Colleges and universities, and many technical schools, have substantial lists of scholarships and bursaries, as do many private sponsors, companies and corporations.
In continuation with our previous article , South African Institutions and Companies offering Bursaries Part 1, we have expanded our list of organisations and companies offering bursaries, grants, financial aid and financial assistance to students and prospective students. Remember to direct all inquiries to the organisation in question. We encourage you to follow and adhere to their deadlines for applications.
Volkswagen Group South Africa (Engineering) – http://www.vw.co.za/en/volkswagen_groupsouthafrica/careers/volkswagen_traineeprogrammes.html
Royal HaskoningDHV (Engineering) – http://www.rhdhv.co.za/pages/people-prospects/development.php
Altech (Information Technology) – http://www.altechacademy.co.za/bursary-information
Absa (Financial Services) – http://www.absa.co.za/Absacoza/About-Absa/Careers/Bursaries
College of Cape Town (various) – http://www.cct.edu.za/content.asp?TopLinkID=12&PageID=21
Cape Peninsula University of Technology (various) – http://www.cput.ac.za/bursaries-and-scholarships
Sasol (Engineering, Science, Commerce) – http://www.sasolbursaries.com/sasol_internet/frontend/bursary/bsr_index.jsp?index=1&articleid=1
Gold Fields Business and Leadership Academy (Mining) – http://www.goldfields.co.za/careers_bursaries.php
Studietrust Bursary Organisation – (various) – http://www.studytrust.org.za/
Exxaro (various) – http://www.exxaro.bursary.drm-za.com/
PricewaterhouseCoopers (Science, Commerce, Information Technology) – http://www.pwc.co.za/en/students/advisory/bursary-programme.jhtml
NOTE: My Dream Course does not offer any bursaries. Please direct all inquiries to the individual organization and companies listed above. We encourage you to follow and adhere to their deadlines for applications.