If you are interested in pursuing a qualification in psychology, then now is the best time for you.
The South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP) is offering the opportunity for students to study with them either remotely or on campus without any financial burden.
The college will provide successful applicants with a bursary that is provided by Knowledge Trust whose mission is to make education more accessible to students and broaden the spectrum of education in South Africa.
Below is a breakdown of what the SACAP Bursary is, how they operate, and what it expects from potential applicants.
This Bursary closes on 25 February 2022.
Please ensure that your application along with all requested support documents are submitted to SACAP before the closing date. Failure to do so will result in your application being dismissed by the college.
What Is The SACAP Bursary?
SACAP is an educational institution that provides accredited psychology courses in Counselling, Business Management, Social Work, Community Development, Human Resources, along with basic to advanced levels of Psychology qualifications.
The college was founded over 20 years ago and not only provided on-campus education but facilitates remote education too.
This bursary will allow a select number of successful applicants the opportunity to receive both hands-on experience and an NQF level 5 qualification in their desired course. Naturally, this bursary is open to students interested in the psychology and counseling field.
Who Can Apply?
Students applying for the SACAP Bursary will need to meet the following requirements:
- Students must have an interest in communication and work with others.
- Must have a passion for developing counseling and communication skills and using them in different work situations.
- Have a need to grow your academic skills to further benefit yourself, your community, and others.
- Applicants must have completed matric.
What Does The SACAP Bursary Cover?
This bursary will provide financial cover of R60,000 and will last up to 1 year on a full-time basis or 2 years on a part-time basis.
Students have the choice of studying on the SACAP campus or remotely if they are not based in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, or Pretoria.
How To Apply
Applying for the SACAP Bursary is a simple process. All you need to do is complete the following application form here. Once you’ve done this you will need to include the following support documents before you submit your application to SACAP:
- Certified copy of your ID
- An updated CV
- Certified copy of your matric certificate
- Reference letter
- Proof of application fee of R300,00
This can all be completed and submitted to SACAP on their website.
If you have any questions or concerns related to the SACAP Bursary, then you can contact their partner Knowledge Trust through the following method:Contact Number: 021 300 5721