bursaries for any field/ course 2021-2022

ISFAP Bursary Funding 2022

About Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP)

To ensure that poor and middle-class South African students have equal opportunities for higher education alongside their wealthier counterparts, ISFAP was born. It is a funding model designed to remain sustainable while helping students achieve their goals and obtain qualifications in Occupations of High Demand (OHDs). Analysis of South Africa’s OHDs has highlighted its need for more accountants, actuaries, engineers, artisans, doctors, and pharmacists.

These professions are essential South Africa’s continued economic growth and the development of an equal society. A collaboration between the South African government and various private sector stakeholders, ISFAP aims to reduce higher learning dropout rates, give graduates better employment opportunities, and to build the country’s skills base.

 

ISFAP Bursary Funding 2022

The ISFAP awards scholarships for the academic year 2022 within the following fields of study at the following universities:

Central University of Technology

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) in Mechanical Engineering

Nelson Mandela University

BCom in Accounting Science (Computer Science & Information Systems)
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) in Industrial Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) in Marine Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics

University of Venda

Bachelor of Arts in Language Practice
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Sciences

Stellenbosch University

BEng in Civil Engineering
BEng Electric and Electronic
BEng Mechatronic
BEng in Chemical Engineering
BEng in Industrial Engineering
BEng in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc)
Medicine (MBChB)

University of the Witwatersrand

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting
Bachelor of Economic Science Actuarial Science
BCom General
BCom Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE)
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Hearing
BSc (Maths of Finance)
BSc (Statistics and Actuarial Science)

University of Pretoria

BCom Accounting Sciences
BSc Actuarial and Financial Mathematics
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB)
BEng in Chemical Engineering
BEng in Civil Engineering
BEng in Computer Engineering
BEng in Electrical Engineering
BEng in Electronic Engineering
BEng in Industrial Engineering
BEng in Mechanical Engineering
BEng in Metallurgical Engineering
BEng in Mining Engineering

Walter Sisulu University

Bachelor of Chemistry
Bachelor of Physics with Chemistry
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

University of Cape Town

Bachelor of Business Science in Actuarial Science
Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Medicine (MBChB)
Occupational Therapy

Tshwane University of Technology

Bachelor of Technology in Nursing
National Diploma in Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics

University of KwaZulu-Natal

Bachelor of Occupation Therapy
Bachelor of Pharmacy
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
MBChB

University of Johannesburg

BBAcc Bachelor  of Accounting
B(Eng. Tech) Electrical Engineering
B(Eng. Tech) Mechanical Engineering
B(Eng) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
B(Eng) Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Information Technology
B(Eng) Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology in Computer Science

 

The bursaries cover the following expenses:

Tuition fees
Accommodation
Meals
Study materials
Cash allowance

Additionally, the students will also receive the following:

Life skills training
Social support
Medical support
Academic support that may include academic development, tutorials, and extended programmes
Mentoring for their first year
Tracking their academic performance through the online student platform
Access to committed programme managers

 

ISFAP Bursary Funding Requirments and Eligibility 

Before applying for the bursaries, interested applicants must first satisfy the following requirements. Failure to comply with all these requirements will result in their application getting disregarded.

Must be a citizen of South African.
Must have completed Matric.
Must have a good academic record
Must have gotten accepted to study at one of the tertiary institutes mentioned above.
Must have gotten accepted to study towards one of the qualifications mentioned above – only for first-year undergraduate studies.
Will be starting their first degree in 2022
The applicant’s family household income shouldn’t be more than R600 000 per year.

 

How to Apply and Application Details

Interested applicants will need to apply online: ISFAP Bursary Funding 2022

Students who pass the bursary “pre-application” stage, will receive an email requesting them to submit their supporting documentation. Candidates should have the following supporting documentation ready for the submission (submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application may be disqualified):

A certified copy of an ID document.
A certified copy of your matric certificate or Matric latest results
Proof of registration at one of these above institutions for 2022 (on tertiary letterhead)
Proof of household proof of income (latest payslips if employed, affidavit if unemployed, proof of any grants or pension if applicable)
Confirmation that you are not in receipt of any other funding

Closing Date

Currently, open for 2022 applications and will be close at the end of September 2021.

Contact Details

Address: 17 Fricker Rd, Illovo, Sandton

Telephone Number: 087 805 8500

E-mail Address: students@isfap.co.za

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