Association for Educational Transformation

The Association for Educational Transformation (ASSET), a non-profit organisation situated in the Western Cape was founded in January 2003. The organisation previously operated under the wing of the SAIRR (South African Institute of Race Relations), with a longstanding history of assisting disadvantaged students with their educational needs.

As a way of giving back to the disadvantaged community, ASSET have a bursary programme to allow students to pursue their studies who lack the funds to pay for their tuition. Funding is received from not only local and national donors, but also international donors.

Association for Educational Transformation South Africa
Sep 16, 2020
Grants - Awards - Bursaries
Each year ASSET award bursaries to students pursuing their first higher certificate/ diploma/ degree qualification in  ANY field of study , at a University or University of Technology within the Western Cape (University of Cape Town/ University of the Western Cape/ University of Stellenbosch/ Cape Peninsula University of Technology). The partial bursary does not cover all expenses – it is variable and will cover a percentage of registration fees, tuition fees and books. Students must apply for other loans or bursaries to cover the balance of their fees.  MORE ABOUT THE BURSARY PROGRAMME – SERVICE CONTRACT & SELECTION Bursaries will support students for the entire duration of their undergraduate studies, on condition that they maintain good grades. Students must reapply for funding each year. ASSET bursaries are not repayable, but bursary recipients should join the ASSET Alumni Association and occasionally assist with other programmes or in...