Department of Environmental Affairs: Bursaries 2017
Department of Environmental Affairs is offering bursaries for the academic year 2017. The department offers bursaries to previously disadvantage South African citizens; the purpose of the programme is to establish an effective system for continuous development of qualified candidates for future appointments and mobility in both the public and private sector.
Bursary Application deadline is 31 October 2016
Bursary Provider: Department of Environmental Affairs
Bursary Location: South Africa
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How to apply
Application form and advert:
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Enquiries and hand deliveries:
473 Steve Biko Street,
C/o Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Road
Tel: +27 12 399 8685
Tel: +27 12 399 8684
Tel: +27 12 399 9018
Department of Environmental Affairs
63 Strand Street
Tel: +27 21 814 8085
Tel: +27 21 814 8088
Applications must be directed to Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001, Attention: Learning and Development.
Procedures and information to apply
Consideration will be given to previously disadvantaged and people with disability who are South African students who have successfully completed their first year of undergraduate study or those who are currently registered for postgraduate studies. However, strongly motivated applications from first-year students within the above mentioned fields of study will also be considered. The maximum amount of the bursary is R40 000.00
Interested students must submit the following documents: • Motivation as to why the bursary should be awarded to you • Certified copies of qualifications and recent academic records • Certified copies of Identity Document (Applicant and the both parents or guardian) • Confirmation of proof of registration (if already enrolled with the institution of higher learning) or Admission letter • Proof of parents or guardian’s income • Must be a South African citizen.
Note: This advert only applies to individuals that are registered as fulltime students with the institution of higher learning and not employed. Please indicate clearly on the application form the reference number and the study field. Correspondence will be limited to successful applicants only. If you have not been contacted by end of January 2017, please accept that your application was unsuccessful, Successful applicants will be expected to sign a bursary contract. No faxed documents / applications will be allowed.
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