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BHP Billiton Bursary Scheme 2014.
We are a leading global resources company. Our purpose is to create long-term shareholder value through the discovery, acquisition, development and marketing of natural resources.
Across our global operations, we are committed to working in ways that are true to Our BHP Billiton Charter values of Sustainability, Integrity, Respect, Performance, Simplicity and Accountability. When we do, we continue to build on our success today and for tomorrow.
At BHP Billiton we always seek to attract talent to our existing high-performing teams. Part of the commitment to our search for excellence is providing educational support to talented students in the form of tertiary bursaries. If you are successful in your application, you will enter a world of new opportunity as a BHP Billiton bursar. You will be allocated to one of the Company’s Customer Sector Groups operating in your country and will begin your journey to a bright future in the world’s largest diversified resources company, BHP Billiton. BHP Billiton Bursary Scheme application notes and instructions.
Fields of Study for Bursary: Engineering and Built Environment.
- BEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical);
- BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical);
- BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical);
- BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial);
- BEng or BSc Engineering (Mining);
- Science; and
- BSc (Metallurgy).
Application for Bursary:
• Ensure that you read every section and that the information you provide is complete and accurate.
• Only original application forms will be accepted – please do not fax your application form.
• Please supply all the requested information or explain why you cannot provide it.
• Please specify the discipline you are applying for in the space provided on the form.
• Do not send original certificates and results.
• Current matriculants do not need to provide preliminary results – final Grade 11 will suffice.
• Bursaries will only be awarded for the year following the one in which the application is received.
• A passport photograph of the applicant must be attached to the application form.
• Please sign at the end of your application in the space provided.
The Harmony Bursary 2015 have been announced by the company and can manage your educational expenses with else, so if you are deserving student, then you must apply for the Harmony Bursaries 2014 available in South Africa. This bursary can be beneficial for you if you are finding it difficult to manage your educational expenditure.
The Harmony Bursary Scheme has been created to award successful applicants with bursaries for full time study at accredited tertiary institutions. The scheme covers tuition and residence fees, the cost of prescribed text books and also provides a personal allowance. The scheme is designed to contribute to the development of historically disadvantaged South Africans. Harmony Gold was incorporated 62 years ago and is one of the largest gold mining companies in the world and the third largest gold producer in South Africa.
The Bursary Scheme accommodates students entering or is already at Tertiary Institutions. As an employer of choice, Harmony seeks to attract talent by educating and developing individuals so that they can acquire the appropriate skills, knowledge and qualifications.
Harmony Gold was incorporated 62 years ago and is one of the largest gold mining companies in the world and the third largest gold producer in South Africa. Harmony is a multi-listed company and its primary listing is on the JSE Limited (ticker: HAR). Harmony operates mines in South Africa and Papua New Guinea.
Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current ONLY)
IT (Information technology)
In order to study in 2015 you must have applied to register with your university of choice by 2014.
Certified copies of ID and Academic records.
Applicants applying for bursaries with less than an achievement level of 5 in Mathematics and Science will not be considered for Geology and Science degrees. For Engineering, the minimum requirement for
Maths & Science is level 6. Mathematics literacy will not be accepted.
Industrial Development Corporation is offering the latest Bursary Programme 2015 being offered for specific fields of study in Engineering and Commercial Sciences. This bursary is being offered in ALL provinces.
Industrial Development Corporation is offering Bursaries for 2015 available for those candidates who are hard working and willing hard to manage their educational finances. IDC Bursaries 2015 in South Africa should be availed by students who are deserving. They should send bursary application form at the earliest possible time after having look on the details of available bursaries at IDC.
Fields of study in which bursaries are awarded have to be directly related to industry, and will only include the following:
Analytical Chemistry and
Geology. (Technikon level leading to B. Tech).
Applied Commercial Sciences:
BCom (Accountancy CA),
BCom Information Systems,
South African citizens with a valid ID number residing in the Republic of South Africa and who qualify for admission to a University or University of Technology and FET college, and are not studying with the aid of an employer or bursary.
Applicants must have grade 12 Maths and Science with a minimum of a B aggregate symbol.
University or University of Technology students who have already successfully completed one or more years will be considered on their Grade 12 and most recent academic results.
If you are already studying towards a degree course for which you are applying for a bursary, you must have passed all courses for which you have registered at the university for the study period already completed.
Applications must be for full time studies towards an academic degree at an accredited South African university or university of technology.
Fidelity Fund Bursary 2015
- The minimum requirement for qualification for such a bursary is a BA (Law), B Comm (Law), B Iuris or B Proc degree ora similar qualification or proof of successful completion of the first two years of the revised 4-year LLB curriculum.
- If you are currently in your 1st semester of your second year, we can assist with a bursary for your 3rd and 4th year of study.
- If you are currently in your 1st semester of your third year, we can assist with a bursary for your final year of study.
- Preference will be given to applicants in serious financial need, although outstanding academic merit will be taken into consideration.
- A bursary shall only be applied towards the tuition fees of a recipient.
- The Fund’s Board of Control will in each case determine the amount of the bursary.
- A bursary can be awarded for a maximum period of two years at a South African University.
How Do I Apply?
Simply send Liesel Decker a letter via post, fax or e-mail to request a prescribed application form.
