Bursary T’s and C’s
REAH Education Bursary Programme
- REAH Foundation in partnership with Future Coding is offering bursaries to two (2) candidates from the Deaf community to follow their dream and achieve their goals.
- The purpose of the bursary is part of Building a Digital Deaf Community and position inclusion at the heart of #4IR jobs and other opportunities.
- The bursary will pay for tuition fees, textbooks, and small allowance for living expenses.
- Each candidate will receive up to R20 000 bursary per annum.
The applicant must:
- Be a South African citizen
- Be a Deaf applicant
- Be between the ages of 18- 30 years old
- Be able to produce proof of acceptance from a registered South African university
- Submit an essay that is a maximum of 500 words as motivation
- Answer the qualifying questions in the content of the essay
Eligibility (Who can apply):
- No Mbula, REAH or Future Coding staff member or associate may apply.
- No Mbula, REAH or Future Coding staff member or associates family members (immediate or distant) may apply.
- The bursary is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash or any monetary amount.
As the awarder, REAH:
- Reserves the right to appoint or allocate the bursary.
- Will honor the bursary by paying for tuition fees, textbooks and provide a small allowance for living expenses.
- Will award each candidate (maximum of two ‘2” students) up to R20 000 bursary allocation per annum.
- Will allow the selected course(s) to be at the applicant’s discretion
- Reserves the right to terminate the bursary agreement at any time. If, but not limited to:
- Non-attendance at the university
- Failure to produce academic report
- Misconduct, such as committing crimes, inviting bad reputation to REAH and it’s partners
- Reserves the right to adjust the terms and conditions of the bursary at any time
As the beneficiary of the bursary, you will
- Attend all academic activities, e.g. online or onsite classes as required by the higher education institution.
- Complete assignments and assessments within the given timeline and it is noted that failure to do this is regarded as non-performance and will result in disciplinary action against the student.
- Complete assignments and/or tasks as required in terms of the due performance requirements of the higher education institution.
- Undergo tests and examinations (written and oral) as required in terms of the due performance requirements of the higher education institution.
- Satisfy the minimum progression requirements of the higher education institution and progression rules in terms of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) National Rules and Guidelines.
- Must satisfy the minimum progression requirements of the higher education institution and progression rules in terms of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) National Rules and Guidelines;
- Only be permitted to amend his or her qualification at the end of the first year of study.
- Be required to complete the qualification within the period as prescribed by the DHET National Rules and Guidelines
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