Compensation Fund Bursary 2021

About the South African Compensation Fund

Falling under the umbrella of the South African Department of Labour, the compensation fund is designed to assist workers who are permanently disabled while performing their jobs, leaving them unable to support their families. Accidents happen in workplaces, despite companies’ adherence to the Department of Labour’s strict workplace health and safety guidelines.

This South African Department of Labour also offers bursaries to previously employed persons who have become ill or injured on the job or disabled, allowing them to upskill or obtain new qualifications that will enable them to continue working. Young persons with physical disabilities are also covered by this bursary programme, as are dependents of workers granted compensation fund pensions.

Compensation Fund Bursary 2021

The Compensation Fund offers bursaries to the youth, the current Compensation Fund pensioners, and dependents of Compensation Fund pensioners. The bursaries will allow them to continue their studies in any of the following institutions in the following fields of study:

Critical scarce skills

  • BSc in Accounting Science
  • Bachelor of Medicine (ChB, MB)
  • Bachelor of Surgery (ChB, MB)
  • Information Communications Technology and Actuarial Science
  • Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy

Tshwane University of Technology

  • Bachelor of Technology in Nursing
  • National Diploma in Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics

University of Cape Town

  • Bachelor of Medicine (ChB, MB)
  • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
  • Bachelor of Surgery (ChB, MB)

University of Johannesburg

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Informatics
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

University of KwaZulu-Natal

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (PhysT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy

University of Pretoria

  • Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Science
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (ChB, MB)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (PhysT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science and Financial Mathematics

University of the Witwatersrand

  • Bachelor of Medicine (ChB, MB)
  • Bachelor of Surgery (ChB, MB)

Compensation Fund Bursary Requirements and Eligibility

Applicants who excel or can demonstrate potential receive top priority. To qualify, interested applicants must first meet the following requirements:

  • Must enter their first year of study in 2020.
  • Must be citizens of South Africa.

How to Apply and Application Details

Interested applicants can go online and accomplish the application forms, either for vocational rehabilitation or priority skills.

The applicants should also prepare copies of the following documents with the accomplished application form.

  • Proof of residence.
  • An original certified copy of an ID or birth certificate.
  • A certified copy of the Matric certificate.
  • A certified copy of a fatally injured pensioner’s death certificate.
  • A certified copy of the ID card or book of the applicant’s surviving parent or guardian.
  • An award letter for the fatally injured pensioner with the listed dependents or the pension number of the fatally injured pensioner or the pension number of the Compensation Fund pensioner.
  • The applicant’s Grade 12 results for the month of June.
  • Proof of acceptance or preliminary acceptance from the Universities listed above and for the qualifications mentioned above.
  • Proof of acceptance or admission from the University of Pretoria, Tshwane University of Technology, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, and the University of Cape Town confirming the scares skills courses mentioned above.

Closing Date

31 October 2020

Contact Details

Address: Compensation House, Delta Heights Building, 167 Thabo Sehume St, Pretoria Central, Pretoria

Telephone Number: +27 860 105 350

E-mail Address: [email protected]

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