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GIBS/Black Management Forum (BMF) MBA Bursaries

University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) in conjunction with the Black Management Forum (BMF) is awarding five (5) bursaries to students accepted onto the Intensive PGDip/MBA programme for the 2020 intake. 
The selection of the final bursary recipient will be based on the following underpinning requirements: 
  • Be an active BMF member or an active member of a community. 
  • Provide proof of financial need.
  • Be a great GIBS ambassador.
  • Potential for learning.
  • Academic merit.
  • Compulsory attendance for all classes.
  • South African citizens within a designated group, as described by the Employment Equity Act. 
THE BURSARY WILL COVER:
R317 790.00 for PGDip/MBA which includes course material and textbooks.

THE BURSARY WILL NOT COVER:
  • The non-refundable application fee.
  • Accommodation.
  • The Global Module
  • Any additional costs outside of the tuition fee.
INSTRUCTIONS:
Please read the below instructions before you submit your application for consideration.
  1. The closing date for the bursary is 25 August 2020 at 12 PM (midday).
  2. Please ensure you have submitted your completed Intensive PGDip/MBA 2020 programme application via the GIBS website before the deadline.
  3. No bursary application will be reviewed if a concurrent completed Intensive PGDip/MBA 2020 programme application has not been submitted. 
  4. Bursary applications received after the closing date, on 25 August 2020 at 12 PM (Midday), will not be considered.
  5. Feedback in regard to the awarding of the bursary will be provided by the end of September 2020.
  6. All bursary applications received will be reviewed by a committee and the shortlisted candidates will be called in for a follow-up interview.
Click here to apply for this bursary



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