About Morton and Partners
Morton and Partners is a diagnostic imaging company that operates a chance of imaging centers around the country. These centers are equipped with advanced, state-of-the-art machines that produce medical imaging records. The services offered by the centers are scans like MRI, CT, PET, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, X-ray, digital mammography, and bone density. The company has more than 25 radiology experts who make Morton and Partners an authoritative player in the field of radiology.
The company’s philosophy is servicing the community through compassion, courteous, and efficient values. With expansion plans in mind, the company will expand into newer territories in the future.
Morton and Partners Bursary Programme 2024
The medical imaging company is offering financial assistance to a certain number of students every year via bursaries. Known as the Morton and Partners Bursary programme, these are meant for students who lack the financial means to complete their education in the field of radiology and ultrasound. Doing so will also strengthen the local labor market which needs more qualified radiologists.
For the academic session 2024, the bursaries will be awarded to students pursuing a Radiography and Ultrasound course at Cape Peninsula University of Technology. The bursary will pay for things like tuition fees, registration fees, uniform costs, and prescribed textbooks. Bursars are expected to pay for the rest of the expenses like traveling and accommodation.
The value of the bursary will be determined later. It will depend on the financial need and expenses incurred by the student. Shortlisted candidates will get more information regarding this via email.
As part of the bursary, students will have to engage in vacation work during university holidays. This will improve the practical knowledge and skillset, thus increasing chances of employment after course completion.
Eligibility Criteria For The Morton and Partners Bursary
To be considered for bursary funding, applicants will have to fulfill certain eligibility criteria. These are laid out by Morton and Partners committee to select the bursars from a large pool of applicants. Since there are a limited number of bursaries on offer, it cannot award to everyone. Therefore, you must cross-check with the criteria before applying.
The eligibility requirements for Morton and Partners Bursary Programme are:
- Must be a South African citizen or a permanent resident
- Must be residing within Cape Town, Western Cape
- Must be either studying or have registered to pursue a Radiography and Ultrasound students course at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)
- Must possess a strong academic track record
- Must be prepared to travel from branch to branch throughout the Western Cape and Richards Bay
This is a merit-based bursary programme, and those with a superior academic track record will get priority over others.
How to Apply For The Morton and Partners Bursary?
Eligible students should move forward with the application process and apply for the bursary. It’s an online process that’s easy to follow and complete. But you can also apply by sending in your application via email. It’s up to your preference.
If you want to apply online, complete the Morton and Partners Bursary Programme online application form.
Provide your name, phone number, and email address.
Then, you’d have to prepare and upload the following documents that are necessary for the application:
- ID documents (certified copies only)
- Updated Curriculum Vitae
- A motivation letter supporting your application (write in brief why you deserve the funding and how the bursary programme will help you)
- Matric certificate (certified copies only)
- Most recent academic results (certified copies only)
- Letter of acceptance issued by CPUT (for first-year students only)
Review your application and submit it.
Morton & Partners will invite shortlisted candidates for an interview. It’s important that you attend this interview at the designated place and time. The selection committee will select the bursars based on the results and academic performance.
Closing Date Of The Morton and Partners Bursary
The Morton and Partners Bursary Programme is currently open, and the last date to apply for it is 31 December 2023. Submissions made after this date will not be entertained.
Contact Details Of The Bursar
For any other queries regarding the bursary programme, contact Morton and Partners at:
- Telephone – 021 425 3100
- Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
If the bursary has already been closed, please do not make any queries if the bursary is closed. View our other bursaries open for application here: https://allbursaries.co.za/notice/