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Students can apply for Sasol bursaries
Students who want to enter the energy and chemical industry.
“Sasol is looking for talented people who are ambitious and eager to embark on a career with significant opportunities,” said Ms Monica Luwes from Sasol’s Corporate Graduate Services.
The company’s bursary scheme is recognised as one of the largest and most competitive offers in South Africa and boasts an all-inclusive package.
This covers all tuition fees, as well as providing the possibility for payed vacation work from the second year and an opportunity to work for the company upon graduation.
Students interested in becoming artisans and technical specialists can apply to Sasol’s 36 month learnership programme, which will see students become qualified artisans at the company.
The learnership programme exposes students to theoretical and practical training.
This will equip them to work at Sasol and to consider opportunities beyond the company.
It will further diversify the South African technical skills pool.
“Pupils need to realise the impact of their subject choices and why it is important to excel in mathematics and science.
“The intensity of their dedication at school can shape their future.
“Education and effort will open doors,” said Ms Luwes.
Sasol is active in initiatives which support excellence in education.
On a national level these contribute significantly towards a stable country, a stable domestic economy and a stable social structures.
“On an individual level, Sasol’s specific investments in the areas of mathematics and science are keys to people realising their potential,” said Ms Luwes
Sasol invested R40,8 million in bursaries last year with the focus primarily on developing skills in science, technology and engineering.
The company currently has 585 undergraduate and post graduate bursars.
For more information, contact 0860 010 6235.