NSFAS Study Loan Application 2019

2019 APPLICATION FOR FINANCIAL AID TO STUDY AT A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OR TVET COLLEGE

Before you start!

Make sure that you have certified and valid copies of the following documents:

  • Your South African identity document/card (or an unabridged birth certificate (if you are younger than 16 years old)
  • ID of parents and/or guardian (or death certificate where applicable)
  • Pay advice/letter of employment/pension advice stating income (not older than 3 months) (SASSA slips are not required and SASSA should not be included as household income)
  • Please download the consent form and fill it in with your parent/gaurdian’s signatures. Applications without a consent form that is signed by all people whose incomes have been declared in the application will not be accepted, and will be considered as incomplete.
  • If you have a disability, please download the Disability Annexure A and fill it in

Please note your application will not be considered if:

  • You have already applied on www.nsfas.org.za and have an application reference number
  • You already have NSFAS funding for 2018
  • You already have an undergraduate degree/diploma or postgraduate degree
  • You are undertaking any postgraduate studies, other than those listed on the website,please see postgraduate
  • You are not intending to apply for admission to a public university or TVET college

How To Apply https://my.nsfas.org.za/mynsfas/selfservice.html

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Time to Funza Lushaka Teaching Bursary / Scholarship

The Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme is a multi -year programme that promotes teaching in public schools. Full cost bursaries are available to enable eligible students to complete a full teaching qualification in an area of national priority. Recipients of these bursaries will be required to teach at a public school for the same number of years that they receive the bursary.

Qualified recipients of the bursary must request placement in a province of their choice. The provincial education department (PED) concerned will determine if there is a suitable post available. If there is not, the applicant may be placed in a PED that does not have suitable vacancies.

Selection criteria include the following:

  • The applicant’s academic ability;
  • Eligibility for an approved degree or PGCE in two of the priority areas;
  • Commitment to a teaching career, which includes: interest in working with young people; enthusiasm for a professional career in teaching; readiness to face and surmount difficult challenges; and personal integrity;
  • Commitment to teach in any school to which a student may be appointed by a PED.
  • Everything else being equal, selection should favour candidates from rural areas, candidates who wish to teach in rural areas and candidates whose financial position would otherwise exclude them from enrolment for a teaching qualification.

The Priority Areas Are:

Foundation phase (i.e. Grades R-3):Foundation phase specialization in an Indigenous African Language.
Intermediate and Senior Phase (i.e. Grades 4-9):A teaching major in two of the following: Mathematics; Natural Science; Technology.
FET phase (i.e. Grades 10-12): A teaching major in two of the following: Accounting; Agricultural Sciences; Agricultural Technology; Civil Technology; Computer Applications Technology; Economics; Electrical Technology; Engineering Graphics and Design; Geography; Information Technology; Life Sciences; Mathematics; Mechanical Technology; Physical Sciences.

What the bursary covers

Funza Lushaka bursaries cover all the recipient’s essential expenses. Expenses covered include tuition, full accommodation including meals, books and learning materials, and a small allowance for monthly living expenses. The allocation to any individual student is capped at a specific value. Where the HEI charges more than the capped value the bursars will have to top up from own funds. Universities have different cost structures, so the total value of a bursary differs from institution to institution.

Conditions For Repeating A Year

The bursary period may be extended to cover one additional year in a degree programme, or the time required for completion of one additional course in the PGCE programme. Only one such extension will be granted. Funding for an additional year of study (i.e. 5th year) is not automatic and will be considered on a case by case basis. In cases where support is provided for an additional year, the service obligation for the student is extended by a year. Any additional time required will be at the recipient’s own cost. The bursary is renewable for one academic year at a time. On proof of academic success the bursary may be renewed each year until the recipient of the bursary has qualified as a teacher.

Conditions For Repayment Of The Bursary

The bursary must be repaid only if the recipient fails to qualify, fails to apply for a teaching post with a PED at a public school, fails to take up a teaching post with a PED at a public school, leaves a teaching post with a PED before the end of the contracted service period, or otherwise fails to meet a requirement of the bursary agreement.

