MultiChoice Bursary South Africa 2022

Bursary description:

  • MultiChoice is the operator of the DStv satellite television service in Africa, a South African company  formed in 1993.
  • For the 2022 academic year, MultiChoice South Africa has launched applications for its R20 million  bursary initiative. Around 200 students will benefit from the MultiChoice South Africa Bursary  Scheme.
  • Ten of these students will be sponsored through the Nomzamo Lighthouse Foundation, which is a  partner of MultiChoice and invests in the future of South African children, for the 2022 bursary  initiative. 
  • The bursaries cover more than just tuition; they also cover registration fees, housing costs, and an  annual living allowance.

Must be interested in enrolling or studying the following degrees:

  • Actuarial Science
  • Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering
  • Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
  • Information Technology (AI and Robotics)
  • Data and Information Science
  • Digital Media Technologies

Bursary requirements:

  • Should be a South African citizen.
  • Should be interested in enrolling in one of the fields mentioned above
  • Should be registered at an accredited or recognized university
  • Should have achieved an average of 70% and above in Matric/Grade 12
  • Should have achieved an average of 65% and above in university studies

How to apply:

  • Applications should be completed online by clicking the Apply Here button below.

The following documentation may be required for the bursary application:

  • Certified copy of your South African ID (Less than 3 months old).
  • Documentation of why you need financial assistance, this can include parent’s pay slip and a motivational letter.
  • Acceptance letter/document from the university stating you have been accepted for the enrollment of the studies you will be pursuing.
  • Certified copy of your latest academic record for university students.
  • Certified copy of your Academic record (Grade 12 latest academic record/Grade 11 final academic record).