Apply now for Garden Cities Bursary 2023 for South African students

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Garden Cities invites South African students to apply for Bursaries Programme 2023 academic year at the University of the Western Cape.

The Garden Cities Bursary is available to:

  • South African Citizens and preferably be from the Western Cape;

  • Students who have NOT applied for any other bursary, for example the ETDP SETA bursary, NSFAS etc.
  • Students under 26 years old, as a first-time candidate.

  • Students registered 2nd, 3rd, Final and Honours Years.
  • Students from households whose combined income is between R350 000 – R600 000.

Qualifying Programmes

  • B. Pharmacy
  • Bsc Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

  • BSc Physiotherapy
  • BSc Biotechnology

  • BCom Finance
  • BCom Gen
  • Accounting

How to apply

Applications to be emailed to Mr Lucian Jasson at [email protected] before or on Friday, 17 February 2023.

Important Information

  • All the supporting documentation must be certified. (Not older than 3 months.)

  • Ensure your application is in one PDF document.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Closing date is 17 February 2023

Please find the Garden Cities Bursary application form by clicking the link below:


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