UKZN Bursaries 2019

UKZN Bursaries 2019, Green Office will be awarding a limited number of bursaries for 2019 to deserving, dedicated and determined students. If you would like to be part of a unique company, that offers brilliant opportunities and has passion for its staff and customers, then come and explore the opportunities at Green Office.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity! Apply now if you meet the following criteria
• You have to be currently enrolled for an IT/Computer Science Degree at an accredited tertiary
institution in South Africa.
• You must have a valid SA Identification.
• You must have successfully completed your first year at university with an average of at least
65% and no failed subjects.
• Short-listed applicants will be required to undergo psychometric assessments and interviews.
• The bursary is renewable annually, depending on academic performance.
• Target: African Females under the age of 30
Please submit your application (CV) along with the following information:
• Certified copy of your ID
• Certified copy of matric results
• Copy of most recent University results (on a University letterhead)
• Motivational letter
Certified copies of other relevant certificates or qualifications. Only second year students will be considered.
A bursary does not have to be repaid, it is a free gift to financially needy students. Because there are far more students wanting free gifts than there is money available, bursaries are normally given to needy students with excellent academic results who are seen to be capable of obtaining their degree in the minimum amount of time. If you are offered several bursaries you will usually be permitted to accept only one (or two small bursaries) so that other needy students may benefit. One student cannot be over-funded whilst thousands of other needy students receive little or nothing.
Student Funding administered bursaries (mostly for returning undergraduate students at UKZN) are usually awarded after Registration to financially needy applicants whose current Gross Family Income does not exceed R150,000 per year and who pass 100% of their registered courses in the previous year’s exam sessions and, who achieve an average mark above 64.5% in those same courses.
The value of the bursary may be decided by the specific sponsor but will not exceed full study costs.
Higher average marks will achieve higher bursary values.
In 2013 a student achieving above 74.5% may be awarded a bursary valued at R25,000;
whereas a student achieving below 74.5% but above 64.5% may be awarded a bursary valued at R12500.
These bursaries are usually derived from Deceased Estates or Company Social Responsibility monies.
Students on NSFAS Loan/bursaries will have those awards adjusted after allocation of one of the above.
External sponsorship of the same students will also create an adjustment to the values awarded.
Our five biggest sponsors of Internally administered bursaries are:
> The Emma Smith Educational Trust
> The Cecil Renaud Educational Trust
> The Victor Daitz Foundation
> The Terry & Gladys Champain Educational Trust
> The United Kingdom Trust (see their website if you wish to make overseas donations for bursaries(
For additional sponsors external to the University please consult the External donors link for the database on the same website.
Contract bursary 
A contract bursary is usually offered by a Company or organisation as part of their Human Resource initiative and entails working for the Donor for at least one year for every year sponsored (at the normal salary applicable to the job).
The University of KwaZulu-Natal acknowledges with gratitude annual donations made by the following donors. You are automatically considered for these bursaries when you apply for Financial Aid according to the policies and parameters operating at the time of application and the specific criteria of the Donor.