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Murray & Roberts Bursary 2014

Murray & Roberts offers bursary for top South African achievers who desire to be part of a world class organization with a global presence.Bursary are available for students studying towards a BSc, B Eng or B Tech qualifications in the fields of Engineering (civil; mechanical; industrial; electrical and mining), Quantity Surveying and Building/Construction Management.Regrettably no first year bursary are available for 2014.Murray & Roberts is committed to the principles of Employment Equity.

Murray & Roberts Bursary 2014
 What does the bursary cover?

Successful applicants enter into a bursary loan agreement with Murray & Roberts.The benefits while studying full time include the following:

  • The company pays to the institution concerned, an amount of money equal to the annual registration fees, costs of tuition & examination fees.
  • The company pays for all prescribed books.
  • The company pays for university provided (residential) accommodation and food or the student may receive an equivalent monthly allowance to assist with his/her living expenses and this must be utilised to cover accommodation, food and traveling expenses.
How will my progress be monitored?

Bursaries are reviewed after each examination based on the student’s academic performance and renewed annually. All bursaries are granted on merit but preference is given to black (Africans, Coloureds and Indian) applicants.A Group Bursary Co-ordinator has been appointed to provide much needed support to our bursars. Our current graduate network is also available to the bursars for support

What happens after graduation?

After graduation, the student will be required to work one year for every year of studies paid for by the company (including any suspension period).In-Service training periods are excluded from this period. The service obligation period will commence after successful completion of studies/after graduation.

Click to expand/collapse the table Who qualifies?

To qualify for a Bursary the student must:

  • Be a South African citizen or permanent resident;
  • be studying full-time towards a relevant degree and at a recognised South African university that is acceptable to Murray & Roberts;
  • able to provide proof of his/her current academic results and be in possession of a grade 12 exemption certificate with Maths and Science;
  • be accepted by the chosen university or university of technology for the specific course;
  • Students must maintain a minimum of 65% aggregate to be considered.

Click to expand/collapse the tableHow does the application/selection process work?

Phase 1 - Apply from 2nd April 2014 to the 2nd June 2014.
Phase 2 - Should you be successful in the first phase, you will be invited by email to complete an online assessment (end of June)
Phase 3 - Should you be shortlisted after Phase 2, you will be invited by email to attend an assessment and practical round in Johannesburg or Cape Town (middle of July)
Phase 4 - Should you be shortlisted after Phase 3, you will be invited by email to attend panel interviews in Johannesburg (beginning of August)
Phase 5 - Should you be shortlisted after Phase 4, you will be invited by email to attend 2nd round interviews at the offices of the Murray & Roberts company that has shown interest in placing you (middle of August)
Phase 6 -
Offers will be made to successful candidates (Beginning of September)
* All communication will be sent via email, and some emails may be sent during the June/July holiday so please make sure that you check your emails regularly

BHP Billiton Bursary 2014

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.

BHP BillitonBursary Scheme 2014

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.

• Where applicable, mark your choice with a cross in the appropriate block.
• 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.

Harmony Bursary Programme 2015

 Harmony Bursary 2015The 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.

 

Qualifications
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current ONLY)
IT (Information technology)

 

Requirements
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.

IDC: Bursary Programme 2015

Industrial Development Corporation Bursary

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.

Qualification

Fields of study in which bursaries are awarded have to be directly related to industry, and will only include the following:

Engineering:
BSc Industrial,
Chemical,
Electrical,
Electronic,
Mechanical,
Mining,
Metallurgy,
Civil,
Analytical Chemistry and
Geology. (Technikon level leading to B. Tech).
Applied Commercial Sciences:

BCom (Accountancy CA),
BCom Information Systems,
Information Technology,
Computer Science,
Investment Management,
Agriculture and
Environmental.

Requirements
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.

Attorneys Fidelity Fund Bursary 2015

Fidelity Fund Bursary 2015

The Attorneys Fidelity Fund (“the Fund”) is a statutory body established and regulated by the provisions of the Attorneys Act of 1979 (“the Act”).Its objective is to protect the public against loss as a result of the theft of trust funds by practitioners. The protection provided by the Fund encourages the public to use services provided by legal practitioners with confidence.What Are The Requirements?
  • 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.

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  • 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

Operations Co-ordinator

Attorneys Fidelity Fund

5th Floor Waalburg Building,

28 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8001

P O Box 3062, Cape Town, 8000

Docex 154, Cape Town