Southern African Wildlife College

Bursary Support

Higher and Advanced Certificate Programmes

The Southern African Wildlife College endeavours to find funding for its Wildlife Area Management certificate programme students. As such, students may apply for available bursaries. 

In order for a student to apply for bursary support, they will be required to complete the bursary application section in the course application form. In this section, the student will need to state the funds that they are able to contribute towards the course fees. (Either through their employer or in their personal capacity). 

The bursary application would then be for the balance of the subsidised tuition fee amount. Students requiring bursary support are also encouraged to apply independently to funding organisations in their home country or internationally as the number of bursaries available depend on donor funding.

National Certificates and Learnerships

Bursaries are made available depending on donor support.

Skills Programmes and Short Courses

Organisations and individuals pay for themselves; unless otherwise stated, bursaries are not available.

Youth Access: Conservation and Environmental Education Bridging Course

Limited bursaries are awarded to successful candidates to cover course fees and include the costs of accommodation, meals, and training at the College.

 
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