Latest Masakhisizwe Bursary Programme To Join For 2017

Bursary opportunity for 2017, it is already opened at Masakhisizwe through Masakhisizwe bursary programme. Obviously, there are requirements to meet to make the bursary accessible, so pay your attention closely. What is tertiary qualification that you pursue? The bursary opportunity is schemed for potential students that aim for either degree or diploma in Town and Regional Planning, Quantity Surveying, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, and the last one is architecture. Considering yourself within the circle? You can move to another requirements.

Available Bursaries

Enroll to the major that is requested is not adequate to be awarded to Masakhisizwe bursary programme, as you need as well to enroll to Cape Peninsula University of Technology, University Of Stellenbosch, and University of Cape Town. If you can match with those mentioned requirements, then last essential factor, you should be citizen of South Africa and you need to prove that you are registered at one of  the aforesaid higher institutions. If you are successfully pass the requirements to win the bursary, you will obtain; free prescribed books and other materials, tuition fees,and  transport costs (meal and accommodation costs). The chance to renew the bursary per year is there, however terms and condition apply. In many instances, you should preform better academic result, or at less maintain your good academic track.

Click here to download the bursary application form

To win Masakhisizwe bursary opportunity, there is no other way but apply for the bursary that makes you to download the application form for the bursary to complete it afterward. Finish with it and other requested documents, you can deliver the application; Masakhisizwe Bursary Programme/Private Bag X9185/Cape Town/8000. Also, you can fax your application to, 021 483 2615. Additional and detailed information about the bursary opportunity, you can find them directly from L Maggott (021 483 9545) or T Highburg (021 483 2963). Lastly women from rural areas and people with disadvantaged background will be preferred.