A Diverse Set of Western Cape Government Bursary Opportunities 2018 for Intended Undergraduate or Postgraduate Students
The Western Cape Government’s Bursary Programme’s Schemes
Western Cape Government offers bursary supports to help to finance South African people who intend to take their first Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree, yet have problems in fully-funding their university-related costs by themselves.
Bursary schemes from the Western Cape Government vary from the fully- or partially-funded ones to the “work-back” loan schemes that permit recipients to pay their fees after working and graduating from the assigned university. In addition, bursaries are given to each specific study programme’s students depending on the Western Cape Government’s national- or provincial-based skilled work needs.
In distributing its bursary aids, the Western Cape Government collaborates with various South African government’s departments, Western Cape-based universities, and National Departments of South Africa. Some of the schemes used by those partnering institutions are noted below:
- Bursaries for intended studies and/or career purposes in finance and accounting subjects are available through The Western Cape Provincial Treasury (for Grade 12 students) or the “Bursary Essay Competition” by the group of Nedbank, Provincial Treasury and the Western Cape Education Department (for Grade 11 students).
- The Western Cape Department of Health is offering bursary supports for full-time health professional certification studies every year.
- Engineering and built environment-enthusiasts can apply for The Masakhi’iSizwe Centre of Excellence offered by South African’s the Department of Transport and Public Works to help to fund in a degree or higher diploma-based learning environment.
- Western Cape-based universities, such as The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), The University of Cape Town (UCT), The University of the Western Cape (UWC), or Stellenbosch University are offering full and partial bursary aids for any Undergraduate and Postgraduate level-studies.
- Those who want to train themselves through South African’s public colleges or universities can request Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) bursaries offered by the National Student Financial Aid Service (NSFAS).
- Education enthusiasts are encouraged to apply for either one of the fully-funded Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme to achieve career prospects and teaching qualifications as full-time teachers in South African public schools or The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA)’s bursary programme for various higher education-based bursary opportunities.
- More opportunities and schemes of the Western Cape Government’s diverse bursary programmes can be seen through its official bursary web page.
How to Apply for the Western Cape Government’s Bursary Programme
Interested candidates who want to apply for either one of the aforementioned Western Cape Government’s bursary programme schemes should first and foremost head to the Western Cape Government’s bursary programme’s official web page and choose one bursary support that best suit their educational needs.
Choosing the most suitable bursary programme of the Western Cape Government involves on clicking links that are related to bursary in some extents. Remember that clicking on the bursary providers’ name will result in redirections to the official main page, not the official bursary page.
Normally, these providers will require applicants to download the application form and attach all supporting documents along with their completed form. Applicants are usually required to submit these documents through online or postal means to the assigned address. Since different bursary providers have their own different needs and processes, it is advisable to head over the Western Cape Government’s bursary programme’s page for most recently-updated bursary programme’s application processes.
Opening and Closing Dates of the Western Cape Government’s Bursary Programme on 2018
Western Cape Government opens up new opportunities for disbursing bursary funds each year, with each different opening and closing deadlines for its partnering institutions that provide bursary supports. Refer to the Western Cape Government’s official bursary page for the most updated opening and closing dates in this 2018 year.
Western Cape Government’s Bursary Programme-Related Contacts
These following email, call centre, and fax numbers should be contacted if bursary candidates have further questions pertaining to the Western Cape Government’s bursary programme:
- Email: [email protected]
- Call Centre: 079 769 1207
- Fax: 021 483 7216