Bursary advice

Book reviewBook: The Bursary Register 2009 Academic YearReviewed by: Mmusi Moses Serobatse

Who should read it?* Young South African citizens with academic potential who are serious about furthering their studies at any recognizable institution of higher learning, and who are in need of financial assistance.*

Pupils still at school who come from poor and/or rural backgrounds who are battling to finance their schooling from Grade 7 up to12.* School leavers who want to complete their senior certificate through technical schools and Further Education and Training Colleges (FETs).What will you find in this book?*

Up to date information on how to obtain bursaries from different organizations and for what fields of study * Requirements (eg symbols for subjects, financial need etc) for applying for those bursaries and for particular fields of study* Contact details of all higher institutions of learning and bursary organizations

How will you find it useful?* It explains the differences between bursaries, scholarships and financial assistance* It clarifies the differences between FET colleges, Universities of Technology and Universities* It gives you tips on how to:- behave in an interview- write your own curriculum vitae (CV)- prepare for exams

What you won't find in this book:• bursary application forms. • accommodation at the institutions of learning.

To purchase a copy of the Bursary Register at R180, place an order on 011 672 6559 or e-mail Riva Levin on slevin@mweb.co.za or find it at selected book stores for R200.


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