Treasury Bursary Programme

You are a South African citizen
You meet the entry requirements for your chosen field of study (provide proof of registration or provisional acceptance at the university)
Financial need
You must be studying or intending to study in the fields stated in Q2 below
If you are in matric: You have a grade 12 certificate with university exemption and an aggregate of 65% or higher
If you are already in university: You have obtained an average of 60% or higher for the previous year of study at university

Fields of Study
No bursary will be awarded for studies outside the list above

What Is Covered?
Tuition fees
Prescribed books only
Accommodation at an official university residence and meals

Duties & Responsibilities
The department offers bursaries with a work-back contract obligation. You will be obliged to work for the length of time that the bursary was allocated to you.
In terms of the contract that bursars sign, the department may withdraw further payments of the bursary should the bursar fail subjects and not be allowed to proceed to the following year of study
If you change your courses without prior discussion with the department, and study something outside the list in Q2 above, you will be required to repay in full all funds paid by the department and your contract may be terminated.

How to Apply
Complete and submit the bursary application form
Updated CV
Certified copy of your SA identity document
Full official academic transcripts/results
Motivational letter
Proof of registration or provisional acceptance at university
Proof of parent’s income statement/salary advice
Submit completed applications via e-mail to or Post to:
The HR Specialist: Talent Management
National Treasury
Private Bag X 115

Source: Youth Village