Johannesburg, South Africa – Chemicals and energy company, Sasol is calling all bright sparks and hard workers who have completed matric to apply for bursaries in various fields across South African public Universities and Universities of Technology.
The Sasol Foundation Trust is offering an all-inclusive bursary to talented individuals who are planning to study full-time towards an undergraduate Degree, including a Bachelor of Technology (BTech), or a National Diploma in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The bursary will cover the costs of fees, study material and an allowance. The bursary will also provide psycho-social and academic support to beneficiaries, to enable learners to successfully complete their academic studies.
Since the launch of the bursary scheme in 2010, the Foundation has provided over 1500 young people, mostly women from rural and township communities, an opportunity to acquire a tertiary qualification.
To be considered, an applicant must be a South African citizen and have acceptance or provisional acceptance to a South African University, University of Technology for 2019. Applications must be received before 13 January 2019
Visit www.sasolbursaries.com or call 0860 106 235 for more information.
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