The fields of study in which bursaries are awarded should be relevant to the industrial sector such as Engineering (BSc Industrial, Chemical, Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical, Mining, Metallurgy, Civil, Analytical Chemistry and Geology) and Applied Commercial Sciences (Bcom Accountancy CA, Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Investment Management, Agriculture and Environmental Science).
IDC bursary programme covers the following:
- Accommodation. A stipend will be granted in the case of bursary holders residing privately or with family/relatives. On the other hand, full residence fees will be given to the institution in the case of bursary holders residing in the institution’s residences.
- Meal allowance
- Tuition and registration fees
- Bi-annual books and stationery allowances
IDC Bursary Requirements and Eligibility
- South African citizens who qualify for admission to a University or University of Technology and FET college or Full-time University or University of Technology students who have already successfully completed one or more years and passed all courses for which they are enrolled
- Not a recipient of any other funding sources
- Minimum B aggregate symbol for grade 12 Maths and Science.
- Minimum C aggregate symbol average for applicants already at university
How to Apply and Application Details
- Download and complete the IDC Bursary Application Form. (pdf) Or visit their website bursaries pagefor the latest application form.
- Submit certified copies of the following documents to accompany your application:
- Grade 11 results, this year’s Grade 12 June results, NSC/Matric results, latest academic results for tertiary students and applicants not studying this year
- Provisional admission letter to the institution you applied to
- ID document
- Household proof of income (payslips or audited financial statements)
- Death certificate or a sworn affidavit if parent(s) / guardian / spouse is deceased
- Divorce certificate if parents are divorced
- Sworn statement from one of parent if they are separated
- Application forms together with the supporting documents must be sent through either of the following methods:
- Post: Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)
PO Box 784055
- Fax: 0862103946/3197
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)
- Currently in Grade 12 or have completed matric
- Intending to study transport-related qualifications in 2020
- Currently registered students at Institutions of Higher Learning (including TVET Colleges) and require funding for 2020 academic year Applicants must be studying at or intending to study at Accredited Aviation Schools, Accredited Diving Schools and Registered TVETs and HEIs
- Aviation students with PPL
- Commercial Divers with matric (Senior Certificate)
How to Apply:
Application forms, guidelines and other relevant documents are available on the TETA website www.teta.org.za, under TETA 2019/2020 Unemployed Bursary Learner Support.
1. Applicants must be South African citizens and be at the age of 35 years or below.
2. Applicants should select one qualification on the application form.
3. Only one application form will be accepted per learner.
4. Applications should be accompanied by all documents required in the checklist attached to the application form.
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE TETA BURSARY
Application forms may be submitted in the following ways:
Via Post: Private Bag X 10016, Randburg, 2125. Hand delivery to TETA Head Office: 344 Pretoria Avenue, Randburg. Attention: Confidence Ngobeni or Phuti Rankapole – SD & LP Unit.
Applications can also be hand-delivered to TETA Coastal and/or regional offices listed below:
• Kwa-Zulu Natal Office: MB House, 635-641 Peter Mokaba Road, Overport, Durban. Tel: 031 301 9614 Attention: Mike Mzolo.
• Western Cape Office: Newlands on Main, Mariendahl House Ground Floor, 13 Main Road, Newlands, Cape Town, 7700. Tel: 021 819 9601/9606/9607 – Attention: Zaidah Sampson.
• Limpopo Office: Capricorn TVET College, Senwabarwana Campus, Senwabarwana Main Road, Bochum, 079 150 2729. Attention: Thandazile Mabuya.
South African Youth development programmes to familiarise yourself with
Whether you are taking the route of entrepreneurship or looking to acquire skills to land you your dream job, there are youth initiatives designed to expose youth to new knowledge and opportunities to have you workplace ready.
SAB Foundation, THOLOANA ENTERPRISE PROGRAMME
The aim of the programme is to support entrepreneurship development and social innovation, with a emphasis on small, medium and micro-sized enterprises for women and youth, people in rural areas, as well as persons with disability.
For more about the programme: http://sabfoundation.co.za/tholoana-enterprise-programme/
The innovation summit
For all who are into the world of science and technology, The innovation summit offers Tech entrepreneurs and innovators an opportunity to participate, grow their network, and bring their innovations to life and be compatible with the advent of the industrial 4.0. This programme creates a platform where innovators and tech entrepreneurs can collaborate with the government, academia, and industry ” to build an African system for innovation on a practical level.”
Another benefit is the opportunity offered to connect with entrepreneurs from various countries, backgrounds, disciplines, and world-views to “create an innovative economic environment that will prosper the South African economy.”
For about the programme: http://innovationsummit.co.za/innovate/
The National Youth Development Agency
This initiative was put in place by the government to help combat the issues that South African youth are affected by on a daily basis. Youth in South Africa youth apply and are with this can be exposed to career guidance services, mentorship, skills development and training, entrepreneurial development and support, health awareness programmes and involvement in sport.
For more information about the programme: http://www.nyda.gov.za/
JA youth enterprise development programme
This initiative offers opportunities to the youth between the ages of 18 and 35. It looks to grow youth entrepreneurs. It looks to grow youth entrepreneurs through education and training, enough to assist them with establishing their own businesses. It grooms future entrepreneurs to understand and acquire the neccessary skills for sustainable businesses. The programme runs for a period of three to four months.
