Isasa Bursaries

ISASA Bursary

ISASA Bursary – The ISASA Mathematics and English (M&E) Programme, Investec and the South African government department of basic education that offers prospective in the foundation phase. Current teachers from FET collages awarded the chance to win bursaries to further study for a four year degree in education or one post graduate degree at UNISA.

ISASA Bursary will cover

ISASA is the oldest, largest and inclusively independent schools association in the South African region. Under ISASA there is about 700 member schools that are independent.

Other Benefits of the ISASA Bursaries

Students from independent school teachers has been experience and mentored.
Applicants will receive access to Access to outstanding teaching, learning resources and technology
Applicants will also receive proper training from ISASA schools.

Who can apply for ISASA Bursaries?

Matriculates with a matric senior certificate exemption B pass and 60% or more in Maths or Science and English.
Student at higher learning institutions with Maths or Science and English credits.
Student who graduated with Maths, Science or English majors.
How to Apply
All application forms must be emailed or posted or hand delivered to the destined location.
A detailed information is available on the application form that can be downloaded from here
For all other inquiries or additional information you can contact via email or call the M&E Programme at 011 648 1331.
ISASA is the Independent Schools Council, which was dissolved to create ISASA in 1999.

ISASA today is a not for profit company (NPC), which represents more than 730 independent schools in the following countries.

South Africa

Ever since the end of the apartheid government and thereafter the beginning of democracy in South Africa, dramatic changes have occurred in the independent (private) school sector. In 1990 in South Africa there were about 550 registered independent schools.  In 1990, there were approximately 550 registered independent schools in the country. During this time the independent school were dominated by whites, well off and exclusive.
In 2014 there are at least 1584 independent schools in South Africa. The sector educates more than 500,000 learners, of which 73% are black (58% are Black African).