David Morrison Bursaries 2024-2025
The David Morrison Bursary offers financial assistance to talented students pursuing studies in health science and healthcare fields. These bursaries are aimed at providing support to students who show academic excellence and demonstrate financial need. The bursary is managed through the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) in Johannesburg.
The David Morrison Bursary covers various fields within health science and healthcare. Some of the fields included are:
- Fitness Studies
- Biomedical Science
- Biomedical Technology
- Health Care
- Health Science
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- South African citizenship
- A valid ID document
- Matric certification
- Proof of financial need
- Academic excellence
- Proficiency in English
- Letter of acceptance from a University or Higher Learning Institute
- Passion for the chosen field of study
- A short essay detailing interests and reasons for application
- Recommendation letters are preferred but not mandatory
- The David Morrison bursary application forms are not available online.
- Interested candidates should enquire and collect the application form from the University of Witwatersrand’s campus career center.
- Completed applications, along with all required documents, should be submitted back to the University.
For inquiries, applicants can contact:
- The Scholarship Office, University of Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, Wits, 2050, Johannesburg.
- Currently, there is no specific closing date for these bursaries. Applications can be submitted throughout the year.
Candidates interested in these bursaries should have a genuine passion for working in health care, with qualities like compassion, empathy, patience, and integrity. It’s important to note that careers in these fields can be emotionally and physically demanding.
Applicants are advised to ensure that all documents are certified and the application is completed in full. For more information, candidates can also visit the financial center and campus career center at the University of Witwatersrand.