Author Topic: South Africa: AIMS Full-time Bursary Scheme in Logistics Management  (Read 3315 times)


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AIMS offers a full bursary to qualify a student to study BCOM Logistics Management at a South African University. Applicants for this bursary will need to be strong in English, Mathematics and Science, and have a strong interest in logistics. The bursary includes mentorship and vacation work.

Education & Requirements:
o Applicants must be in possession of a grade 12 exemption certificate or first year student studying towards BCom Logistics
o Applicants can be in possession of BCom Logistics first year results, registered as second year
students studying towards BCom Logistics.
o High achiever
o South African Citizen that reside in the Gauteng area
o BEE candidate (preferably female)
o Preferably from a disadvantaged background

Contractual requirements:
o The student is expected to enter into a contractual agreement with AIMS (PTY) Ltd.
o This agreement contains all the general provisions related to the bursary, including a service
binding clause compelling the student on completion of the qualification to enter and remain in the
company, AIMS (PTY) Ltd, for a minimum of 12 months for every year of study in which a bursary
was paid out to the student.

This bursary scheme includes:
- all tuition fees
- accommodation fees, if staying at university residence or around
- books
- small monthly allowance
The fees for related expenses such as books are paid directly to the student, while class fees are paid to the educational institution except in the case where the student has already paid in advance. Where the student has been paid directly, receipts for outlays will be required.

Applications to be submitted to the Human Resources Department, on fax number (011) 397 5023 or email: All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
If you do not get an answer within two weeks after closing date of advert, regard your
application as unsuccessful.

Closing date for applications: 28 FEBRUARY 2011

Source: AIMS Bursary Scheme in Logistics Management for South African, South Africa

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