Do you go against, behind and in front of the grain? Are you the streetwise running anti-clockwise? Do you see the unseen? Do you dream the undreamed? Are you what the world needs? This is a call to you, future entrepreneurs.

In celebration of 20 years of existence, distance learning private college Oxbridge Academy is thrilled to announce the launch of 10 full scholarships. Building our future as a country is more than a hopeful phrase or an ideal. It means collectively addressing our crisis in education.

KZN Youth International Scholarships and Opportunities for young people to study overseas.

The Africa Initiative for Governance has issued a call for applications for its 2017 scholarships for a Masters Degree in Public Policy at the renowned Blavatnik School of Government, the UK’s first school of Government, at the University of Oxford.

The US Embassy in Pretoria is inviting interested South African candidates to apply for the 2017 Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Mandela Washington Fellowship.

The University Of Cape Town Graduate School Of Business, through two of its specialised units, continues to invest in Africa’s future leaders, and is calling for scholarship applications from across the continent for its 2017 academic year.

SAE Cape Town is excited to announce the five scholarship winners for the July 2016 intake.

In the spirit of ‘learn from your mistakes’, DirectAxis, is offering students two R20 000 scholarships if they own up to the biggest financial blunders they’ve made and importantly what these have taught them.

To mark its 13th birthday, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is giving away one of the most important gifts anyone can give: an education.

Applications for the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Scholarship opens on the 17th June.

Transnet is calling on students, who are eligible to apply for bursaries and its training programme for Chartered Accountants, to submit applications to further their studies.

iXperience is an immersive 4-week programming boot camp designed to take you from a novice, with zero technical experience, to a self-sufficient web developer able to build your own web applications from scratch.

The deadline to apply for the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellowship Programme is fast approaching: Applications for Grade 12’s close on 29 April 2016.

Established in 1992, Concept Interactive Institute is a leading, registered Higher Education institution in web design and development situated in Cape Town.

The South African Research Chair in Teacher Education and the Centre for International Teacher Education (CITE), located at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), generates basic and applied knowledge about the form, content, and impact of teacher professional development to enhance student learning.

The UCT Graduate School of Business and the VinPro Foundation are offering five bursaries for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study Wine Business Management at the GSB in 2016.

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