2016 Cape Town’s Scholarship Programme

Categories : Bursaries

Are you a scholarship hunter? Do you want to take a graduate, postgraduate, even diploma programme for free? If you are looking for a scholarship and you are really a scholarship hunter, you must be informed about this scholarship programme. For you those who live in the greater Cape Metropolitan, you can be one of the Cape Town’s scholarship receivers. You can register yourself if you are interested to this scholarship programme by doing some steps. Let’s getting known about the guide for you how to register yourself, fellas.

First, you have to download application form of this scholarship programme by log on http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/eRecruiting/Documents/2016_External_Bursary_Application.pdf. You must fill all of the requirements that printed in the form as well as possible, including your personal data even other information must be given to the institution. Then, if you have been filled this form, you can return it to these following address: 1) Brackenfell Municipal Office (c/o Paradys and Old Paarl Roads, Brackenfell); 2) Cape Town Human Resources Employment Counter (Concourse Level, Civic Centre, Cape Town); 3) Helderberg Municipal Office (First Floor, Human Resource Division, c/o Main Road and Fagan Street, Strand); 4) South Peninsula Municipal Office (c/o Victoria and Main Roads, Plumstead); 5) Bellville Municipal Building (Voortrekker Road, Bellville); 6) Parow Municipal Building (Voortrekker Road, Parow). The closing date to apply all of the requirements is no longer than 2 October 2015. Click here to download the application formThe forms are also obtainable from and returnable to the following addresses and at all libraries nearest to you by no later than the above-mentioned closing date.

Being aware of the requirements of the progrm is really important. Don’t forget to note the closing date because your application can not be processed over the closing date. If you don’t have any response for the institution until 18 December 2015, it means your application is unsuccessfull and it could not be processed anymore. Don’t hesitate to ask a question if you are not understand about the requirements, what fields of study you can choose, or anything else about this programme. For further information, contact City of Cape Town Employment Service Desk: 0860 103 089 (Option 6), 021 400 1404/2044/3619/3899