Omnia: Bursaries 2024

December 15, 2023

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Bursary Description

Omnia invites South African students to apply for Bursary Programme 2024

Bursary Application Closing date is 15 January 2024

Omnia is offering bursaries to South African citizens interested in pursuing studies in STEM-related qualifications at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The following fields of study are preferred:

  • Agronomy/Agricultural Science
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Data Science – Mathematics
  • Electrical Engineering/Electronic Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering/Mechatronic Engineering
  • Metallurgy
  • Microbiology/Metabolomics
  • Mining Engineering
  • Soil Science

Expenses Covered: The bursary will cover tuition fees, textbooks, accommodation (in residence or accredited accommodation), meals, and a transport allowance (for students living at home).

Eligibility Requirements:

  • South African citizenship
  • Currently in Matric (in 2023) or completed Matric
  • Passed Mathematics and Science in Matric
  • Intending to study full-time toward a STEM-related qualification listed above
  • Pursuing Advanced Diploma, BTech, Degree, Honours, Masters, or PhD in 2024
  • Strong academic record with a minimum overall average of 65%
  • Studying at a DHET and SAQA registered public tertiary institution

How to Apply:

Applications must be submitted online at: Omnia Bursary Application 2024

Submit applications online at the Omnia Bursary Application 2024 and indicates “” as the source.

Required Documents (Certified Copies):

  • ID document
  • For Matric students: Grade 11 final results, Matric term 2 report
  • Gap year students: Grade 11 final results, Matric certificate
  • Current students: Proof of 2023 registration, academic transcripts
  • Proof of acceptance/provisional acceptance for 2024
  • Statement explaining your field of study choice and future plans
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Parent/guardian ID documents/death certificates
  • Department of Labour Employment Equity Act (EEA1) Form and Doctors’ Letter if disabled
  • Bursary agreement/letter if receiving other funding or NSFAS

Ensure all documents are certified within the last three months.