Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Bursary Programme 2024 for young South Africans (Fully Funded)
The Industrial Development Corporation of SA Ltd (IDC) is engaged in various initiatives in human resource development, capacity building and human capital development to address acute skills deficits in the...
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The Industrial Development Corporation of SA Ltd (IDC) is engaged in various initiatives in human resource development, capacity building and human capital development to address acute skills deficits in the country, as well as, using it as a mechanism for the recruitment and development of professional employees. The provision of bursaries or study assistance for qualifying students is one of these initiatives.
To be eligible for the scheme
Student must be 16 years and older but not older than 25 years to apply.
Student must have achieved the total average of 75% and above and must be SA Citizen.
Student must have achieved the total average of 65% and above and must be SA Citizen.
- The main criteria used in the selection of successful applicants to the IDC Bursary Scheme are
- Preference is given to applicants from rural areas. Other selection criteria are:
- Academic excellence: Selection will be done on the basis of June Grade 12 results compared to Grade 11 results and, if available, Grade 12 pre-lim results
- The IDC Bursary programme targets high performing Grade 12 students who obtain a minimum of a B aggregate symbol in Mathematics and Science
- Applicants already at university must have an average of a C Aggregate Minimum. University or University of Technology students who have already successfully completed one or more years will be considered on their Grade 12 and most recent academic results.
The IDC bursary will provide cover for the following expenses:
- Full tuition fees,
- Laptop (once-off).
- Meal allowance
- Transport allowance.
- Application together with the supporting documents must be uploaded
- Only application from south african citizens with a valid ID number, residing in the Republic Of South Africa and who qualify for admission to south african university or TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training) college, and are not studying with the aid of the employer or bursary.
- If you are already studying towards a degree course for which you are applying for a bursary, you must have passed all courses for which you have registered at the university for the study period already completed.
- Application must be for full time studies towards an academic degree at an accredited south african university of technology.
- No bursaries are awarded for studies at a college e.g. (Damelin , Boston, etc.) or private university
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