Which bursaries are still open?

The bursaries listed here have no specific closing date and you can apply for these bursaries all year round.

  • The Deloitte Bursary for Chartered Accountancy.
  • The Mintek Postgraduate Bursary Programme.
  • The EY Bursary for Chartered Accountancy.
  • The Electrum Bursary for Computer Science and Engineering.
  • The KPMG Bursary.

Who is eligible for student bursary?

You must: be at least 16 and under 19 on 31 August 2022. study at a publicly funded school or college, or be on an unpaid training course. meet the residency requirements – your school or college can check this.

How much is the bursary for students?

You could get a bursary worth up to £1,200, depending on your circumstances and benefits.

How much is a student bursary?

How do you ask for a school bursary?

Who to Call? The first step is to call the admissions office, or look on the school website, to see if bursaries are offered at your child’s point of entry. Many schools offer fee assistance from seven-plus, others only at 11+ upwards.

How do I qualify for a bursary?

Qualifying for a Bursary You have a strong academic history (some bursaries require good grades in certain subjects – e.g. Maths/Science/Languages) You have currently been studying or intend to study within a specific field of study which is suitable for the bursary program.

Are there any Arts bursaries in South Africa for 2022?

SA Bursaries has compiled the biggest list of Arts bursaries, scholarship and funding opportunities in South Africa for 2022 & 2023 studies – scroll down to find your field of study: Dance is a disciplined art form whereby a dancer moves their body in a rhythmic way within a space and to music.

What is an arts bursary?

Bursaries are offered to students studying towards an arts qualification. Bursaries are offered towards an Arts qualification at any institution of Higher Learning and Further Education Training levels in South Africa and abroad.

How do I apply for the AFDA bursary in South Africa?

FEDISA can be contacted on 021 424 0975. Alternatively, send a mail to [email protected]. The AFDA Board of Education offers the Post Graduate Honours Development Bursary specifically for students who want to pursue a career in television, film and performance, and who wish to study towards a Postgraduate BA Honours qualification in Motion Picture.

What is the South African arts scholarship?

The annual arts scholarship is available to the qualifying students of Fine Arts in South Africa. A Fine Arts student may apply for the scholarship for their final year of undergraduate degree studies.