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Bursaries: Independent Development Trust 2017

The IDT is a social infrastructure programme management agency in the public sector. The organisation plays a vital role in ensuring that the country develops built environment professionals. The organisation provides opportunities to matriculants and tertiary level students who would like to pursue studies in the built environment. The bursary is offered to South African citizens from all the provinces and across all race groups with emphasis on the historically disadvantaged groups and people living with disabilities.

The bursary programme is offered in the following fields of studies:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Architect
  • Construction and Building Management
  • OHS /SHEQ

The bursary covers:

  • Tuition and registration
  • University accommodation
  • Meals
  • Book fees.

NB: The organisation will advise the student on the cap for accommodation, meals and book fees.

The application letters should be accompanied by:

  • South African Identity Document
  • Proof of residence
  • Grade11 year-end report for those currently in Matric or first semester results for students who are already at University or University of Technology
  • Parents’ proof of income/affidavit if not working.

Completed application letters and supporting documents should be returned to: The HRD Consultant, Human Resource Development, Independent Development Trust, PO Box 73000, Lynnwood Ridge 0043 OR e-mail to: externalbursaries@idt.org.za

Closing date for submission of applications is 31 October 2016.

NB: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 

The IDT is a Schedule 2 Public Entity, established as a development management agency. Its primary role is to influence, support and add value to the national development agenda. The IDT is mandated to measurably impact on the eradication of poverty and to improve the quality of life of poor, rural and marginalised communities.

Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply

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