Sibanye-Stillwater is a multinational mining and metals processing Group with a diverse portfolio of mining and processing operations and projects and investments across five continents. The Group is also one of the foremost global PGM auto catalytic recyclers and has interests in leading mine tailings retreatment operations.
Sibanye-Stillwater has established itself as one of the world’s largest primary producers of platinum, palladium, and rhodium and is also a top tier gold producer. It produces other PGMs, such as iridium and ruthenium, along with chrome, copper and nickel as by-products. The Group has recently begun to build and diversify its asset portfolio into battery metals mining and processing and is increasing its presence in the circular economy by growing and diversifying its recycling and tailings reprocessing operations globally.
These competitive bursaries assist students in preparing for employment and quickly advancing to senior-level roles. Sibanye Stillwater is dedicated to providing students with the chance to start their careers with them and believes that education can improve workplace readiness.
Bursaries are available for the following degree programmes:
BSc Mining Engineering
BSc Mechanical Engineering
BSc Electrical Engineering
BSc Metallurgical Engineering
BSc Chemical Engineering
Requirements and eligibility
The following eligibility requirements must be met by applicants for the Sibanye-Stillwater undergraduate bursary:
Must be South African citizens
Must be under 21 years old during their first year of study or under 23 years old during their second year of study
Must be studying or intending to study full-time towards a degree at a recognized South African university that is acceptable to Sibanye-Stillwater
Must provide proof of academic results for grade 11 and progress in grade 12, or possess a grade 12 exemption certificate with acceptable symbols, or provide tertiary results
Must have the intention to study for a bachelor's degree full-time in the year following the application
Must have been accepted by the university for the degree course as recorded on the bursary application form.
How to apply
To find out how to apply for the Sibanye Stillwater Bursary Programme, contact:
THE SIBANYE-STILLWATER ACADEMY
Tel: +27 11 752 1145