Harmony Bursary South Africa 2021 – 2022
ABOUT THE COMPANY – HARMONY
Harmony Bursary South Africa; Harmony was founded in 1950 as a gold mining and exploration organisation in South Africa. Today, Harmony is one of the largest gold mining companies across the globe, with mines operating in both South Africa and Papua New Guinea.
The JSE Limited, Berlin Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange listed company employs over 32 000 staff across their South African and Papua New Guinea operations.
Harmony was once lease-bound mining operation, but has since expanded into a world-class producer of gold and currently has 1 open-pit operation, numerous surface sources and 9 underground mines in South Africa, as well as a open-pit silver and gold mine in Papua New Guinea.
ABOUT THE HARMONY BURSARY PROGRAMME – FIELDS OF STUDY
Harmony is inviting top-performing students to apply for bursary funding, for the 2022 academic year.
Bursaries will be awarded for studies within core- and non-core mining disciplines, including the following fields:
Core mining disciplines:
- Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current only)
- Extractive Metallurgy
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mining Engineering
- Rock Engineering
Non-core mining disciplines:
MORE ABOUT THE HARMONY BURSARY PROGRAMME – SELECTION
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and required to attend an interview and undergo a psychometric assessment. If you do not receive any feedback from Harmony within 21 days after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HARMONY BURSARY
Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered):
- You must be a South African citizen
- You must have completed Matric
- You must have achieved a minimum result of 60% for all subjects in Matric
- You must be studying full-time towards a qualification within one of the above fields of study
- You must be in your 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of study
- You must be studying at a recognised tertiary institute in South Africa
- You must have a strong academic record
- Engineering students: you must have achieved a minimum result of 70% for Mathematics and Physical Science in Matric
- Current tertiary students: you must have achieved a minimum result of 60% for all major subjects
- You must NOT be in receipt of any other bursary funding
- Preference will be given to: students who are from historically disadvantaged backgrounds, students from Harmony host communities and students who are dependents of Harmony employees
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE HARMONY BURSARY
Applications must be submitted online at:
Harmony Bursary Application 2022
(Reference number: hgld_000036)
Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation with your online application (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application may be disqualified):
- ID document (certified copy)
- Grade 11 final results (certified copy)
- Matric June/ mid-year results (certified copy)
- Matric certificate, if available (certified copy)
- Full academic record, including most recent results (on institutions letterhead)
- Acceptance letter from your tertiary institute (on institutions letterhead)
- Shortened Curriculum Vitae (maximum 1 page)
CLOSING DATE FOR THE HARMONY BURSARY
30 September 2021.
(Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted – please apply before the closing date to ensure your application is considered.)
CONTACT THE BURSARY PROVIDER
For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact Harmony directly:
Contact Person: Olwyn Linden
Tel: 057 904 8889
Email: Olwyn.Linden@Harmony.co.za / email@example.com
For technical support or assistance with applying, contact PNet (Tel: 010 140 3099 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
See Also: Bursaries Open All Year Round
NSFAS National Student Financial Aid Schemes
NSFAS: What is NSFAS?
NSFAS, or National Student Financial Aid Scheme, was established according to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme Act of 1999 and incorporated the Tertiary Education Fund of South Africa (TEFSA), which stopped operating in 2000.