Bursaries for Electronic Engineering in South Africa

Bursaries for Electronic Engineering in South Africa 2023: Are you looking for Electronic Engineering bursaries in South Africa 2023? In this article, I will provide you with details on the various available bursaries for Electronic Engineering students in South Africa 2023, how to submit your application online and other related information.

Application is currently open for Electronic Engineering bursaries in South Africa 2023. The Engineering sector has many sub-sectors, each of them vitally important to the functioning of various systems and industries (such as factories, motor vehicles, pharmaceuticals etc). Below we have compiled a brief description of each of the Engineering sub-sectors, the type of skills required and job descriptions, as well as the salaries relating to each of these sectors, so that you have a better idea of which branch of engineering you will be best suited to.

In order to enter into the Engineering field of study at any major tertiary institute in the country, you will need to possess the following skills or meet the following criteria (as a minimum):

  • Have a strong academic record
  • Have passed Mathematics (not Mathematical Literacy) in Matric
  • Have passed Science in Matric

We bring you bursaries from big well-known organisations, such as Afrox, de Beer, Eskom, Engen, Sappi, Group Five, Sasol, SARS, FNB, Standard Bank and various departments of government.

Bursaries for Electronic Engineering in South Africa 2023

Electronics engineering deals with the design of electronic circuits, microcontrollers, microprocessors and other devices by way of active and non-linear electrical components.

These professionals are responsible for designing, testing and maintaining of electronic parts and systems used in the automation, navigation, communication and related fields.

Electronics engineering is part of the electrical engineering sector and professionals within this sector receive an average annul income of R350 000. Senior Electronic Engineers can expect to earn within the range of R550 000/ annum.

If this is the career path you wish to follow, here are some bursaries for Electronic Engineering in South Africa for you:

  • Absa Fellowship/ Scholarship Programme
  • Accenture Scholarship
  • Altech Bursary
  • Altron Bill Venter Academy Bursary
  • Armscor Bursary
  • Assmang Khumani Mine Bursary
  • Astron Energy Bursary
  • AWS Skills Development Bursary
  • Cape Winelands District Municipality Mayoral Bursary
  • Clover Pinnacle Bursary
  • CSIR Bursary
  • Drakenstein Municipality Bursary
  • DSI-CSIR Bursary
  • eThekwini Municipality Bursary
  • Exxaro Bursary
  • Gibela Bursary
  • HENSOLDT South Africa Bursary
  • Huawei Technologies Bursary
  • Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Bursary
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • J.P. Morgan Bursary
  • L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science South Africa Grant
  • Masakh’iSizwe (Department of Transport and Public Works) Bursary
  • Mercedes-Benz Bursary
  • Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) Bursary
  • Msunduzi Municipality Bursary
  • Nanoteq Bursary
  • National Research Foundation Bursary
  • NESP Scholarship
  • NMISA Bursary
  • Nestlés Future Talent Bursary
  • PG Group Bursary
  • PSG Bursary
  • Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) Bursary
  • Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) Bursary
  • Saab Grintek Defence Bursary
  • Samancor Chrome Bursary
  • SANRAL Bursary
  • SANSA Bursary
  • Sasol Bursary
  • Scatec Bursary
  • Schauenburg Education Trust Bursary
  • SEIFSA Bursary
  • Siemens Bursary
  • SKA South Africa Bursaries
  • South African Forestry Company Limited (SAFCOL) Bursary
  • South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) Bursary
  • Thuto Pele NPC Bursary
  • Tiger Brands Bursary
  • Transnet Bursary
  • Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) Bursary
  • Zutari Bursary