WBHO, one of the largest South African construction companies today, is calling on interested parties to apply for its Bursary Programme. Take a few minutes and find out if you qualify to receive bursary support from a leading construction company.
The company was established in 1970 by John Wilson together with Brian Holmes. The original name was Wilson-Holmes Ltd., and after several mergers, the name changed to Wilson Bayly Homes Ltd. until it settled to WBHO Construction in 1996. Backed by a core management group of dedicated professionals, their experience encompasses major construction projects in the Middle East, several Indian Ocean islands and South Africa.
WBHO covers the full spectrum of construction activities which are categorized into three major operating divisions. These include Eathworks, Civil Engineering and Building Construction. Probuild Construction, an Australian subsidiary, operates its headquarters in Melbourne.
WBHO Bursary Programme 2020
WBHO award bursary support to students who are currently pursuing their courses in the following areas of specialization:
- Building Science
- Civil Engineering
- Construction Management
- Quantity Surveying
Important facts about the bursary award:
- Bursars must pass all subjects. Failed subjects will be paid by the student
- Vacation work is required during off-school season
- Student Training in June or July is required
- At the end of the sponsorship, bursars are required to work in the company for a certain period commensurate to years of sponsorship (i.e. 1 year of sponsorship = 1 year of workback)
- Allowance is provided depending on the field of study and current year
Although bursars are to render workback, permanent employment is not guaranteed once the workback period is fulfilled.
Requirements or Eligibility
Applicants who meet the programme’s minimum requirements are encouraged to apply.
- Must be a full-time student
- With an average grade of 60% and above
- Must be pursuing a BSc, BEng, BTech or National Diploma in one of the prescribed courses
- A South African citizen
Selection and shortlisting of candidates will depend on the WBHO’s current and future needs.
How to Apply
Only qualified students can apply for bursary support. Download the application form by clicking the link below:
Make sure all fields are filled out. Use “WBHO Bursary Application – Your full name” in the subject line.
Send your application form via email to: email@example.com
Click the link below to find the programme advert for this particular bursary programme:
Opening and Closing Dates
Application window will close by 30 June 2019
For further questions about this bursary opportunity, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.