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Tomorrow Trust Tertiary Bursary 2022

About the Tomorrow Trust

The Tomorrow Trust was set up in 2005 to specifically help the orphaned and vulnerable children. Classified as a South African non-profit organization, it works with both the government and private sector to meet its goals.

The major part of the trust’s fund goes towards supporting the education of vulnerable children in South Africa. This form of help allows these children to realize their full potential and fulfill their academic dream.

The fund is run by its partners and individual donors who can donate directly on their website.

Tomorrow Trust Tertiary Bursary 2022

Tomorrow Trust offers a number of bursaries, Tertiary Bursary being one of them. It runs the Holiday and Saturday School Programme. This program is meant for juniors (Grade 1 to 7) and seniors (Grade 8 to 12).

The Tomorrow Trust Tertiary program is for students who want to pursue degrees. Then there’s the Shift program which caters to students who need workplace skills. Likewise, there are other programs on offer.

The tertiary program accepts applications each year from students who intend to study towards a degree at selected institutes. The bursary is awarded for Diploma, Undergrad, or Honors degree studies. The study of the field doesn’t matter as long as you’re eligible for it.

Benefits of Tomorrow Trust Tertiary Bursary:

Covers the entire tuition cost along with accommodation, transportation, meals, and study material cost. It may cover part of the tuition fees depending on the student’s needs and financial status.
Network opportunities
Vacation work opportunities
Skill enhancement for work opportunities
Volunteering opportunities with other students
Academic support and psycho-social support for best learning outcomes
Non-barrier opportunities for learning and growing as an individual
Workshops to develop essential skills
Lifetime Alumni membership after graduating

All in all, the bursary prepares unprivileged students in South Africa to join the workforce. And at the same time, they groom themselves at a personal and professional level.

Eligibility Criteria for Tomorrow Trust Tertiary bursary 2022:

To be eligible for this bursary, you need to meet its eligibility criteria. And the selection committee only accepts applications from eligible candidates. Therefore, before applying for the bursary, you need to ensure that you’re eligible.

Here are the eligibility requirements for Tomorrow Trust Tertiary bursary 2022:

Must be between the age of 18-25 at the time of application.
Must be South African citizens.
Must be in pursuant of an undergrad, diploma, or honours degree. Ph.D. or Masters programs are not eligible.
Applications must intend to study at one of the following institutes:

University of the Witwatersrand
University of Johannesburg
Stellenbosch University
University of Cape Town
Rhodes University
University of Pretoria

If you meet all of the criteria mentioned above, proceed towards the application process.

How to Apply?

The application process of the bursary is straightforward. You just need to follow a few simple steps to submit your candidature for the bursary.

Here are the steps involved:

Submit an Online Application Form

The first step is to download and submit an online form. Through this form, the selection committee learns about your interest in the bursary.

There are separate forms for Matric/1st-time students and university students. So you must select the appropriate form as per your level of education.

Application for Students Currently in Matric/Grade 12
Application for Students already in University

Click on the above link to start the online applications. The form asks certain personal and academic questions. Answer all questions carefully and correctly.

Submit Relevant Documents

The next step is to submit the necessary documents for the bursary. For matric/first-time students, here are the document requirements:

Government-issued ID cards
Final report of Grade 11
Matric reports to date
Proof of admission or acceptance to any of the eligible universities (on university letterheads)

For current university students, the documents asked for are:

ID documents
Matric certificate
Academic transcripts up until the current education level
Updated fee statement

All the documents must be certified. You must submit the documents along with your application.

Contact Details

You can reach Tomorrow Trust with your queries at the following contact details:

Telephone – 011 447 7707
WhatsApp – 066 115 3891
Email – info@tomorrow.org.za

The trust requests that you do not contact them post the deadline date.

Closing Date

The last date for the year 2021-22 is 31st October 2021. You must submit before the deadline.

Once you’ve submitted the application, wait till 31st October. The committee will publish a list of selected candidates.

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