GIBB: Engineering Bursaries 2017 in South Africa

GIBB: Engineering Bursaries Programme in South Africa

Have you got what it takes to join a revolutionary engineering intelligence provider? GIBB’s bursary programme aims at attracting exceptional young talent to the firm. If you have what it takes to become part of this exciting team, the GIBB bursary programme is ready to change your life. Bursaries awarded are for full-time university students, studying engineering.

Bursary Application closing date  is 31 August 2016

Bursary Provider:  GIBB

Bursary Location: South Africa

Field of Studies:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Engineering
Bursary Awards
  • Cost of tuition at any university in South Africa
  • Books and stationery
  • Travel costs where applicable
  • Accommodation where applicable
  • Vacation employment

Requirements

  • Must be a South African citizen
  • Must have successfully completed their first year of study.
  • For University, students on the 2nd,3rd, Honours or Masters studying one of the above mentioned fields need to maintain 60% or average.
  • Studying towards an Engineering Degree, Honours or Masters , with specialisation in the following disciplines:  Civil, Electrical, Rail and Roads
  • Attach Copies of your
    • ID
    • CV
    • Matric certificate
    • Full academic record
    • Completed application form
    • Valid contact details

Contract Obligation

  • Employment at any GIBB office in South Africa
  • Vacation work at any GIBB office in South Africa

How to Apply

Click here to download application formCompleted application forms together with required documents can be forwarded to:

The Human Resources Consultant
GIBB
Human Resources Department
PO Box 3965
Cape Town

Click here to Apply Online for GIBB Bursaries Programme 2017

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