About the SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners)
The South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners, or simply referred to as the SAIBPP, is a professional organization that strives for massive transformation of the South Africa’s property sector. Since its establishment in 1996, the establishment has continuously encouraged youths to participate in the built environment. With their continuous support for black businesses and professionals, the SAIBPP has received a valid accreditation as a B-BBEE Level 1 non-profit organization. Under their guidance and professional expertise, the SAIBPP aims to address the lack of black participation in the property sector and come up with ways to increase this by providing skills and enterprise development initiatives.
About the SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursary 2021
The South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners is offering bursary schemes to students who would like financial assistance for their future studies. The SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursaries has been providing financial aid for academically-talented students for the past 5 years. This is one of the initiatives held by the organization as a means to promote youth participation amongst tertiary students. If you are a full-time student pursuing a Property-related study course and require immediate financial aid, you are more than welcome to register for the bursary.
The SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursaries is available for these following study courses:
- National Diploma Real Estate
- BSc Real Estate
- Property Valuation and Management (BCom)
- PG Diploma
- BSc Property Development
- Property Studies (BSc)
- Real Estate (BSc)
- Finance (BCom) (majoring in Property Valuation and Management)
- Property Management (BSc)
- BCom Honours Property Valuation and Management
- BSc Property Studies
- Honours and Masters Programmes in property related studies
Additionally, you will need to be a student or are planning to enroll into either one of these university if you wish to register for the SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursary:
- University of Cape Town
- University of Johannesburg
- University of the Witwatersrand
- Tshwane University of Technology
- University of Pretoria
- Cape Peninsula University of Technology
- University of KwaZulu Natal
- Any other South African tertiary institution that has the aforementioned Degrees for enrollment.
The SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursaries provides coverage for these expenses below:
- Full registration fees and tuition expenses for one year
- Full accommodation costs in university student residences
- Alternatively, allowance for an out-of-residence accommodation approved by the bursary
- Allowances to purchase prescribed study materials.
- The bursary can be renewed up to 4 years, provided that you maintain excellent academic progress throughout your learning journey
- Awardees must provide an official document issued by the Institution stating their academic expenses up to the maximum amount.
Candidates who wish to register for the SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursary must adhere to the eligibility criteria that has been taken in place. The selection committee will be fairly assessing all candidates based on these items below. To guarantee a successful application, it is advisable that you meet all these criteria. Failure to do so might get you disqualified from the bursary registration.
The SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursaries Eligibility Criteria are as listed below:
- Recognized as a Grade 12 learner planning to register for the 1st full-time academic year in 2021
- Recognized as a matriculant who have achieved their university exemption and is employed at the moment
- Registered as a full-time student in an accredited South African tertiary institution
- Accomplished their undergraduate studies and are planning to enroll for their postgraduate studies
- Planning to become a member of the SAIBPP and be involved in the world of community initiatives.
Download application form: SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursaries 2021.
Candidates will need to fill in the application form that has been provided above. Make sure that you list out all of your correct personal details that reflect your current conditions. Candidates discovered to be altering their applications with false information will be automatically disqualified from the programme.
Additionally, you will need to attach several important documents onto the application form. Once that’s done, please send in your applications via e-mail to [email protected]. Please put in “Bursary Programme Application” on the e-mail subject. This will help the selection committee better indicate your applications in their inbox.
Applications for the SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursaries must be submitted before the closing date on 15 December 2020.
The selection committee has zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates found to be sending in applications past the deadline will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Since there is ample time left, it is advisable that you begin working on your applications as soon as possible. This will leave you with more free time to double check your application form and supporting documents.
Should you have any further questions about the SAIBPP (South Africa Institute of Black Property Practitioners) Bursary, please directly reach out via the contact information provided below.
Telephone Number: +27 11 838 6700
E-mail Address: [email protected]