How To Apply

You need to apply for admission to a teaching qualification (B Ed or PGCE) or a Bachelors degree (e.g. BSc, B Tech, BA) with at least one major course in a priority area at a university of your choice. Once you have gained admission at a university, you are required to apply for the bursary via this Internet website:

The bursary is awarded for one academic year at a time and, on proof of academic success, the bursary may be renewed each year until the recipient of the bursary has qualified as a teacher. The bursary holder will be required to re-apply by the end of October for the following year. Recipients of bursaries will be required to teach one year for every year for which they receive a bursary.

Closing Date: 11 January 2020 (New applications)
Closing Date:  16 November 2019 (Re-applications)

ALSO, READ NSFAS Study Loan Application 2019

2019 APPLICATION FOR FINANCIAL AID TO STUDY AT A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OR TVET COLLEGE

Before you start!

Make sure that you have certified and valid copies of the following documents:

  • Your South African identity document/card (or an unabridged birth certificate (if you are younger than 16 years old)
  • ID of parents and/or guardian (or death certificate where applicable)
  • Pay advice/letter of employment/pension advice stating income (not older than 3 months) (SASSA slips are not required and SASSA should not be included as household income)
  • Please download the consent form and fill it in with your parent/gaurdian’s signatures. Applications without a consent form that is signed by all people whose incomes have been declared in the application will not be accepted, and will be considered as incomplete.
  • If you have a disability, please download the Disability Annexure A and fill it in

Please note your application will not be considered if:

  • You have already applied on www.nsfas.org.za and have an application reference number
  • You already have NSFAS funding for 2018
  • You already have an undergraduate degree/diploma or postgraduate degree
  • You are undertaking any postgraduate studies, other than those listed on the website,please see postgraduate
  • You are not intending to apply for admission to a public university or TVET college

How To Apply https://my.nsfas.org.za/mynsfas/selfservice.html

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2020 Alfred Nzo Municipality Bursary / Scholarship Programme

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified persons for external bursary programme for 2020. Academic year. Alfred Nzo District Municipality bursary funds the following scarce and critical skills:

  • BSc: Community Water Services and Sanitation, BSc Water Resource Management or any other water and sanitation related qualification
  • Town and Regional Planning
  • Geographic Information System
  • Maritime Studies

Conditions of Eligibility

  • Preference will be given to disadvantaged individuals, and proof thereof must be provided.
  • Students residing within Alfred Nzo area of jurisdiction
  • Youth between ages 16-35
  • Students who are financially needy and academic deserving
  • Students who are intending to study at a recognised South African tertiary institution for the aforementioned fields.

Requirements: Applicants should submit the following documents with the application forms:

  • Motivation letter
  • Grade 12 certificate or latest results for current grade 12 leaners
  • Proof of enrolment or acceptance letter from recognised tertiary institution
  • Certified copy of ID
  • Proof of residence from Ward Councillor
  • Parents proof of income/death certificate(s) affidavit in cases where the student does not have one or both parents.

Closing Date: 10 August 2020

How to Apply

Application forms are available from the website address: www.andm.gov.za, ANDM Offices, local municipalities,(umzimvubu, Matatiele, Ntabankulu, and Mbizana )and Ward Councilors. Successful students are expected to enter into a contractual agreement with Alfred Nzo District Municipality. The agreement contains all general provisions related to the bursary. Alfred Nzo District Municipality reserves the right to determine the total number of bursary allocations for the academic year based on the total budget available.

Applications must be submitted to: The Senior Manager Corporate Services, Alfred Nzo District Municipality, ERF 1400 Ntsizwa Street, Private Bag X 511, Mount Ayliff 4735.

All queries should be directed to Ms. A.N. Zibobo: Human Resource Development Section by telephone on (039) 254 5112/5125.

Successful candidates will be informed on or before 31 January 2020.

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2020 JP Morgan Bursary / Scholarship Programme

JP Morgan offers full cost bursaries for young South Africans wishing to pursue degree programmes in:

  • Commerce
  • Engineering
  • Finance
  • Investment

Selection Criteria

  • The main criteria used in the selection of successful applicants are academic potential and motivation for a career with JP Morgan.
  • Applicants must have achieved an average of 65% and above for their undergraduate degree and in the latest examinations (mid-year / June).

