About SATI (South African Table Grape Industry)
SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) has the goal of being a representative organization for the business that is geared toward progressive expansion, is recognized as a worldwide leader in the table grape industry, and is a genuine leader in the agricultural sector of South Africa. They will do this in order to enhance and secure the industry’s position in the global table grape market. Specifically, they will do this by increasing the opportunities available to their business within existing markets and by diversifying the present market risk profile of their industry.
They want to continue to raise the responsiveness of their company to the demands of their shareholders and customers in order to boost the industry’s efficiency and competitiveness by delivering timely and trustworthy information on the industry and market data. They will achieve this goal by combining the efforts of producers and exporters, cultivating reputable people and processes inside the business, and forming robust alliances and partnerships with all of their many stakeholders.
About the SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) Bursaries 2023
SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) is currently offering financial aid to Tertiary Education (TE) and Further Education and Training (FET) students. The SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) Bursaries is considering applicants who are attending courses that have a connection to the table grape industry and its value chain. These courses include, but are not limited to:
- Horticultural Science
- Agricultural Economy
- Plant Pathology
- Soil Science.
Applicants will need to be taking either undegraduate or postgraduate studies. Applicants may also be studying either part time or full time. If you think this is the right bursary programme for you, don’t hesitate to register.
If you’re certain of joining the SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) Bursaries, feel free to sign up! If you are still unsure whether you’d make a good fit, don’t worry. All you have to do is check the requirements below and re-check your qualifications with the selection committee’s standards. If you’d like to stand a chance of acceptance, make sure you fulfill all of the criteria that are mentioned. Failure to do so might not get you automatically disqualified, but it could reduce your chances of acceptance.
The SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) Bursaries Eligibliity Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognized as citizens of South Africa
- Planning to puruse a long-time career in the table grape industry and/or its value chain
- For TE studies applicants: must obtain at least a Grade 12 qualification or equivalent under SAQA
- For FET studies applicants: must obtain at least a Grade 8 qualification or equivalent under SAQA
- Displays an impressive academic track record
- Preference is offered to candidates originating from disadvantaged communities, especially those who are already involved in the table grape industry or any part of its initiatives.
Apply online: SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) Bursaries 2023.
To access the online portal above, it’s advisable that you do so by opening Google Chrome. Additionally, candidates are highlly required to read the Official SATI Bursary Guidelines before proceeding with your applications.
On top of that, you will need to send in the following documents:
- A fully completed application form
- A certified Identity Document
- A certified Grade 12 results slips (or your highest grade passed)
- All of your post-Grade 12 qualifications (if applicable)
- A signed declaration commitment issued from your mentor
- A legitimate proof of acceptance at a TE or FET institution, or an acceptance statement that allows you to pursue a post-graduate qualifcation as part of a research project team.
Alternatively, you can apply using your handphone, since it is much more practical than applying via computer. If you are using an OS Android handphone, you can use Google Chrome as your web browser. Since Google Chrome is automatically available in OS Android handphones, you don’t have to install any other browsers.
On the application portal, please type in your most relevant answers into the required boxes. All the personal details you provide should correlate correctly to your current conditions.
Applications must be directed to the following address:
South African Table Grape Industry
63 Main Road
You can also forward your applications via email and fax:
- Email address: [email protected]
- Fax number: +27 21 863 3039
The information you put in will be evaluated by the entirety of the selection committee. That’s why you should double-check to see if there is no false information. Any indication of candidates providing wrongful details might be put in a risky situation.
By sending in your applications, you are hereby giving permission to the selection committee to have your personal information utilized for registration purposes.
Candidates must process their applications through the methods provided above. Submissions made through other ways, will not be accepted by the selection committee.
Applications for the SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) Bursaries must be submitted before the closing date on 31 August 2022.
It is possible to guarantee that your application is protected as soon as possible by registering as soon as feasible. However, this does not guarantee immediate success and is just designed to give you with a stable position during the recruitment process.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted by the selection committee. Candidates that submit their applications after the deadline will not be considered. All submissions submitted after the deadline, regardless of their substance, will be discarded without further consideration.
Announcements will only be made to shorlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from the selection committee by the end of January, we regret to inform you that you have not been chosen.
SATI (South African Table Grape Industry) has the right to offer or refuse employment to anybody at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. The decisions of the choosing committee are final and binding on all parties engaged in the process.