Cape Wools SA Bursary Application 2022/2023

Cape Wools SA Bursary 2022 for South Africans… How to apply, requirements, eligibility, and Cape Wools SA bursary application closing date 2022/2023.

Are you looking for Companies that offer Bursaries in South Africa? The Cape Wools SA invites an application from suitable and qualified applicants for their bursary program 2022.

Cape Wools SA Bursary 2022 Application Details

Cape Wools SA: Bursaries 2022

Cape Wools SA is inviting students to apply for funding under the “Wool Industry Bursary Trust”, for the 2022 academic year. The Trust was formed to provide financial assistance to students, studying towards qualifications relating to the South African wool industry.


Students who are pursuing studies towards Textile/ Fashion Design and within the Wool Industry, in the wool or sheep direction, are welcome to apply.

Bursaries will be awarded based on academic merit – they are awarded on an annual basis and are reviewed and paid on a six-monthly basis. Bursaries are not automatically renewed each year – students must comply with the Institution’s rules and conditions and submit satisfactory academic results in order to have their bursary renewed.


Students will be required to undertake vacation work for up to 4 weeks per annum, on an active wool farm. Once students have graduated, they must seek employment at an approved farm or organization within the wool or related industry, for 1 year for each year of funding received.

  • You must be a South African citizen
  • You must be studying or intend on studying towards a qualification in the wool industry
  • You must must meet all the admission requirements of the institution
  • Textile or Fashion design tertiary students: you must focus on wool and your final year collection must contain garments made of at least 50% wool
  • Masters degree students: you must focus on wool and its applications
  • Preference will be given to students pursuing studies at an Agricultural College AND tertiary students pursuing fashion and textile design studies
  • Preference will be given to students in their 3rd year of study and onward (Honours/ Masters/ PHD) in a wool or sheep focused direction


Grootfontein Agricultural College students must meet the following minimum criteria:

  • You must intend on specializing in wool (Merino production unit) in your 3rd year of study (if applying for bursary funding for 1st or 2nd year)
  • You must maintain a satisfactory academic record and comply with Grootfontein College’s rules and conditions, to qualify for continuation of bursary funding (access to alternative bursary funding and disciplinary action will also be considered)

The bursary may provide cover for the following expenses (based on the decision of the CWSA):

  • registration fees,
  • tuition fees,
  • accommodation,
  • prescribed books and other study-related materials.




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