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Bursaries and Awards

Various bursaries are available for students to study at University or Universities of Technology.
Financial Assistance to study
  • Bachelor of Science : Geomatics
  • Bachelor of Science : Surveying
  • National Diploma : Surveying and Cartography
Definitions Terms
Loan has a defined interest rate and is fully repayable plus interest
Fund may be structured like a scholarship or bursary
Bursary usually repaid in kind by working for the organisation for as many years as you have the bursary. Usually covers full fees, and often many other expenses
  Scholarship usually on the basis of academic merit or economic need – mostly non repayable but there may be certain conditions which must be met
  Awards offered to the best student .... see further details at bottom of page
Funds Administered by the South African Council for Professional and Technical Surveyors (PLATO)
Contact the following for the bulleted funds below: The Registrar, PO BOX 83018 South Hills 2136, tel: 011- 6261040 : fax 011- 6262007.
MIG Sulter Memorial Fund - tuition only 1 year, renewable, 4 years max. tenure
Aubrey Simpson Bursary - tuition only 1 year renewable, 4 years max. tenure
CCLS Bursary               - tuition + R500 1 year, renewable, 4 years max. tenure
War Memorial Bursary
  Tuition only 1 year, renewable, 4 years max. tenure
  Members/dependants of members of the armed forces or dependants of Land Surveyors. Must eventually register as a Professional Land Surveyor else bursary reverts to a loan.
  PLATO Development Fund
1 year, renewable, 4 years max. tenure
SA Citizens. Proven financial need. Degree must be completed, otherwise bursary converts to a loan. All years.
  Communicare: Zerilda Steyn Loan Fund
  • R5000 pa 1 year renewable
  • The Managing Director, Communicare, PO BOX 259, Cape Town, 8000
  • SA citizens, preference to Western Cape residents
Department of Rural Development and Land Reform Bursary The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform is currently offering bursaries to students who are South African citizens to study in one of the following field:
  • National Diploma in Surveying
  • National Diploma in Cartogaphy
  • National Diploma in Town and Regional Planning
The bursary covers registration and university fees, accomodation fees, book allowance, meals and living allowance.
Tertiary institutions that offer the qualifications are

*• BURSARY OPPORTUNITIES 2012
*• Surveying / Geomatics / Town and Regional Planning
*• Closing date - 31 October 2011
Department of Water Affairs and Forestry Bursary
  • 4 or 5 year tenure
  • Contact: Ms ED Magaigou or Mr MF Thahtsha, Dept Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X313, Pretoria, 0001. Tel 012-3367405 Fax 012-3368846
  CETA: Construction Education and Training Authority
  • The Bursary Office, Construction Education and Training Authority, P.O. Box 1955, Halfway House,1685
  • Tel: 011 265 5900, Fax: 011 265 5924/5
Western Cape Provincial Administration Bursary Included may be registration, tuition, residence and prescribed materials/books. Preference to persons who:
  • Permanently reside in the Western Cape
  • Study at an accredited Higher Education Institution outside the Western Cape due to the inability to obtain such a registration within the Province
  • Are historically disadvantaged individuals and/or
  • Study those fields that are recognised as scarce fields within the Dept
  • The Dept retains the right to the services of the bursar for vacation employment and post qualification employment according to a forma agreement.
  • Mail: The Assistant Manager: Tertiary Education Component: Education, Development and Training, Dept of Transport and Public Works, Private Bag X9185, Cape Town, 8000
  • email javeeden@pawc.wcape.gov.za
  • telephone: 021- 4834203 or fax 021- 4832019
  Eskom Bursary
  • Registration, tuition, residence and allowance
  • 1 year renewable
  • Contact: Student Development Manager, PO Box 1091, Johannesburg, 2000
  • Year for year service contract, SA citizens only, compulsory vacation training, All years.
City of Cape Town Bursary
  • Registration, tuition
  • Contact: Mr Mpendu on (021) 400 2696 or fax (021) 400 2104
  • Application forms only from August from all Metropolitan Local Council offices and CMC Office.
Transnet Bursary
  • Tuition and Residence and Allowance 1 year renewable
  • contact The Manager, Transnet Bursaries, PO BOX 23200, Joubert Park, 2044
  • SA citizens, year-for-year service contract and vacation training
University of Cape Town Scholarships and Bursaries
  • Entrance scholarships are available to new first year students based on merit for Matriculation. No applications are required, this is determined from your application form
  • Sports scholarships are available to new first year students who have represented their country at national school level. Send your sports CV and a list of references to : The Director, Sports and Recreation, UCT, Private Bag, Rondebosch, 7701
  • Various other bursaries are offered which may be general to BSc in the Engineering Faculty, or specific to Geomatics. A bursary booklet is available from UCT Administration, UCT, Private Bag, Rondebosch, 7701 detailing all bursaries offered. Look at the following Sections: All Faculties, Engineering and Science.
Institute of Race Relations
  • Contact Mr Dennis Venter S.A Institute of Race Relations Bursary Dept P.O.Box 32597 Braamfontein 2017
  • S.A Citizens for study at an Academic Institution in S.A for first degrees only
  • Minimum D aggregate for school leaving and 50% aggregate for previous academic study
  • Academic merit, financial need and the requirements of various donors are required
 
