Polyfin bursary scheme is one of the bursaries you can try applying, especially those seeking for engineering related career. Polyfin bursary scheme only accepts those who choose engineering and Environment Development as their field of study since the only field of study they offer are Engineering and Built Environment. For the details of the fields of studies, you can choose one of these following: BEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical), BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical), BEng or BSc Engineering (Electro-Mechanical), BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical), BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic) & BEng or BSc Engineering (Industrial). To get the bursary, the requirements you must meet are: you must be a current student at a university or grade 12 student, you must be in possession of South African’s citizenship valid ID, and you must be able to have math and science with good grades. The value of this bursary isn’t told anywhere but, as per usual, the tuition fees and accommodation will most likely be covered by Polyfin. 30th September is the closing date so, send before the date. For more information about Polyfin bursary scheme, visit this page.