Allan Gray Orbis Foundation

The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation was founded by Allan Gray in 2005 out of his dream to create a sustainable contribution to the country, by helping students who are the future entrepreneurs of Southern Africa.

The Foundation receives its funding from the donation of Allan Gray Limited’s taxed profits. The Foundation currently operates in 4 countries across Africa, namely South Africa; Namibia; Swaziland and Botswana.

The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellowship programme aims to provide funding for students to study at university level, as well as providing support and development for those who demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset.

Allan Gray Orbis Foundation South Africa
Oct 02, 2020
Grants - Awards - Bursaries
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation award up to 100 fellowships every year, to deserving students within the following fields: Matric students: Engineering Law Commerce Science Humanities Arts Health Science (excluding Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science) 1st and 2nd year students: Engineering Law Commerce Science Humanities Arts Health Science (excluding Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science)  ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME – COVERAGE VALUE & SELECTION PROCESS The following study related expenses are covered by the fellowship award: tuition fees, prescribed books, accommodation at university residence, meals, monthly living stipend, tutor allowance. Students also receive academic support, mentorship and access to a personal development and entrepreneurial programme. Matric students:  shortlisted candidates will be contacted and required to attend an interview in August or...