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The South Africa International Maritime Institute Internship Program application has kicked off in earnest for young South African persons. Therefore, The South Africa International Maritime Institute invites students to apply for Bursary Programme 2024.

If you are a fresh, young South African graduate looking out for an opportunity to meet and work alongside great minds in your field, then why not jump on this and start your journey to a dream-come-through. South Africa International Maritime Institute Internship Program is designed to help graduates on the Bachelor’s level that wants to do or experience internship just before starting out in life on their own.

Details of South Africa International Maritime Institute Internship 2023

Bursary Application Closing Date: 28 February 2024

The South Africa International Maritime Institute (SAIMI), is inviting students to apply for the Sindiswa Carol ‘Tu’ Nhlumayo Merit Bursary, for the 2024 academic year.

The bursary will be awarded to Black female students, for studies towards a maritime-related qualification (at Undergraduate, Honours, Masters or PhD level), to help them achieve success in oceans economy careers.

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The bursary will provide full cover for the following expenses: tuition fees, textbooks, as well as a subsidized accommodation and meal allowance. Bursary recipients will also have the opportunity to attend SAIMI-hosted conferences and selected local maritime events, as well as to partake in organised bodies in maritime and science.

Requirements

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):
Undergraduate students:

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • You must be between 17 and 25 years old
  • You must be a female student
  • You must be from a previously disadvantaged, designated group (this includes Black Africans, Coloureds and Indians, according to the definition of the Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2003)
  • You must have completed Matric or you must be currently in Matric
  • You must be studying or provisionally accepted to study towards a full-time Maritime-related undergraduate qualification
  • You must be studying or provisionally accepted to study at an accredited tertiary institution in South Africa
  • You must have achieved a minimum overall average of 70%, if currently studying (academic progress will be considered)
  • You must achieved A and B symbols in Matric
  • You must fall within the “missing middle” financial category (your parents must earn between R350 000 and R600 000 per year)

Honours and Masters students:

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • You must be a female student
  • You must be from a previously disadvantaged, designated group (this includes Black Africans, Coloureds and Indians, according to the definition of the Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2003)
  • You must be studying towards a Maritime-related qualification
  • You must be studying at an accredited tertiary institution in South Africa
  • You must have completed at least 1 year of study (academic progress will be considered)
  • You must have achieved a minimum overall average of 70% at Undergraduate level and a minimum overall average of 65% at Honours level
  • You must fall within the “missing middle” financial category (your parents must earn between R350 000 and R600 000 per year)

PhD students:

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • You must be a female student
  • You must be from a previously disadvantaged, designated group (this includes Black Africans, Coloureds and Indians, according to the definition of the Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2003)
  • You must be studying towards a Maritime-related qualification
  • You must be studying at an accredited tertiary institution in South Africa
  • You must have completed at least 1 year of study (academic progress will be considered)
  • You must have achieved a minimum overall average of 60% on completion of your Master’s degree
  • You must fall within the “missing middle” financial category (your parents must earn between R350 000 and R600 000 per year)

How to apply

Download the relevant application form:
SAIMI Bursary Application Form 2024 (Undergraduate student) (.pdf)
SAIMI Bursary Application Form 2024 (Honours or Masters student) (.pdf)
SAIMI Bursary Application Form 2024 (PhD student) (.pdf)

Note: please ensure that you read and agree to all the terms and conditions on the bursary application form before applying.
Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation along with your completed application form (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application may be disqualified):
Undergraduate students:

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • Matric certificate, if completed Matric (certified copy)
  • Most recent results, if currently in Matric (certified copy)
  • Academic transcript, if currently studying (certified copy)
  • Provisional letter of acceptance from tertiary institution (on institutions letterhead)
  • Official quotation for tuition fees and textbooks, if already registered (on institutions letterhead) (if you have not registered, you must submit this after registration)
  • Parents or guardians ID documents or death certificate if deceased (certified copies)
  • Parents or guardians proof of household income (payslips if employed, affidavit if unemployed, proof of pension or grant if applicable)
  • Motivational letter (maximum 500 words)

Honours and Masters students:

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • All relevant qualifications and academic transcripts (certified copies)
  • Provisional letter of acceptance from tertiary institution (on institutions letterhead)
  • Official quotation for tuition fees and textbooks, if already registered (on institutions letterhead)
  • Parents or guardians ID documents or death certificate if deceased (certified copies)
  • Parents or guardians proof of household income (payslips if employed, affidavit if unemployed, proof of pension or grant if applicable)
  • Motivational paper on one of these research topics (.pdf) (maximum 800 words)

PhD students:

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • All relevant qualifications and academic transcripts (certified copies)
  • Provisional letter of acceptance from tertiary institution (on institutions letterhead)
  • Official quotation for tuition fees and textbooks, if already registered (on institutions letterhead)
  • Parents or guardians ID documents or death certificate if deceased (certified copies)
  • Parents or guardians proof of household income (payslips if employed, affidavit if unemployed, proof of pension or grant if applicable)
  • Motivational paper on one of these research topics (.pdf) (maximum 800 words)
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