Everyone deserves a good education. Not only does this give you life skills, but it also gives you a head start in life and provides you with access to various opportunities to build the kind of life that you want.
While many people want to further their studies, achieving this is becoming increasingly costly. Research has shown that the cost of tertiary education is rising at a rate that is faster than inflation.
As a result, more people are seeking financial solutions to help them achieve further study.
One of the most popular ways for people to study further is by getting a scholarship or bursary.
A bursary is a kind of scholarship that you get on the basis of financial need. Scholarships usually need to be repaid, while bursaries do not.
About the First Rand Trust Bursary:
The First Rand Trust Bursary is available to hardworking students and is awarded on an annual basis.
Available to students pursuing tertiary education in any University or University of Technology in South Africa, the bursary offers R40 000 for each year of study.
The bursary has a June closing date each year.
The bursary provides assistance to students by covering their tuition costs for each year of study. Finance also covers the costs associated with textbooks as well as study-related equipment.
In order to prepare for a bursary application, you should make sure that you maintain good grades. You should also prepare to be required to undergo an evaluation. You should also be able to provide good reasons for why you should be awarded the bursary. This generally means that you should be in financial need.
To apply for a First Rand Trust Bursary you need to submit your latest CV, all your academic transcripts as well as your motivational letter.
Send all details to: firstname.lastname@example.org