Department of Education has the ambition of developing and improving the education of South African for a brighter future so, let’s hope the best for them, right? Department of Education is trying to educate more citizens of South Africa and that’s why they have the bursaries programs. As per usual, you will need to meet the following requirements in order to get the bursaries: you need to be at Grade 12 level of education, fluent in English, South African citizen with a valid ID, loves teaching and making difference, you also must be in financial need, and also, you must have the proof of acceptance at an institute of higher learning or university. The fields of studies you get to choose are computer science, science, technology, and the arts. Send your application at http://www.funzalushaka.doe.gov.za/application/application.jsp if you were interested to apply. You can also become a teacher – if you want to, visit http://www.etdpseta.org.za/images/stories/BursariesFlyer.pdf. The last step is to make sure you send it before the closing date or you won’t get accepted! The closing date of the bursary is the middle of January. If you were curious about Department of Education, you can take a look of what they have done at http://www.education.gov.za/.
Department of Arts and Culture Bursary