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Dept Of Labour Bursary Opportunity
Dept of labour bursary scholarship provides a bursary scholarship opportunity for suitable applicants who are; (1) recently registered students from accredited university of technologies or universities, (2) already hold matric qualification, (3) students who recently completed their matric qualifications with average 60% for both physical science and maths, and (4) students who will complete their matric qualification. In addition, bursary opportunity is designed for aspiring students aim for; electrical engineering in heavy current, environmental health science, mechanical engineering civil engineering, and chemical engineering. However, students should know that if they already received another bursary, the opportunity is closed for them.
In addition qualified applicants who hold foreign qualification, ensure that you tag along certificate of evaluation by SAQA. Some other documents such as; recent qualifications, identity document, curriculum vitae, application form, covering letter stating the major that you pick. Apply for dept of labour bursary opportunity, submit your application to, Chief Director/ Human Resources Management/ Private Bag X117/ Pretoria 0001. Suitable applicants can hand deliver the application for the bursary to, 215 Francis Baard Street. Further questions for the bursary, you can deliver it to 012 309 4398 ( Mr Lucas Masango). The application should be submitted before its closing date on June 14th 2016.
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When submitting the applications for dept of labour bursary scholarship, make sure that your application is complete, as well you need to insure that application is sent in timely manner. The application for the bursary scholarship is considered unsuccessful if you fax, email, or send your application after the closing date. There will be eight weeks to figure out whether your application is successful or not. If you receive correspondence from the official, it means your application is successful, or it is not if the otherwise. Becoming the shortlisted applicants, there are still other assessment and check up to determine whether you are qualified or not for the bursary.