Impala Platinum/ Implats Bursary 2021

Are you still looking for a bursary to fund your 2021 studies?

CLOSING DATE: 31 March 2021

Do you plan to study or are you studying the following qualifications:

-Chemical Engineering
-Electrical Engineering (heavy current)
-Mechanical Engineering
-Metallurgy Engineering
-Mining Engineering
-Accounting (to honors level)
-Human Resources (Bcom to honors level)
-Chemistry (to honours level)
-Geology (to honours level)

Then the Impala Platinum/ Implats Bursary is looking for you.

The bursary award covers the following expenses:
-Registration fees
-Tuition fees
-Accommodation in residence
-Computer allowance (from second year only) and a cash allowance.

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered):

-South African citizen
-Completed Matric (with University exemption)
-Studying or plan on studying full-time in one of the
aforementioned fields of study
-Achieved a university exemption with a minimum of 60% (“C”
symbol/ level 5) for Matric English, Science and Mathematics
-Students with disabilities are welcome to apply

The following documents must accompany your application form:

-ID document (certified copy)
-Matric cerificate (certified copy)
-Full tertiary academic record/ proof of results, if currently at
tertiary level (certified copy)
-University certificate of conduct, if currently at tertiary level
-Curriculum Vitae
A recent black and white photograph of yourself (head and


Applications must be posted to:
Impala Platinum
Bursary Department
PO Box 5683

For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact Implats directly:
Impala Platinum: Bursaries Department
Tel: 014 569 0088


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