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DEPT OF ENERGY: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BURSARY PROGRAMME 2014
If you are a matric student interested in studying chemical engineering or you are still busy with your Chemical Engineering degree at university, then this bursary opportunity is perfect for you. The Department of Energy invites individuals to apply for their Chemical Engineering Bursary Programme for 2014.
be South African citizens, matric student or be studying at an accredited South African Educational Institution in the above mentioned field of study,
be prepared to enter into an agreement with the Department of Energy and should not have any other bursary funding.
complete DOE bursary application form,
attach a motivational letter, comprehensive curriculum vitae, certified copies of matric certificate/latest matric results, Identity Document, proof of registration, and recent academic records.
Click on the highlighted link to access the application form www.energy.gov.za or you can get an application form at the reception of the Department of Energy.
No stipend (the bursary will cover: tuition fees, books, accommodation and meal).
How to Apply
Please forward your application, marked for the attention of Ms Eva Masipa/Mr Sebotse Malatji, by post to: The Director-General, Department of Energy, Private Bag X96, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver to: The Department of Energy, 192 cnr Visagie and Paul Kruger Streets, Pretoria.
Please direct all enquiries to: Ms L. Modiba and Mr. Shiluvane for Learnership Programme, tel. (012) 406-7607 / 7801
Ms Eva Masipa and Mr Sebotse Malatji for Bursary and Internship Programme tel. (012) 406-7405 / 7406
All applications must be sent to the address provided above and not to the specific region(s)
Faxed, emailed and late applications will NOT be considered
Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Closing Date: 31 January 2014