Its always good to know when bursaries are closing so you dont waste you precious time filling bursaries application forms . This post about bursaries closing in february 2018 will help anyone who need a fast bursary before the end of february 2018
List of bursaries closing in february 2018
These are some bursaries closing in 2018
FirstRand Laurie Dippenaa bursary 2018
IThe firstrand bursary will be closing on 22 february 2018 so you have some time left to apply .
- South African citizen,
- Studying towards a postgraduate degree,
- Studying outside of South Africa at any internationally recognised university,
- Have NOT studied outside of the country before,
- Conditionally accepted by your university of choice,
- Excellent academic record.
If you want to apply for firstrand laurie dippenaa bursary 2018 click here, you will also get more information on how to apply and courses which are accepted into the program
sactwu bursary 2018
SACTWU stands for Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers’ Union and they have interesting bursaries for south african students
The Bursary Scheme has the following features:
All bursaries are non-repayable.
SACTWU members, their husbands or wives, their children and legally adopted children, as well as staff members can apply for a bursary.
The bursary is paid directly to the university, technikon or college.
The educational institution must be registered with the National Department of Education.
The bursary does not cover 100% of the fees. For universities, it pays 75% of fees up to a maximum of R35 000 per annum. The student must pay the remaining percentage of the fees.
Applications deadline is end February each year for first and full year courses and 2nd week of August for second semester courses.
click here to read more and apply for sactwu bursaries
bursary closing dates Full year study and first semester: 28 February 2018.
Second semester: 8 August 2018.
Poliomyelitis Research Foundation [PRF] bursaries 2018
Closing Dates: 28 February, 15 September each year
- The PRF awards bursaries towards obtaining the following types of qualifications:
- BSc (Hons) – Applicants that have obtained a minimum pass of 60%
- Masters – Applicants that have obtained a minimum pass of 60%
- Bursaries are ordinarily awarded only to South African citizens or persons with permanent residency permits for South Africa. A limited number of bursaries may be awarded to other non-South African applicants.
- The PRF does not support applications from full-time employees (salary receiving employees)
- Once the award has been made the scholarship holder cannot change the research project without the approval of the PRF
- All new applications as well as renewal applications must be completed in full and all required documents attached (this includes Supervisor’s written support)
- Please note: Other than exceptional circumstances the maximum duration of support will be 2 years for Masters and 3 years for PhD bursaries.
Choose the below application forms that best fills your need