Afrisam is a leading manufacturer and supplier of construction materials. The company has operations in South Africa, Tanzania, Lesotho, Botswana and Swaziland.
For many South African students, having access to tertiary education represents a way for them to improve their standard of living. It represents a way for them to develop personally and to fast-track their careers.
Tertiary education yields monetary benefits and gives individuals financial freedom. This often allows individuals to improve their living standards.
For many students this means either getting a student loan or applying for a bursary. About 7% of South Africa’s gross domestic product (at least 20% of the total state expenditure) goes towards education. The country’s government strives to provide better quality education for all, so as to stimulate economic growth and empowerment of the nations’ citizens. The government’s efforts are supported by the private sector. Tertiary education also equips individuals with the diligence required to keep up with the demands of continuous education.
Through the Afrisam Bursary, students interested in pursuing a career in Engineering or related fields can get the finance they need to meet their education needs.
What are the qualifying criteria?
- Be a South African citizen
- Be studying fulltime towards Engineering-related qualifications
- Studying at a recognised South African University
- Achieved a minimum average of 65% in previous years of study
- Have proven financial need
- You also need to submit your application/motivation letter
- Provide your certified ID copy
- Provide latest academic record
- Provide updated CV
The closing date is 1 August annually
Fields of study covered by the Afrisam Bursary:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Financial Accounting- 3rd Year
- Supply Chain (BCom/BTech)- 2nd Year
- Computer Science
- Occupational Hygiene
Submit all applications to HRLD@za.afrisam.com