Telkom Bursary South Africa 2023-2024

By | August 10, 2020

Telkom Bursary South Africa 2023-2024

Telkom Bursary South Africa 2023-2024

Telkom Bursary South Africa

Telkom SA SOC Ltd., founded in 1991, is South Africa’s major wired and wireless telecommunications operator, with operations in more than 38 African countries and regions. The corporation is semi-private, with the government owning 39% of it.

Individuals and organizations can use Telkom’s services, which include phones and mobile devices, prepaid voice and data, phones and modems, fixed lines, mobile contracts, Internet, LTE, and fibre optics.

Telkom Bursary help students studying the listed below:

University Students:

  • B Electronic Engineering
  • B Electrical Engineering (Photocurrent)
  • Bachelor of Electronic Engineering
  • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Photocurrent)
  • Bachelor of Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Information Technology

Technikon students:

  • ND Computer Systems Engineering
  • ND Electrical Engineering (Light Current)
  • ND Information Technology (Technical)

Technical College students:

  • National N Diploma Electrical Engineering (Light Current)

Telkom Bursary South Africa Covers the follow:

  • tuition
  •  accommodation
  • prescribed books
  • living allowance

Telkom Bursary South Africa requirements for Applicants

Before applying, applicants must meet the following minimum entrance requirements.

  • South African citizen
  • Proven financial need
  • Completed Matric
  • Studying or intend on studying within one of the aforementioned fields of study

Students must also satisfy the following criteria based on their tertiary institution of choice:
University students:

  • Achieved a minimum of 60% or “C” symbol for English, Mathematics and Science in Matric
  • Current tertiary students: achieved a minimum average of 60% and no failed subjects

Technikon students:

  • Achieved a minimum of 50% or “D” symbol for English, Mathematics and Science in Matric
  • Current tertiary students: achieved a minimum average of 60% and no failed subjects

Technical College students:

  • Achieved a minimum of 50% or “D” symbol for English, Mathematics and Science in Matric
  • Current tertiary students: achieved a minimum average of 60% and no failed subjects

How to apply Telkom Bursary South Africa

Application forms must be collected from a Telkom Centre for Learning closest to you. Forms are available from 1 March each year.

Telkom Centre for Learning & Organisational Capacity addresses:

  • Johannesburg: 14 Heronmere Road, Booysens, 2091
  • Pretoria: 1039 Old Kempton Park/Pretoria Road, Olifantsfontein, 1665
  • Bloemfontein: 11 East Burger Street, 9301
  • Cape Town: 8 Bosmansdam Road, Milnerton, 7441
  • Port Elizabeth: Corner 16th Avenue and Main Road, Walmer, 6065
  • Durban: 4 Oliver Lea Drive, Rossburgh, 4075

Needed Documents from Applicants

  • ID document (certified copy of)
  • Matric certificate (certified copy of)
  • Tertiary academic record, if currently in University (certified copy of)

Kindly Note . Applications must then be delivered back to the Telkom Centre for Learning where you collected the application form.

 Telkom Bursary South Africa Application closing date

31 July annually.
(Applications open on 1 March each year)
(Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted – please apply before the closing date to ensure your application is considered.)

Telkom Bursary South Africa Contacts details

For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact Telkom directly:
Telkom Graduate Development Schemes
Tel: 0860 77 66 55

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