Monthly Archives: August 2016

HCI Bursaries Programme

HCI Bursaries Programme

The HCI Foundation Bursary Programme provides financial assistance to academically deserving and financially needy students.

The HCI Foundation Bursary Programme provides financial assistance to academically deserving and financially needy students, pursuing an undergraduate degree up to Honours level in any field of study, at a public university or university of technology in South Africa.

HCI Foundation bursaries are primarily for students who will be in their 1st year of study in 2017 and our current bursary recipients.

Applications for other years of study will only be considered if we have spaces available.

How To Apply?

To successfully complete an application form, follow the five steps below between 01 August 2016 and 30 September 2016.

Between 01 August 2016 and 30 September 2016.

1. LOGIN (OR REGISTER)

If you have applied before, you must login with your existing username and password. Click on lost password if you have lost or forgotten it.

If you are a new applicant you must register on the system.

2. COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM

There are 4 sections that you will be required to complete on the application form:
• Personal details
• Family details
• Details of proposed study for the upcoming year
• Parents’ employment information

Now begin to send in your supporting documents:

Copy of ID, proof of family income or affidavit of unemployment and proof of grant.

You will be able to submit supporting documents until 30 September 2016

You can save your application at any stage and return to complete it later.

Closing Date: 30 September 2016 before Midnight

Apply online here

Actuary Bursaries

Actuary Bursaries

Comprehensive university study bursaries and support are available for students who are strong academically and have a keen interest in Actuarial Science.

The bursary covers the following:

The full time Programme Managers based at each partner university ensure that our students are taken good care of. They offer and arrange the following for our students:

Academic and Social Support
Additional Tutorials
Mentorship, etc.

SAADP staff visit schools that are capable of producing excellent grades in Maths, Science and English. We collaborate with the National Department of Basic Education and Provincial Departments of Education in the ongoing selection of eligible schools.

Closing Date: 31 August

Candidate Requirements:

Learners must be in Grade 12 and have an excellent academic record. They must be achieving at least a level 7 (80%) in Mathematics (NOT Mathematical Literacy), Physical Sciences and in English. All interested learners are encouraged to study and pass Maths Paper 3.

Learners must have keen interest in Actuarial Science and display the potential to excel academically at university level.

Learners must have applied and been accepted at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (Wits), University of Cape Town (UCT) or University of Pretoria (UP). The closing dates for these universities differ, learners are advised to contact these universities and apply early in their matric year for admission.

How to Apply

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Banking Learnerships

Banking Learnerships

Mechantile Bank is a well established Business and Commercial bank, and they are seeking to recruiting for 7 unemployed graduates to join their company in a Learnership opportunity. REF: 242/HR/MM/Graduate Learnership (Banking)/Sandton/230816
Recruiter: Mercantile Bank Limited
AA/EE: Applicable
Contract Permanent
Location: Sandton
Available: ASAP
Category: Banking / Finance And Investment

Offer: 5000

We are a well established Business and Commercial bank, and are currently recruiting for 7 unemployed graduates who have a Business, Commerce, Banking, or Financial degree, to participate in our Graduate Learnership for 2017.

Minimum Requirements
Minimum Criteria

Applicants must have the following minimum requirements:

Be under the age of 30
Be able to speak, read and write English
Have completed Matric and a Business/ Commercial Degree at a recognized institution
Be computer literate
Not be permanently employed
Not be studying at any other institution
Not be enrolled on any other learnership
Learnership Programme Terms

The Mercantile Bank learnership is a 12-month programme.

During the programme the learners will be assigned to various business centres of Mercantile Bank Ltd in the Gauteng area to gain practical work experience Successful candidates will be required to sign a 12-month fixed term employment contract as well as a learnership contract.

Learners will receive a learner allowance of R5000.00 per month for the duration of the learnership.

Upon successful completion, learners will obtain an Advanced Certificate in Banking (NQF 6).

The Recruitment Process

Panel interviews
Psychometric assessments for shortlisted candidates
The following background checks will be conducted:

Register for Employees Dismissed (RED)
Credit and criminal record checks
Reference checks with previous employers (if applicable)
Verification of educational qualifications
Proof of South African citizenships
Closing Date: 2 September 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here

Study Trust Bursaries

Study Trust Bursaries Details

Study Trust Partial Bursaries

These bursaries cover around 50% of the total cost of studying per year. They are mostly sponsored by private sector companies, trusts or foundations. The balance of study-related costs must be covered from alternative means (e.g. a NSFAS loan).

