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ZUTARI BURSARY SCHEME FOR SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS

Zutari bursary scheme for South African students

DEADLINE: 30 September 2023

Zutari bursary scheme for South African students

Would you like to study or are you currently studying, towards a degree in engineering? Are you a South African citizen?

If so, then Zutari may be able to help pay for your studies. Through the Zutari bursary scheme bursary, university students are financially supported so they can obtain degrees in engineering.

Bursary eligibility criteria

Qualification disciplines: BSc or BEng in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical/Electronic, Mechatronics, Industrial, and Chemical Engineering, and/or related disciplines.

You can apply for a bursary:

  • if you’re a South African citizen
  • if you meet the minimum academic requirements:
    • Grade 12 – At least a 7 symbol in mathematics and science and n overall average of at least 75%
    • First year – An overall average of at least 70%
    • Second year – An overall average of at least 65%
    • Third year – An overall average of at least 60%

If you are a prospective engineer intending to study or currently studying towards one of the above and you are passionate about making a real impact in Africa, then Zutari is the place for you!

Bursary application process

You can apply for a bursary online in September. You’ll have to attach the following documents to your online application:

  • a copy of your CV in Word format or PDF
  • a certified copy of your South African ID or Smart ID card
  • a copy of your academic records
  • proof that you’ve been accepted by, or that you’re registered at, a university recognised or accredited by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA).

Zutari emerging talent team will review your application. If you meet all the requirements, they’ll shortlist your application, and ask you to come and attend a panel interview at one of Zutari’s offices. Final bursary awards are based on your financial need, academic performance, field of study and interview score.

For additional info, please send your query to earlytalent@zutari.com.

Bursary review process and conditions

If you meet all our requirements, we’ll award you a bursary. We’ll do so on set conditions, however.

  • Zutari’s emerging talent team will review your academic performance twice a year (in June and in November, as soon as you can send us your exam results). If your academic results no longer meet the minimum requirements, the bursary will be suspended until your results improve. But if your results still meet our requirements, Zutari will keep paying towards your studies, although the Bursary scheme won’t pay more than R120 000 per year.
  • If you become one of Zutari’s bursary holders, you will be asked to come and work for Zutari during the university’s breaks. You will be given an opportunity to work in different units so you are introduced to different areas relating to your field of study. And you will also have access to the graduate and bursar network for additional support.
  • Once you’ve completed your studies, you’ll take part in the Zutari graduate recruitment process so that you can be placed in a graduate role. Once you’ve been placed, you’ll have to work back one year for every year of your studies Zutari provided funding for.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE: Zutari bursary scheme for South African students

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