Allan Gray Orbis Fellowship Bursary South Africa 2018 – 2019

Allan Gray Bursary Information

Application for the Allan Gray bursary opportunity is available to learners currently in Grade 6. Successful applicants enter the Scholarship in Grade 8 at the start of 2018. The Foundation uses a trusted model, which allows selection from a diverse pool of applicants. Successful applicants known as Allan Gray Scholars are recommended for placement at one of our partner Placement Schools

Placements for Grade 8 in 2018 are a Available at the Following Placement Schools Only

St Alban’s College, St Andrew’s School For Girls, King Edward VII School, St Mary’s School, Waverley (Gauteng), Bishops Diocesan College, St Cyprian’s School, Rondebosch Boy’s School, Rustenburg Girls’ High School (Western Cape), Selborne College, Grey High School, Collegiate Girls’ High School, Clarendon High School For Girls (Eastern Cape), Michaelhouse, Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School, Epworth Independent High School (Kwazulu-Natal).
Bursary criteria apply:

Applicant must be in Grade 6 this year (2015)
A minimum of 70% in English and Mathematics (Grade 5-6)
A minimum of 70% in Numeracy and Literacy in the Annual National Assessments (ANA)
Demonstrate financial need
The applicant has to be a South African citizen
Certified copies of all required documentation

Direction To Apply for Allan Gray bursary

Visit Allan Gray website to download bursary application form
You can also get an application form from your school.
Complete and submit the application form

Selection Process:
•Complete an application form
•Applicants will be shortlisted based on academic performance (including Annual National Assessment results), and invited for interviews
•Upon successful completion of the interview; shortlisted candidates will be invited to a 2-day selection camp
•If successful at the selection camp, the candidates will be recommended to the Foundation Placement Schools
•Candidates whose recommendations are approved by the Placement Schools will be awarded the Scholarship
•Once the Scholarship is awarded, the Foundation, Placement School and the Scholars Custodian sign a Memorandum of Agreement.