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2019 Sasol Bursary applications open

Bonile Khanyi

Grade 12 learners who excel in Math and Science and are interested in pursuing a career in engineering, science and accounting have been urged to apply for the all-inclusive 2019 Sasol bursary programme.

Manager of Graduate Centre at Sasol Corporate Bursary Services, Monica Luwes said the bursary programme was aimed at Grade 12 learners who want to study at approved South African universities and universities of technology next year.

“With our bursary, we aim to put ambitious young South Africans on track for great careers in STEM-related fields,” said Luwes.

She also said the bursary covered the students’ registration fees, exam fees, accommodation, food, and an allowance of R12 000 for books and pocket money.

“Students who receive our bursaries do not need to worry about their tertiary education costs, they can focus on achieving outstanding results. In addition to financial support, we give them career support as well as life guidance to help them succeed,” said Luwes.

The bursary also caters for postgraduate studies.

Students receive a monthly allowance of R10 000 for up to 2 years while they complete their master’s degree and up to 3 years for those studying towards their PhDs.

For more information, students have been urged to visit the Sasol website.

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