Engcobo Local Municipality Bursaries
Engcobo Local Municipality bursaries is inviting students who meet the requirements for the bursary to submit their applications before the closing date.
Engcobo Local Municipality Bursaries Available
- Electrical engineering bursaries
- Civil engineering bursaries
- Bachelor Accounting bursaries
The above first two bursaries that are awarded by the municipality fall under engineering bursaries that are offered in South Africa.
Engcobo Local Municipality Bursaries Application Requirements
Engcobo Local Municipality Bursaries Requirements
Those students who are considering submitting applications to request this financial assistance must meet the following criteria:
- They must be South African citizens
- Must have completed or currently studying towards completing matric
- Must have a valid ID document
- Must be a hard worker and committed to succeed
There is a list of documents that must accompany your bursary application. Here are the documents that you must attach:
Identity document certified copies
Copy of your recent academic results
Certified copies of parent’s identity documents
Both parents payslips
Proof that you reside within the jurisdiction of the municipality
People with disabilities are welcome and encouraged to apply for this bursary opportunity. In the application they must disclose their condition of disability. This will assist during the application process.
How To Apply for Engcobo local Municipality Bursaries?
Engcobo Local Municipality bursary application forms can be collected from Skills Development Office of the municipality.
Alternatively you can download the application form from the municipality’s website www.engcobolm.gov.za
Ward Councillors are also able to furnish students with the form which must be returned before the closing date.
Bursary Application Address
The Municipal Manager
Engcobo Local Municipality
P.O. Box 24
For further information regarding Engcobo Local Municipality bursaries you are free to contact the Skills Development Facilitator on 047 548 5632/ 047 548 1221.