Category: Civil Engineering

Sugar Industry Trust Fund for Education (SITFE) Bursary 2022

About SIFTE SIFTE, or the Sugar Industry Trust Fund for Education, is one of the oldest private sector Trust Funds in South Africa, having been established in 1965. The aim was to promote education and sustainable practices within the country’s sugarcane industry. Today, it organises and funds a range of educational programmes that are meant

Magalies Water Bursary 2022

The Magalies Water Board is offering financial assistance to students who are in need of it in the form of bursaries. These bursaries are part of the youth development initiative. It aims to improve the educational qualification of disadvantaged students. Along with that, it also increases the available pool of talent in the country.

Worley Bursaries 2022

Worley was founded in the year 1971 as Worley Parsons limited.  After the acquisition of Jacob’s Energy, Chemicals & Resources division, the company was renamed, Worley. The company is providing bursary assistance to students for the academic year 2022. Students who are ambitious and wish to build a successful career for themselves in the following

Royal HaskoningDHV Bursary 2022

The Royal HaskoningDHV bursary is meant for students pursuing a Bachelor's degree (any year of study) and facing a financial crunch. For the academic year 2022, the fields of study where the bursaries will be awarded in Civil Engineering (BSc or BEng), Mechanical Engineering (BSc or BEng), Electrical Engineering (BSc or BEng), Data Science (BSc)

SANRAL Bursary 2022

About the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) SANRAL is an independent company of which the South African government, represented by its Minister of Transport, is the sole shareholder. The company’s mandate is to finance, expand, improve, and maintain South Africa’s national road network. While the country has much existing road infrastructure, there is

WK Construction Bursary 2021

About WK Construction Initially starting out as WJM Construction in 1960, the company changed its name to WK Construction as a result of the management buyout in 1993. After more than 50 years in operation, WK Construction has grown into one of South Africa’s leading independent civil engineering companies today.   WK Construction Bursary Programme