MQA Bursary Scholarship Program
The mission of a bursary program is that to assist students with great academic talents to complete their tertiary education through financial aid. Help talented students with excellent academic performance in science and maths, MQA bursary scholarship is designed. If you are students who are aiming for diploma, degree, certificate or BTech at TVET, Universities, or Universities of Technology, in case you need financial aid for your education, ensure to apply. Even so, the bursary program is meant only for students whose field of studies relevant to bursary. Prior applying the bursary program, the bursary scheme is available for, (1) learners of grade 12, and (2) applicants who recently undergo grade 12 examination.
For field of studies that inline with MQA bursary scholarship 2017, 2018 & 2019 program, it depends upon the higher institution where the applicants enroll. Continue your education to Universities or Universities of Technology, field of studies to choose are, industrial engineering, geology, mining survey, mechanical engineering, mining engineering, rock engineering, environmental health & development, and more. Whilst if you are registered as TVET students, the trades that to pick, are; rigger ropesman, fitting (including machinery), instrumentation technician, electrician and more. You can Download Application Form
Once you are done with the requirements for MQA bursary scholarship program including the application form , you have to submit your application based on where your reside. Nevertheless, the bursary scholarship program is available in Northern Cape, North West, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Free State, Eastern Cape, and Gauteng. Ensure that you know that the application for the bursary program is only opened until October 31st. Further inquires related to the bursary program, you can contact 011 547 2741 (Mr Lesley Henderson). Despite that any students who meet the requirements have chance to win the bursary program, bursary scholarship program at MQA will prioritize applicants who are residing in rural communities, female applicants, or applicants with disabilities.