Alaris Antennas South Africa is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for the 2023 Bursary Programme (undergraduate).
Location: Centurion, Gauteng
Alaris Antennas is a specialist Direction Finding antenna designer and manufacturer, employing Electronic, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineers.
One of the company’s key strengths lies in its ability to develop and hold its own intellectual property as it continues to invest significantly in research and development, adding to its competitive advantage.
- Undergraduate bursary (3 and 4 year) available for students interested in the Microwave/RF antenna field.
- The bursary will partially cover the tuition, registration, accommodation, and subsistence fees.
- Must be willing to sign a bursary contract with a repayment or work-back clause either through permanent employment or repayment of the bursary funds.
- Must be willing to do vacation work at the Alaris Antennas Johannesburg offices for a minimum of 3 weeks twice a year. Accommodation and flight expenses are covered.
- A minimum average of 75% for the academic year.
- BBBEE requirements are applicable to this bursary.
- Preference will be given to students with high academic results in the relevant subjects i.e., Electromagnetics.
- There is a possibility of renewal of the bursary for subsequent years.
- Motivational letter
- Academic CV
- Supervisor support letter
- Full certified academic transcripts
Submit applications and queries to Ruenelle Ramnath: [email protected], (011) 034 5300
1 Travertine Ave, Centurion, 0157
Closing date: 15 March 2023
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