Department Of Rural Development And Land Reform Bursary Forms

Department Of Rural Development And Land Reform Bursary Forms

Department Of Rural Development And Land Reform Bursary Forms, A bursary is a monetary award made by an institution to individuals or groups of people who cannot afford to pay full fees. In return for the bursary the individual is usually obligated to be employed at the institution for the duration as the bursary. According to The Good Schools Guide, a bursary is “usually for helping out the impoverished but deserving and those fallen on hard times.

The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform is open to full time students who are South African citizens and who desire to study or continue studying at tertiary institutions in the fields of BSc in Land Surveying/Geomatics Mathematics and Physical Science, BSc in Town and Regional Planning/Urban Design Mathematics, Geography and/or Physical Science, BSc/BA in Geo-Informatics/Geographic Information, National diploma in Surveying/Cartography and National diploma in Town and Regional Planning with Mathematics, Physical Science and Geography. The bursary covers tuition, registration, accommodation, meals, living allowance and book fees.

Bursary Requirements and Eligibility

  • South African citizens
  • Proven financial need
  • Academic potential
  • Students of an undergraduate University Degree or National Diploma in Land Surveying, Cartography, Geographic Information Science, Town and Regional Planning, Geomatics Degree
  • Grade 12 and applicants already in possession of a National Senior Certificate should have obtained with at least 60% in all their subjects with a minimum of 60% in Mathematics and 60% in English

How to Apply and Application Details

  1. Download and complete the application form.
  2. Submit the following documents with your application form the contact details stated below:
    • Proof of physical address residence
    • Certified copy of ID
    • Certified copy of Statement of Results / Matric Certificate (Matric Certificate is compulsory for all applicants)
    • Certified copy of end of year results / last academic results (Students already at tertiary)
    • Certified copy of University Acceptance letter
    • Parent/Guardian proof of income

Contact Details

Post: Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, Office of the Chief Surveyor General, Private Bag X954, Pretoria, 0001
Address: Office of the Chief Surveyor General, corner Bosman and Pretorius Streets, 2nd Floor, Rentmeester Building, Pretoria, 0001
Tel: 012 326 8050