About the EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority)
The Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority, or commonly referred to as EWSETA, is an entity that is formed to facilitate quality programmes that aim to promote the skills development of younger generations in South Africa. As an accredited SETA, the establishment is follows the terms that have been s in Section 9 of the Skills Development Act (SDA), 97 of 1998 and is under the direct supervision of the Honourable Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology.
EWSETA bears the responsibility of develop the skills of individuals in this particular sector. Through credible learning programmes, education and training sessions, as well as proper maintenance of their Workplace Skills Plan, EWSETA is determined to fulfill the demand for scarce skills. EWSETA accommodates learners who wish to attain practical working experience, obtain professional learning materials and sharpen their potential as future workers. All this is conducted through the values upheld by the entity. Putting their trust on their partners, acting with integrity, and creating positive contributions to society, EWSETA is a well-rounded establishment that everyone can rely the country’s future on.
About the EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary 2021
The Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority is offering financial assistance in the form of bursaries for talented South African students. The EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary is a fantastic opportunity for students who require immediate financial assistance to boost their educational journeys. EWSETA understands that it is important to provide necessary support for younger generations of South Africans. By providing the right kinds of assistance to learners, EWSETA firmly believes that the country is able to produce academically-advanced students who are able to lead society in the future.
The EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary provides coverage for several student-related expenses. These includes tuition expenses, study materials as prescribed by their university/TVET College, accommodation costs, and daily meals. Please be kindly advised that bursars are required to provide documents like statement of account, list of study materials issued by the university, or anything relevant in order to receive their financial assistance.
Interested candidates of the EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary must fulfill the eligibility criteria attached to this programme. Each of these items will determine whether you are qualified enough for the bursary or not. To guarantee a successful application, please fulfill all of these requirements below. Failure to do so will put your applications in a risky position. Please take note of these items for your personal reference.
The EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Possesses a Matriculation Certificate or a relevant qualification (students who are currently in their first year of university or TVET College)
- Second or third-year students must provide their past academic track records
- Post-graduate candidates must provide relevant qualifications
- Preference will be offered to legitimate citizens of South African citizens who are regarded as Previously Disadvantaged Individuals: young students, females, black, has disabilities)
- Willing to provide a legitimate household annual income.
Download application form: EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary 2021.
Candidates must download the bursary application form to start on their registration. Please follow the instructions below:
- Read through the queries that are asked in the form
- Complete the application form in full
- Use BLOCK LETTERS to fill in the application form
- Duly sign the application form once everything is filled in
Besides the application form, candidates are required to prepare the following documents below:
- A valid, certified copy of your Matriculation qualification
- A valid, certified copy of your Identity Document
- Current students must provide their full academic track records
- First time applicants must provide a copy of your application/provisional acceptance letter offer issued by their respective tertiary institution (university/TVET College)
- Other necessary documents that are requested directly by EWSETA
All documents required by the selection committee must be included in your application dossier. Any missing documents will cause your applications to be instantly disqualified by the selection committee.
Similarly, candidates should provide correct, personal details about themselves on the application form. The committee will process your applications under serious evaluation and background checks. Candidates discovered to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will be disqualified as well.
Application Submission Methods
Please send in your applications for the EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary through either one of these submission methods below:
E-mail: [email protected]
P.O Box 1273
1. EWSETA HEAD OFFICE (GAUTENG, LIMPOPO AND MPUMALANGA)
32 PRINCESS OF WALES TERRACE
SUNNYSIDE OFFICE PARK, BUILDING B
2. EWSETA WESTERN / EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL OFFICE
FALSE BAY COLLEGE WESTLAKE CAMPUS
3. EWSETA NORTH WEST PROVINCIAL OFFICE
REITZ STREET NORTH
(ORBIT TVET COLLEGE – BRITS CAMPUS)
4. EWSETA NORTH WEST PROVINCIAL OFFICE
TALETSO TVET COLLEGE
LEAH MANGOPE HIGHWAY BETWEEN LEHURUTSHE FIRE STATION AND HOSPITAL
5. EWSETA FREE STATE/NORTHEN CAPE PROVINCIAL OFFICE
MOTHEO TVET CENTRAL OFFICE
C/O ST GEORGES AND ALIWAL STREET
Applications for the EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 31 January 2021.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance with late applications. Candidates discovered to be making their submissions past the closing date will automatically be disqualified from the programme.
Candidates are kindly advised that begin on their application as soon as possible. With bursary applications, there are tons of items and documents that must be prepared. Getting an early start will help you prepare better and leave you time to double check your application contents.
The EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) reserves all rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.
Do you have a question regarding the EWSETA (Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority) Bursary? We’ve got you covered. You can instantly deliver your enquiries or concerns through the contact information provided below:
Telephone Number: +27 11 274-4700
E-mail Address: [email protected]
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00AM – 4:30PM