About SATI (South African Translators’ Institute)
SATI, or short for the South African Translators’ Institute, is an establishment formed in 1956 that aims to increase awareness of the translation department in the country. South Africa is home to 11 official languages, each holding their own integral role in the country. SATI is founded to promote multilingualism in local communities and contribute greatly to the translation and interpretation fields of South African languages. As part of their mission, SATI regularly provides assistance to capable young individuals who show immense passion for the field of languages. SATI hopes that by extending their arms to these talented people, South Africa will see an increase of more trained language workers in the future.
About the SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary 2021
SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) is offering a bursary programme for students who require urgent financial assistance for their current education. The SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary is a wonderful opportunity for young, bright individuals to obtain the necessary monetary means required to fund their studies. Due t the limited number of bursary opportunities, the SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary is only rewarded to students who display tremendous academic potential. For the 2021 academic year, the bursary will award one bursary of R10 000 for a selected participant.
The SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary is paid on two separate occasions: 50% at the beginning of the academic year, and the other 50% in the second semester of the academic year. Bursars are expected to provide their academic results with at least a 65% average aggregate score to maintain their financial aid. Should a student fail to keep up with their scores, they will not be eligible for the bursary.
The SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary welcomes anyone who is interested in receiving financial assistance for their education. However, candidates are required to fulfill an eligibility criteria before proceeding with the registration. Each of these items below will determine whether you’d make an ideal candidate for the programme or not. Failure to adhere to these items may possibly reduce your chances of getting accepted by the programme.
The SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Recognized as a legitimate citizen of South Africa
- Officially registered in a South African tertiary institution
- Pursuing their formal studies in the fields of translation, interpreting, or other elements of language practice
- Currently in the second, third, or fourth year of their undergraduate studies
- Attained a minimum 65% score for all subjects in their studies
- Work in different official languages
- Displays the need for immediate financial assistance.
Download application form: SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary 2021.
Skim through the queries on the application form before filling them in. Please provide personal information that correctly represents your current conditions.
Candidates must attach these following documents as well:
- A valid copy of your Identity Document
- A copy of your Matric certificate and other academic qualifications
- Valid proof of your enrollment into an academic institution for the 2021 year
- A valid copy of your most recent academic transcript
- An affidavit confirming that you are not receiving other bursaries or sources of funding.
All of these documents should be included in your application dossier. Incomplete applications will not be considered by the selection committee.
Once everything is set, send in your applications to this email address: [email protected]
By sending in your applications, you are hereby giving permission to have your information utilized by the selection committee for registration purposes.
Applications will be subjected to further evaluation and vetting procedures to verify the validity of candidates. Anyone discovered to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will automatically be disqualified.
Submissions must be made through the provided email address above. Candidates discovered to be sending in their applications via other methods, such as fax or hand delivery, will not be considered by the programme.
Applications for the SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 31 March 2021.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late applications. Submissions made past the closing date will not be entertained by the selection committee.
SATI (South African Translators’ Institute) reserves the rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.