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NATIONAL BURSARY APPLICATION

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A. Time frames

B. Guidelines

C. Internal Process

D. Score Card

E. Application Form

 

A.    TIME FRAMES

1.    Cut-off date for all applications: End of October.
Application form must be accompanied by an initial quote from the accredited tertiary institution. Application form to be submitted to the General Manager’s Office. Thereafter the Branch to approve application and forward to Natex Education Committee soon after approval during last Branch meeting. Branch to ensure that the previous results and general performance of the applicants were to the satisfaction of the approving branch;

2.    Conditional or provisional approval by NATEX Education Committee: During November.  
Provisional letter of approval to student/applicant must stipulate that the approval is subject to
(a) results being submitted, indicating pass marks and
(b) availability of funds by the Institute;


3.    Examination marks must be faxed or emailed through to the Branch:
Examination marks to be forwarded to NATEX Education Committee, by not later than the second Friday of January;

4.    NATEX Educational Committee to finalise application by not later than the third Friday of January.  
A letter to be written to the tertiary institution, indicating that bursary has been approved to the amount of RXX.  Amount will be paid on receipt of final account from institution. Also that receiving a bursary for that academic year, does not imply that student/applicant will receive bursaries for subsequent years and needs to re-apply for further bursaries.

 

B.    GUIDELINES

  1. SA Citizens take preference over a non-resident citizen.
  2. Only student members may apply.
  3. Academic status to be submitted – subject to completion of 3 first year subjects.
  4. Quotation from the academic institution to be submitted together with the bursary amount required.
  5. Consideration is given to the amount the applicant needs.
  6. The course must be accredited by the SACPVP.
  7. Students busy with Post Graduate studies may also apply.


C.    INTERNAL PROCESS

  1. Branch receives bursary application form from the GM.
  2. General Manager's Office circulates application form to Branch Executive Members for review/comments.
  3. Branch Executive Members sets up an interview with the applicant. The Chairman, Vice-Chairman and representative of the Membership and Education committees to attend (3).
  4. Interview feedback with recommendation to support/not support circulated to Branch Executive Members for vote/decision.
  5. Section F of the application form to be completed and returned to the GM Office for Natex approval.


D.      SCORE CARD

All queries related to bursaries can be directed to the General Manager's Office, Anne-Marie Delport on (012) 348 1752 or via email: gsassist@saiv.org.za.

 

E.      APPLICATION FORM

Please click here to download the application form.

PLEASE NOTE ALL APPLICATIONS TO BE SUBMITTED BEFORE THE END OF OCTOBER

 

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