South African Road Federation (SARF) Bursaries 2022

South African Road Federation (SARF) Bursaries 2022

 

South African Road Federation (SARF) invites qualifying student to apply for Bursary Programme 2022 academic year.

 

The South African Road Federation offers bursaries to South Africans wishing to undertake further education or training in disciplines applicable to the road transport industry.

 

The following categories of study will be considered:

1. ROAD ENGINEERING

This includes:

  • Traffic engineering
  • Transportation planning
  • Pavement engineering
  • Bridge engineering
  • Materials Construction management

2 .ROAD TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
3. ROAD TRANSPORT ECONOMICS
4. ROAD TRAFFIC MANAGEMEN

 

This includes:

  • Traffic policing
  • Accident investigation
  • Personnel management (Organization and Training)
  • Financial management

How to apply

Download application form (pdf)

Applications for the South African Road Federation Bursary should be made on the prescribed form available from:

 

Hand deliver:
South African Road Federation
48 Gladiator Street
Rhodesfield,
KEMPTON PARK, 1619

Post: P O BOX 8379, BIRCHLEIGH 1621

TEL : (011) 394 9025/1459

Further inquiries are welcome please E-mail: [email protected]

 

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Bursaries are awarded for study at an approved South African University or the University of Technology.
  • Study at an advanced level is preferred, i.e. M.Sc., M. Tech. or above. However, applications at the undergraduate level may be considered in special circumstances.
  • Full-time study will be given preference but applicants considering part-time study or distance learning will also be considered.
  • All applications must be endorsed by the appropriate academic authority at the establishment where the applicant proposes to study.
  • The value of the bursary will depend on the needs of the applicant and the decision of the Council of the Federation. However, it is intended to supplement the student`s other finances and will not be sufficient to cover all expenses. It will be paid directly to the academic institution concerned on the bursar`s behalf.
  • Applicants must satisfy Council to an extent, which is reasonable that they will be working within the ambiance of the South African road transport industry on completion of their studies.
  • Everything being equal, preference will be given to employees of members of the South African Road Federation.
  • South African residents will be given preference but individuals from SADC countries are invited to apply. They should do so through their respective Road Federation or the International Road Federation (Geneva or Washington office).

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