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Nanoteq: Engineering Bursary Programme 2015

Closing Date: 21 January 2015

Nanoteq is a South African company which provides custom cryptographic security solutions and products to our local and international clients.

Nanoteq is offering bursaries to second and third year students studying full-time towards an undergraduate university degree in Electronic and / or Computer Engineering.

The main criteria for selection of applicants are an active interest in research and development and academic potential.

Applications are open to:

  • Young South African citizens from previously disadvantaged communities.
  • Second and third year students in Electronic and / or Computer Engineering.

Bursary amount:

  • R 80,000 per annum

Main selection criteria:

  • Academic merit

Closing date: The closing date for the receipt of applications by Nanoteq is 21 January 2015. Terms and conditions, as per the information letter will apply.

How to apply

Please request a bursary application form from:

Source: Puff and Pass

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