About PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa)
The Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa, or simply referred to as PAMSA, is an association that advocates for proper and sustainable news of paper as a renewable source of material. Promoting more than 90% of manufacturers in South Africa, PAMSA has been representing the diverse field of paper, packaging, and tissue. The establishment also believes the correct use of these materials as a renewable and recyclable source allows room for more sustainable utilisation. With the support of both local and global partners and stakeholders, PAMSA is able to prosper as a conscientious environmental association.
About the PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) Bursary 2024-2025
The PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) is offering financial aid in the form of bursaries to talented Chemical Engineering students. The PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) Bursary is inviting applications from final year students and graduates with a BEng/BSc in chemical engineering. They are offering a bursary and research program for a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. This program entails two years of full-time study at recognized universities. During this period, students will engage in projects focused on enhancing the value of wood fiber, recycled fiber, or process waste, as well as promoting resource efficiency.
The PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) Bursary welcomes anyone who fulfill the programme’s requirements. Each of these items will determine whether you’d make the right fit for the bursary or not. It’s recommended that you meet all these items to maintain a spot in the bursary recruitment process. Failure to fulfill everything might put you in a disadvantageous spot throughout the applications. Pay attention to these requirements below.
The PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Be a final year BEng/BSc Chemical Engineering student at a recognized South African university or a graduate with a degree in chemical engineering
- Maintain a good academic record, achieving a minimum average of 60% in the final year of study
- Complete your studies within a maximum of five years
- Possessing South African citizenship is advantageous
- Prepare and submit a comprehensive application package, including a CV, academic transcripts for all years of study, letters of reference, and a motivation letter
- Only selected candidates will be invited for interviews.
Apply online: AMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) Bursary 2024-2025.
Candidates interested in the programme are required to access the portal above. All applications must be processed online. Anyone sending in their applications through email or fax will not be considered by the selection committee.
Make sure that the information you provide on the application portal is accurate and true to your current conditions. Anyone discovered to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will immediately be disqualified from the programme.
Please be kindly informed that all information sent will be strictly kept in confidentiality.
Applications for the PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) Bursary must be submitted before the closing dates below:
- Early bird: 9 June 2023
- Late sleeper: 30 June 2023
Please be kindly informed that early bird applications are given more priority as long as candidates meet the minimum criteria.
Candidates interested in the programme are highly advised to send in their applications way before the deadline. This will give you a lot more time to properly evaluate the contents of your applications and see if everything’s in order.
Late applications will not be considered by the selection committee. Anyone discovered to be making their submissions past the closing date will not be considered by the selection committee.
PAMSA (Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa) reserves the rights to appoint anyone during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final and cannot be canvassed.