One of the values that he stood for was the development of people, particularly with regards to education. He advocated that people should not be deprived of quality education due to lack of finance. The BMF calls for applications for this prestigious bursary from interested persons. Who Can Apply? The Bursary is open to first year students (only) who have been accepted to study fulltime degrees in the faculties of Engineering, Science or Commerce at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) and University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (UKZN). Applicants must demonstrate a strong academic commitment and financial need. How to Apply: Interested students must email the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org before 04 February 2015 at 15:00: 1. Full Curriculum Vitae. 2. Motivational Letter (Indicating academic merit and financial need). 3. Acceptance Letter from the Faculty at the listed Institutions. 4. Certified Matric Results. 5. Certified Identity Document. 6. Any Supporting Documents demonstrating financial need. Shortlisted candidates will be called for interviews at BMF House in Rivonia between the 5th and 6th of February 2015. Successful Candidates will be notified and officially awarded at the BMF National Student Chapter’s 100 Days of Office Ceremony in Rosebank, Johannesburg on 09th February 2015. If you do not hear from us within five days from receipt of your application, consider your application unsuccessful.
BMF MADUKE LOT NDLOVU LEGACY TRUST BURSARY 2015
The Maduke Lot Ndlovu Legacy Trust - Bursary Scheme is an initiative of the Black Management Forum to honor the legacy of the late former President Lot Ndlovu. Lot himself gave the BMF R50 000.00 upon his retirement as the president and an active office bearer as a starting capital for empowering students.