SPEBS funds are intended to partially cover registration, tuition and books.
Currently we award bursaries to a maximum of R6 500 per student per semester but, depending on the conditions set by the patron donating the money, this amount could be more or less than R6 500.
National Diploma students:
Only candidates who have already passed their first level (S1) National Diploma examination are considered.
SPEBS bursaries are therefore intended for S2, S3 and S4 civil engineering students only.
Only candidates who have already passed their first semester examinations are considered.
SPEBS bursaries are therefore intended for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year civil engineering students only. Bursaries are granted per semester.
As SPEBS funds are limited, bursaries are awarded on merit – thus, excellent marks improve a student’s chances of being awarded a SPEBS bursary.
To be considered for a bursary, an applicant must have completed all the subjects from previous study levels.
Depending on the student’s academic performance, and the availability of funds at the time, an allocated bursary could be extended to assist the student until completion of his/her course
Successful candidates are notified accordingly during March or September, they have to provide us with certified proof of registration, which clearly states subjects registered for, before funds are released.
Bursaries are made payable to the tertiary institution concerned to be credited to the bursar’s account.
To apply for this job please visit www.careersportal.co.za.