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The Mentor Trust bursary South Africa 2017-2018
December 31, 2014 Bursaries

The Mentor Trust provides funds to give disadvantaged and deserving students access to the study of business skills. We believe that by giving financial assistance in the form of a bursary, we are adding a vital ingredient to a candidate’s academic success.

A bursary is a non-repayable grant, not a loan. Bursary funds are
intended to assist with a student’s education related costs. They are
granted on the basis of student’s financial need, with consideration
given to academic potential.
It is the responsibility of these students to progress from access to success.

you for your interest in applying for a Mentor bursary at the
Institute. We grant bursaries on an annual basis to students from all
over Southern Africa. (Terms and conditions apply.)

How to Apply

To apply for a bursary please complete the Application Form as thoroughly as possible in BLACK INK and send it to:

The Mentorship Department
Mentor Coordinator
P O Box 3146

Fax:  011 551 4028

consider yourself unsuccessful if you received no correspondence from
the Institute relating to this application, by 28 February 2017 of the
year of application.

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Closing date  January 2017, for 2017 bursaries.

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