Generally, a bursary is financial assistance given to a student for further study. Bursaries are awarded on a financial needs basis and are linked to satisfactory academic achievements. Bursaries have conditions attached to them and once you have completed your studies, you may have to work for a period of time. The amount of money is different for each bursary. Most bursaries do not cover all your expenses so you have to be prepared to meet some of your costs.
Bursaries and scholarships are awarded annually for undergrads.
Who Can Apply
Students who want to study Chartered Accounting qualification or are currently studying towards Chartered Accounting.
- Commitment to studying towards a Chartered Accountancy qualification
- Minimum "B" in Maths higher grade and minimum "B" in English higher grade either 1st or 2nd language; and an overall average of 70% or higher in the final grade 12 or equivalent results