Gauteng Department Of e-Government Bursary Programme 2023 for South Africans

Deadline: 28th November 2022

Gauteng Department Of e-Government Bursary Programme 2023 for South Africans

Gauteng Department Of e-Government Bursary Programme 2023 for South Africans Application is now open. The Gauteng Departrnent of e-Government is offering financial study assistance (bursaries) to all South African students between the ages of 18 and 35 who are registered to study through a SAQA accredited Tertiary Education Institution for the 2023 Academic year.

Criteria for selection:

1. Bursaries are only offered to students whose place of residence is within the Gauteng Province.

2. Most have obtained admission to a South African public university or University of Technology for the Undergraduate Qualification you plan to study.

3. Applicants must have a proven financial need as determined by household income.

4. Must have obtained an average of 65./0 for the required subjects aligned to the qualification you plan to or registered to study, at the Institute respective of Higher Learning.

5. Preference shall be given to the below-listed qualifications and/or study programs:

• Computer Engineering

• Computer Science

• Geoinformatics

• Data Science

• Graphic Design

• Informatics and Information Systems

• Information Technology (IT)

• Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

• Multimedia and Interactive Media

• Software Engineering and Software Development

The Bursary grant is limited for the payment of;

1. Tuition including registration, prescribed books and/or study materials 2. All applications will be treated fairly on their individual merit, subject to budget availability.
NB: The fees committed to in terms of this advert are only for 2023 Academic Year.

Supporting Documents required for application:

  • A Certified copy of South African Identity Card
  • Most recent academic transcript detailed below:
  • Grade 02 Mid-year Results if you are in Matric
  • Current Academic Year results (2022) if you are in your first or second Academic Year at the University or University of Technology.
  • Evidence of total Income within Household, which could be presented utilising;
  • A copy of the latest pay slip(s) of employment not older than three months of guardian or parent(s),
  • Confirmation letter from SASSA, for those who are receiving income grants, or,
  • An affidavit confirming unemployment of guardian or parent(s).

Applications roost be addressed to the Directorate:

Human Resource Management and delivered at lmbumba House 75 Fox Street, Marshalltown 2109.

Israel Wellington Jeremiah
Israel Wellington Jeremiah is the Admin and publisher at Empowerment Opportunities. A seasoned online publicist and an entrepreneur.

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