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Bursaries for engineering faculties

AERONAUTICAL & AEROSPACE ENGINEERING BURSARIES FOR 2018 & 2019

Aerospace engineers develop aircraft and spacecrafts. This sector of engineering is divided into 2 branches: astronautical engineering and aeronautical engineering
The average Aeronautical Engineer earns approximately R330 000/ annum.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BURSARIES FOR 2018 & 2019

Chemical Engineers use chemical processes to find new ways to produce goods, from pharmaceuticals to textiles and even food. To work within this sector, you will need basic project management experience and can expect to earn between R280 000 and R500 000/ annum depending on years within the field.

CIVIL ENGINEERING BURSARIES FOR 2018 & 2019

Civil Engineers oversee the construction of major infrastructures such as railways, highways, bridges, skyscraper buildings and water reservoirs. Skills within this sector include: Windows NT/200/XP Networking and project management. Civil engineers earn an average of R310 000/ annum.

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING BURSARIES FOR 2018 & 2019

Construction engineers deal with the design, planning, management and construction of major infrastructures, including buildings, bridges, airports, tunnels, roads, railroads, dams, facilities and the like. Construction engineering is a sub-division of the Civil Engineering sector.
The average income for a construction engineer in South Africa, is around R330 000/ annum (depending on years experience).

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING BURSARIES FOR 2018 & 2019

Electrical Engineering is made up of 2 parts: macro engineering, which involves the design of major projects; such as power grids for a city or roller coasters in an amusement park, and micro engineeringwhich focuses on the design of smaller projects; such as a cars airbag sensors or digital cameras and MP3 players.
Skills associated with this engineering sector are: visual basic and project management. Electrical engineers with less than 10 years experience will earn around R350 000/ annum.

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING BURSARIES FOR 2018 & 2019

Electronics engineering deals with the design of electronic circuits, microcontrollers, microprocessors and other devices by way of active and non-linear electrical components.
Electronics engineering is part of the electrical engineering sector and professionals within this sector receive an average annul income of R350 000.

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Updated: January 21, 2018 — 3:02 pm

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