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South Africa: Bursaries for Gauteng Youngsters to Study in Cuba
Source: www.sanews.gov.za
Source Date: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Country: South Africa
Created: Jun 27, 2013

Applicants must have passed Matric with minimum medical university entry requirements of level 4 in Physical Science, Mathematics, Life Sciences and English; be South African citizens and permanently residing in Gauteng; be between the ages of 18 and 25 years and must be already registered at Nursing Colleges and Higher Education Institutions in their third year of study.
However, those who have obtained a tertiary qualification will not be considered.
The Department explained that it will fully fund a limited number of successful applicants to study medicine in Cuba.
“Successful applicants will sign a bursary contract prior to the departure to Cuba with the department to serve/work for the same number of years as the duration of study in Cuba and South Africa.”
The opportunity is also available to applicants whose parents are in a position to pay tuition fees for medical training in Cuba.
Interested youngsters can obtain a bursary application form from the Gauteng Department of Health 78 Fox Street, 9th floor, Old Standard Bank Building, Johannesburg.
The application forms are also available at the Human Resource Units of the following Hospitals: Dr George Mukhari Academic, Steve Biko Academic, Chris Hani Academic, Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic, Sebokeng, Natalspruit, Tembisa, Tambo, Leratong and Dr Yusuf Dadoo.
Two certified copies of the following documents must be included with the application form: Curriculum Vitae (CV); Birth Certificate (of applicant and all dependants of the parents); Identification document (applicant and parents/guardian); Passport (if available); National Certificate (statements of results for 2012 matriculants will be accepted); Proof of registration from the University (if currently registered).
Other certified documents; Academic record (progress report) from the University; Proof of income of both parents or guardians (sworn affidavits for those without proof of income) as well as proof of residence in the form of utility bill or account registered in parents’ or guardian’s name.
All completed applications are to be hand delivered to: The Directorate: Professional Development (attention: Yvonne Skosana) at 78 Fox Street, 9th Floor, The Old Standard Bank Building, Marshalltown, Johannesburg.
The closing date for applications is 28 June 2013. For more information on the bursary, call Yvonne Skosana on 011 298 2328/2334 or M Motaung on 011 298 2484.
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