Bursaries in Health
1. Which full-time bursaries in Health does the Western Cape Government offer?
The Western Cape Department of Health offers a limited number of bursaries for full-time study each year in fields where a shortage of skills has been identified.
The aim of the bursary is to attract qualified persons with the required competencies, knowledge and skills to join the Department to meets its service delivery needs. In 2006 academic year, for example, the following bursaries per health science study field were awarded:
Please note more health science study fields may be added or removed per academic year based on Departmental service delivery needs.
2. What does the bursary cover?
We give financial assistance towards the qualification.
3. Will I have to pay or work anything back?
The bursaries are awarded on a work back principal on a year for a year basis. Community Service Year will count towards the student's 1st year of bursary obligation, although internship years will not. Students who are working, may start paying back their bursary obligation as soon as they have successfully completed their studies.
4. Who can apply for a bursary?
To apply for one of these bursaries you must be:
Bursars are expected to furnish the Department with satisfactory proof of registration at an accredited academic institution at the start of the financial year. He or she is also expected to submit all annual or supplementary examination results to the Department within 30 days of receiving such results.
5. How do I apply?
Step 1: Apply at HEI for your required qualification.
6. Where do I apply?
Download: Full Time Bursary Application Form (2017) for CPUT and US.
Students applying for MBCHB at a university outside the province must send the application forms directly to the Western Cape Government: Health.
7. Where can I get more information?
Western Cape Government Health
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