Embarking on a mission to fortify communities through the pillars of Science and Engineering, AECOM is thrilled to unveil its latest initiative – the Engineering, Quantity Surveying, and Environmental Scientist Bursaries exclusively tailored for South African learners.
eThekwini Municipality invites students to apply for its bursary program for the upcoming academic year. The bursary covers tuition fees, examination fees, accommodation, book allowance, and a one-time computer allowance in the second study year (subject to agreement compliance).
Students are invited to apply for the Ndwedwe Local Municipality Bursary program for the upcoming academic year through the Ndwedwe Local Municipality.
Bursaries will be awarded to students studying within the municipality’s core and support functions if they live in the Ndwedwe Local Municipality (KwaZulu-Natal).
The Bushbuckridge Local Municipality is inviting students to apply for their bursary programme for the upcoming academic year.
Bursaries are available for students residing in the Bushbuckridge area, specifically targeting studies in the various scarce skills fields.
ARRCC’s intention is to promote the advancement of Interior Design and Interior Architecture by providing assistance to students in successfully completing their studies in this sector. Upon graduation, beneficiaries of the bursary will be obligated to fulfill their practical training obligations with ARRCC.
The Cape Agulhas Municipality is accepting applications for bursaries for the 2023 academic year from students who are currently pursuing or plan to pursue higher education. These bursaries will be granted to students who reside within the Cape Agulhas municipal area
SAOTA is awarding bursaries to students pursuing architecture degrees at the Postgraduate level. The bursary program was incepted in 2012 and to date, it has awarded 44 bursaries to students pursuing architecture studies in the country.
The Boogertman + Partners bursary is inviting applications from students studying architecture, landscape design, interior design and urban design. The bursary aims to bridge the historical inequalities of South Africa’s past. They provide opportunities to students of disadvantaged backgrounds and help them to the forefront.
The Masakh’iSizwe Bursary Programme is a collaboration between the Western Cape Government Department of Transport and Public Works, tertiary study institutions, relevant professional structures, and several non-governmental organisations (NGOs). The bursaries are applicable to students wishing to study in the fields of engineering and building science.
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