UCT Online High School Adult Matric Scholarship South Africa 2024 – 2025
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDER – UCT ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL
UCT Online High School Adult Matric Scholarship South Africa | In August 2022, UCT Online High School officially became the most affordable fully accredited school in South Africa, and one of the few to offer the internationally recognised Cambridge IGCSE qualification. The school also announced the official launch of its 18-month Adult Matric Programme that is offered to students online. UCT Online High School for Adult Matric hopes to give candidates (who were unable to obtain their Matric certificate) the opportunity to achieve this academic milestone. UCT believes that it is never too late to establish the foundation for your future, your family, and your life.
ABOUT THE UCT ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL ADULT MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME – FIELDS COVERED
UCT Online High School is inviting students to apply for their Adult Matric Scholarship Programme, for the 2023 academic year..
The scholarship allows adults to complete a CAPS-aligned Amended Senior Certificate, part-time and online, over the course of 18 months.
UCT Online High School will be awarding scholarships to the first 500 eligible adult learners, with a total value of over R5 million.
The Adult Matric programme hopes to use innovative educational modalities to bridge the gap in the socio-economic divide within the country and support eligible adult learners in achieving their Amended Senior Certificate at a reduced rate. Through this, UCT Online High School hopes to allow adult learners an opportunity to complete their Matric and have a second chance at establishing their future.
MORE ABOUT THE UCT ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL ADULT MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME – EXPENSES COVERED
The scholarship will provide partial cover for the programme’s monthly tuition fees, for the full 18-month programme duration.
The scholarship will NOT provide cover for the application fee or the placement fee.
Zabusaries.com is committed to keeping you up to date with the latest bursary opportunities, and this article covers all details about the UCT Online High School Adult Matric Scholarship.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UCT ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL ADULT MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP
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 be 21 years old, or older when you sit for your Matric exam
- You must have completed one of the following: Grade 9 (old Standard 7), General Education and Training Certificate (GETC) or a recognised equivalent qualification
- You must have access to the following equipment: a laptop or desktop computer with a webcam, a stable internet connection (minimum 10Mbps) and an uninterrupted power supply (UPS)
- You must be able to commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week (over 7 days)
- You must be highly motivated
- You must have a strong work ethic
- You must be able to meet deadlines
- You must be able to take ownership of and complete all assignments
- You must have adequate technical proficiency
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE UCT ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL ADULT MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP
Applications must be submitted online at; UCT Online High School Adult Matric Scholarship Application 2022
Enter “Zabusaries.com” in the field asking how you heard about the UCT Online High School Adult Matric Scholarship.
Applicants may download the UCT Online High School Adult Matric pack here.
CLOSING DATE FOR THE UCT ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL ADULT MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP
The scholarship will close when all 500 spots have been filled!
CONTACT THE BURSARY PROVIDER
For any queries related to this programme, please contact the UCT Online High School scholarship directly:
Contact portal: https://www.uctonlinehighschool.com/contact-us
Tel: 021 140 1792
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