For more information on the selection criteria and application procedure of these bursaries, please go to “Sponsored bursaries”.

Study Trust Full-cost Bursaries

Full-cost bursaries cover all study-related costs according to a formula prescribed by the donors.
For more information on the selection criteria and application procedure of these bursaries, please go to “Sponsored bursaries”.

A prospective student only has to submit one single application form. Each application will automatically be considered for all the bursaries for which a particular applicant qualifies.

Annual Opening Date: 1 May
Annual closing date: 31 August for requesting forms and 30 September for submitting applications (physical, post and online).

Candidate Requirements:
Current students at university (undergraduate)
Grade 12 learners
South African citizen with valid ID number

How to Apply for Study Trust Bursaries

Application forms only available from 1 May to 31 August
Check the Studie Trust Bursaries Page to download application forms once applications open.

Applications available at

Application forms to be requested in writing
National Director
P O Box 29192,
2109 Melville,

Clicks B.Pharmacy Bursaries

Clicks Bursaries

Clicks is a leader in the South African healthcare market and is committed to addressing the skills shortage of Pharmacists and healthcare professionals in alignment with the National Healthcare agenda.

Who Must Apply for Clicks Bursaries

Confirmed South African citizenship
Registered 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year BPharm student
A full-time undergraduate student at a South African tertiary institution
Aged between 19 – 35 years
Not be in possession of another bursary
Please note: preference will be given to historically disadvantaged South Africans.

Clicks Bursaries Value

The bursary funding will cover all tuition costs. Additional funding requests will be addressed by the Bursary Committee on a case by case basis and will be subject to a separate motivation.

How To Apply for Clicks Bursaries?

Please apply online here.

AfriGIS Learnerships

AfriGis Learnerships

AfriGIS is looking for ambitious, young individuals with a passion for technology to take part in a Systems Development Learnership, presented in partnership with MICT SETA.

The Learnership is based in Pretoria and offers valuable work experience and a National Certificate (NQF 5, SAQA ID: 48872).

Qualifications & Experience:

A South African citizen
Presently unemployed
Between the ages of 18 and 35 years
Have a valid matric certificate and obtained 60% or more in the subjects below:
Mathematics (not negotiable)
English
Computer Applications Technology (CAT)
A vibrant personality with strong interpersonal skills
A positive attitude towards learning and work

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

SGS Learnerships

SGS Learnerships

SGS, a leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, is inviting applications for its 2016/2017 learnerships from unemployed South Africans with a Grade 12 / Matric certificate with a Maths Literacy OR pure Maths and English as passed subjects. Successful candidates will be placed on 12-months learnership contracts within SGS, where they will be given tuition and on-the-job training and afforded an opportunity to complete a National Certificate in Generic Management, on NQF Level 3. Learners will be paid a monthly allowance for the duration of the learnerships.

What are the requirements?

In order to be considered, you should meet the following requirements:

Be an unemployed young South African between the ages of 18 and 35 years;
Applicants must have a Grade 12 / matric certificate, with 50% or more in pure Maths (OR 70 % or more for Maths Literacy) and 50% or more for English;
Must have never abandoned a learnership programme;
Must have been unemployed for 6 months or more.

How to apply?

Please apply online here.

Norcros SA Internships

Norcros SA Internships

Norcros SA has a Graphic Design Internship position in Centurion, Gauteng, This opportunity is available on a 12 months contract.

The candidate will be expected to design and layout print and point of sale material and prepare final material for print in accordance to printer/media specifications.

The position will also include content updates and some administrative duties.

The work demands up-to-date knowledge of industry software and a professional approach to time, costs and deadlines.

Norcros is a leading national retailer of local and international tiles, bathroom ware, taps and accessories.


Specification

• The candidate will be expected to design and layout print and point of sale material and prepare final material for print in accordance to printer/media specifications.

• The position will also include content updates and some administrative duties.

• The work demands up-to-date knowledge of industry software and a professional approach to time, costs and deadlines.

Requirements Qualification

• Grade 12

• Diploma in Graphic Design

Requirements

• Strong Layout and design skill
• Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite 6: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign,
• Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

• Ability to work on both Mac and PC

Job Closing Date: 24 August 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here

AGCI Scholarships

AGCI Scholarships

The Horizontal Cooperation Scholarship Program AGCI began in 1993, and to date, more than 800 professionals from Latin America and the Caribbean have completed graduate programs in various areas of specialization offered by Chilean universities or institutions of higher education in our country.

