About the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation
The HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation is an establishment that aims to uplift citizens of South Africa and its young generation to develop themselves and thus create a sustainable community. By offering the necessary support to talented individuals, the foundation aims to uplift the country’s human potential and be an integral player in its ethical growth.
The HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation has a strong focus on education of all different demographics, starting from childhood development, to tertiary studies. At the foundation, their main goal is to offer people the necessary resources and to develop themselves and instill a strong set of moral principles into their values.
About the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary 2022
The HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation is offering financial assistance to students based in South Africa who are in immediate need of funding for their 2022 academic year. The HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary is a great bursary for those who are planning to continue their studies in the following year as well as new candidates of Honours and Post-graduate Diploma qualifications. Please be kindly informed that the bursary does not accommodate part-time studies, distance learning studies, or candidates who are pursuing their education at TVET colleges.
At the moment, the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary is available for the following institutions:
- University of KwaZulu-Natal
- Rhodes University
- University of Johannesburg
- University of Cape Town
- University of Witwatersrand
- University of Stellenbosch
- University of the Free State
- University of the Western Cape
- North-West University
- University of Pretoria
- Nelson Mandela University.
Awardees of the bursary will be entitled to coverage of 75% of their tuition expenses of up to R38 000/annum. Unfortunately, the bursary does not provide coverage for items such as living costs, prescribed study materials, accommodation costs, daily meals, or transportation. Additionally, the bursary does not cover repeat years of study/modules.
Awardees will be required to participate in the workshops or finish up surveys asked of by the selection committee during their time in university.
Important note: the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary does not offer bursary opportunities for Masters or PhD qualifications.
Candidates interested in the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary must meet certain qualifying requirements before submitting their applications. Each of the items listed below will determine if you are qualified to continue with this bursary. Candidates should meet all of the following standards to ensure a successful application. Failure to do so will have a negative impact on the overall outcome of your applications. Make a note of these items for future reference.
The HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognised as citizens, refugees, and asylum seekers of South Africa
- 35 years old or below on 15 November 2022
- Pursuing their Honours and Post-graduate Diploma qualification in either one of the institutions mentioned above for the 2022 academic year
- Has a gross family income that does not exceed R38 000 per month
- Current awardees of the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation bursary who are planning to continue their undergraduate qualification for the 2022 academic year at either a public university or university of technology in South Africa.
Apply online: HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary 2022.
It is recommended that you use Google Chrome to access the above-mentioned website.
Please type your most relevant responses into the proper spaces on the application site. All of the personal information you provide should be accurate and relevant to your current situation.
The information you submit will be examined by the entire selection committee, which includes you. As a result, you should double-check to ensure that no bogus information is present. If there is any proof that candidates are providing fraudulent information, they may be placed in a risky situation.
By submitting your applications, you grant the selection committee permission to use your personal information to register you for the event.
Candidates must submit their applications using the above-mentioned website. Other methods of submission, such as personal delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 15 November 2021.
By enrolling as quickly as possible, you can ensure that your application is secured as soon as possible.
The selection committee will not accept incomplete applications. Candidates whose applications are received after the deadline will not be considered. All entries received after the deadline, regardless of content, will be rejected without further review.
HCI (Hosken Consolidated Investments) Foundation reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to offer or reject employment to anybody at any time. The selection committee’s conclusions are final and binding on all parties involved in the process.