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BURSARIES: A bursary is a form of financial assistance given to a student for further study or training. Bursaries may differ in terms of amount of money and duration. Students are selected according to various criteria set by donors, which could include academic merit and financial need. Some bursaries require that students sign a contract to enter the employment of the donor after graduation. SCHOLARSHIPS: The scholarship amount is normally based on outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships do not normally require the recipient to repay the scholarship and usually, have no employment conditions attached. STUDY LOANS: A loan is money borrowed, which must be repaid upon completion of studies. Loans are available from banks and institutions like Edu-loan. The NSFAS (National Student Financial Aid Scheme) is a South African Government-funded structure offering assistance to academically deserving and financially needy students. Students may apply for this type of loan at the Financial Aid offices of CUT. Up to 40% of this type of loan can be converted into a bursary, depending on the end-of-year results.
Tips: How to apply for a Bursary/Scholarship
- Read the Bursary Brochure and find the bursaries that suit your needs.
- Check the closing dates for applications.
- Apply directly to the person/company specified.
- Apply for more than one bursary and make sure that you meet the requirements.
- Explore other ways of financing your studies in the event of the bursary application being unsuccessful.
Find Bursaries in South Africa (portals)
Specific bursaries at CUT
CUT ACADEMIC MERIT BURSARIES FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
Such bursaries are for candidates who are pursuing further studies for the first time after Grade 12 and who are enrolled as full-time students for a diploma or degree course at CUT. The amount allocated is calculated on the basis of the six highest symbols achieved by the candidate in the final Grade 12 examination. The criteria and amounts of these awards are reviewed on an annual basis.
ACADEMIC RECRUITMENT BURSARIES (FOR FIRST-TIME ENTRANTS)
These bursaries are additional to the normal academic bursaries. First-year students who qualify will automatically be considered for such a bursary. The following categories are available:
Each A symbol on HG – R1 000.00 Each A symbol on SG – R600.00
A bursary of R1 000.00 will be awarded to a student who achieved an A symbol (HG or SG) in the final Grade 12 examination and who is enrolled for a course in Engineering or Health and Environmental Sciences.
Top-ten bursaries (awarded to the ten best first-year entrants). To be considered for such a bursary, a minimum of 42 points on the CUT scoring scale, calculated on the basis of the candidate’s six best subjects, is required.
CUT LEADERSHIP BURSARIES FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
At least 27 points on the CUT scoring scale in the final Grade 12 examination is an additional requirement. The following applicants may qualify for such bursaries:
SPORT RECRUITMENT BURSARIES
Sport bursaries are awarded to promising sportsmen and sportswomen according to merit. Such bursaries are only awarded to individuals who participate in a league sport in the name of CUT (refer to the list of sports along with the names of the sport managers). Only achievements at the provincial level and higher are taken into account. Application forms are available from Operational Sport and the closing date is 31 October each year. Development bursaries are also available, and a maximum of three candidates may be nominated by the respective sports trainers / club managers. Please note: Candidates must apply on an annual basis. For more information on sport recruitment bursaries (first-year students only) and sport bursaries (all students), please contact Operational Sport.
DEANS AWARDS INCENTIVE VOUCHER
For more information on the Deans’ Awards Incentive Vouchers available to first-year students, please contact the Dean of the relevant academic faculty. In cases where a bursary covering the full tuition and/or accommodation fees has already been granted to a prospective student, the letter in which notification to that effect is provided must be included in the registration document. Notwithstanding any other terms, no student shall be exempted from accountability for the payment of any amounts owing to CUT.
FUNZA LUSHAKA – MERIT BURSARY
This is a merit bursary awarded by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to deserving Teacher Education students registered for the following BEd (FET) Specialisation programmes:
Students are expected to apply online at the DHET website. The bursary is presently worth R48 000.00 per annum, and allocations are subject to the availability of funds. http://www.funzalushaka.doe.gov.za/
Loans (Finacial Aid)
2017 NSFAS APPLICATION PROCESS FOR FINANCIAL AID
NSFAS Application Process
On 01 August 2016 The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will switch to an online administered system.
What does this mean for prospective students?
What does this mean for current students?
What does the mean for students who were previously funded but not in 2016?
All students who were previously funded by NSFAS and are not funded in 2016 must apply online.
Already submitted NSFAS Application Form to a University or TVET college?
Funding will be granted provided the funded student meets the NSFAS academic requirements
Opening and Closing dates
From Monday, 01 August 2016, all paper applications forms can be sent to NSFAS Head Office in Cape Town
Postal: The 2017 Online Applications, NSFAS Loans & Bursaries Department, Private Bag X4, Plumstead, 7801
For further details, applicants can contact NSFAS Offices, tel: 0860 067 327 (sharecall) | www.nsfas.org.za
For more information on EDULOAN, visit http://www.eduloan.co.za. On campus assistance Lapeng Student Centre, tel: +27(0)51 4476210 Customer care: 0860 5555 44
STANDARD BANK STUDENT LOAN
The issue of the ‘missing middle’ funding continues to be a challenge. In his communique dated 13 January 2016, the Director General: Higher Education and Training, Mr. G Qonde, indicated that one if the outcomes of the ‘Presidential Task Team on short-term student funding challenges at universities’ was the process to develop a new model which will be put in place immediately with the intention of being tested in the 2017 academic year, for full implementation in 2018….read more. View Standard Bank Student Loan information pack.
Mrs K Wilbraham | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr M Klassen | E-mail: email@example.com
Mrs L Scwebu | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Accounts (balances, quotations, results)
Ms A Moleme | E-mail: email@example.com
Ms M van Wyk | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms S Shoroma | E-mail: email@example.com
Mr M Klassen | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms N Bogatsu | E-mail: email@example.com
Bank deposits (Banking Details)
Ms B Beckman | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Switchboard tel: +27(0)51 507 3911
Bursaries and Loans
Mrs E Taka | Tel: +27(0)57 910 3663 | E-mail: email@example.com
Ms N Leteane | Tel: +27(0)57 910 3661 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: 19 August 2016