How to Apply

Apply Online for the JP Morgan: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2020

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2020 Toyota Bursary / Scholarship Opportunity

Bursaries will be awarded to students pursuing full time study in the following fields:

Commerce

  • Business Mathematics and Informatics
  • Accounting (Non-CA) – degree must include Accounting, Taxation, Auditing and Management Accounting
  • Marketing

Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering

Science

  • Information Technology (Focus on: Business Analysis & SAP Module, Information Security & Infrastructure )
  • Business Science Analytics

Selection criteria:

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:

  • South African citizen
  • Strong academic and leadership potential
  • Achieved a minimum result of 75% for Mathematics and English in Matric
  • Achieved an overall tertiary average above 70%.

How to Apply

Apply Online for the Toyota: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2020

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2020 Amazon Bursary / Scholarship Programme

Amazon is inviting current first year and second-year students in Computer Science and Information Technology degree programmes (including the relevant Engineering programmes) at South African universities who see themselves in future as developers at one of the world’s leading companies in the field, to apply for the Amazon Recruitment bursary.

Minimum selection criteria:

  • Current Gr 12 learners with Mathematics and Physical Science marks of 75% and above
  • Current first year students who are consistently obtaining an average of 70% and above
  • Applicants must be willing to commit to work for Amazon for the number of years funded.
  • Applicants must be willing to participate in vacation work and training opportunities at
    Amazon.

How to Apply

Apply Online for the Amazon: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2020

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2020 Compensation Fund Bursary / Scholarship

 

The Compensation Fund is offering bursaries to youth. dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners and current Compensation Fund pensioners, intending to pursue the following identified critical skills:

Universities Tshwane University of Technology
1. Bachelor of Technology in Nursing
2. National Diploma in Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics
University of Cape Town
1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
2. Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
University of Johannesburg
1. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Informatics
University of KwaZulu-Natal
1. Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
2. Bachelor of Physiotherapy (PhysT)
University of Pretoria
1 Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBCHB)
2. Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Science
3. Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science and Financial Mathematics
4 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (PhysT)
University of the Witwatersrand
1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)

Selection criteria: Youth, dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners or current Compensation Fund pensioners, who are South African Citizens between the ages of 17 – 25 years, currently in Grade 12 and have been accepted to study identified qualifications at listed Universities in 2020

Requirements: First year students in 2020 • South African citizens • Fully completed application form. Proof of residence Certified copies of Identity card/birth certificate of the applicant (youth, dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners and current Compensation Fund pensioners), parent(s) or guardians’ ID card/book and Grade 12 June results. Proof of acceptance / preliminary acceptance from the listed Universities for the qualifications mentioned

Preference will be given to applicants who excel in their studies and/or demonstrate potential. If you do not receive a response from the Department by the end of January 2020, consider your application unsuccessful

What the bursary covers: Tuition fees, Prescribed books and Learning material, Accommodation, Meals and a Monthly allowance. The bursary is renewable every year depending on the availability of funds and academic performance of students

The closing date for submission of applications is on the 31st October 2019. (no late applications will be accepted)

Closing Date: 31 October 2019

How to Apply

Download and complete the Compensation Fund bursary application form on the Department of Labour website. Submit fully completed and signed application form along with copies of the listed certified supporting documents, to the following address via post :

The Director Directorate: Vocational Rehabilitation Department of Labour Compensation Fund Private bag x 955 Pretoria 0001For enquiries related to this bursary programme, please send your email to tbf@saica.co.za, and the subject line must be CF 2020 Cohort or contact Mr. Mofana on 012 406 5708 or Ms. Khoza on 012 406 5709

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2019 MQA Bursary / Scholarship Programme

 

The MQA bursary scheme was established to increase the number of students taking careers in the mining and minerals sector. Today the bursary scheme continues to assist students by offering them the opportunity to study these careers at Higher Education and Training (HET).

The MQA bursary is available to students that have enrolled with universities, Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges, and universities of technology. The bursary scheme covers tuition and registration fees; residence fees or out of residence living costs; books; stationery; and toolkit allowance per bursar per semester.

Who is eligible?

The minimum criteria required include a strong academic record accompanied by a need for financial assistance. The awards are also based on the student’s performance. The bursary continues for every year in which the student remains enrolled. However it is re-assessed by the MQA Bursary committee annually.

