Jones & Wagener Civil Engineering Bursary Scholarship Programme 2020

Applications are open for interested and suitably qualified candidates for the Jones & Wagener Civil Engineering Bursary Scholarship Programme 2020. The full application details for the Jones & Wagener Civil Engineering Bursary Scholarship Programme can be accessed below.

Jones & Wagener Civil Engineering Bursary Scholarship Programme

Jones & Wagener is a specialist firm of consulting engineers and scientists based in South Africa. We design, develop and implement innovative, practical and cost-effective solutions that are environmentally supportive.

Jones & Wagner offer a limited number of bursaries for Civil Engineering students studying at South African universities.

Current South African tertiary students and Grade 12 scholars are invited to submit applications. The award of bursaries will be carried out based on academic merit, financial need, and company-specific considerations. Applicants who have achieved less than 70% in both Maths and Physical Science will not be considered. Jones & Wagener is required to implement Black Economic Empowerment and therefore bursaries will be awarded to reflect the population composition of South Africa.

Students studying with Jones & Wagener bursaries may be required to do six weeks paid vacation work at our offices in Rivonia or Centurion during the July and/or December recess. After completion of their studies, bursary students will be required to work for Jones & Wagener for a period equal to the period for which the bursary was held.

If you have not heard from us regarding your application by 28 September 2019, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

How to Apply for Jones & Wagener Bursary Scholarship Programme

Interested candidates should Click here to download Application Form.

The completed forms must be sent to the Bursary Administrator at the Jones & Wagener preferably by email to bursaries@jaws.co.za or alternatively by post to PO Box 1434, Rivonia, 2128.

Application Deadline: 31st July 2019

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