TETA: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2016 Opportunity

Closing Date: 15 August 2015

As a part of its skills development initiatives Transport Education Training Authority awards bursaries annually for studies aligned to critical and scarce skills identified in the transport sector. Bursary awards are categorised according to sector requirements, with due consideration of the National Skills Development Strategy III, compiled by the Department of Higher Education and Training.

The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is offering bursaries and invite all talented and high performing unemployed full time learners registered / planning to be registered within TVET and HET Institutions, to submit applications for bursary funding for the below listed Programmes . This bursary funding is aimed at addressing the scarce and critical skills within the transport industry.

Bursary Study Fields or List of Qualifications / Occupations To Be Funded With The 2015 / 16 Bursaries

  • BSC / National Diploma: Electrical Engineering
  • B-com / National Diploma in Accounting & IT
  • BCOM / National Diploma in Business Management
  • Commercial Pilot License
  • BCOM: Cost and Management Accounting
  • Diploma in Financial Management (N4-N6)
  • Electrical Engineering( N2- N6)
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Fitter & Turner(N2-N6)
  • Logistics Management
  • Mechanical Engineering (N2-N6)
  • ND Operations Management
  • ND Safety Management/Environmental
  • Private Pilot Licence
  • Road Transport Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Transport Management
  • Weather Observation
  • Weather Forecasting
  • Aviation B Com
  • Air Traffic Support
  • Engineering Technicians
  • Transport Economics
  • Commercial Divers
  • Millwrights – (N2 – N6)
  • Mechanical Engineering :BSC or National Diploma
  • Mechanical Engineering: (Maritime)
  • Maritime Studies: National Diploma

The bursary will cover tuition, accommodation accredited by an academic institution, books and meals as per TETA Direct Learner Bursary Policy and Funding Model. The bursary award targets previously disadvantaged and impoverished youth from rural and urban communities within South Africa, females and people with disabilities.



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