SABTACO Bursary 2019

By | October 25, 2013

Bursary Information

SABTACO WC is committed to youth and skills development. The bursary programme aims to promote quality education and skills development within the built environment by providing bursaries for previously disadvantaged students residing in the Western Cape engaged in full-time studies or who will be registering for one of the listed fields of study at approved tertiary institutions in 2018.

Eligibility: previously disadvantaged full-time student with academic potential/satisfactory academic
performance or students with provisional acceptance or proof of registration at an institution of higher learning

Duration of Bursary: 1 year

Fields of study: Applications are invited from candidates in the following fields of study:

  • Building Development
  • City,Town&Regional Planning
  • Civil Engineering
  • Development Economics
  • Development Studies
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Local Economic Development
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Project Management
  • Transportation Studies
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Urban Design
  • Environmental Science
  • Architecture
  • Quantity Surveying

Bursary Value

The bursary will cover: registration fees and / or tuition fees and /or prescribed
textbooks and / or examination fees

Requirements: The following documentation must be submitted:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copy of identity document
  • Copy of educational qualifications
  • Academic record
  • Confirmation of proof of registration (if enrolled)
  • Motivation for financial assistance
  • Other bursaries or study loan (if any)
  • Details of criminal record (if any)

Submission: Applications must be emailed to or hand delivered to 3rd Floor, 56
Shortmarket Street, Cape Town no later than 22 November 2013

Enquiries: Enquiries should be directed to Lonica Barnes or Quahnita Samie tel (021) 424 8432


Note: Received applications will not be acknowledged in writing and copies of supporting documents will not be returned. Please note should you not attach official study records for courses already written this could disqualify your application. Applications received after the closing date and those that do not comply with requirements will not be considered. Should you not have received