Bursaries By Study Field : FET College

Access Trust (FET College Bursaries) - Access Trust

123 Main Road, Wynberg Centre, 2nd Floor, Wynberg
The Access Trust provides financial support to students studying at FET College in the Western Cape. Bursaries are for full-time post-matric courses at Western Cape Public FET colleges only for: NQF Levels 4 – 5, N4-N6 business and N1-N6 engineering; engineering practicals if the applicant has a technical matric or has completed at least N2 in engineering.
30 Nov 2018

Ikapa Elihlumayo Financial Aid Plan (FET) - Western Cape Government

The Western Cape Government provide financial support to full-time FET students (NQF level 2 – 4), aged between 16 – 35, with an income below R80 000, to complete their qualification. 30% of funds are allocated to HE students and level 1 or ABET, excluding University of Technology (CPUT) programmes.

Peermont Education Trust (Residents of Ekurhuleni only) - P & T Technology

141 Lamp Road, Wadeville, Germiston, 1428
The Peermont Education Trust, a youth upliftment initiative of Peermont Global Limited in partnership with P&T Technology, sponsors learnerships for previously disadvantaged youth in the Ekurhuleni area. For electrical learnership NQF funded for up to 3 years.

SA Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) (FET) - South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

2 Clamart Road, Richmond, Johannesburg, 2092
The national bursary programme of the Institute dates back to 1935. Since then our students, among them Mr. Nelson Mandela, who won a bursary worth £120 in the late 1940s, have served the country in almost every field of endeavour.
31 Aug 2018

Unemployed Direct Learner Bursary (Transport SETA) - Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA)

2nd Floor Sonsono Building, 344 Pretoria Avenue,Randburg, Gauteng
The Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA) invites Unemployed Learners registered / planning to be registered within TVET and HET Institutions to submit applications for bursary funding. This bursary funding is aimed at addressing the scarce and critical skills within the transport industry. The bursary award targets previously disadvantaged and impoverished youth from rural and urban communities within South Africa, females and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
31 Oct 2018