The Monocle Foundation: Bursaries 2024
The Monocle Foundation: Bursaries 2024 has become available for financially needy South African students pursuing any of the following qualifications. If interested, see the below requirements. STREAK OF LUCK!
The Monocle Foundation invites students to apply for Bursary Programme 2024 academic year.
Company: The Monocle Foundation
Job Type: Bursary
Location: South Africa
Closing Date: 10 November 2023
The Monocle Foundation is offering bursaries to support previously disadvantaged black females pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies in various fields. Here are the details and eligibility requirements for the Monocle Foundation Bursary Program:
Fields of Study Supported:
- Computer Science
The Monocle Foundation Bursary provides comprehensive coverage for the following expenses;-
- Tuition fees
- Book and study material allowance
- Subsistence allowance
- Career counseling
- MS Office course
Application and Selection Process:
- Candidates will be shortlisted by the Trustees, and all applicants will receive feedback on the outcome of their application.
- The selection process includes a telephonic screening with the Trust Administrator, followed by a personal meeting with the Trust Administrator. Shortlisted candidates will then attend a one-on-one interview with one of the Trustees.
To be eligible for the Monocle Foundation Bursary, applicants must meet the following minimum criteria:
- South African citizenship
- Black (African, Coloured, Indian, or Asian)
- Completion of Matric (Grade 12)
- Pursuing an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in one of the specified fields of study
- Enrollment in the second year or higher of study
- Studying at a recognized and accredited South African tertiary institution
- Demonstrated financial need, with limited to no funding for education
How to Apply for The Monocle Foundation: Bursaries 2024
Applications for the Monocle Foundation Bursary should be submitted online (click on the above link)
During the application process, mention that you heard about the bursary from “STUFNews”
Ensure that you include the following supporting documents with your online application (all documents should be certified copies):
- ID document
- Matric certificate
- Full academic record/transcripts (on university letterhead and stamped)
- Degree certificate (if a postgraduate student)
- Breakdown of funds required for 2024 (tuition fees, study support and books, accommodation, subsistence allowance)
- Updated Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Letter addressed to the Trustees of the Monocle Foundation Trust, providing information about yourself, field of study, career ambitions, and a motivation for why you should be awarded the bursary.
It’s important to ensure that you provide all the required documentation to avoid disqualification of your application. The Monocle Foundation is dedicated to supporting black female students in achieving their educational and career aspirations. Good luck with your application!
Share the opportunity and never pay for any job / internship / learnership opportunities whatsoever – it merely takes you to apply for employment not your money.
If your document size is more than 5MB, visit one of the sites listed below to upload and shrink your documents;