WBHO Bursaries for Students

WBHO Bursaries for Students

WBHO is one of the largest Southern African construction companies. The JSE-listed company has 5 offices located across major cities in South Africa.

WBHO is a company that values the importance of education. Through WBHO Bursaries for students, the company strives to offer easy ways to get access to tertiary education.

In a country like South Africa, where the majority of the population is poor to middle working class, having access to tertiary education is a privilege for many people. Quite often students looking to study further are faced with the challenge of finding funding. This is where getting a bursary can come in handy.

More about WBHO Bursaries for students:

The bursaries are offered in the fields of Building Science, Civil Engineering, Construction Management and Quantity Surveying.

Students attend training for one week and will be required to do vacation work during the holidays. On completion of studies, students must work for WBHO for the equal duration as the bursary awarded.

To qualify:

  • Be a South African citizen
  • Be a full-time student studying towards a BTech/ND/BEng/BSc qualification
  • Have a minimum 60% average
  • Provide a copy of your valid South African ID
  • Provide a Passport size photograph
  • Provide your latest CV
  • Provide your Matric certificate or latest academic results
  • Provide your Tertiary academic record (to date)

Tips for qualifying for bursaries:

Make sure that you complete all sections of the application.

Make sure that you submit the application forms on time. Don’t miss the cut-off date for application submissions.

Be honest when telling the bursar about your resources and expenses. Make sure that you bursar knows your financial standing.

Focus on your top achievements.

Take the time to craft out a well-thought out CV.

Include a recommendation letter.

Make sure that there are no spelling mistakes on your application

For more information, send an email to: bursaryapplications@wbho.co.za

Contact WBHO by calling: 011 321 7200

Visit www.wbho.co.za


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