Win a study bursary from SA’s most affordable higher education institute

THE Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology is South Africa’s most affordable Higher Education Institution and has been operating successfully for the past 28 years.

Richfield has 33 higher education campuses and 43 TVET campuses nationally.

The institution has been nationally and internationally recognised for its pioneering efforts in improving the quality of teaching for learning by integrating technology into the curriculum to improve success rates.

Richfield provides students with free access to high-tech devices and data networks – creating a “greener” culture of moving away from the excessive use of paper. Richfield is fully accredited to offer distance learning programmes.

Richfield has assisted well over a quarter million South Africans to graduate with sought-after qualifications to enter the job market. Richfield does not receive any subsidies, grants or allowances.

Richfield’s CEO, Jay Ramnundlall, emphasised that corporate South Africa should start looking at institutions like Richfield to which they sponsor bursaries, rather than limit their choices to public universities.

A feather in its cap is when Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology (RGIT) won the National Business of the Year Award for 2017.

Win a bursary with PE Express and Richfield

The PE Express together with Richfield Institute is giving two lucky readers the opportunity to win a bursary.

Two R25 000 bursaries are up for grabs. All you have to do to stand in line to enter is to send us a short motivational video on why you are the deserving candidate.

The videos can be posted on the PE Express Facebook page and applicants are urged to share the post and get family and friends to like and share as well.

The videos will be judged by a panel of judges, where the top five applicants will then be chosen and considered for the grand prize.

To enter a video:

Go to the PE Express Facebook page and upload your video. Send a private message via Facebook to PE Express with your name, age, telephone number and notification that you have uploaded a video.

If you have any queries and need more information, contact Tanya van Zyl on 041 503 6059 or email

The competition closes on Thursday, March 1 at 12 noon.

Terms and conditions of the


1. The bursary is to study at any Richfield Campus nationwide

2. The bursary is valid only for one year of study (2018)

3. The bursary is non-transferrable

4. The bursary is for all programmes that are offered by Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology.

5. The competition is open to residents of Nelson Mandela Bay only.

6. Winners must be available for photographs that will be published in the PE Express.

7. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entertained.

8. The videos entered into the competition become the property of PE Express/Media24.

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