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How to apply for a bursary or scholarships?
January 20, 2015
Where else to look for bursaries and scholarships
Employers of parents, friends, family
Your local municipality
The institute or council of a specific career field
Your local newspaper, magazines, the local library
How to apply for a bursary
Bursary Motivational Letter Sample
Write a short letter to ask for application forms for all the bursaries that you think you are eligible for.
Apply early, well before the closing date – applications are not accepted after the closing date.
Apply only for those bursaries you are eligible for.
Apply for as many bursaries as possible.
Only accept one bursary unless the organisation says you may apply for others.
Be prepared for disappointment – you may not be successful the first time or the second time.
Try to make another plan in case you do not get a bursary.
A neat, accurate and honest application makes a good impression.
When you fill in your application form
Answer all the questions.
Complete the form neatly in print.
Use black or blue ink only.
Keep the form clean and in good condition.
Carefully check the form for mistakes.
Be completely accurate.
Be completely honest.
Include a certified copy of your most recent examination results signed by a Commissioner of Oaths, usually found at the local Post Office or Police Station.
Ensure you attach all the supporting documents requested by the organisation
List of donors for external bursaries and scholarships
bursary brochure 2015
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