South African Institution of Civil Engineering

The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE), founded in 1903, is a society of approximately 8000 members, of not just civil engineers but also technologists and technicians.

The institute was originally founded as the Cape Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE), but later in 1910 it changed names to the South African Society of Civil Engineers (SASCE) and again in 1948 when it became the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE).

Members of the SAICE plan, provide and maintain all infrastructure which is used in daily activities of modern society.

South African Institution of Civil Engineering Halfway House, Midrand, South Africa
Jul 29, 2019
Grants - Awards - Bursaries
The SPEBS (SAICE Patrons Engineering Bursary Scheme) bursary scheme was founded in 1992 and is administered by the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, to financially assist academically deserving students. Bursaries will be awarded to those studying towards a  Civil Engineering  Degree or National Diploma.  The bursary fund is currently awarded to a maximum value of R6 500 per student/ semester – this funding is intended to assist students with paying for registration fees, tuition and prescribed books. Successful candidates will receive feedback during March or September, when they will be required to provide certified proof of registration.  ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered): South African citizen Studying towards a Civil Engineering...