Hatch Engineering Bursaries

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.

What are the minimum requirements?

  • An average of 65% or above if currently a tertiary student
  • An average of 90% or above if currently a Grade 12 learner
  • Be a South African citizen

Supporting documents required for the application:

  • South African ID
  • Grade 12 results and or Grade 11 results and written proof of acceptance from a recognised tertiary institution
  • Complete transcript of tertiary academic record
  • A comprehensive CV

Hatch serves clients in the mining, infrastructure and energy sectors. Some benefits offered by the organisation include access to diverse industries and streams, which offer choices based on where you are in your career and where you want to go next. At Hatch, you could find yourself serving clients in some of the most interesting places in the world. You’ll take charge of your own career, find flexibility every day, and learn from others.

You’re part of a community at Hatch, one that fosters career growth and education, is philanthropic in nature, and where entrepreneurship is key to success.

Understanding the different types of Engineering fields:

  • Civil Engineering:

This involves design and construction of buildings, roads, bridges, dams, etc.

  • Mechanical Engineering:

This involves the application of mechanical power and design of mechanical systems, machines and tools.

  • Electrical Engineering:

This is the study of electricity and the design of electrical systems like circuits and computer chips. Areas of work may include telecommunications, electronics, signal processing and control systems.

  • Chemical Engineering:

This form of engineering is often considered the most difficult and uses science to process raw materials and chemicals into useful forms

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