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What does the Umgeni Water bursary cover and how to apply
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Umgeni Water Bursary Scheme 2015


Umgeni Water is committed to support tertiary education in various fields and is offering three (3) bursaries to full time second year UNIVERSITY students pursuing degrees in the fields mentioned below which will benefit the organisation and the water sector. Position Reference No: UWB2015
Position Title: Umgeni Water Bursary Scheme 2015
Job Type Classification: Development Position
Location – Town / City: Pietermaritzburg

Reporting To (Position Title): Skills Development Facilitator

Key Responsibilities:

What does the Umgeni Water bursary cover?

Tuition and registration fees, prescribed books & stationery, meals and accommodation .Tuition and accommodation fees will be paid directly to the University.

Minimum Qualification, Knowledge & Skills:

  • Number of Bursaries per field of study
  • Civil Engineering x 1 Chemical Engineering x 1 Electrical Engineering x 1

Eligibility

Candidates meeting the following criteria may apply:

  • South African citizens who are residents of KwaZulu-Natal would be given first preference
  • Meet entry requirements for the second year of chosen field (provide proof of academic record)
  • Applicants who are already studying, must have passed all courses for which they are registered at the university for the study period to date (50 % aggregate)
  • Applications must be for full time studies only
  • Demonstrate potential for academic success
  • Short listed candidates will undergo a psychometric assessment and interview
  • Bursaries will be awarded to designated groups or applicants with a financial need
  • Applicant may not receive any other grant for the same qualification without prior written approval
  • A service contract equal to the duration of the bursary

Close Date: 2015/02/27

 

Click Here to Application Process.

 

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