Digby Wells Bursaries Available
Digby Wells Bursaries Available – Digby Wells is currently running their 2015 bursary programme undergraduates registering for 1st, 2nd year, 3rd year.
Digby Wells Bursaries Available Approved Fields of Study
Students must be eligible and want to study towards a career in the Environmental Industry.
As such the following fields study will be eligible for bursary support:
- BSc Environmental Sciences
- BSc Geography
- BSc Aquatic Health
- BSc Zoology
- BSc Hydrogeology
- BSc Hydrology
- BSc Botany
Digby Wells Bursaries Available Academic Criteria
How To Apply
You can obtain an application form with instructions by:
Note this bursary is now closed
About Digby Wells
Digby Wells Environmental’s multidisciplinary team of integrated in-house specialists provides comprehensive environmental and social solutions for the Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas, Energy and Infrastructure sectors in Africa.
Digby Wells Environmental (Digby Wells) is the brand under which the services of the group of companies are marketed. Digby Wells and Associates (Pty) Ltd was formed in January 1995 by three partners – Digby Wells, Ken van Rooyen and Graham Trusler – all three previously from the Environmental Management Department of Rand Mines. The company is named after the late Mr Digby Wells, who made a significant and lasting contribution to the environmental management field in South Africa.
Graham Trusler is the current Chief Executive Officer of Digby Wells & Associates, who ensures the company remains driven by the mission of being the premier environmental and social services provider to the resources industry in Africa.
he company enjoys a staff complement of committed, highly trained, specialised and skilled employees, most of whom are shareholders – a structure that enables the business to remain truly employee-owned, as well as ensuring the staff take an active interest in delivering quality services.
Digby Wells Environmental is committed to and aligned with the Codes of Good Practice and South African Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) with respect to economic transformation. Lwazi Capital, a black women owned and managed company, as well as Digby Wells Environmental shareholding employees hold 30% ownership of the issued share capital of the Digby Wells Environmental Group. This mutually beneficial relationship ensures that Digby Wells is in full compliance with South African legislation applicable to the Company and its clients.
Digby Wells Environmental has, as part of the company’s goal to increase the Ownership and Management Control of the Company to Historically Disadvantaged South African’s, developed an extensive BBBEE strategy ensuring that the company continues to plays a successful role in transforming the South African economy.
The company is busy establishing a presence in various countries on the African continent through various subsidiaries and joint ventures