Public Works Bursaries Available 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 3, 2018

Public Works Bursaries

Public Works Bursaries – Limpopo Public Works is offering a number of bursaries for 2015 to enable student to pursue their tertiary education.

Public Works Bursaries Available

Fields of StudyPublic Works Bursary Programme 2015
  •  Degree in Building Engineering
  •  Degree in Mechanical Engineering
  •  Degree in Electrical Engineering
  •  Degree in Quantity Surveying
  •  Degree in Architectural Science
  •  Degree / N. Diploma in Landscaping
  •  Degree /N. Diploma in Asset Management
  •  Degree / N. Diploma in Financial Management
  •  Degree / N. Diploma in Property and Facility Management
  •  Degree in Civil Engineering

Public Works Bursaries Requirements

  • South African students residing in Limpopo Province.
  •  Students attending to or already studying towards a degree / diploma at a recognized
  •  South African tertiary institute and within the built environment.
  •  Able to provide proof of academic results for grade 12 or alternatively be in possession of an acceptable alternate qualification.
  •  Accepted by the university / technikon.
  •  After completion of studies, a student may be expected to serve the department, the number of years equivalent to years of sponsorship.

How To Apply?

All Bursary Application Forms are available on the below contact and address:
Post: Department of Public works, Private Bag x 9490, Polokwane, 0700, 43 Church Street, Polokwane Limpopo Province.
Enquiries: Ms Ester Sehlapelo  / Ms Linda Kaseke, Tel: (015) 284 7422 / 7107 / 7156
Note: This bursary is now closed

About Public Works

The Department of Public Works is one of the ministries of the South African government. It is responsible for providing accommodation and property management services to all the other ministries of the South African government. It is also responsible for promoting the national Expanded Public Works Programme and for encouraging the transformation of the construction and property industries in South Africa.