About SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa)
The Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) stands as a prominent industry association that plays a pivotal role in the region’s steel and engineering sectors. Established to advocate for the interests of businesses operating within these industries, SEIFSA serves as a unifying force that brings together diverse companies, ranging from manufacturers to service providers. Through its strategic initiatives, SEIFSA contributes to the development and growth of the steel and engineering sectors, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange among its members. The federation actively engages with stakeholders, policymakers, and regulatory bodies to address industry challenges, promote sustainable practices, and create an environment conducive to innovation and competitiveness.
SEIFSA’s commitment extends beyond advocacy, as it also provides valuable resources and support to its members. The federation is dedicated to facilitating skills development, promoting best practices, and offering a platform for networking and collaboration. By fostering a sense of community within the steel and engineering sectors, SEIFSA strengthens the collective voice of its members, enabling them to navigate industry complexities and capitalize on opportunities for growth. Through its comprehensive approach, SEIFSA continues to be a driving force in shaping the trajectory of Southern Africa’s steel and engineering industries.
About the SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) Bursaries 2024
SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) is providing academically capable students financial aid to support their education. SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) Bursaries are designed to support individuals pursuing undergraduate studies in the dynamic realm of the Steel and Engineering industry. The bursaries are explicitly directed towards a range of fields, encompassing both Degree and National Diploma programs. These fields include, but are not limited to:
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Materials Science
- Electronics Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- or other related Engineering courses
The bursary is specifically allocated to cover tuition fees, with the payment directly disbursed to the educational institution. It is important to note that any additional costs associated with the course of study, such as expenses for books, stationery, accommodation, meals, and other related items, fall within the purview of the student’s responsibility. Hence, these supplementary financial considerations must be carefully accounted for by the recipient of the bursary.
If you are confident about enrolling in the SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) Bursaries, we encourage you to proceed with the sign-up process. However, if you find yourself uncertain about your suitability for the program, there’s no need to fret. Simply review the outlined requirements below and cross-reference your qualifications with the standards set by the selection committee. To enhance your likelihood of acceptance, ensure that you meet all specified criteria. While non-compliance may not result in automatic disqualification, it could potentially diminish your chances of being accepted.
The SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) Bursaries Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Be a South African citizen.
- Do not exceed 35 years of age.
- Currently be in Matric (in 2023) or have completed Matric.
- Achieve commendable results in Mathematics and Science during Matric.
- Obtain a minimum overall average of 75% in Matric.
- Study or have been accepted/provisionally accepted to study full-time towards an undergraduate Engineering qualification in one of the specified fields of study.
- Study or have been accepted to study at a recognized and accredited University or University of Technology in South Africa.
- Give preference to employees of SEIFSA member companies and their dependents.
Download the Official Application Form: SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) Bursaries 2024.
It is advisable to utilize Google Chrome for optimal access to the aforementioned website.
Please complete the application form by entering your most pertinent information into the designated fields. Ensure that all personal details provided are accurate and align with your
Applicants are required to submit the following documents:
- Certified copy of ID document
- Passport-sized color photograph
- Certified copy of the most recent Matric results, if currently enrolled in Matric
- Certified copy of Matric certificate, if Matric has been completed
- Proof of registration or acceptance at a University or University of Technology (on the institution’s letterhead)
- Quotation of tuition fees from the institution (on the institution’s letterhead)
- Certified copy of the latest academic results transcript, if currently pursuing studies
- A motivational letter articulating the reasons for seeking consideration for the bursary
Kindly ensure that all applications are submitted through email to: [email protected]. In the subject line of the email, please include the words “SEIFSA Bursary Application – Your full name” to facilitate proper identification and processing of your application.
Upon submission of your application, you are granting explicit permission to the selection committee to utilize your personal information exclusively for registration purposes.
Applications will undergo thorough review and vetting processes to ascertain the legitimacy of the applicants. Individuals discovered to have provided false information in their applications will be ineligible for registration during the designated period.
It is imperative for candidates to exclusively process their applications through the designated portal mentioned above. Submissions made through alternative methods, such as hand delivery or fax, will not be considered by the selection committee. This adherence to a specific application channel is crucial for maintaining consistency and facilitating a fair and standardized evaluation process.
Applications for the SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa) Bursaries must be submitted before the closing date on 30 November 2023.
It is imperative to promptly register your application to fortify its security. This proactive measure is essential to establish a secure foothold during the recruitment phase, although success is not guaranteed outright.
It is crucial to note that the selection committee strictly adheres to a zero-tolerance policy regarding applications submitted after the specified deadline. Any submissions received beyond the closing date will be automatically disqualified.
It is essential to recognize that the authority to grant or deny job positions lies solely with SEIFSA (Steel & Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa). The decisions made by the selection committee are conclusive and hold the ultimate authority in determining successful candidates.