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Engen Bursary/Scholarship South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

Engen Bursary/Scholarship South Africa

Engen Petroleum, a South African oil and gas company, is offering a great bursary/scholarship to hardworking students looking to further their studies.

Bursaries offered in the following disciplines

  • BSc Project Management & Technological Research
  • BA Communications
  • BSc Industrial Hygiene
  • BCom Information Systems/ BSc Computer Science
  • BSc/BCom Statistics
  • BCom Transport Economics
  • BCom/ BTech Marketing
  • BCom Business Management
  • BCom Finance/ Accounting
  • BCom/ Btech Credit Management

Requirements

  • Matric with Maths and Science subjects

We are looking for candidates for our bursary/scholarship .

Closing date

Deadline for applications is 30 June 2015.

About Engen

Engen in South Africa focuses on the downstream refined petroleum products market and related businesses. The company’s core functions are the refining of crude oil, the marketing of our primary refined petroleum products and the provision of convenience services via our extensive retail network.

Shoprite Bursary Scheme

Kick-start you career with a Shoprite Bursary scheme

If you are looking for a lifetime career where you can grow and learn about a diverse range of inspirational brands, if you would like to be part of a unique company that offers brilliant opportunities and has a passion for its staff and customers… then come and EXPLORE the opportunities at the Shoprite Group and discover how you can BE MORE!

The program involves full study bursaries of between R 30 000 and R 60 000 per year (depending on the study area), and vacation work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get a bursary scheme from Africa’s largest retailer to study any of the following:

  • Retail Business / Hospitality Management: The Bursary aims at attracting and funding future Trainee Retail Managers who want to follow the lucrative management career in Retail. The Bursary is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and Honours Students.
  • Logistics / Supply Chain: The Bursary aims at attracting and funding future Logistics and Supply Chain specialists to join the leading fast-moving consumer goods retailer in Africa on distribution and related activities. The Bursary is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and Honours Students.
  • Marketing: The Bursary aims at attracting and funding future Marketing specialists to join Shoprite’s Marketing department upon graduation. The Bursary scheme is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and Honours Students.
  • Accounting (CA Stream): The Shoprite Bursary scheme aims at attracting and funding talented Chartered Accounting students to become part of our Finance team after completion of their studies. The Bursary is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and Honours Students.
  • Information Technology: This Bursary aims at attracting and funding future Innovative Programmers who have a passion and a vision for ensuring dynamic outputs in an area known for ongoing change. The Bursary is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and Honours Students.
  • Pharmacy Technician: The Bursary aims at attracting and funding talented Pharmacy Technician students who have a passion for Health Care in the Retail Industry. The Bursary is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and 4th year students.
  • BPharm: The Bursary scheme aims at attracting and funding talented Pharmacy students who have a passion for Health Care in the Retail Industry. The Bursary is available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and 4th year students.

Closing date

Applications close on 30 July 2015.

Source: www.shoprite.co.za

CETA Learnership and Bursary Scam. Be Careful

Ceta WebsiteWe have observed misleading communications on various portals as well as fraudulent emails related to the Construction Education and Training Authority’s (“the CETA”) learnership and bursary programme appointment processes whereby potential learners are requested to pay a sum of R99 towards processing their learnership and/or bursary application forms.

Please note that the CETA is a public entity and learnership and/or bursary opportunities are at no cost to interested individuals.

Job seekers and/or potential CETA-funded programme learners are warned to beware of fraudulent entities placing adverts on the internet in the name of the CETA and skills development.

The public must please consider this the CETA’s formal disclaimer to the adverts entitled, “Telkom/CETA/Learnership Offer” and/or “Telkom/CETA/Learnership Offer” and any other adverts pertaining to the CETA employment opportunities and the CETA-funded programmes that were not advertised by the CETA.

