Gold Fields Bursary South Africa 2018

Gold Fields Bursary awards a limited number of bursaries each year to selected candidates to study for a bachelor’s degree at a South African university. The intention of the scheme is to provide the Gold Fields Limited Group with high-calibre graduates who wish to make their career in one of its companies.
This year is no different. Gold Fields’ South Deep Gold Mine is offering a bursary opportunity to self-motivated employees, contractors and community members to study full time at a recognized South African University or University of Technology in 2018.

Gold Field Bursary Requirements

Be in possession of a grade 12 certificate with university exemption/entrance.
Currently a student at a Tertiary Institution and studying towards qualification relevant to Gold Fields specified fields.
Successful candidates for this scheme must meet acceptance criteria and provided written proof of acceptance from the institution for the chosen qualification of study at a University or University of Technolog
Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk based medical examination at the relevant Gold Fields Occupational Health Centre

Gold Field Bursaries Available

Mining Engineering
Engineering (Mechanical / Electrical)
Mineral Survey
Environmental Management
Rock Engineering
Human Resources
Sustainable Development
For any enquiries contact Telephone: 011 411 1798
How to apply
Applicants are encouraged to email their detailed curriculum vitae and a cover letter clearly stating which learner opportunity they are applying for: recruitment[email protected] Please use this reference number.
Shortlisted applicants will be required to undergo psychometric evaluation as part of the selection process. Successful applicants will be required to sign a training contract for the duration of the training programme. The training contract is not a contract of employment. Preference will be given to learners residing in the South Deep Host Communities and Labour Sending Areas as well as female applicants.