STANLIB Bursary Sponsorship Programme 2016
Have you ever dreamed of graduating from university and achieving your goals? If yes, STANLIB, one of the largest investment management companies in South Africa, wants to assist you to get there!
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:
- Actuarial Sciences
- Investment Management
Who can apply?
Students who will be doing the following in 2016
Undergraduate degree (1st, 2nd and 3rd year)
Post-graduate degree (Honours level)
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
How to apply
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: bur[email protected]
Applications will close on 30 October 2015.
* Please Note: 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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