You must complete all the questions in the form and attach all relevant documents where requested to. If you leave any questions blank, we may send the incomplete form back to you and it will not be submitted to the Bursary Committee until all the necessary information is provided.
Mrs Liesel Decker
Attorneys Fidelity Fund
5th Floor Waalburg Building,
28 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8001
P O Box 3062, Cape Town, 8000
Docex 154, Cape Town
National Department of Social Development Social Work Scholarship
The scholarship: As part of the recruitment and retention strategy and initiative to address critical and scarce skills in the sector, the National Department of Social Development is hereby making a scholarship available in the field of Social Work.
Applications are open to current Social Work students as well as prospective students who would like to enroll for a Social Work Degree. Students who are currently holders of a National Department of Social Development Scholarship do not have to apply.
The Scholarship will cover Registration, Tuition, Prescribed books, stipend for practical’s and official accommodation provided by the University (ONLY ACCOMODATION, WHICH HAS BEEN CONTRACTED BY THE RELEVANT UNIVERSITY WILL BE CONSIDERED).
The applicant must:
Be a South African Citizen
New applicants must comply with the entry requirements set by the University and provide proof of admission by the University or a proof of payment for admission.
Fully and correctly complete the scholarship application form which is obtainable from the Social Work faculty at the University or from the Provincial Departments of Social Development (See contact details below).
Attach the following documentation such as a CV, certified copies of grade 12 results, Academic Record, your Identity Document, your parents or legal guardian identity document and their proof of income.
Be prepared to enter into an agreement for counter service with the Department of Social Development.
THE STUDENT SHOULD STILL APPLY TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HIS/HER CHOICE TO REQUEST ADMISSION.
The Applicant must:
- Be a South African Citizen
- Comply with the entry requirements set by the University
- Fully and correctly complete the Scholarship Application form
- Be prepared to enter into an agreement with the Department (More details will be contained in the agreement)
- Must complete the qualification within the minimum period as prescribed by the University
What Documentation must I attach to my application?
- Certified copy of Grade 12 results
- Certified copy of Identity Document of applicant
- Certified copy of ID and Proof of income of Parent/ Guardian
- Current first year students/Prospective students in Social Work who need to undergo a selection process as prescribed by the University must provide proof that they have been selected to continue with their studies. (proof of admission by the University/proof of payment for admission)
- Certified copy of Identity Document of applicant
- Certified copy of Academic record on the official letterhead of the University
If the above documentation is not attached to your application form then your application will not be considered.
Current Social Work Scholarship Holders
Please note that current Social Work Scholarship Holders students must have passed and be progressing to the next level of their studies as per their respective universities requirements to be considered for further funding.
How will I know that I have been selected for a scholarship?
A selection panel will assess all the applications received. Due to the large number of applications received only successful candidates will be informed in writing. Make sure that the address provided on your application form is correct. PLEASE APPLY THROUGH YOUR PROVINCE. PROVINCIAL CONTACT DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE IN THIS INFORMATION PACK.
The applicant must indicate in writing if he/she accepts the scholarship. A special reply slip will be attached to the notification letter and will have to be returned to the Departmental representative within 14 days after receipt of the notification.
After receipt of the acceptance letter of the applicant by the Departmental Representative, arrangements will be made for the signing of the scholarship contract. (More details will be contained in the contract).
A copy of the acceptance letter and the signed scholarship contract will be provided to NSFAS to arrange for payment.
Scholarship monies will only be paid out once the scholarship contract, curriculum exposition, the letter of acceptance and the specified statement of fees due to the University have been received by the Department/NSFAS. It is in your own interest to furnish the relevant parties with the above–mentioned documents without delay.
Failure to comply with these stipulations will mean that you forfeit the scholarship
It is the responsibility of a Scholarship to provide the Provincial Department with his/her results on an annual basis until he/she finishes his/her studies
What will be covered by the Scholarship?
The Scholarship will pay for Registration, Tuition, Prescribed Books transport allowance for full-time students who not utilizing university accommodation, Meals, Accommodation provided by the university and stipends for practicals. Only accommodation contracted by the relevant university will be considered.
Please note that:
a) Only specified accounts will be paid. When purchasing books, every item must be specified. Only prescribed study material will be covered by the scholarship.
b) This Department pays, within the amount of the scholarship, only appropriate expenses and does not pay out any unused money to the student.
c) All claims for payment must be submitted to your NSFAS office by not later than 1 March for the first semester and 1 August for the second semester to ensure that all accounts are paid timeously. STUDENTS SHOULD LIAISE WITH THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICES TO COMPLETE AND SIGN THE SCHEDULE OF PARTICULARS. FAILURE TO DO THIS MAY RESULT IN THE NON-PAYMENT OF THEIR ACCOUNTS.
d) Full study fees will only be settled after April, however a minimum payment will be made by NSFAS after receipt of a proforma invoice.
To enable the Department to keep abreast of your academic progress and to authorize the payment of scholarship monies for further years, it will be necessary for you to give an exposition of your intended curriculum for each year of study. This should clearly indicate your major and ancillary subjects.
On enrolling at an Institution of Higher Learning for the new academic year, kindly fill in the name and address of the above-mentioned departmental representative on the appropriate section of the registration form. This will ensure that both a progress report as well as your examination results will be forwarded to the Department. Such action will expedite the payment of your scholarship money by NSFAS.
You may not change your field of study for which the scholarship was awarded.