The Sasol bursary is offered by Sasol, a leading energy and chemical company, committed to developing and commercializing technologies. They are building and operating facilities in order to produce liquid fuels, low-carbon electricity. Formed in Sasolburg, Johannesburg in 1950, the company has expanded on an international level to such an extent that it employs over 35 000 people across 37 countries.
As a company, Sasol is deeply passionate about the education of South Africa’s youth and developing that young talent. Their competitive bursary scheme attracts young talent hoping they will eventually join the organization. Those who successfully complete their study period through one of Sasol’s bursaries have a good chance to eventually work there.
Bursaries are awarded for full-time university studies in the fields of engineering, science, and commerce disciplines. Both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and for the University of technology/technikon. See a complete list below:
All applicants must fulfill the following basic criteria:
Candidates already studying can find requirements on the link provided above for the bursary requirements. If you are already enrolled in the degree course for which you are applying for the bursary, then you must have passed all your registered courses up until now in order to be considered. Also, note that no fees already paid by the candidate for their studies will be refunded.
The Sasol bursary covers the following things:
Applicants who have been shortlisted will be invited to attend an interview – notification of this will be conducted via both telephone and written correspondence before the end of May.
The interviews take place in June to July to make it easy for school students to attend during their holidays. The structured interview session and psychometric testing are expected to last for a full day.
Sasol will reimburse applicants for their travel expenses to attend the interview day, up to a predetermined maximum amount.
Successful candidates will be notified by the end of August; if no communication is received by then, it means that the application was unsuccessful. Those successful individuals will then be provided with documentation regarding the specific Sasol Bursary Scheme and a written contract.
After graduating from their studies, bursary holders will be contractually bound to work for Sasol for the same period of time as was spent studying.
This date may change yearly but the date can be found on the Selection Process Page of the Sasol Bursaries Website every year. They will open 21 February 2021
In order to complete the Sasol bursary online application, prospective candidates can visit the Sasol Bursaries Website. At the bottom of this page, candidates will find more detail on how to qualify, what is included in their bursaries program, what fields fo study they can apply for, as well as how to apply.
You don’t need to download any forms. You will need to register at their website and follow instructions there.
Basically you will need to follow each step described here to apply for a bursary