Knight Piésold Consulting invites qualifying South African citizens to apply for the Civil Engineering Bursary 2024.
Closing date: 31 August 2023
Knight Piésold is an employee-owned, global consulting firm providing specialist services to the mining, power, water resources, and infrastructure industries.
We are engineers, environmental scientists, geoscientists, and technologists, focusing on what we do best, to create value for our clients at every stage of a project.
We are actively supporting students in STEM careers and it is our way of growing the civil engineering profession within South Africa.
We are offering bursaries to South African citizens who are currently studying at a South African university towards a BSc/ BENG in Civil Engineering.
The applicant must be within their 2nd or 3rd year of civil engineering. This bursary support will cover tuition and registration fees, accommodation and prescribed books.
Bursars will be offered vocational work at a Knight Pies°Id office during semester breaks. We hope that this bursary opportunity will benefit disadvantaged students who have a strong academic background.
Interested applicants can forward their CV’s, academic transcripts, matric certificate, ID and a letter of motivation to [email protected]
Submissions close 31 August 2023. After completion of studies, bursars will automatically be employed at Knight Piesold, enabling their growth within the civil engineering field.
We will only correspond with shortlisted students.
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