UFS Bursaris 2021 – Trudon Bursaries 2021
The producer of the South African Yellow Pages, Trudon, is inviting applications for bursaries from South African students in their 2nd and 3rd years of study to apply for their bursaries for next year. Applicants have to be studying towards an undergraduate degree at a university in any of the following fields: Digital Media Studies; Informatics or Economics and Econometrics or Information Management or IT Management; Computer Science; Multimedia Design; Information Technology.
Further your career with a Trudon bursary aimed at assisting South African second and third year tertiary students. Regrettably no first year bursaries are available. Trudon is committed to the principles of Employment Equity.
Trudon offers bursaries to students (2nd and 3rd years) who aim to study full time at a South African tertiary institution (university) towards an undergraduate degree in:
- Informatics or Economics and Econometrics or Information Management or IT Management
- Computer Science and Informatics or Information Technology
- Multimedia Design
- Digital Media Studies
Multimedia Design and Digital Media Studies are awarded to students studying towards a Bachelor of Information Science (Publishing and Multimedia) and or Graphic Design qualification.
These degrees represent fields of relevance to the company. The main criteria for the selection of applications are financial need and academic potential. Trudon does not award bursaries towards post-graduate studies.
- Second or third year tertiary students: Majors and overall average minimum 60%.
What does the bursary cover?
- Registration and Tuition fees
- Book Allowance
- Residence fees (where applicable)
Download and complete the application form (CLICK HERE NOW TO DOWNLOAD) and submit via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How will my progress be monitored?
Bursaries are reviewed after each examination based on the student’s academic performance and renewed annually. All bursaries are granted on merit but preference is given to black (Africans, Coloureds and Indian) applicants.
What happens after graduation?
- After graduation, the student may be required to work 12 to 18 months for Trudon
- Should the bursary recipient not accept the contract of employment, repayment will become due of all monies owed to the Company
- In-Service training periods are excluded from this period. The obligation period for tertiary students will only commence after successful completion of the graduation programme.
- Phase 1 – Apply online (click here) every year in July.
- Phase 2 – Should you be successful in the first phase, you will be invited via email for psychometric assessments. The sessions will be held at Trudon Headoffice.
- Phase 3 – Should you be shortlisted after Phase 2, you will be invited via email to attend a panel interview.
- Phase 4 – Offers will be made to the successful candidates.
** All communication will be sent via email, please make sure that you check your emails regularly.