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Online bursary application

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS:
  • Please read these notes and instructions carefully before applying and get electronic copies of your results, CV and Id.
  • Your files must be in one of the following formats: Word doc, Text, PDF, GIF or JPG. Maximum size for each file is 1MB.
  • Make sure you read every section and that the information you provide is accurate.
  • Mark your choice with a cross (x) in the appropriate block where applicable.
  • We welcome applications from people with disabilities. However, selection will be subject to the physical demands of the occupation related to a qualification.

PLEASE NOTE:

  1. Incomplete applications will be disregarded.
  2. Please ensure that you attach certified proof of your identity document and academic results. Current Matriculants must submit their Grade 11 final results and Grade 12 June results.
  3. Closing date for applications is 31st August every year and no late applications will be considered.
  4. Bursaries will only be awarded for the year following the one in which the application is received.
  5. Applicants applying for bursaries with less than an achievement level of 5 in Mathematics and Science will not be considered for Geology and Science degrees. For Engineering, the minimum requirements for Maths & Science is level 6. Mathematics literacy will not be accepted.
  6. Please note that as all our bursaries are dependent on our companies’ future labour requirements, we do not always have bursaries for all disciplines. As the situation differs from year to year, we would advise you to re-apply the following year should you be regretted for this reason.
  7. Please fill in both your parent(s)/guardian(s) occupations so that we can evaluate your financial need level.
  8. It is the responsibility of the applicant to apply for admission to an institution of your choice and receive confirmation of acceptance before a bursary can be awarded. We recommend that you apply to at least two tertiary institutions.
  9. If Harmony has not responded within 21 days after the closing date, consider your applications as unsuccessful. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted applicants only. Should you qualify for a preliminary interview, it will take place at our Randfontein Offices situated in the Gauteng Province.
  10. Please supply ALL information requested or give good reasons why you cannot provide it. Your application will be disregarded if you do not have university exemption, within the minimum requirements, that is:
    MathsRating Level: 5 or 60%
    ScienceRating Level: 5 or 60%
    EnglishRating Level: 5 or 60%

N.B. Any changes of address or contact details ONLY must be forwarded in writing to evelyn.moalosi@harmony.co.za

Harmony Bursary Scheme

We acknowledge that our employees present and potential have aspirations but perhaps not the means to be formerly educated in their fields of interest. To this end we have created the Harmony Bursary Scheme which awards successful applicants, bursaries for full time study at accredited tertiary institutions. The scheme covers tuition and residence fees, the cost of prescribed text books and also provides a personal allowance.

The scheme is designed to contribute to the development of historically disadvantaged South Africans.

For the year 2015 preference is given to the following fields which are functional to the mining industry:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current ONLY)
  • IT (Information technology)

Applying for a bursary

Applications for the Harmony Bursary Scheme are open from 1 April to 31 August every year to be used the following year. If your application is successful you will be asked to enter into a contractual obligation with Harmony Gold Ltd. Detail of this agreement will be explained to the successful candidate in full.

Important

Note that South African universities now require a prospective student to first apply for admission before he/she can register. In order to study in 2015 you must have applied to register with your university of choice by 31 March 2014.