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.
Based on academic merit, bursaries are awarded to individuals who are also in financial need and according to company- specific considerations.
As a BEE compliant organisation, Jones- Wagener prioritises selection of individuals who will help to realise a more diverse and fully inclusive workforce.
What the bursary covers:
- Tuition fees
- Limited Textbook Allowance
Who may qualify?
- Individuals who have achieved a minimum of 70% in Maths and Physical Science
- Academically strong individuals
- Individuals in financial need
- Civil Engineering students
Ensure that you include the following supporting documents with your application:
- ID number
- Drivers’ licence
- ID photo
- Academic Records
Download and complete this quiz and upload it along with the relevant supporting documents.
Make sure to provide your most recent, complete and clear academic record.
What are the benefits offered?
- Full payment of tuition fees
- Six weeks paid vacation work at the Jones- Wagener Rivonia or Centurion offices during the July or December holiday breaks
- Students are required to work for Jones – Wagener for a period equal to the period for when the bursary was held, giving them more practical work experience
Apply for Jones- Wagener Civil Engineering Bursaries here.
The competition for bursaries is very tough. Having no prior knowledge of the applicants, Jones & Wagener has to gather all the information about whom to invite for a bursary interview from the application form. Please ensure that the form is completed in full and in legible writing.
In completing the other questions, remember that you are “marketing” yourself and your interests and abilities. It is therefore important to spend some time to think carefully about what to write.