E.V. Adams Scholarship 2021
Students enrolled at a South African University who demonstrate consistently strong academic performance to apply for the scholarship.
E.V. ADAMS SCHOLARSHIP
Students enrolled at a South African University who demonstrate consistently strong academic performance.
tudents enrolled at a South African University who demonstrate consistently strong academic performance.
South African Citizens studying towards their BA Law/BCom Law/ LLB degree.
First year students must provide their Grade 11 and 12 results, indicating that they have maintained a B symbol or higher in English and a C symbol or higher in Mathematics since Grade 11.
Furthermore, they must demonstrate their financial need for support.
Tertiary students must have maintained a higher than average academic standard.
The bursary programme is provided to students with a view to employment as Candidate Attorneys at the firm.
- A maximum of R50 000 will be sponsored towards the student’s studies
Tenure (Number of years the award may be held for):
- 1-year renewable depending on student maintaining a 75% aggregate in terms of the requirements set by Adams & Adams.
- BA Law/ BCom Law/ LLB
How to apply:
Applicants are required to complete an online application below and to upload
- a letter of motivation (explaining why you should be awarded a scholarship);
- a comprehensive CV;
- Identity Document;
- Matric Certificate and the most recent university academic transcripts on a university letter head.
- Applications by first year students must include a university acceptance letter and proof of registration.
The Gauteng City Region Academy (GCRA) is a branch of the Gauteng Department of Education that aims to promote skills development in Gauteng. GCRA is inviting all qualified applicants who are residents of Gauteng as well as unemployed students to apply for its bursary program.
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