For more information on the processes involved with both the CETA programmes, as well as the CETA employment opportunities, the CETA welcomes the public to contact its Head Office Contact details here http://www.vocational.co.za/cetaseta-construction-education-and-training-authority/

 

Probe of problems in awarding students loans and bursaries

Problems in awarding students loans and bursaries

FINANCIAL support for tertiary students through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) would continue to fall short of demand, and the fund was set to undergo a forensic audit to establish “deficiencies” in disbursements, the Department of Higher Education and Training said on Monday.

The government scheme would provide loans and bursaries worth R9.5bn this year, including R526.9m to develop scarce skills. There would be 425,095 spaces available for further study across the tertiary education spectrum this year, Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande said.

Both demand for financial aid and for places at a university will continue to outstrip demand.

Department of Higher Education and Training directorgeneral Gwebinkundla Qonde said this year would see the “rolling out of a comprehensive forensic investigation” as the department believed that “the money that is readily available — if properly and legitimately used — can cover quite a lot”.

“There are a number (of problems), such as students that are not supposed to be legitimate beneficiaries getting into the scheme.” The problems included students providing false information and “colluding officials”, Mr Qonde said.

Higher Education SA CEO Jeffrey Mabelebele said on Monday the body, which represents the vice-chancellors of SA’s public universities, supported the forensic audit, which was “long overdue”. Universities had also agreed to improve their own forensic capabilities, he said.

The issue of financial aid sparked a number of incidents of campus violence last year, when half the applicants to the scheme were turned down. Most students will hear this month if their applications have been successful.

Last year, NSFAS received R8.3bn — excluding R1bn to address shortfalls reported by tertiary institutions for that year and 2013. The estimated need for NSFAS funding was R51bn over the next three years, the scheme’s CEO, Msulwa Daca, said on Monday.

This year, NSFAS would be funding 205,000 first-time and continuing eligible students at universities and 200,000 students at technical and vocational education and training colleges, Mr Nzimande said. Most would be from poor backgrounds.

Many universities have reported that applications have exceeded spaces for some programmes by 10:1.

 

Source: www.bdlive.co.za

SAPOA raises R40m for Bursary Fund through Services SETA contribution

SAPOA announced at the Annual SAPOA International Convention and Property Exhibition that it has raised R40-million for its Bursary Fund.

 

SAPOA Bursary Fund

“Over the next four years, R40-million has been approved for 100 bursary students,” said Head of STANLIB Direct Property Investments and Outgoing SAPOA President, Amelia Beattie. “We have surpassed our original 50 student goal,” adds Beattie.

The money was raised through a contribution by the Services SETA (SSETA) after negotiations with SAPOA took place over the last seven weeks.
Pamela Snyman, a Board member of the SSETA who represented the Chair of the SSETA at the Convention, said: “My wish and my goal is to see, through SAPOA, these students partaking in postgraduate degrees after the next four years”.

Passionate about real estate and education, Snyman highlighted that initiatives such as the SAPOA Bursary Fund is what the country needs. “We need skills today and we all need to stand up together and do something – we need to fly high and we need aspiration,” added Snyman.

Snyman said that through education, training and skills development, we can assist the youth in becoming independent as well as budding entrepreneurs. “They also need to be focused and relentless in their goals and dreams. The youth need to stay current and up to date as well as face challenges head on,” she said.

In the effort of addressing transformation in the property industry coupled with the aim of alleviating the skills shortage in the country, SAPOA established a bursary fund scheme five years ago which has garnered success since its inception.

“About five years ago, the SAPOA Bursary Fund was initiated with the sole objective to create a fund in the commercial property industry for scholarships and bursaries for previously-disadvantaged individuals,” says SAPOA Chief Executive Officer, Neil Gopal.

“These students are taken through a four year BSc degree, with the fund fully managed at the SAPOA head office, hence removing the intensive administrative matters out of our member’s hands. The students are then placed with member companies by SAPOA on completion of their degree,” explains Gopal.

source eprop.co.za

“The future of our nation depends on how we invest in its youth,” concluded Gopal.

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