SAPOA Bursary Fund

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Location Johannesburg, South Africa
Date Posted July 15, 2020
Category Construction / Facilities
Job Type Internship

Description

South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) Bursaries

SAPOA Bursary Fund aims to support deserving students who will provide a valuable contribution to the association and its members by awarding educational funding through the SAPOA Bursary Scheme. The recipients of the bursary scheme shall be BBBEE defined Black people including Africans, Coloureds and Indians, who are citizens of the Republic of South Africa.

The following fields of study are accepted by the SAPOA Bursary Fund:

BSc Property Studies
BSc Urban and Regional Planning
BSc Construction Studies
BCom Finance with Property Valuation and Management as a major
BSc Quantity Surveying
BCom Property Valuation and Management
BSc Town and Regional Planning
BSc Real Estate
BSc Property Management
Bursaries will be granted based on academic performance, financial need and availability of funds. Bursary funds are paid directly to institutions and ONLY under exceptional events that the funds will be paid directly to bursary holders.

Upon graduation, bursary holders may be offered with employment opportunities by the SAPOA and/or its partner companies through the Graduate Development Programme. However, employment opportunities from the association is not guaranteed and SAPOA has no obligation to provide employment to bursary holders.

SAPOA Bursary Requirements and Eligibility
South African citizenship
Current students or applicants who are registered as students for a property-related qualification at a CHE accredited Institution in South Africa
Post-graduate students/applicants are not eligible except for certain qualifications which will award the applicant registration in the property industry
Academic excellence
Proven financial need
How to Apply and Application Details
Download and complete the SAPOA Bursary Application Form.
Attach certified copies of ALL of the following documents to your application form:
Recent matric certificate (Grade 12)
Acceptance letter from an accredited institution
Latest official academic transcript or record
Recent South African ID
Recent breadwinner/parent/guardian valid South African ID
1 – 2 pages of personal statement
Two letters of recommendation
Written verification of the accredited programme’s average costs for one academic year
A detailed CV which includes work experiences and backgrounds
Closing Date
31 August annually