ISASA Teaching Bursaries

By | 2015-08-12

ISASA Bursaries 2017

ISASA is an independent (private) schools association in the Southern African region. It is a non-profit organisation, which represents its members. ISASA is offering prospective Foundation Phase, Intermediate and FET teachers the opportunity to win bursaries to study for a four year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) or a one year post graduate (PGCE) degree at UNISA.

ISASA Bursaries Requirements

Field of study Teaching

Who Can Apply

School leavers with matric exemption (B pass) and 60% or more in Maths or Science and English;. The bursary applies to study in the Foundation Phase, Intermediate and FET phases studying towards a four year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) or a one year post graduate (PGCE) degree at UNISA. Prospective students must have achieved matric exemption (B pass) and 60% or more in Maths or Science and English; Tertiary students with Maths or Science and English credits; Graduates with Maths, Science or English majors. Tertiary students with Maths or Science and English credits; Graduates with Maths, Science or English majors.

Value Full financial cover. ISASA is offering prospective Foundation Phase, Intermediate and FET teachers the opportunity to win bursaries to study for a four year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) or a one year post graduate (PGCE) degree at UNISA. Learn from and be mentored by experienced independent school teachers Access to excellent teaching, learning resources and technology Training in ISASA schools

Duration years (grade 10, 11 & 12 at an independent school.)

Closing Date 16 July annually

Contact Details
16 St David Road
Houghton Estate
Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa

How To Apply

Apply Online
ISASA Teaching Application Forms Available here
Please download and complete the application form. Completed application forms must be received by 16 July annually.
They should be emailed to mathsenglish@isasa.org, hand delivered to ISASA (16 St David Road, Houghton, Johannesburg) or speed posted to ISASA at PO Box 87430, Houghton 2041.
Tel: (011) 648-1331