About Tomorrow Trust
Tomorrow Trust is a non-profit, South African organization working to empower orphaned and vulnerable children with the help of holistic education. The group supports these children’s academics and imparts life skills and self-development in the hope of helping them achieve their full potential as proactive, self-sustaining South African citizens.
Tomorrow Trust Tertiary Bursary
Tomorrow Trust provides bursary support to students pursuing various tertiary qualifications at different South African institutions. The Trust aims to help develop problem-solving, conscious, and independent young adults who are set to join the workplace ready and self-reliant to lead a successful life. Moreover, successful candidates will experience constant support coming from the company’s in-house psychologist to a range of different activities while they are with Tomorrow Trust.
Bursaries may be full or partial and will cover tuition, accommodation, textbooks, transport, and food expenses. Regular workshops are conducted for skills development to enhance professional and personal growth. Successful candidates may also look forward to networking opportunities, work readiness opportunities, and vacation work.
Bursary Requirements and Eligibility
- A South African citizen between the age of 18 and 25 years old
- Pursuing or intending to pursue an undergraduate, honours, or diploma qualification at any of the following recognized universities:
- University of Johannesburg
- University of Witwatersand
- University of Cape Town
- University of Pretoria
- Stellenbosch University
- Rhodes University
How to Apply and Application Details
Applications for the 2022 academic year will open on 1 June 2021. Application forms will available for downloading by then.
Tel.no: +27 11 447 7707
WhatsApp: +27 66 115 3891
View other bursaries opening for new applications on our bursary calendar page.