Undergraduate South Africa Bursary in Engineering, 2017

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Applications are invited for The Aurecon South Africa Bursary Scheme for Undergraduates. South African citizens are eligible to apply for this Bursary.

Aurecon aims to nurture young talent, providing budding engineers with the academic and practical support required to lead all individuals towards professional careers within the engineering field.

Aurecon brings ideas to life to design a better future. Imagining what is possible, they turn problems into solutions. Aurecon bursaries are awarded to deserving students for studies at various tertiary institutions in fields specifically related to the company’s activities.

In order to be eligible students must obtain and maintain a minimum of 70% aggregate.

Scholarship can be taken in South Africa (Tshwane)

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirements: Applicants must be studying or intending to study BSc or BEng in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering undergraduate Degrees at recognized Universities in South Africa. Proof of registration/acceptance is required.

Nationality:

South African citizens are eligible to apply for this Bursary.

What is the study subject?:

Bursary applies to undergraduate level degrees in the following fields:

The necessary course level:

Bursary is available for pursuing the undergraduate program.

How much is the scholarship award?:

Aurecon fund up to R90, 000.00 (subject to change) per annum to every bursary to support them in their studies. They also provide practical training applicable to the qualification, as required by their educational institution.

Criteria to be eligible:

Requirements to be considered for Aurecon’s Bursary Programme are as follows:

How to apply this scholarship?:

The mode of application is online.

Find the application form in: View form

Deadline: Bursary application deadline is 31 August 2016.

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