Closing Date: 10 August 2012

The Western Government Says….

Are you in matric or an undergraduate student? Bursaries are available from The Department of Health for studies in the following fields: ● Degree: Medicine ● Degree: Emergency Medical Care ● National Diploma: radiography ● Degree: Physiotherapy ● Degree: Pharmacy

To apply for one of these bursaries you must be: ● A South African citizen wanting to study full-time ● preferably a resident of the Western Cape ● Accepted or awaiting acceptance at the relevant accredited HEI ● Have a June matric result, matric or post matric qualification. Incomplete applications will NOT be considered.

How to apply: ● Register on the website ( ● Complete the online application (Note: Upload all requested documents.  Original certified documentation must be submitted with declaration decision should the applicant be successful) OR Download the application ( ● Complete all questions on the application form ● Attach requested documentation ● Deliver to the Department of Health.

Certified documents to be submitted: ● RSA 10 document ● Previous academic year’s results or Grade 12 certificate (pupils currently in Grade 12 should please submit results for June 2012) ● Disabled persons should provide proof of disability  ● Proof of residence (accounts, rates etc.) ● Proof of parent income or tax certificate● Letter of motivation for bursary addressed to the Bursary Committee.

The Department reserves the right to award bursaries. Please ensure that your application form reaches us by 10 August 2012.

Submit applications to: Bursaries, Western Cape Government Health, Directorate: Human Resource Development, Postal Address: PO Box 2060, Cape Town 8000.  Physical Address: 4 Dorp Street, Tower Block Building, 13th floor.

If you have not received any communication within 4 months of applying, consider your application as unsuccessful. 

If you have any enquiries, please contact the following numbers: 021 483-3465 or 021 483-6610