WAAW Foundation offers scholarships to a certain number of African women who want to make a career in STEM. The students must be pursuing an undergraduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics field.
Category: Science Bursaries
Cape Wools offers financial help to a certain number of students each year in the form of bursaries. It is funded by the Wool Industry Bursary Trust.For the academic year 2022, the bursaries will be awarded to those that are pursuing their education in Textile or Fashion Design.
The Maize Trust also runs the Maize Trust Bursary Scheme to help meet the labor demand in the sector. For the academic year 2022, it will award students who want to pursue a Master's or Doctoral degree within the maize industry. The bursary value will depend on the level of study. For students pursuing a
Sasol bursaries are offered towards full-time study in the field of engineering and science. It aims to provide both financial and development/mentorship support to the students. Once a candidate completes the study he may also be employed at the Sasol group through its Graduate Development Program.
The part-time bursary is available to the fully paid up members of SAAFoST who wish to study part-time towards a BSc Hons or B.Tech qualification. This bursary is awarded to students on the basis of their academic merit.
The SAAFoST Undergraduate bursary is intended for students who are currently pursuing their undergraduate studies in the field of food science and technology. They will receive a maximum of R 35,000 per year towards their tuition fees. The payments are made directly to the tertiary institution in two installments.
SAAFoST Matriculant bursary is awarded to students on the basis of their academic merit, employment equity, and potential. Students who wish to study full-time towards an undergraduate degree or Diploma in the field of food science and technology can benefit from this bursary. The bursary will provide financial aid towards the tuition fees of the
Dr. DL Milne is known for his endless contributions to the subtropical fruit industry. The Subtrop Lindsey Milne bursary program is named after him and dedicated in his honor. This bursary program is founded to assist those students who wish to make a career in the Subtropical fruit industry in South Africa.
Sanlam is calling on suitable candidates who are looking for bursary support to submit an application for its current Bursary Programme offering. The bursary programme is for high potential students who wish to advance their actuarial studies but are hindered mainly by financial constraints.
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.