ArcelorMittal South Africa Bursary Scheme
Field of Study:
- Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Electrical & Information Engineering
- Mechanical, Industrial & Aeronautical Engineering
- Mining Engineering
The learners selected for the ArcelorMittal engineering programmes are chosen from
school level. Interviews take place during the April school holiday annually. Bursaries
are awarded to full-time university students.
Learners selected must have successfully undergone all of the selection processes
and have passed grade 12 with results that meet or are higher than the university
These learners will attend a traditional university of their choice providing that the
University is approved by ArcelorMittal South Africa for the discipline of study.
ArcelorMittal South Africa offers engineering bursaries in the following engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Metallurgical Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Information Technology.
Closing date 28 February
Candidates currently in Grade 12 who have obtained at least 70%
(Depending on the university requirements) in Grade 11 for both
Mathematics and Physical Science. An aggregate of at least 60%
is also required for the rest of Grade 12 with the minuimum symbols as above.
How to Apply:
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BEng students can apply to firstname.lastname@example.org for a bursary in any
of the above-mentioned engineering disciplines. Your email must clearly indicate that it
is a bursary application on the subject line and must be accompanied by a short CV
and academic transcript . Should you application be successful ArcelorMittal will
invite you for an interview.
Conditions of Bursary:
What happens upon completion of my studies?
When bursars have completed their studies, they are appointed into the
Candidate Engineer programme which is an additional 24 month training programme
followed in order for the Candidate Engineers to register themselves as
professional engineers once their training is complete.
• Tuition fees (differs per university).
• Accommodation including meals.
• A cash amount for books.
• A scientific calculator.
• A personal computer.