2015-2016 Gauteng Dept of Health Medicine Scholarship in Cuba

This is a good news for those who have expectation to learn medicine in Cuba. More, the tuition will be paid fully by the Department. Addition for those whose parents pay the tuition for medical training, they are also welcomed to join Gauteng Dept of Health Medicine Scholarship in Cuba. In the time they are becoming the successful applicants they will sign a bursary contract. If you ask about how long the scholarship will be– it will be divided in three distinctive times. First, it is one year for Spanish and foundation courses, then it becomes five years for medical studies, and right after that it becomes two years. The last one will be occurred in South Africa as the completion of the degree.

Expect to join? Here are some requirements to follow; hold matric in eight entry of requirements for level 4 in Math, Physical Science, English, and Life Science, then, you must be a not only a South Africa citizen but you also must be stayed permanently in Gauteng if you want to apply for Gauteng Depth of Health Medicince Scholarship. For other requirements; your age must be around 18-25, then, you must be registered at Higher Education Institution (3rd year) or Nursing school– out from that will be not considered.

The next thing is about how to apply for the scholarship. The truth, there are many places where you can apply for this scholarship;  Gauteng Dept of Health Penmor Tower Building No 1 Rissik Street Johannesburg and the HR of certain Hospital in Gauteng such as Steve Biko Academic, you can also apply for Medicine Scholarship at Tambo Memorial Hospital and many more. The other things you need to gather for this scholarship are two copies of each document; CV, ID (applicant and guardian), Birth of Certificate, academic record, National Certificate and many more. Be sure, if there is any question– deliver it to Ms Mapula Motaung or Ms Yvonne Skosana. Lastly your application should be hand delivered to the Directorate by or before its closing date on March 20th 2015.

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