The Southern African Wildlife College endeavours to help fund students’ course fees and every year there are limited bursaries and scholarships available. As a donor-funded organisation, we rely on the generosity of others to help us provide this financial support and give these students the opportunity to advance.
Students are required to formally apply for bursary support and are further encouraged to seek funding independently from other organisations.
Top achieving students on the National Certificate in Natural Resource Management are eligible for a limited number of scholarships awarded each year. New students are required to apply for partial bursary support when filling out their course application forms and are also encouraged to seek alternative funding from their organisations or other financial institutions. Our bursary allocation is as follows:
Precious knew she wanted to be a part of what the College stands for from the age of 8 where she saw the community impact the SAWC had on her near by Village. She enrolled in the Youth Access: Bridging course straight out of high school and before even completing the course she applied to the internship programme at the College. She didn’t get the one she expected but was offered a position with the K9 unit and has not looked back since. She loves and continues to be a voice for the voiceless.
We are open from 08h00 to 17h00 Monday to Friday except on public holidays and during semester breaks. Please contact our office during these hours if you have any further questions about funding options.