Supply chain logistics bursaries available for students in South Africa provide a financial solution for individuals who may not be able to afford to pay for their studies.
With generally low barriers to entry and local job availability in most cases, supply chain logistics careers tend to offer a number of career opportunities.
Currently open until 31 July 2020, Jones- Wagener Civil Engineering Bursaries are available to Civil Engineering students.
BEng or BSc Civil Engineering students studying at South African Universities are encouraged to apply for financial assistance from this specialist firm of consulting professional engineers and scientists based in South Africa.
If you are looking for financial assistance for the 2021 academic year, Absa Bursaries may be the ideal solution for your needs. With an application closing date of June 30th 2020, applicants have sufficient time to put their best foot forward.
Standard Bank Bursaries are available for undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Applications will be accepted until 30 September 2020.
Bursary beneficiaries are required to work for Standard Bank if they receive an offer for employment by the bank upon graduation.
BCom Accounting students are encouraged to apply for the SAICA Thuthuka Bursaries currently available until 31 July 2020.
This bursary programme ensures that 250-300 fully Bursared Black African and Coloured Students are placed in Universities across the country. These students are placed in special undergraduate BCom Accounting education programmes.
Leading e-commerce company Takealot Bursaries are available for 2021 studies. The closing date for all applications is 30 September 2020.
Santam Bursaries are currently available until 31 August 2020. They are available to individuals studying towards a Postgraduate Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree or Honours Degree.
Applications for WBHO Construction Engineering Bursaries are currently being accepted until the closing date on 30 June 2020. Continue reading
Shoprite Bursaries are available for IT, Accounting, Logistics, Pharmacy and Retail students. The closing date for applications is 30 June 2020.
The Shoprite Group will be allocating bursaries in the following way:
- Accounting (x10)
- IT (x24)
- Logistics (x24)
- Pharmacy (x5)
- Retail Business Management (x60)
Hatch Engineering Bursaries for South African citizens studying Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering are currently available. The closing date is 31 May 2020.
Offered to individuals studying towards a BSc or BEng in Electrical Engineering qualification, the bursaries can be applied for online here.