The MQA bursary supports the following core mining disciplines:

  • Mining Engineering
  • Mine Survey
  • Geology

Special consideration will be given to female applicants as well as applicants living with disabilities.

The MQA carries a service obligation and successful applicants will be obligated to secure employment within the South African mining and minerals sector for the same amount of years as the sponsored bursary.

Closing Date: 31 January 2019

How to Apply

Download 2019 Bursary Continuation Application Form.pdf

Download 2019 Bursary Application Form for Employees in the Mining and Minerals Sector (January 2019).pdf

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2019 Kwazulu-Natal Bursary Scholarship Programme

 

The Department of Human Settlements is offering bursaries to students who are residents of Kwa-Zulu Natal and are interested in pursuing a tertiary qualification in the fields of study mentioned below:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Project Management
  • Construction Management
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Bachelor of Social Science in Housing
  • Property Management / Real Estate
  • Financial Management
  • Supply Chain Management

Applicants should already have been accepted / provisionally accepted or in the possession of a CAO application receipt. Applicants must be between the ages of 18 – 35 years.

The funding is for applicants who are from previously disadvantaged backgrounds and from vulnerable groups. The performance of the applicant will be taken into consideration.

CLOSING DATE: 18 JANUARY 2019

How to Apply

To apply, the following documents are required: • A completed bursary application form (obtained from the Departmental Website) • Certified copy of the applicant’s Identity Document and that of parent or guardian • Certified copy of Matric Certificate or Grade 11 Report • Proof of income of parent/guardian (payslips, proof of SASSA payout or bank statement not older than 3 months) • Proof of residence (letter from local leadership, councilor, parent’s/guardian’s utility bill with SAPS affidavit) • Proof of registration / acceptance letter from the institution of higher learning • Proof of unemployment from the Department of Labour if parents/guardians are unemployed • Motivational Letter

Enquiries

Ms M Phama – 031 336 5300 / 5195

Ms X Bhengu – 031 336 5300 / 5173

Ms T Hlope – 031 336 5300

Mrs C.Govender – 031 336 5300 / 5380

NB : Qualifying disabled youth are encouraged to apply for a bursary

Kindly forward applications to:

Physical Address: Human Resource Development 14th Floor, Eagle Building 353-363 Dr Pixley Kaseme St Durban

Postal Address: Human Resource Development Private Bag X54367 Durban, 4000

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2019 Rand Water In-Service Traineeship Programme


Location: Vereeniging

External applications are invited from suitably qualified students who are interested in joining Rand Water to apply for gaining experiential training in the fields/disciplines of Analytical Chemistry and Microbiology in the Analytical Services Department within the Scientific Services Division at Vereeniging.

Minimum Requirements

In making the final selection, first preference will be given to:

  • Applicants with a matric and have successfully completed the two years theoretical training as required for a National Diploma in Biotechnology / Microbiology or Chemistry.
  • Applicants that are South African Citizens and have a valid SA ID Document.
  • Applicants that are under the age of 30 (in line with the NSDS III).
  • Applicants that have not participated in previous experiential learning programmes and require the experience to fulfill the requirements of a National Diploma in Biotechnology / Microbiology or Chemistry.

Application must contain the following documents (incomplete applications will not be considered).

  • Application Letter and Curriculum Vitae
  • Recommendation letter from the Tertiary training institute verifying that the you must only complete the one year training in the workplace environment
  • Certified copies of your ID Document
  • Certified copies of your training record including the academic transcript

Primary Duties

  • Basic Principles of ISO 17025
  • Collecting samples for water quality analysis.
  • Preparation of media, chemicals, reagents and samples received, for the area of work.
  • Performing analytical analysis on samples received.
  • The documentation and checking of results on the identified databases.
  • Performance of, and documentation of, all quality control checks of identified analytical tests.
  • Undertaking and documentation of maintenance of equipment, instrumentation, biological cultures and test kits and ensure that they are correctly maintained.
  • The adherence to SHE practices and good housekeeping principles in the area of work

Knowledge

  • Basic Principles of ISO 17025

Skills

  • Collecting samples for water quality analysis.

Attitude

.Behavior
.Attitude

How to Apply

Apply Online for the Rand Water In-Service Traineeship Programme

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