The South African Council for English Education (SACEE) was founded in 1955. The South African Council for English Education's mission is to support teaching and learning of the English language, by encouraging, promoting and maintaining the improvement of spoken and written English in South Africa. The SACEE Norah Taylor bursary (SACEE bursary) is intended for will be awarded to qualified, practicing teachers (minimum M+3) and with no less than 4 years teaching experience.
The bursary is intended for teachers who would like to further their studies in one of the following fields:
English Teaching (first or second language)
Shortlisted candidates may be required to attend an interview at their closest SACEE branch (at their own expense).
Requirements and eligibility
Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
South African citizen
Completed Matric/ Grade 12 year
Intend on studying within one of the aforementioned fields of study (correspondence/ part-time/ full-time) (see ‘about’ above)
Intend on studying at an educational institution within South Africa
Are a qualified teacher with a minimum M+3 AND Have a minimum of 4 years teaching experience
How to apply
Application forms (click here for the FORM) must be completed and sent with supporting documents (see below) to one of the following:
posted to Director of Bursaries, SACEE, P O Box 12971, Queenswood, 0121, Pretoria