The Sasol Bursary Programme offers bursaries on the basis of a service-binding (work back obligation after graduation) contract. Applications may be submitted for one of the following fields of study:
Closing Date: 30 April 2019
B Eng or BSc Engineering
Chemistry (Masters compulsory)
Geology (Hons compulsory)
Metallurgy (Hons compulsory)
Masters and PhD bursaries in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
University of Technology:
Note: No bursaries are awarded in fields of study not listed above. Bursaries are not necessarily awarded in each field of study every year. Applicants should submit an application based on a real interest in the field and must be a South African citizen.
Who can apply?
Grade 12 learners must have achieved the following marks in:
BEng and BSc
Required subjects % Level
Maths 70 6
Science 70 6
English 60 5
If you are already studying towards the degree course for which you are applying for a bursary, you must have passed all courses for which you have registered at the university for the study period already completed.
Applications must be for full-time studies towards an academic degree at an accredited South African university.
Applicants must be South African citizens with a valid ID number.
All applicants invited to attend an interview must be willing to undergo psychometric testing.
Any bursary awarded is subject to the condition that the candidate’s end of year results in Grade 12 (if currently in matric) or end of year results at university (if currently studying at university) do not differ substantially from the results presented during the application process.
Sasol reserves the right to withdraw the offer of a Sasol bursary if the candidate performs substantially weaker academically than the academic performance presented during the application process.
Candidates applying for the 2020 Undergraduate, University of technology and Postgraduate bursaries must apply by 30 April 2019.