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Kusile invites applicants to applf for Bursary Opportunity for 2020 in South Africa. This Bursary is open for previously disadvantaged students from Mpumalanga Province.
Bursary Application Closing Date: 23 November 2020
Bursary Provider: Kusile
Bursary Location: Mpumalanga
Field of Studies

BSc Enginnering : Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical and Industrial
BSc Construction Management, QS
Diploma in Engineering: Electrical, Industrial, Construction and Quantity Surveying

Requirements
Applicants need to meet the following requirements:

Must be a South African Citizen
Must have passed all first year subjects in 2020 at an accredited South African University or University of Technology
Must be entering 2020 as a full time student
Must submit proof of registration for 2020 academic year
Must provide certified copies of SA ID and Matric certificate ( Proof of studying in Mpumalanga)
Must demonstrate financial need
Must provide a two page CV
Must provide proof of address ( that show you reside in Mpumalanga)

Bursary Covers

Full tuition
Books
Accomodation
Meals

How to Apply
Appliations can be forwarded via email to [email protected] Please use Kusile Bursary 2020 as the subject when applying via email
Notifications
Please note that if you have not been contacted within by Friday, 15 February 2020, consider your applications unsuccessful.
 
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