STANLIB: Bursaries 2017 / 2018 in South Africa

STANLIB: Bursaries 2017 / 2018 in South Africa

The STANLIB Bursary Sponsorship Programme gives academically outstanding and previously disadvantaged students the opportunity to study at any public university in South Africa. Students studying towards a degree for the following qualifications are urged to apply for funding for the academic year 2017.

Bursary Application deadline is 04 November 2016

Bursary Provider: STANLIB

Bursary Location: South Africa

  • Actuarial Sciences
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Investment Management
  • Accounting


  •  The applicant must be a South African citizen with a valid South African ID book or smart ID card
  • The applicant must send through a certified ID copy
  • Send through certified ID copies of parent(s)/guardian(s). If parents are deceased a certified copy of the death certificate(s)
  • Salary Advice (payslip) of parent(s)/guardian(s)
  • If applicant is in matric, they must send a copy of their June report card but the final decision about whether funding will be given will be based on the final year-end results
  • The applicant must have achieved an average of 70% in their courses or subjects, as applicable
  • The applicant must have studied mathematics, not mathematics literacy
  • If the applicant is already in University they must provide their academic transcript

Who can apply?

Students who will be doing the following in 2017:

  • Undergraduate degree (1st, 2nd and 3rd year)
  • Post-graduate degree (Honours level)

How to apply

Click here to download the application form

You can post your application form and supporting documents to:

17 Melrose Boulevard,
Melrose Arch, 2196 OR P O Box 202, Melrose Arch,  2076 OR Email to: [email protected]


If you do not receive any feedback about your application from us three (3) weeks after the closing date, do consider your application as unsuccessful.

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