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DENOSA Bursaries for Young South Africans

DENOSA Bursaries for Young South Africans

DEADLINE: 31 January 2023

DENOSA Bursaries for Young South Africans

Bursaries administered by the DENOSA STUDY FUND COMMITTEE are ONCE OFF donations and will not be renewed automatically.  In other words if you need further financial assistance, you will have to apply for a further bursary every year, on the prescribed application form.   CLOSING DATE is 31 January 2023.  LATE applications CANNOT be considered.  PLEASE NOTE that the amounts of the bursaries are SMALL and, should a bursary be awarded, it will only cover a small portion of the expenses.

Application forms are obtainable from:

 –     The Secretary, DENOSA Study Fund Committee, P O Box 1280, Pretoria, 0001.

–     Provincial Offices of DENOSA, and not from the offices of donor firms.

Completed application forms must be returned to the Secretary, DENOSA Study Fund Committee, P O Box 1280, Pretoria, 0001 and NOT TO THE FIRMS OR PROVINCIAL OFFICES.  Applicants must under no circumstances correspond with the firms in respect of bursaries, except to thank them.  Some firms object to this inconvenience.  Applicants will be advised of the result of their application in April 2021 at the earliest.

Download Application Forms

Bursary Application Form 2023

Postgraduate Bursary Form 2023


‑    Applicants must have been fully paid‑up members of DENOSA for a minimum of 2 (TWO) years immediately preceding the application, before an application can be made for a bursary for 2023.

‑    A member must be fully paid-up with DENOSA for the academic year for which he/she applies and remain a paid‑up member of DENOSA for the duration of the course/degree for which the bursary was awarded. 

To apply, please click the link below and fill in the form in full and send to: [email protected]

Click here to visit the official website of the DENOSA Bursaries



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