21 May The ‘Maps Maponyane Bursary’ at Pearson Institute
Scholarships are awarded on a year-to-year basis and an application has to be submitted every year.
The bursary is for one-year tuition fees only, textbooks and accommodation are not included.
The bursary value is R75 000 and will be paid directly to the Institution and not to the student’s account.
Textbooks and accommodation are for the student’s own account.
Should the student not enrol for their preferred qualification at any of the Pearson Institute of Higher Education campuses the bursary will be awarded to another student.
The bursary is only applicable for the Mid-year intake and is not transferable.
No late applications will be considered. Applications must be submitted either online via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the relevant campus. The application will be reviewed and considered by the Bursary Selection Committee for final approval.
Shortlisted candidates may be required to attend an interview with the Bursary Selection Committee before a final decision is made.
– Applications for bursaries are considered only from South African citizens who intend to study full time towards degree qualifications on offer at any of the Pearson Institute/CTI campuses. *Dependant on offering of the preferred campus for the Mid-Year intake.
-The applicant must meet the minimum entrance requirements for the specific qualification he or she wishes to study and have obtained a senior certificate or equivalent school leaving certificate, accompanied by a SAQA certificate of equivalence and/or USAF exemption certificate.
– A student who enrols for special courses, short learning programmes, Higher Certificate, or Foundation programmes does not qualify for these awards.
– Application forms with incomplete information will be disqualified. No faxed application forms will be accepted. Read carefully before completing, signing or submitting this form and ensure that this form is completed in full.
The deadline for submission of applications is 9 July 2018.