ADSA Bursary is offered by the Association For Diabetics In South Africa (ADSA) to undergraduate diabetics applicants. All applications for the ADSA bursary must be recieved before or on 1 December 2022. Late applications do not get attended to.
The main objective of the bursary is to offer disadvantaged individuals who may not have otherwise had an opportunity to study dietetics.
ADSA Bursary Eligibility Criteria
In order for your 2023 bursary application to be considered by ADSA, you must meet the following criteria:
- You must be in or have completed first year dietetics (must not be in second year of study yet). Postgraduate applicants (MSc and PhD) are not eligible for this bursary.
- You must be able to demonstrate financial neediness by the income of both parents or proof of lack thereof.
- You must possess passion for food science and health issues shown by a motivation letter written by the student.
- Possess leadership skills demonstrated by participation at school.
- Must be a South African Citizen. Will be required to work in SA for at least the same time duration as that covered by the ADSA bursary (excluding community service year), and must be an active member of ADSA at their local branch for the same period.
What Does ADSA Bursary Cover?
Successful applicants who get granted the bursary will have the following cost paid for by ADSA:
- Accommodation and
- Books up to a prescribed amount per year
Bursary funds get paid directly into your institution account where the bursar is enrolled. The bursary is extended for the 3 remaining years of your study.
How To Apply?
All applications need to be submitted onlone via ADSA Bursary Application 2023 The closing date for all applications is 1 December 2023.