The E.V. Adams Scholarship Programme 2022

Bursary description:

  • Adams & Adams is a well-known and respected African legal practice that specializes in intellectual  property and business law. The company’s headquarters are in South Africa, with branches and affiliate offices in other African nations.
  • More than 200 individuals at Adams & Adams are experts in a variety of legal and technological  fields. Many of the world’s major businesses and organizations are represented by the firm. Its 70  partners are recognized thought leaders and trailblazers in their fields, representing a diverse  spectrum of clientele.
  • For the bursary, the company has allocated R50 000 towards each student’s studies.
  • 1 – year renewable if the student maintains a 75 percent aggregate in accordance with  Adams & Adams’ standards.

Must be interested in enrolling or studying the following degrees:

  • BA Law/BCom Law/LLB

Bursary requirements:

  • Should be a South African citizen.
  • Should be studying towards a degree in the above mentioned fields.
  • Should be interested in enrolling at an accredited South African university.
  • Should have an exceptional academic performance.
  • First year students should provide their Grade11 and Grade 12 results for evaluation, showing that they have maintained a B symbol or higher in English and a C symbol or higher in Mathematics since Grade 11. 
  • Should prove that they need financial assistance.

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).