Google is running multiple scholarship programmes to encourage more students to take up science and technology. One such scholarship programme is the ‘Generation Google Scholarship for Women in Computer Science.’ It aims to encourage more female students to enter the field of technology and become computer scientists. The bursary programme is available in many countries, including South Africa.
Huawei is investing millions of Rand each year to train students for the ICT sector and wants bright students who are right out of the college. As part of the bursary terms and conditions, bursaries are required to work at the company after the completion of their studies.
Accenture SA runs an education trust that funds a certain number of students every year. The trust selects students who come from an economically disadvantaged but strong academic background. They should be high performers in their respective areas of study. The students can be either in the second, third, or fourth year of study. They can apply for the scholarship and get the funding.
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