KZN Dept Of Health Provincial Bursary Programme for 2015

Closing Date: 31 August 2014

Location: Amajuba / eThekwini / Ilembe / Harry Gwala/ Ugu / Umgungundlovu / Umkhanyakude / Umzinyathi / Uthukela / Uthungulu / Zululand

Qualifications 

  •  Pharmacy,
  •  Physiotherapy,
  •  Occupational Therapy,
  •  Speech Therapy,
  •  Oral Hygiene,
  •  Dietetics,
  •  Radiography (Ultrasound),
  •  Medicine,
  •  Psychology (clinical),
  •  Emergency Medical Care,
  •  Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics,
  •  Health Promotion
  •  Radiography (Diagnostic and  Ultrasound),
  •  Audiology.

Requirements 

Applicants must:

  •  Be from the above-mentioned Districts.
  •  Meet the training needs of the District where they reside.
  •  Submit proof of application to a tertiary institution and CAO and his / her academic record from the university or Grade 11.
  •  Financially needy (Applications will be considered on a sliding scale in terms of income)
  •  All successful candidates will be required to sign a year for year work back agreement to serve in the Amajuba district.
  •  A supportive identity documents of both parents, pay slips, death / divorce certificate and sworn affidavit to be attached stating the legal guardian or marital status of parents.
  •  Bursary Application Forms must be collected from the Human Resources Office at all Government Hospitals, Clinics or CHC’s
  •  Applicants must sign when receiving and when returning the application form to the same institution where the form was obtained.

To Apply 

NB: DO NOT go to the nearest Government Hospital to where you stay while at University, it may not be your home town. You or a family member must collect and sign for the application form. You must return the FULLY COMPLETED form to the same Hospital you collected it from.

Amajuba 

Enquiries: Mrs Z Ndlela

Tel: (034) 328 7000

eThekwini 

Enquiries: Ronald Duki / Ms D Melanie

Tel: (031) 240 5300

Ilembe 

Enquiries: Wendy Ngwenya / Vuyile Gcabashe

Tel: (032) 437 3500

Harry Gwala 

Enquiries: Mrs N Ntuli

Tel: (039) 834 8212

Ugu 

Enquiries: Mrs N Mntambo

Tel: (039) 388 3000

Umgungundlovu 

Enquiries: Nelly Zwane

Tel: (033) 897 1087

Umkhanyakude 

Enquiries:  Mrs Mdluli / Mr Mkhwanazi

Tel: (035) 572 1327

Umzinyathi 

Enquiries:  Mr N Shezi / Mrs K Greiling / Mrs F Dube

Tel: (034) 299 9110

Uthukela 

Enquiries:  Mr VC Maphalala

Tel: (036) 631 2202

Uthungulu 

Enquiries:  Mr S Mkhwanazi

Tel: (035) 787 0631

Zululand 

Enquiries:  Mr P Ntshangase / Mrs J Nene

Tel: (035) 874 2369

DAC Bursaries For Heritage Related Studies 2015

Fields of study 

  •  Archaeology (Marine, etc.)
  •  Archives and Records Management
  •  Conservation of the Built Environment
  •  Restorative and Preventive Conservation
  •  Collections (Cultural and Natural) Management
  •  Heritage Resources Management
  •  Museum Management and Curatorship
  •  Courses that contribute to the preservation and promotion of the South African Living Heritage.

Requirements 

  •  South African citizenship
  •  Academic potential / satisfactory academic performance (submit academic progress report if already at an institution) Field of study (Heritage related)
  •  Financially needy
  •  Admission letter or proof of registration at an accredited institution of higher learning
  •  Certified copy of Birth Certificate or ID document
  •  Certified copy of the salary statement and / or proof of income and an affidavit of your parents / guardians (if not working)
  •  Certified copy of Grade 12 June examination results / Grade 12 Final Matric results
  •  If already at a university
  •  Latest results / academic record
  •  Proof of admission or provisional admission at an institution of higher learning.
  •  Application Form

To apply

Post: The Heritage Bursaries, Department of Arts and Culture, Private Bag X897, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivered at: Heritage Bursaries, 481 Kingsley Centre, 5th Floor, Corner Stanza Bopape and Steve Biko Streets, Arcadia, Pretoria.

BBD Bursary Programme for 2015

BBD’s Bursary Programme is aimed at providing support for talented IT students in selected fields of Information Technology (IT) who are considering a career in software development. BBD contributes to certain costs associated with university studies such as tuition fees, prescribed, books, residence accommodation and meals, along with a monthly allowance for incidentals.

Are you?

  • A South African citizen studying or qualified at a South African university
  • Passionate about creating and building software
  • Studying or qualified in Computer Science, Software and Computer Engineering, Informatics or any related IT fields with a minimum academic average of 65%
  • Skilled in terms of written & verbal communication

Don’t forget!

  • A certified ID document
  • CV
  • Most recent academic results

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