WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils Bursaries 2023

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WOA Fuels & Oils is inviting students to apply for their bursary programme. The bursary will provide financial and non-financial support to help make students ambition happen and to achieve their goal of studying at a Tertiary institution (Offsite or Onsite).

As ScholarlyAfrica.com, we are excited to bring this great opportunity to you and ask that you go over the bursary details we share below.

About WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils

WOA Fuels & Oils are wholesalers of petroleum, specialising in the supply and delivery of petroleum and petroleum related products nationally and internationally.

WOA Fuels and Oil was founded with the intention of broadening the scope of its existing company operations to include the sale of fuels, lubricants, minerals, and energy. WOA is a Black-Empowered organization that has women controlling 100 percent of the company’s shares.

The firm specializes in the distribution and supply of petroleum and items that are connected to petroleum on both a national and worldwide scale. The items are from well-known local vendors in South Africa.

WOA has been very successful in negotiating competitive rebates, and as a result, the firm has been able to pass on a portion of these rebates to its customers. This is a result of the company’s good fortune. This has resulted in a consistent rise in its customer base as well as customers who are incredibly loyal to the company.

About the WOA Fuels & Oils Bursaries 2023

WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils is offering financial assistance for bright-minded South African students who are their tertiary education at the moment. The WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils Bursaries is a program that invites persons from all different kinds of varied backgrounds.

If you are selected as a recipient of the prize, you will get the assistance you need to pursue the academic qualification you want. You are strongly urged to take advantage of this chance if you have achieved outstanding success in your academic pursuits and have shown other admirable characteristics as a student.

The WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils Bursaries are available for the following fields:

  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain
  • BCom
  • SHERQ (Safety, Health, Environment, Risk, Quality)

Who can apply?

First and foremost, you must familiarize yourself with the WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils Bursaries’ eligibility standards. Each of these criteria will influence whether or not you would be an excellent candidate.

In case you’d want to double-check your credentials, please refer to the list of qualifying prerequisites provided below. Ideally, if you want to enhance your chances of success, you should be able to meet all of the requirements on the following list.

The WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils Bursaries Eligibility Criteria are as follows:

  • Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
  • Has finished your Matric qualification
  • Obtained at least a 60% score for your English results in Matric
  • Obtained at least a 50% score for your all your other subjects in Matric
  • Must be officially registered to pursue one of the study fields mentioned above
  • Must be officially registered to pursue your education at a recognized and well-accredited South African tertiary institution
  • Proven to require immediate financial assistance
  • Must be living in a rural area and originating from a Previously Disadvantaged Background
  • People with disabilities are highly encouraged to register.

How to apply

Students who meet the eligibility criteria, can apply by submitting clear copies of the following documentation (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application may be disqualified):

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • Matric certificate (certified copy)
  • Proof of tertiary registration (on institutions letterhead)
  • Parents or guardians ID documents (certified copy)
  • Parents or guardians proof of income (latest payslips if employed, affidavit if unemployed or an informal trader, proof of pension or grant if applicable)

Note: there is no application form to be completed for this bursary application – students need only submit the list of above documents to apply.

Applications must be submitted electronically via email to: [email protected]
(Insert the words “WOA Fuels & Oils Bursary Application” in the email subject line).

When sending in your email application, please put in the words “WOA Fuels & Oils Bursary Application” in the email subject line. This will help the selection committee easily identify your applications in their inbox.

Alternatively, you can send your email application using your handphone, since it is much more practical than applying via computer. If you are using an OS Android handphone, you can use your Gmail app to send the emails and any CVs/files that needs to be attached.

By sending in your applications, you are hereby giving permission to the selection committee to have your personal information utilized for registration purposes.

Applications will be subjected to further evaluation and vetting procedures to verify the validity of candidates. Anyone discovered to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will be disqualified from the registration period.

Closing date

Applications for the WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils Bursaries must be submitted before the closing date on 30 June 2022.

You can guarantee that your application will be processed as quickly as possible if you sign up as soon as you possibly can. Despite this, there is no assurance that you will be successful right away; rather, the purpose of this is to put you in a stable position while the recruiting process continues.

Candidates that submit their applications after the deadline will be eliminated from the selection process by the committee in charge of making that decision. Any submissions that are received after the contest’s end date will automatically be disqualified, regardless of the substance of the entry.

WOA (Women of Africa) Fuels & Oils retains the authority to decide, at its sole discretion, whether or not to grant employment to any individual. The decisions of the selection committee are final and must be adhered to by all of the relevant parties.


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