York Bursaries Available 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 2, 2018

York Bursaries

York Bursaries – All our students can apply for an Academy of York bursary of up to 40% off the Students course price. The balance of the student’s fees can be paid in easy to afford monthly installments from as little as R300 per month.

What does the York Bursaries include?

We offer up to 40% bursary on all our courses, apply today.

York Bursaries Qualifying criteria?

Bursaries are offered to all prospective students, even non-SA Citizens depending on the course that you select.

York Bursaries terms & conditions?

If the student does not fulfil his/her obligations in terms of his/her fees, the Bursary is then revoked, and the student will be liable for the full cost of the course.
How do I Apply?
Please fill in your details in the Bursary Form on this page, and one of student advisers will contact you to let you know how much you have qualified for. All students do qualify for up to 40% off their course price.
Note this bursary is now closed
About York

York is the perfect destination for both the business and leisure guest.

The city is steeped in history and renowned for its stunning architecture, ancient streets and year round festivals. With so much to see and do you’ll never be short of a new experience.

In times gone by the Romans called the city Eboracum. The Vikings knew it as Jorvik. Historical influences can still be seen all over the city – from York Minster and its medieval architecture to the wonderful Victorian railway station.

The city of today is a fashionable destination that successfully combines its heritage and superb historic architecture with designer shops, excellent restaurants, bars and cafes, to attract visitors from all over the world. Take a look at some of the recent awards for the city:

York was crowned the best gastro destination in the UK and fifth best in Europe by Trip Advisor, the largest on line travel review site (Oct 2011)
York has been hailed as Britain’s most beautiful city – and the place where most people want to live (July 2011) in an independent survey by Bing
York – ‘Britain’s Favourite Small City’ – York was voted Britain’s favourite small city by the Rough Guide to Britain, in an independent poll published in May 2011.