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Telkom Bursaries

Aimed at assisting South African Matriculants and Tertiary students (From 1st - 4th year)

Fields of study
University: Undergraduate
Engineering:

  • B Engineering Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • B Engineering Electronic / Electrical (Light Current)
  • B Sc Engineering Electronic / Electrical (Light Current)

Academic Requirements

  • Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate: Mathematics and Physical Sciences minimum NSC Rating of 7 (80%), an NSC Rating of 5 (60%) in English and an aggregate NSC Rating of 5 (60%)
  • Tertiary students: Overall average minimum 60% and no failed courses or subjects

Computer Science/Information Technology:

  • B Sc Computer Science
  • B Sc Information Technology
  • B Sc Software Development

Academic Requirements

  • Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate: Mathematics and Physical Sciences minimum NSC Rating of 6 (70%), an NSC Rating of 5 (60%) in English and an aggregate NSC Rating of 5 (60%).
  • Tertiary students: Overall average minimum 60% and no failed courses or subjects

Marketing:

  • B Com Information Technology, majoring in Marketing
  • B Com Information Systems, majoring in Marketing
  • B Business Science, majoring in Marketing
  • B Com Marketing Management

Academic Requirements:

(Preference will be given to candidates with sound English Communication Skills)

  • Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate: Mathematics and Accounting minimum NSC Rating of 5 (60%), an NSC Rating of 5 (60%) in English and an aggregate NSC Rating of 5 (60%)
  • Tertiary students: Overall average minimum 60% and no failed courses or subjects

University of Technology (Technikon - type): Undergraduate
Engineering:

  • ND Computer Systems Engineering
  • ND Electrical Engineering (Light Current)

Academic Requirements

  • Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate: Mathematics and Physical Sciences minimum NSC Rating of 6 (70%), an NSC Rating of 4 (50%) in English and an aggregate NSC Rating of 4 (50%).
  • Tertiary students: Overall average minimum 60% and no failed courses or subjects

Information Technology:

  • ND Information Technology (Communication Networks)
  • ND Information Technology (Technical Applications)

Academic Requirements

  • Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate: Mathematics and Physical Sciences minimum NSC Rating of 5 (60%), an NSC Rating of 4 (50%) in English and an aggregate NSC Rating of 4 (50%).
  • Tertiary students: Overall average minimum 60% and no failed courses or subjects

Marketing:

  • ND Marketing:

Academic Requirements

(Preference will be given to candidates with sound English Communication Skills)

  • Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate: Mathematics and Accounting minimum NSC Rating of 4 (50%), NSC Rating of 4 (50%) in English and an aggregate NSC Rating of 4 (50%). In the absence of Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy will only be considered if the applicant has an NSC rating of 7 (80%) or more for Mathematical Literacy.
  • Tertiary students: Overall average minimum 60% and no failed courses or subjects
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EQ Works team is very professional, knowledgeable and hard working. EQ works always concentrate on their work given by their clients. The work proves to be the first priority for them. EQ works do their digital tasks with essential preference to get them deliver to their respective digital door step as early as possible, even if there is a tight timeliness. EQ works ultimately delivers a great and outstanding solution. EQ works try their best to improve their digital strategies whatever be the criteria. They are very inventive, careful, friendly and expert in understanding our needs and in this way they are pre-eminent in fulfilling the requirements of its clients.

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I imagine that only a few students will qualify for this kind of support. What about the rest? What about the wide majority of students? Do they have support alternatives? Some of them, and I know this for sure, have to find the way for balancing school and work, life is not easy and they've just learned that.

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