Our conviction is that education is a key imperative for combating poverty and inequality. Appropriately qualified and skilled citizens are critical to meet the current and future needs of the South Africa we want to live in. An educated nation exponentially builds on an economy and meet the required levels of economic growth for current and future development needs.
- The candidate must have completed Matric.
- The candidate must be registered to study full time or part time at a registered higher institution in South African
- The candidate will be required to firstly apply for NSFAS and provide us with proof of NSFAS application results before Community Chest bursary will be considered
How to Apply
- All potential bursary can apply online when the application process is open or email our bursary office for an electronic version of application form.
- The bursary application process happens annually between the beginning of November and the end of January.
Documents Required For Community Chest Bursary Programme
- Proof of NSFAS application results
- Letter of motivation
- Certified copy of Applicant’s I.D
- Proof of registration from a registered higher institution for your chosen course
- Applicant’s proof of residential address
- Copy of last academic results
- National Senior Certificate (Matric Certificate)
- Tuition Fee Invoice/ Statement (A quotation is not accepted)
- Proof of household monthly income of both parent(s)/ guardian(s) Certified copy of person responsible for fee account’s income: (pay slip/ affidavit if unemployed/ receiving a grant
- Pay Slips (if employed)
- Copy of Social Grant Letter/ Card (SASSA) if receiving a state grant
- Sworn Affidavit where applicable
- Proof of Parent(s)/ Guardian(s) identity documents.
- Proof of Parent(s)/ Guardian(s) residential address.