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Dept of Roads & Transport: Bursaries 2021 in Gauteng
The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport is offering Bursary Opportunities for theacademic year 2021 / 2020 to deserving students who intend to enroll in the above mentioned fields of studies.
Bursary Application deadline is 15 December 2021
Bursary Provider: Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport
Bursary Location: Gauteng
Field of Studies :
Town and Regional Planning
Copies of Valid ID
Certified copies of Matric Certificate / latest school results/ Qualifications
Proof of admission from institution of higher learning acceptance letter
Satisfactory academic record (if currently enrolled for any of the above mentioned degrees)
Proof of household / parents income
South Africa Citizen
Students who meets the entry requirements at an accredited institution of higher learning
Fill time students intended to study at an accredited institution of higher learning in the academic year 2021
Students who are already registered
How to apply
Bursary Application forms are obtained at the Department and should be delivered at: Department of Roads and Transport, 41 Simmonds Street (Cnr Pritchard & Simmonds Street), Sage Life Building- Ground Floor Reception, Marshalltown, Johannesburg.
Alternatively on : Department of Roads and Transport Internet: Click here to Apply Online
Enquiries: Bonolo ,Tell 011 355 7564/7488
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