Whether you run a small or a large bursary or scholarship programme, chances are this is a significant investment for your organization? Your investment will be far more than rands and cents – bursary and scholarship holders often require nurturing, psycho-social support, mentoring and sometimes extended academic support to pass their university courses.
SAGEA is planning to update our Bursary and Scholarship benchmarking data, last gathered in 2017. Don’t miss this opportunity to find out more about:
- The main reasons organisations are offering bursaries
- Funding provided for tuition and accommodation – what are the numbers?
- Other funding or support provided
- Vacation Employment
- Where and how bursars are sourced
- Requirements to get and keep a bursary
- Managing relationships and the development of bursars
- Challenges and opportunities in the bursary and scholarship space
We will be gathering data from participating employers and foundations between 15 September and 06 October 2021.
To participate in our benchmarking exercise and receive a detailed report on our findings, please register your interest here.