The purpose of the AGCI Scholarship Program is to contribute to the formation of advanced human capital, through the participation of professionals in Master programs taught by accredited higher education institutions with a high level of excellence in Chile.


Scholaships Details

Scholarships are awarded for a maximum duration of 24 months, depending on the length of the chosen program of study.

Studies for which scholarships are awarded may start between 1 March 2015 and 30 September of the same year, according to the respective programs and schedules of the Chilean institutions of higher education or to the research plan or development plan established by the Chilean institution that has accepted the applicant.

Scholarships may only be granted to pursue Master studies referred to in Annex 1 of this Call.

The studies are undertaken in an exclusive dedication regime, full-time, and with mandatory attendance. The applicant has to remain in Chile throughout the entire program of study.

Selected scholarship holders must provide a certification of proficiency in Spanish, since the outlined courses will be taught in Spanish only.

There will be the following priority criteria for granting scholarships:

Applications submitted by public servants or academics from universities officially recognized by the respective country.

Candidates who are mentioned in the Annex 1, Master Accredited Programs.

The scholarship comprises the following benefits;

Payment of air fare from the capital of the country to Santiago de Chile, and back to his country after studies are completed. Payment of fees, registration and degree costs charged by the respective institution of higher education, for the duration of the postgraduate program, with a maximum of four academic semesters, or six academic quarters, depending on the schedule used by the respective institution. In any case, this expense is only covered for the academic curriculum of the program of study for which the scholarship is granted.

Payment of a maintenance allowance of four hundred and sixty thousand Chilean pesos ($ 460.000) throughout the period of the scholarship. This allowance will be paid throughout the duration of the program, with a maximum of twenty-four (24) months. In the months of December, January and/or February, AGCI will pay 100% of the monthly allowance to the scholarship recipient only if he/she remains in Chile for more than half of the respective month. In any other case, AGCI will pay only 50% of the monthly allowance.

Provision of life, health and accident insurance to the scholarship holder, while the scholarship is in force for events or claims that affect and occur within the territory of Chile.

Awarding the scholarship recipient with a single allocation for textbooks and study materials up to ninety thousand Chilean pesos ($ 90,000) within their first semester of the study program.

Granting the scholarship recipient, one-time and provided their grade point average in the respective study program is equal to or higher than 5.5 (five point five) or its equivalent level, an allocation equivalent to half of the monthly allowance to support thesis expenses or to comply with the requirements of the higher education institution to provide the respective degree.

For this purpose, the scholarship recipient must prove the compliance with all aspects raised in paragraph V of the third clause of the Convention whose format is attached in Annex 2 of this Call, before the expiration of the nineteenth month in which AGCI pays the monthly allowance stated in point III of this section.

In case of theses related to areas proposed for each country, scholarship recipients may possibly participate in the development of the respective project if so required by AGCI.

The aforementioned benefits are exclusively for the scholarship recipient.

AGCI does not pay any expense that is not covered by the above list. It is therefore the responsibility of the scholarship recipient to finance any other expenses to be incurred in respect of procedures for visa application, fees to institutions of Chilean higher education, travel fees and related costs, or travels to his country throughout the duration of the scholarship, etc.

No applicants will be accepted whose spouse is beneficiary of these benefits or applies in the same call for applications.

These scholarships are incompatible with any other that the beneficiary could have in Chile.

Scholarships will only be awarded for studies in Chile.

The deadline for applications to the Embassy of Chile in South Africa should be duly verified by the applicant.

Applications that are sent by the Embassy of Chile in South Africa and received after the above deadline will automatically not be considered.

Closing Date: 31 October 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Pioneer Foods Internships

Pioneer Foods has a great opportunity for an Apprentice Millwright. This apprenticeship is based in Malmesbury.

Specific Outputs
Demonstrated ability to read technical blueprints & diagrams.

Demonstrated ability to use and manipulate trade materials.

Demonstrated ability to use trade tools and equipment.

Learned trade codes & regulations.

Achieved contracted trade learning objectives for registration.

Required Experience

None.

Qualifications

Technical Trade Theory (N3) Matric with Maths.

Primary Objectives of the Position

Employee or unemployed person who is contracted to complete a Department of Labour (DoL) recognized trade.

Other Information

Shift work.
Sound understanding and application of OSHA regulations.
Close Date: 25 August 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online