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Education, Agriculture And Nursing Scholarships


This focus stream is being offered to students in the Northern and Eastern Cape, wishing to pursue degrees or certificates in education, agriculture or nursing.

The Globeleq Scholarship Fund

Globeleq South Africa is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Globeleq, an experienced international operating power company, and power industry leader in the emerging markets. Established in 2002, Globeleq actively develops energy projects in Africa by developing the electric power sectors in these regions.


The Globeleq Scholarship Fund (GSF) was launched in 2014. It is managed by Globeleq South Africa Management Services (GSAMS) and is funded by GSAMS’ independent power producers (IPPs) and one of its shareholders, the Globeleq Educational Trust (GET). To date, approximately R10.3 million has been awarded in bursaries.


  • help meet the demand in the renewable energy (RE) industry for technical skills,
  • create a skills pipeline for our company and the industry, and
  • support and contribute to the long-term sustainability of the communities in which we operate, and the country as a whole.

The Scholarship includes a service obligation, on behalf of the student, of 12 months.  Scholarship recipients undergo a further selection process for the Internship. Internships are not guaranteed for each scholarship recipient.

The Internship includes an in-depth induction of the entire organisation (exposure to the solar PV and wind plants), technical training, in-house training and exposure to head office organisational functioning.  Salaries are paid in line with market rates.

The GSF Communities 

The GSF Communities is open to students who:

  • Are South African citizens
  • Currently resides within a 50km radius of either Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm, De Aar Solar Power, Droogfontein Solar Power, Klipheuwel Wind Farm, Aries Solar Power, Konkoonsies Solar Power or Soutpan Solar Power
  • Are registering to study a degree or certificate at a South African higher education institution in 2020
  • Will be doing their 1st year or higher in 2020

The amount of the Scholarship is not fixed, but instead takes each student's needs into account, together with the Scholarship budget.  
The scholarship covers a variable amount, depending on what each student's registration fees are, for the following:

  • Course Fees
  • Registration Fees

and a fixed amount, based on the average cost across all institutions participating in the GSF and the type of studies, for the following:

  • Accommodation and meal costs
  • Books and other learning materials    
  • Living expenses    


Opportunity Closing Date: 
Saturday, November 30, 2019
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