Bursaries By Study Field : Pharmacy

Department of Health Gauteng Bursary - Department of Health

Bursary Section of Gauteng Department of Health, 78 Fox Street, Johannesburg
Fields of study:Health Sciences BHSc (Health Sciences) BDS (Dental Science) MB BCh (Medicine & Surgery) BNurs (Nursing) BSc (Occupational Therapy) BSc (Physiotherapy) BPharm (Pharmacy)
18 Oct 2018

Department of Health Limpopo Bursary / Scholarship - Department of Health

Limpopo, South Africa
Fields of study: MBCHB (Degree in Medicine) B.Pharmacy, BDS/BCHD (Degree in Dentistry,) B. Occupational therapy, B. Oral hygiene, B. Dental therapy, B. Physiotherapy, B. Optometry, BSC Diet/ Nutation, B. social work, National Dip: Orthotics/Prosthetic, MA. clinical psychology, B. Radiology, ND. clinical Engineering, B.A. Community Development, B. TECH. Emergency Care
31 Oct 2018

Department of Health Western Cape - Department of Health

Room T20-06, 4 Dorp Street, Cape Town
The Western Cape Department of Health offers a limited number of bursaries for full-time study each year in fields where a shortage of skills has been identified. The aim of the bursary is to attract qualified persons with the required competencies, knowledge and skills to join the Department to meets its service delivery needs. For example, the following bursaries per health science study field are sometimes awarded: Nursing Medical (MBChB) Pharmacy Radiography Emergency Medical Care Please note more health science study fields may be added per academic year based on Departmental service delivery needs.
30 Dec 2018

Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education - Pharmaceutical Society of South Africa

Through the Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (FPE) the Pharmaceutical Society promotes and administers the availability of bursaries for undergraduate study of pharmacy at recognised institutions in SA from the second year of study onwards.
02 Oct 2018

Western Cape Government (Health) - Western Cape Government

142 Long Street, Cape Town, 8000
The Western Cape Department of Health offers a limited number of bursaries for full-time study each year in fields where a shortage of skills has been identified. The aim of the bursary is to attract qualified persons with the required competencies, knowledge and skills to join the Department to meets its service delivery needs. Bursars are expected to furnish the department with satisfactory proof of registration at an accredited academic institution at the start of the financial year.