The South African Breweries Limited (SAB)’s Bursary Support Opportunities on 2020 for South African Current and Future Students
The South African Breweries Limited (SAB) primarily works in building its mass market-based portfolios, with its domineering beer products as its major profit resources. As far as its business operation goes, SAB has retained a 98% of total beer industries’ market share in South Africa and produced a fantastic amount of more than 25 breweries outside South Africa and in the sub-Saharan parts of Africa, making it the world’s fourth-largest brewer.
SAB’s excellent histories in producing beer don’t stop in merely sustaining its business operations. Rather, it has developed economic-building programmes that support South Africa’s employment equity schemes since the last 1990, including disbursing bursaries to South African current and future students whose fields of studies are in-line with SAB’s and South Africa’s skills needs.
SAB’s Bursary Programme’s Schemes and Requirements
SAB’s bursary programme is based on its commitment to South Africa’s national skill development agenda as well as efforts to address its company’s skill needs. Given those previously-mentioned facts, SAB funds South African people who study or intend to study in any fields that comply with SAB’s skills’ goals and, at the same time, able to answer South Africa’s skill shortages.
As a part of its bursary programme’s schemes, SAB will pay the bursary recipients’ tuition fee and give them plenty of work-based training opportunities, namely summer schools or vacation work, to build up the bursary recipients’ experiences and networks once they graduate. After graduating, SAB’s bursary recipients will have opportunities to work for SAB as full-time graduate trainees.
Aside from being South Africa citizens and current or future Bachelor students, bursary candidates should possess these following requirements in order to qualify for SAB’s bursary supports:
- Have an average Matric mark of 75% at the end of 2020.
- Both have and have commitments to maintain a weighted mark of at least 70% during their studies.
- Show evidence to be great leaders and don’t violate from behaviour’s code of conducts at any times of applying, undergoing studies, and after graduating.
How to Apply for SAB’s Bursary Programme
First, applicants should head on to SAB’s main bursary portal and search for the “Apply Now” button located on below. If applicants happen to click on that button, they will shortly be redirected to the bursary application page. Next, they will have to click on the “Apply Online” button to be redirected to SAB’s bursary’s login page. Finally, create a new registration account by clicking on the “New User” button and complete all of the necessary fields and documents over there.
There are also alternative ways for applicants wishing to apply for SAB’s bursary programme. Depending on the social media account they have, they can choose between Google+ or Yahoo! to log into the SAB’s bursary portal’s systems. The form filling and document uploading sections will be the same as those who register manually, as well as the next application processes if they are shortlisted.
Opening and Closing Dates of 2020’s SAB’s Bursary Programme
SAB opens up new bursary opportunities every year, including on 2020. Since the opening and closing dates may vary each year, it is advisable for interested applicants to view SAB’s main website portal for the most updated information about its opening and closing dates on 2020.
SAB’s Bursary Programme-Related Contacts
Contact SAB’s Customer Care Line on 0860 12 14 14 should there be any further questions regarding on SAB’s bursary programme.
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Source: SAB; Author: Larxsati; Editor: Melisa; Picture: sab.co.za.