BEKA Schréder (Pty) Ltd is Africa's top company for making lighting fixtures and strong fiberglass poles. We're all about creating better lighting by improving how our lights are built and how they shine. We use the latest tech to make smart and eco-friendly lighting that saves energy and money.
We started in Namibia in 1978, a place with really tough weather conditions.
BEKA Schréder (Pty) Ltd offers financial support for one school year. To continue receiving this support in the following years, students must apply again and maintain good grades.
If you get this bursary, you can't get money from any other company unless BEKA Schréder (Pty) Ltd says it's okay in writing.
To get the bursary, you have to agree to the rules and conditions of the program with the organization.
The bursary pays for school-related costs, but only up to a maximum of R75,000. This includes tuition fees, books, a place to stay, and food. If you spend more than this, you'll have to pay the extra.
If you don't finish your program, you might have to give back some or all of the bursary money.
Bursary recipients also have a chance to do work or training during their vacations.
This bursary is for students studying
Requirements and eligibility
South African citizen
Completed Matric or currently in Matric
Studying OR intend to study towards a full –time undergraduate qualification with one of the aforementioned fields of study
You can either apply online here or you can download the form.
This form along with the supporting documents must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. ID document (certified copy)
2. Latest Matric results, if currently in Matric (certified copy)
3. Matric certificate, if completed Matric (certified copy)
4. Proof of acceptance to study at an accredited tertiary institution
5. Motivation letter in support of bursary application
6. Proof of household income
6.1. Certified copies of parent’s payslips
6.2. If parent/s is self-employed a copy of the latest audited financial statements or an affidavit declaring monthly