Key dates

  • 6 January - 31 March 2021 Annual registration and Examination enrolment
  • 6 January - 30 November 2021 Exemptions
  • 1 April - 20 April 2021 Postponements
  • 17 May - 21 May 2021 May Examinations
  • 17 May - 28 May2021 Illness and Bereavement Postponements
  • 2 July 2021 May Exam Release
  • 2 July - 16 July 2021 Individual Feedback Report
  • 2 July - 31 August 2021 Annual registration and Examination enrolment
  • 6 January - 30 November 2021 Exemptions
  • 1 September - 21 September 2021 Postponements
  • 25 October - 29 October 2021 October Examinations
  • 25 October - 5 November 2021 Illness and Bereavement Postponements
  • 10 December 2021 October Exam Release
  • 10 December - 24 December 2021 Individual Feedback Report
How access leads to success PDF Print E-mail

The Mentor Trust provides funds to give disadvantaged and deserving students access to the study of business skills. We believe that by giving financial assistance in the form of a bursary, we are adding a vital ingredient to a candidate's academic success.

A bursary is a non-repayable grant, not a loan. Bursary funds are intended to assist with a student's education related costs. They are granted on the basis of student's financial need, with consideration given to academic potential.

It is the responsibility of these students to progress from access to success.

Thank you for your interest in applying for a Mentor bursary at the Institute. We grant bursaries on an annual basis to students from all over Southern Africa. (Terms and conditions apply.)

Mentor bursary application form

To apply for a bursary please complete the application form as thoroughly as possible in BLACK INK and send it to:

The Mentorship Department
Mentor Coordinator
P O Box 3146

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Closing date for applications is: 31 January of the year of application for bursaries.

Please consider yourself unsuccessful if you received no correspondence from the Institute relating to this application, by 28 February of the year of application.

NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS (Read these notes carefully before you complete the application form)

  • Please ensure that you read every section and that you provide accurate and comprehensive information.
  • Please attach a passport size photo of yourself to the application form.
  • The Institute will not undertake any responsibility for the safe keeping and/or return of any documents submitted with this application. In your own interest, therefore rather submit legible copies (Certified by a Commissioner of Oaths) of any such documents. Attach certified copies to the back of the application form.
  • A certified copy of any school report (e.g. Grade 10 school leaving certificate, Matric certificate, etc.)
  • An updated official transcript of any post-school academic record or a certified copy of such transcript (where applicable).
  • Copy of identity document.
  • Copies of parent/guardian ID's (if you are a minor).
  • Copies of parent(s)/guardian(s)/(your) salary advice or affidavit if they/you are unemployed.
  • Certified copies of the birth certificates of dependents.
  • Certified copies of proof of loan debts if applicable such as Edu-loan statements, bank loan statements.
  • Certified copy of your Fees account from your tuition provider.
  • Two written testimonials/references (e.g. from employer/ principal of school/ minister of religion).
  • Applications close 31 January of the year of application.
  • Applications that have not reached the Institute by 31 January of the year of application will not be considered.
  • Clearly mark your choice with a cross in the appropriate block if you are applying for a bursary.
  • Bursaries will only be allocated for the year following the one in which the application was received.
  • Please sign at the end of your application in the space provided.