University Bursaries 2021

University Bursaries 2021

University Bursaries 2021
About University Bursaries 2021

Bursaries administered by StudyTrust and sponsored by a number of blue-chip South African, as well as international, companies.

Full cost StudyTrust-administered bursaries and scholarships are prestigious opportunities allocated to the best candidates displaying academic potential, leadership and community engagement, as well as financial need.

Various bursaries are available to candidates and Studytrust will match applications accordingly.
Sponsors include amongst others the following:

  • Amazon
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Investec
  • Old Mutual Investment Group Imfundo Trust Scholarship
  • Santam
  • Skills Development
  • Standard Bank Group
  • Toyota South Africa Motors

What you will learn:

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Collaboration Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Creativity


  • RSA citizens: Candidates have to upload a clear, legible copy of ID to avoid being disadvantaged in the application process.
  • Non-RSA citizens: Must have work rights in SA.
  • Please ensure your profile picture is a clear professional head and shoulder photo of yourself
  • Must have an average of 50% or above for Matric.
  • Must have 50% or above for EVERY subject (NO subject below 50%).
  • Must have Mathematics (Maths Literacy NOT accepted).
  • If currently in Grade 12, marks for each subject must be 50% and above. June 2020 exam report must be uploaded.
    – If you do not have any results to upload yet for Grade 12, please upload your final Grade 11 results and replace this as soon as you receive any results for Grade 12.
  • If the applicant is already studying at tertiary level, at a public SA institution (private institutions not allowed), they must have marks of 55% and above. June 2020 exam results must be uploaded. Final NSC must also be uploaded.
  • Proof of Household Income: combined household income must not exceed R650 000 per annum. Proof must be uploaded IMMEDIATELY.
    – Salary slips must be the most recent (from this year 2020)
    – Affidavits must be recent (from this year 2020)