A call to future entrepreneurs

THE Allan Gray Orbis foundation is calling on future entrepreneurs, to apply to its Foundation Fellowship opening on the 23rd January for Grade 12 learners.

The fellowship is regarded as the most comprehensive and stimulating university Fellowship opportunity in Southern Africa. Its entrepreneurial and personal development programme runs throughout the academic year alongside the Candidate Fellow’s university studies. The Fellowship provides access to university education, which includes comprehensive tertiary financial support to selected students.

The fellowship covers the full cost of university tuition, accommodation, meals, books and tutor allowances. A monthly living stipend and academic support and access to entrepreneurial and personal development programs is also provided. The foundation will also assign business mentors and a potential postgraduate funding for graduated Candidate Fellows with no postgraduate contractual obligations with the Foundation.

Prospects are required to have, a level 5 in Pure Mathematics for Grade 11 final results. Level 6 average for your final Grade 11 results (excluding Life Orientation). A completion of the National Benchmark Test by 30 September 2017 and must be a South Africa citizen under the age of 21 in the year of their application.

To apply visit www.allangrayorbis.org to download an application form, or SMS “Gr12 and your fax number or email address” to 36777. The application closing date is 28 April 2017. More information is available at www.allangrayorbis.org and www.facebook.com/allangrayorbis

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