Rural Land Reform Bursaries
Rural Land Reform Bursaries – The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform invites qualifying applicants who are Soulh African citizens and wish lo commence with tertiary studies during the 2015 academic year to apply for bursaries to study in the field of Land Surveying / Geomatics. Females and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Rural Land Reform Bursaries Available
BSc in Land Surveying
Geomatics Mathematics and Physical Science (40 Bursaries) – University of Cape Town and University of KwaZulu-Natal
National Diploma in Surveying / Cartography (20 Bursaries): Mathematics and Physical Science – Universities of Technology
It is the student’s responsibility to seek admission with tertiary institutions
and accommodation within University or University of Technology residence. Applicants wifi be expected to enter into a contract the Department. The bursary is for a full-time programme and will be renewed annually, based on academic performance or results. The Bursary Covers.’ Tuition, registration, accommodation, meals, living allowance and book fees.
Applications should include the following information: Comprehensive CV Certified copy of ID, Acceptance letter from the tertiary institution and Matric / Grade 12 should be forwarded as soon as they are available.
How To Apply for Rural Land Reform Bursaries
Download Application Form
and forward to: The Bursary Officer, Dept of Rural Development & Land Reform, Directorate: Human Resources Development, Private Bag x833, Pretoria 0001 or Hand delivered to: The Bursary Officer, Dept of Rural Development & Land Reform, Directorate: Human Resources Development, 184 Jeff Masemola Street, Pretoria 0001.
Enquiries: Mr Tony Clark, tel. (012) 312-9662, Ms Lillian Mokgohloa, tel. (012) 312-9713, Ms Ansi Bothma, tel. (012) 312-8249, Ms Makaepea Ralephenya, tel. (012) 312-9142, Ms Thato Langa tel. (012) 312-9757.
Applicants should consider their applications unsuccessful if they have not received a reply by 31 January 2014
Closing Date:31 October 2014
Note: This bursary is now closed