Bulk Bursaries

Agriculture, Land Reform And Rural Development Bursary Awards

The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) intends to award comprehensive bursaries to qualifying applicants pursuing and/or intending to further their studies in identified careers in the agriculture, land reform and rural development sector for the 2025 academic year. The bursary awards target the previously disadvantaged and impoverished persons from poverty-stricken and rural communities.The students that meet the criteria for consideration must email the following to Externalbursaries@dalrrd.gov.za:

1. Completed bursary application form:

2. Certified copies of ID and certificates/performance results.

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Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme Foundation (ISFAP)

ISFAP are looking for first year NWU African, Indian and Coloured (AIC) Nursing students, currently not funded, except in the case of merit awards and family contributions. The students that meet the criteria for consideration must email the attached consent form, completed onboarding sheet and supporting documents to students@isfap.org.za :

  1. Signed consent form
  2. Completed Onboarding Sheet (Excel file)
  3. Certified copy of ID
  4. Matric statement\Certificate
  5. Proof of Registration
  6. Proof of Income (Both parents, household contributors)

The Thermo Fisher Scientific Phambili Trust

The Thermo Fisher Scientific Phambili Trust, established by LTC Tech SA is a Broad-Based Ownership Scheme and aims to contribute towards the development and empowerment of Black students by providing academic support in the form of bursaries to afford them educational enrichment.

Eligibility and selection criteria

To be eligible for consideration for the bursary, applicants must be:

  1. Black people as defined in the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice.
  2. From an economically disadvantaged background and demonstrate financial need.
  3. Pursuing further studies or obtaining skills in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields at a South African tertiary institution.
  4. Below the age of 35.

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Click here to apply.

Standard Bank Student Loan Offers

Set your dreams in motion with a Standard Bank Student Loan Without Surety

Standard Bank is offering students an opportunity to get a Student Loan Without Surety – meaning you do not require a guardian or parent to be able to take up this loan. We understand that it may be stressful looking for funding, and that is why you need a bank that backs you.

Minimum Criteria

  • You must be a South African citizen.
  • Your Gross Household Income must be less than R600 000 per annum.
  • 3rd Year students and upwards within Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematic, Commerce, Health Sciences and 5th Year students in Medicine.
  • Open to existing Standard Bank Transactional Account holders. You may apply for one using our digital and other banking channels if you don’t have one
  • Study at one of our participating universities

How does it work?

  • The loan maximum is R120 000 per annum, which can be used to cover tuition, accommodation, books and study equipment.
  • There is no expectation of repayment on the loan while you are studying. However, you will be expected to start repaying the loan six months after completing your studies or as soon as you secure employment. Of course, it will be to your advantage to reduce your balance by making some payments while studying.
  • Monthly interest and service fees will be charged from the loan’s inception and will be added to the outstanding balance.
  • This loan can cover your existing university student debt up to R80 000 for each previous year that may be preventing you from completing your studies
  • Competitive interest rates apply.

 

 

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