South African Institute of Electrical Engineers Bursary
ABOUT THE BURSAR
The South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) was established in 1909. They are an association representing electronic and electrical engineers, technicians and technologists in Southern Africa. Over a century later and SAIEE has around 6000 members who professionally engage in engineering activities, including manufacturing; electronics; academic research; mining; telecommunications; power infra-structural services and measurement and control.
ABOUT THE BURSARY
Bursaries will be awarded to students who are currently studying (or intend on studying) a certificate/ diploma/ degree, within one of the following fields:
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronic Engineering
- Computer Engineering
Only tuition fees and a set amount for prescribed textbooks will be funded by the bursary scheme.
Applicants must meet the following minimum criteria before applying:
- South African citizen,
- Undergraduates student,
- Studying (or intend on studying) at a South African University or University of Technology,
- Passed Matric, with a minimum “C” symbol in Mathematics HG, English and Physical Science OR have passed your previous exams with a minimum average of 60% per subject.
HOW TO APPLY
Download and complete the SAIEE Bursary Application Form (word doc), OR the SAIEE Bursary Application Form (pdf).
Alternatively, please obtain the latest application form at http://www.saiee.org.za or by contacting the SAIEE secretary (011 487 3003).
The following supporting documents must accompany your complete application form:
- ID document (certified copy),
- Matric results certificate (certified copy) – to be submitted by 14 January,
- Parents/ guardians statement (certified copy),
- Parents/ guardians proof of income (payslips),
- Motivational letter (in applicants handwriting).
Complete application forms and supporting documents must then be posted to:
The Secretary, SAIEE
P O Box 751253
30 September annually.
For any bursary related queries, please contact:
Tel: 011 487 3003
Fax: 011 487 3002