Applications Open For The Limpopo Public Works Bursary Programme 2021

Applications Open For The Limpopo Public Works Bursary Programme 2021. The Limpopo Provincial Government is calling on South African students to submit an application and be part of the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure Bursary Programme.

The bursary programme will cover students pursuing their qualification in the following fields of study:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Building Engineering
  • Architectural Science
  • Quantity Engineering
  • Asset Management
  • Landscaping
  • Information Technology or Management

The bursary programme will cover the following expenses of the beneficiaries:

  • Tuition
  • Registration Fees
  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Books

Beneficiaries are to render work service equivalent to the number of years bursary benefits were receive


Applicants will need to satisfy the following minimum requirements in order to be considered eligible to apply:

  • Pursuing or planning to pursue a relevant diploma or degree at a tertiary education institution recognized by the Limpopo Provincial  Government
  • Completed Grade 12 Math and Science or National Technical Certificate (NTC)
  • Preferably from designated groups
  • Must be a South African student

Selection Process

The bursary committee considers the following points in selecting the beneficiaries:

  • Current diploma/degree students must have no failing marks
  • Applying for bursary support for the next school year
  • Successful candidates will receive a notification by post and must be willing to sign and get into a bursary agreement with the Department

How To Apply

Eligible candidates will need to download the application form here. Once done, attach all required document and send it to:

The Senior Manager
The Department of Public Works
Private Bag X 9490


Works Towers
43 Church Street

Closing Date: 31 October 2020.

Click HERE to download the application form.

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