About Cisco Charitable Foundation Trust Cisco Charitable Foundation Trust is the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of Cisco, which is one of the largest networking hardware companies in the world. The company was founded in 1984 in San Jose, California. Since then, it has gone global and has a presence in many countries around the world.
Category: IT Bursaries
Huawei is investing millions of Rand each year to train students for the ICT sector and wants bright students who are right out of the college. As part of the bursary terms and conditions, bursaries are required to work at the company after the completion of their studies.
The company is offering financial assistance to a certain number of students each year via BET Software bursaries. Known as the BET Dare to Dream Bursary, it is meant for students in the ICT-related fields. They can be pursuing a National Certificate, Diploma, Degree, or Postgraduate qualification.
If technology runs in your blood and you are passionate about software then the BBD bursary program is for you. The BBD bursary program is for all technology lovers who want to make a bright future for themselves. One can apply for this bursary if they have been accepted to study BCom, BSc, BEng or
The Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) Inspires bursary program is specifically for those students who intend to study or are already studying in fields related to ICT. If you are interested in making a career in the field of Internet Service Provider then this bursary is for you. Apply now.
Through this bursary program, iStudent encourages students to study towards qualification courses that are accredited by SAQA and internationally. Under this bursary program, the institute will award 20 bursaries. Each of the 5 iStudent Academy campuses (Durban, Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Pietermaritzburg) will get 4 bursaries.
The South African subsidiary is called ESRI South Africa and offers GIS products to several businesses in the country. The company offers bursaries to a certain number of students each year who want to make a career in geoinformatics. The bursaries are for students who wish to pursue a Diploma in Geoinformation Science and Technology.
The Absa Cybersecurity scholarship program aims to support and encourage the unemployed and disadvantaged youth of the nation in a globally scarce skill. Students can undertake a 2-year program offered by Absa in Worcester, Cape Town.
Vodacom offers bursaries to a certain number of students each year through the Vodacom Foundation. The bursary is intended for first-year, second-year, and third-year university students in South Africa who are pursuing their education in the STEM field. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
SANSA is offering bursaries to qualified South African citizens who wish to continue study towards postgraduate degrees (honours and up) in space-related fields at South African Universities. SANSA will also advise students on suitable projects and supervisors if there is a need.