BURSARY AWARDED TO EACH STUDENT WILL COVER
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BURSARY
BURSARY APPLICATION PROCESS
Consideration will be given to needy South African students who have successfully completed their first year of university studies or those currently registered for 2nd, 3rd, 4th year and postgraduate studies.
However, strongly motivated applications
from first year students studying towards the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering degree in civil engineering and registered with a university will be considered.
Bursary applicants will not be considered if they fail any subject in the current academic year.
In Grade 12 applicants should achieve the minimum of 70% in both mathematics and physical science and minimum of 70% for English.
These programmes provide SANRAL with an opportunity to compile a database of prospective employees for future recruitment purposes.
To fulfil roles related to the expansion, maintenance and development of the national road network, SANRAL needs to employ professionals with a civil engineering degree with the following qualifications:
To fulfil the roles related to the Intelligence Transport System (ITS) including Electronic Toll Systems, SANRAL acquires professionals with qualifications in:
Postgraduate qualifications in related fields are a definite advantage and SANRAL bursaries are available to study full-time or part-time if you are a permanent staff member of SANRAL.
Our requirements for vacation work and internships:
Our requirements for full-time-job applications: