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The Monocle Foundation Bursary Programme for South African Black Females

The Monocle Foundation Bursary Programme for South African Black Females

DEADLINE: 10 November 2023

The Monocle Foundation Bursary Programme for South African Black Females

Established in 2014, the Monocle Foundation is a philanthropic educational trust aiming to offer tertiary-level scholarships for previously disadvantaged black females. The foundation has positively transformed the lives of numerous South African women and is continuously expanding its impact with aspirations to become a leading scholarship provider throughout the country.

The Monocle Foundation is dedicated to investing in women and enabling them to achieve their full potential by providing them with the tools they need to succeed. This includes improving access to education, promoting financial literacy, providing essential resources, and advocating for gender equality.

The Monocle Foundation always had a strong focus on personal development, training, and education at Monocle – not just for its employees, but for society at large. The Monocle Foundation Bursary Programme is committed to supporting women of colour who have limited to no funding, and who are currently studying in a variety of graduate and postgraduate fields.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE: The Monocle Foundation Bursary Programme for South African Black Females

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