Harmony Bursary Programme
Students with excellent academic record, however, have problem to finance their education, Harmony bursary programme is your solution. Harmony bursary opportunity offer students either from first year or third year students who are registered at recognized South African higher institution. As a matter of fact, the bursary is designed for various field of studies, but for students who pursue qualification in mining related disciplines, such as, extractive metallurgy, engineering focused on mechanical and electrical (heavy current), mining engineering, geology, and survey, the priority will be given to them.
Nevertheless, it doesn’t mean that students who take other disciplines have no chance. The mission of Harmony bursary programme is that to increase the chance for talents youth of South African, especially for those who live in the communities around Harmony operations sites, for better education. Potential bursars will benefit residence allowance, tuition fee, allowance, and also text book. Securing your position for the bursary opportunity, here are the requirements to follow; (1) be the citizen of South African who hold valid SA identity document, (2) hold national senior certificate with minimum average 60%, (3) potential students aim for Engineering they should obtain minimum average 70% for physical science and math, (3) students who already attended higher institution ensure you achieve at least average 60%, and ensure to tag along your recent academic result, and (5) comprehensive curriculum vitae. Please click here to apply online or ask for application forms at the Municipality nearest to you.
Submit your application with completed bursary form and also all of the requested qualifications together with supporting documents, and then you can apply it online before August 31st. Anything that you expect to know related to the Harmony bursary programme 2017, 2018 and 2019, simply submit your inquiries to, firstname.lastname@example.org or you can dial 057 904 6621 (Evelyn Moalosi). Harmony will limit the correspondence for shortlisted potential bursars, so then, if you receive nothing from Harmony until December 15th, you can assume that your application is not successful.