SAPPI Bursary Programme

Categories : Bursaries

Students who are in need of financial support to continue their tertiary education, SAPPI bursary programme is there for you to help. The bursary programme from SAPPI is opened per year. Now, if you are students who aim to complete undergraduate in BSc for mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and forestry/National Diploma in forestry, this bursary  opportunity is for you. Important for you, field of studies can be different each year, since SAPPI schemes their bursary based on their business needs or annual audit. Aside from the previously mentioned, there another requirements its potential bursars should follow.

Successfully apply for SAPPI bursary programme 2017, 2018 & 2019, talented youth of South African should (1) be around 18 to 25 years old, (2) you already enrolled or will enroll as full time students at recognized universities in South Africa, (3) citizen of South African who able to obtain average 70 to 80% for maths (however, it’s not mats literacy), average 65% for English, and average 70 to 80% for physical science, (4) provide recent university result and also proof of admission. Potential bursars  who posses above average like average 75% or higher for their academic result will be prioritized.

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https://www.sappi.com/bursaries-and-scholarships

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With your application, you have to tag along supporting documents including grade 12 midyear result, academic transcript for those who are already enrolled, covering letter or motivation letter, and your curriculum vitae, then you can submit the application of SAPPI bursary programme online before September 30th. SAPPI works together with these follow recognized universities for their bursary programme; University of Port Elizabeth for national diploma in Forestry, University of KZN for BSc in chemical/mechanical/electrical, University of Cape Town in BSc chemical/mechanical/electrical, and many more. Visit SAPPI’s website for more detail information, also for the lists of recognized universities in South Africa they have agreement with.