For more on the programme: http://jasa.org.za/youth-enterprise-development-programme/
Youth empowerment services
The Youth Empowerment Service is known to be one of the first social initiatives between government, business and labour. This initiative is aimed aims to involve the youth,corporates,SMME host and skills providers. With this initiative one million youth get the opportunities and the same time create that platforms which encourage economic prosperity.
For on the programme: http://www.yes4youth.co.za/
Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) Bursary
ABOUT THE BURSARY PROGRAMME – FIELDS COVERED
Transport-related fields of studies:
- Electrical Engineering (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ N4-N6)
- Electronic Engineering (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ N4-N6)
- Mechanical Engineering (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ N4-N6)
- Aeronautical Engineering (B Degree)
- Marine Engineering (B Degree)
- Maritime Law (B Degree)
- Maritime Studies (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Nautical Studies (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Transport Economics (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Supply Chain Management including Warehouse, Storage and Distribution (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Road Transport Management (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Logistics Management (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Transportation Management (B degree/ B Tech/ National Diploma/ Advanced Diploma)
- Commercial Divers (Class II/ III/ IV)
- Commercial Pilot License
- Instrument Rating
- Instructor’s Rating
- CPL with ATPL subjects (Frozen ATPL)
- Masters Degree in Transport Related possible themes
MORE ABOUT THE BURSARY PROGRAMME – COVERAGE VALUE
The bursary will provide coverage for the following expenses: tuition fees, prescribed textbooks, transport, approved on/ off campus accommodation and meals.
- South African citizen
- Between 18 and 35 years old
- Currently unemployed
- Completed Matric OR currently in Matric
- Studying or intend on studying full-time within one of the aforementioned fields of study
- Studying or registered to study at an accredited tertiary institute (including TVET Colleges, HETs, Accredited Diving Schools and Accredited Aviation Schools)
- Good academic record with a minimum overall average of 50%
- In possession of a valid Private Pilot License (PPL) if applying for Commercial Pilot Training
- In possession of a valid Commercial Pilot License if applying for Instructor’s or Instrument Rating
- Students from disadvantaged backgrounds and those with disabilities are welcome to apply
- NOT currently funded in any TETA programme or by another sponsor
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE BURSARY
Download and complete the TETA Bursary Application Form (.pdf)
Also, download the TETA Bursary Guidelines (.pdf) before applying.
Submit the following supporting documentation:
- ID document (certified copy)
- Matric latest results, if currently in Matric (certified copy)
- Matric certificate, if completed Matric (certified copy)
- Latest academic results/ record (certified copy)
- Qualifications/ certificates (certified copy)
- Parents/ guardians ID documents (certified copies)
- Parents/ guardians death certificate if deceased (certified copies)
- Proof of household income (latest payslips if employed/ affidavit if unemployed)
- Quote from tertiary institute of tuition fees, textbooks, accommodation, etc
- Proof of registration from a tertiary institute/ Admission letter if not currently registered
- Acceptance letter from tertiary institute/ proof of application if acceptance letter is not yet available
- Pilots to include: Private Pilot License (PPL)
- Commercial Diving students: must be at least 18 years old, be able to swim and be fluent in English (reading, writing, and understanding)
- If studying at a Private Institute: Valid proof of accreditation by the relevant authority/ body for study applied
Applications can be submitted in one of the following ways:
Private Bag X10016, Randburg, 2125
2) Hand delivered to TETA Head Office:
No 344, Pretoria Avenue, Randburg
Attn: Confidence Ngobeni / Sinelisiwe Sibeko – SD & LP Unit
3) Hand delivered to your nearest TETA Coastal office:
Western Cape Office:
Newlands on Main, Mariendahl House Ground Floor, 13 Main Road, Newlands, Cape Town, 7700
Attn: Zaida Sampson
Tel: 021 819 9601/ 021 819 9606/ 021 819 9607
Kwa-Zulu Natal Office:
MB House, 635-641 Peter Mokaba Road, Overport, Durban
Att: Mike Mzolo
Tel: 031 301 9614
Capricorn TVET College, Senwabarwana Campus, Senwabarwana Main Road, Bochum
Attn: Thandazile Mabuya
Tel: 079 150 2729
2 July 2019 (at 16:30)
CONTACT THE BURSARY PROVIDER
Tel: 011 577 7033/ 011 577 7018/ 011 577 7093
Entertainment2 weeks ago
Tourism, introducing you to the innovative world of wineries
Other2 weeks ago
Tourism, one of South Africa’s greatest accommodation destination
Entertainment1 week ago
Township Tourism, An experience of local crafts
Sports16 hours ago
Varsity football: 6 days to go until kick-off 🔥🔥
Other5 days ago
Mandela Day: The gift of giving
Other4 days ago
Celebrating Mandela’s legacy through community upliftment
Universities2 days ago
Nelson Mandela Day: Uniting to make a difference
Universities3 days ago
ARVs to be made available for Wits, UJ and TUKS students