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Grade 12 students – with good marks and an interest in something the Reserve Bank can use – have until the end of September to apply for full-ride bursaries. Just as long as they are happy to get jobs after their studies are completed.
Applications will close 30 April, so hurry!
The Envisionit Prize offers big prizes for cheap water-harvesting solutions from grade 9 and 10 pupils – as long as they can present it in English and go to a public school.
The SA Union of Students says action will be taken countrywide if any academically deserving applicant is excluded.
The #FeesMustFall movement brought to light the fact that the majority of the South African population cannot afford a university education and the plight of the “missing middle”.
Online classifieds website OLX is helping students by donating up to R500 000 towards bursaries.
With a strong focus on promoting education, OLX have announced that they’ve raised enough money to provide 12 students with the opportunity for further studies.
Applications for bursaries offered by the Master Builders Association of the Western Cape for the 2016 academic year are open.
Shoprite is still accepting bursary applications for the 2019 academic year.
There are private-sector funding opportunities still available for newly-matriculated pupils heading to university in 2019. Here are some of the best bursaries – but time is running out on some of them.
Getting funding for tertiary education is always stressful – especially when you’ve left it to the last minute.
The Master Builders Association of the Western Cape is awaiting applicants for bursaries it has been providing for tertiary education for the past 11 years.
Find the contact details for South Africa's tertiary institutions' finance offices, plus websites where you can find more on bursaries and student loans.
With help from their classified customers, OLX raised enough funds to send 12 students to university in 2016.
Two matriculants from the Emafakatini Location near Vulindlela were bursting with excitement yesterday when Msunduzi Mayor Chris Ndlela announced they would receive full bursaries to study at university this year.
Matthew Lester unpacks the numbers and explains how free tertiary education can be addressed through a little creative thinking.
Cape Town CBDWMC0001R300 000.00 - R330 000.00 Per Year
Cape TownDurpro Workforce Solutions
Western CapeAquarius Recruitment
R 1 650 000
R 2 550 000
R 4 195 000
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