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Bursaries for Culture, Art, and Leadership

Prospective students (Grade 12 learners)

The University recognises culture, art, and leadership achievements obtained in the matric year
(Grade 12).  

NB: An admission point of 30 is a minimum requirement for these bursaries.

Culture, Art and Leadership Bursary Application form (CLOSED)

Application forms can be submitted to Juanita Buitendag, Room N101, George du Toit Building or emailed to 

Please note the closing date is 30 November 

Guaranteed amounts will be paid into the student’s class fee account ± March/April after registration.

Head boys and head girls

Deputy head boys and deputy head girls

Olympiad winners (national level)

Olympiad runners-up (second place) (national level)

Olympiad runners-up (places 3-5) (national level)

Olympiad runners up (places 6-10) (national level)


Expo winners (Gold)

Achievements at international level (individual achievements)

Achievements at national level (individual achievements)

(*R1 750)

(*R1 100)

(*R7 300)

(*R2 440)

(*R2 190)

(*R1 835)

(*R1 835)

(*R1 835)

* Amounts will be adjusted

Prospective students have to apply for Art, Culture and Leadership bursaries on or before 30 November in their Grade 12 year. 

In addition, bursaries may also be considered for other culture, art, and leadership achievements (not specified above and are non-guaranteed).

It is therefore important that you complete your bursary application form in detail. 

Senior and Postgraduate students:

Bursaries for senior students/SRC presidents/SRC vice-presidents are awarded annually on the basis of culture and leadership qualities. Application forms are available at the office of the Dean: Student Affairs, UFS, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300. (The closing date is in October of every year.)

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Office for Student Governance

Student Leadership Development

Student Counselling and Development

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