Prasa Bursary awards bursaries to disabled students and female students. PRASA funds the following qualifications:
Prasa Bursaries Available
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Branding and Communication
- Information Technology
Prasa Bursary for Disabled Students
Matric ExemptionMaths and Science or otherAcceptance letter from aSouth African recognised University or TechnikonIf currently studying – latest academic resultsAccepted students must be willing to sign a PRASA Disability Declaration formConfirmation letter from a Medical Practitioner confirming your disabilityCopy of South african IDProof of addressCopy of CV
Prasa Bursary for Female Students
Matric ExemptionMaths and Sciencce or otherAcceptance letter from a South African recognised Universityor TechnikonIf currently studying – latest academic resultsCopy of South African IDProof of addressCopy of CV
How To Apply
Forward all particulars mentioned above to Ms. L Mnyandu at Lmnyandu@prasa.com
Please note this bursary is now closed
PRASA is established in terms of Section 22 of the Legal Succession to the South African Transport Services Act on 2008 (as amended). It is a public entity wholly-owned by Government and report to the Minister of Transport. The legal mandate directs PRASA to deliver commuter rail services in the Metropolitan areas of South Africa, long-distance (inter-city) rail and bus services within, to and from the borders of the Republic of South Africa. This mandate is implemented in consultation with and under the guidance of the Minister of Transport.
To become a modern public entity capable of delivering high quality passenger services on a sustainable basis by 2018.
To be the leader in passenger transport solutions
The values that guide PRASA, underpinning the performance ethos of the organization have been derived from the outcome of workshops carried out across the Group. The premise of the derived values is to deliver service excellence, productive staff and business growth.