The Hexagon Trust is situated in Durban, South Africa. It is a charitable non-profit NGO that aims to provide opportunities for students to realise their full educational potential. In addition to this, The Hexagon Trust aims to contribute to the process of educational transformation. The trust provides bursaries to economically disadvantaged students.
The Hexagon Trust Bursary aims to cultivate a conducive environment for South African youth to thrive in their fields of study while making a positive impact. It is gratifying to note that the bursary has enabled over 1700 students who would otherwise have been unable to pursue higher education to do so. These students are now making significant contributions to their communities in various fields.
The bursary provides financial aid for students studying Science, Engineering, and Commerce at the tertiary level. It covers registration, tuition fees, and a book allowance.
The Hexagon Trust is highly relevant to society today, particularly in light of the acute shortage of essential skills such as engineers, scientists, and accountants that the country desperately needs.
Requirements and eligibility
To be eligible to apply for a Hexagon Trust Bursary, applicants must:
Be a South African citizen.
Have registered at a tertiary institution.
Be able to demonstrate financial need.
Be 18 years or older have a strong academic history.
Have a strong academic history.
Must be entering their first year of academic study.
Be committed to developing their community.
How to apply
How do I apply for a bursary?
1. Login or create a profile
Log into the Student Portal with your details, or if you are a new applicant, you must register on the system