A. Shoprite Bursaries can range from R45 000 to R70 000, depending on the course of study and institution. The company aims to ensure that the bursary value covers tuition, books, as well as an allowance for accommodation.
A. Shoprite's first priority will always be to pay for your tuition and books. Any surplus funds available from the amount allocated will be paid to the bursary holder in monthly installments. You can then choose to use these funds to assist with the payment of your rental should you not be in Residence on campus.
A. For every year that you have a bursary, you will be required to work back a year. If you should leave the employ of Shoprite before completing your work back obligations, you will be required to pay the company back a pro rata amount.
A. Every module failed will have to be repeated at your own expense. Your bursary will be suspended, not cancelled and you can reapply to be admitted to the programme once you have passed the failed module.
A. Yes, provided it is reflected on the fee statement and does not exceed the value of the bursary awarded.
A. You will continue to be an employee of the group, with the potential prospect of growing your career in the group.