Pupils get their share of Shoprite bursaries

2017-02-01 06:02

PUPILS seeking financial support for the 2017 academic year can still apply for their share of R20 million worth of bursaries from the Shoprite Group’s bursary programme. The bursaries are offered to both matriculants applying to higher education institutions in South Africa as well as students currently completing tertiary qualifications in programmes such as pharmacy, chartered accounting, logistics and industrial engineering, IT, hospitality, retail business management and professional cookery.

Candidates may qualify for a bursary of up to R70 000, depending on the course of study and institution, which allows for tuition, books and accommodation.
Additionally, each of the bursaries is linked to work-back agreements with the Shoprite Group, giving students the boost they need to kick-start a great career.
The group has already created over 2 700 opportunities to the value of over R110 million for students since its bursary programme was initiated over two decades ago.

Prospective students are urged to apply online at www.shopritebe more.com

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