Department of Energy Bursaries for 2016

Department of Energy Bursaries for 2016 Academic Year (X10 Posts)

Acceptance Requirements:

• South African citizens.
• Studying/have been accepted at an accredited South African Educational Institution in the above mentioned field of study.
• Prepared to enter into an agreement with the Department of Energy and should not have any other bursary funding.

Applicants must complete DOE bursary application form, attach a motivational letter, comprehensive curriculum vitae, certified copies of Matric certificate/latest Matric results, Identity Document, proof of registration, and recent academic records. Application forms are available on www.energy.gov.za or at the reception Department of Energy.

Please note that, No stipend will be offered to successful applicants.

BSC: NUCLEAR PHYSICS (2 POSTS), BSC: NUCLEAR ENGINEERING (3 POSTS), MASTERS: NUCLEAR ENGINEERING (3 POSTS) AND MASTERS: APPLIED RADIATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (2 POSTS)

South African citizens, be studying/have been accepted at an accredited South African Educational Institution in the above mentioned field of study, be prepared to enter into an agreement with the Department of Energy and should not have any other bursary funding.

• Applicants must complete DoE bursary application form, attach a motivational letter, comprehensive curriculum vitae, certified copies of Matric certificate/latest Matric results, Identity Document, proof of registration, and recent academic records. Application forms are available on www.energy.gov.za or at the reception Department of Energy.

Please note that, No stipend will be offered to successful applicants.

Application processes and closing date:

Please forward your application, marked for the attention of Ms E. Masipa and Mr S. Ramogayana for Bursary by post to:

The Director General, Department of Energy.

Private Bag X96
Pretoria
0001

Or

Hand –deliver to: The Department of Energy, 192 Cnr, Visagie and Paul Kruger Streets, Pretoria.
For any enquiries please direct them to: Bursary, tel. (012) 406 7405/7406

THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.

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