Recent engineering bursary scholarship is designed by De Beers Group for talented applicants who is now in second year and registered students either at university of technology or university. Not to mention, the chance for the bursary scholarship is given to students who are in the midst of completing; mining engineering, chemical engineering/metallurgy, electrical engineering in heavy current, and mechanical engineering. Obviously, there are requirements you should follow, thence your chance for the bursary scholarship is wide open. The requirements of the bursary scholarship request qualified applicants; (1) un-bonded talented students, (2) hold grade 12 and gain at least “C” symbol for both science and maths, and (3) you already becomes registered students of the above mentioned discipline.
Holding the requirements to apply De Beers Group engineering bursary scholarship, you have to prepare supported documents that include, matric certificate, recent academic record, and curriculum vitae. Afterward, submit your application for the bursary scholarship to, email@example.com (for attention: Lynn Berowsky). The application should be submitted before September 9th or your application will be not considered. Additionally, incomplete supported document will turn your application to failure. In order to know whether your application is successful or not, you can wait until December 9th.
Say that you receive nothing from De Beers Group, it means your application for De Beer Group engineering bursary scholarship 2017, 2018 & 2019 program is not successful. Before you apply the bursary, ensure that you know ; (1) successful bursars should pay their own registration for next year (2017), (2) the bursary scholarship from De Beers Group applies Contractual Employment for its bursar, due to the completion of the bursary, if you are okay with it, this bursary is for you, and (3) the chance is given to various applicants who meet the bursary scholarship requirements, however, your chance is better if you are qualified applicants from Limpopo, Northern Cape, and Free State provinces.