Siemens Energy Bursary 2021 – 2022

Bursary description:

  • Siemens Energy AG is a prominent energy technology company in the globe. The firm collaborates  with clients and partners on future energy systems, assisting in the transition to a more sustainable  society. Siemens Energy’s product, solution, and service portfolio spans almost the whole energy  value chain, from power production to transmission and storage.
  • The bursary covers  registration fees, tuition costs, exam fees, prescribed books, accommodation and meals.
  • Bursary recipients will be expected to work for Siemens during their vacations, and after graduation, they will be required to work for Siemens for the same amount of time as the funds they received.

Must be interested in enrolling or studying the following degrees:

  • Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current) (BEng or BSc)
  • Electronic Engineering (Light Current) (BEng or BSc)
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Mechatronics) (BEng)
  • Information Technology (BSc)

Bursary requirements:

  • Should be a South African citizen.
  • Should have completed Matric/Grade 12
  • Should be interested in enrolling the fields mentioned above.
  • Should be interested in studying at an accredited South African university/institution
  • Should achieve an average of 65% and above for Matric/Grade 12 and 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).