New Bursaries

Check out for New Bursaries  on the site!

Please make sure that you check the closing dates for applications!


 
 
You are fresh out of school and starting your new life at varsity, college or on the employment line...
 
Or you are an old pro and would like to make fresh start in a new career or in your studies. Whatever it may be, starting a new career is exciting and frightening at the same time. Sometimes it's necessary to take stock and look back at where you are in your planning. We would like to help you to find the right funding to start your career.
 
Start applying for Bursaries as early as possible.
Remember to send ALL requested information as incomplete applications are not considered.
 
It is never too early to Start.
 
Use all your Resources to look around and collect as much information as possible about all the Bursaries relevant to your field of Study.
You must know what you want to accomplish and how the Bursary will help you achieve this.
 
Get started today
To become a member and receive updates about available funding click here.
 
The eligibility requirements must be read carefully. Apply only if you are eligible and submit proof of how you meet the criteria.
 
Do not feel afraid to ask any questions.
Bring your strengths to the attention of the Company/Organisation offering the Bursary.
Do not try to create a false impression that you are what you are not - be yourself.
Follow ALL the instructions set out in the application form.
Include all requested attachments, and do not leave any questions unanswered.
Quality and not Quantity. Essays are usually your best opportunity to make a lasting impression - give them the attention they deserve. Do not be afraid to be personal.
Do a spell-check and proofread your application and any essays - get a friend or family member to proofread them too.
Choose references carefully as they will be called on to vouch for your character. They should be able to address different aspects of your character and qualifications. One reference might be a teacher, another reference might be your doctor, and yet another your local Pastor.
Make a copy of everything you send.
Apply for ALL the Bursaries for which you are eligible - address each letter to that specific Bursary requiremnts - DO NOT USE A GENERIC LETTER!
Make sure that your application is received before the closing date, as late submissions will not be acceptedy.
 
Contact the Organisation about a week after you have submitted your application to make sure your application has been received - you can either phone them (best option) or email them.
 
If you are offered a Bursary, send the Organisation a thank you letter. A personal letter is always better than an email.

 

 
 

 
You are fresh out of school and starting your new life at varsity, college or on the employment line...
 
Or you are an old pro and would like to make fresh start in a new career or in your studies. Whatever it may be, starting a new career is exciting and frightening at the same time. Sometimes it's necessary to take stock and look back at where you are in your planning. We would like to help you to find the right funding to start your career.
 
Start applying for Bursaries as early as possible.
Remember to send ALL requested information as incomplete applications are not considered.
 
It is never too early to Start.
 
Use all your Resources to look around and collect as much information as possible about all the Bursaries relevant to your field of Study.
You must know what you want to accomplish and how the Bursary will help you achieve this.
 
Get started today
To become a member and receive updates about available funding click here.

 
The eligibility requirements must be read carefully. Apply only if you are eligible and submit proof of how you meet the criteria.
 
Do not feel afraid to ask any questions.
Bring your strengths to the attention of the Company/Organisation offering the Bursary.
Do not try to create a false impression that you are what you are not - be yourself.
Follow ALL the instructions set out in the application form.
Include all requested attachments, and do not leave any questions unanswered.
Quality and not Quantity. Essays are usually your best opportunity to make a lasting impression - give them the attention they deserve. Do not be afraid to be personal.
Do a spell-check and proofread your application and any essays - get a friend or family member to proofread them too.
Choose references carefully as they will be called on to vouch for your character. They should be able to address different aspects of your character and qualifications. One reference might be a teacher, another reference might be your doctor, and yet another your local Pastor.
Make a copy of everything you send.
Apply for ALL the Bursaries for which you are eligible - address each letter to that specific Bursary requiremnts - DO NOT USE A GENERIC LETTER!
Make sure that your application is received before the closing date, as late submissions will not be acceptedy.
 
Contact the Organisation about a week after you have submitted your application to make sure your application has been received - you can either phone them (best option) or email them.
 
If you are offered a Bursary, send the Organisation a thank you letter. A personal letter is always better than an email.