Educational Loans / Bursaries / Scholarships
  • Interest free loans and scholarships are available with various terms and conditions.
  • One application form for all
 
Tobias van der Spuy Scholarship
  • Academic scholarship, non repayable
  • Minimum requirements: B aggregate Maths HG and Science HG for matric.
  • S.A. Citizens only.
  In addition to the above bursaries, prospective candidates should contact the following organisations as bursaries are sometimes, but not always, offered by them:
  • Local Municipalities
  • Local firms of Professional Surveyors
  Bank Loans Student loans at preferential rates are offered by most leading banks. Repayment period is year for year.
Awards
All these prizes are only awarded to the best student from all the Universities of Technology and applied for by the Lecturer.
  Optron Award (R5000)
Best student in ND Surveying (or ND Cartography) (S1 - S4 all subjects)
  GeoSystems Africa Award (R1000) and VI Instruments Trophy
Best First Year student in ND Surveying (or ND Cartography)
  Smarttech Award (R1000)
Best student in Surveying 1 and Surveying 2
   

Bursary Department

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Mr Bayo Osesusi (Bursar)

A brief History of the Creation, Past and Current Leadership of the Department:
The Department was established in 1982 at the inception of the University. Mr. F.A. Adeniyi became the first substantive Bursar of the University in 1988. Thus, he was in the saddle between 1988 and 1997 before he proceeded on his pre-retirement leave on 16th April, 1996. Between this time and 17th April, 2001 when the current Bursar, Mrs. F.M. Fapohunda assumed duty, the Department was administered by various officers. Mrs. F.M. Fapohunda resumed in April 2001 as the 2nd substantive Bursar of the University.

General Information on the Framework and Services of the Department:
The Department is currently structured into eight Divisions with each of the Divisions headed by competent and qualified professionals as follows:
1. Salaries, Pensions and Advances (SPA)
2. Self Accounting Programmes (SAP)
3. Stores and Purchases
4. Investment and Administration Unit (I & A)
5. Accounting Services (AS)
6. Management Services (MS)
7. Treasury Services (TS)
8. Students Services (SS)
The details about each division and their areas of operations are given below:
Salaries, Pensions and Advances: This division has three units within it; Loans and Advances Unit, Payroll Unit, Fixed Assets Unit and the System Unit. The areas of operations of the division are:
Preparation of staff salaries and pensions of retired staff
Preparation of Part-Time Lecturers’ honoraria
The Fixed Asset Unit is concerned with keeping records of movements in the University Fixed Assets.
Keeping of records of personal loans, Car loans, housing loans for concerned members of staff.
The System Unit has complementary work to Payroll Unit in the preparation of payroll.
Self-Accounting Programmes: This division takes charge of programmes which are Self-Accounting and also make contribution to the internally generated revenue of the University. Such programmes are Sandwich, Pre-degree, Diploma, Part-Time, Affiliate Colleges. The division also sees to the:-
Issuing of receipts for fees paid by students
Preparation of honoraria due to lecturers of the programmes
Keeping of financial records of students.
Purchasing and Supplies: This division has two major units. The Units are: Purchasing and Supplies Unit and Central Stores. The duties of the divisions are:
Procuring materials needed by the University through the use of LPO or through Purchase advances for items that cannot be bulk-purchased.
It carries out regular price survey and issues performance report on supplies on quarterly basis.
Keeping records for goods received into the stores and goods issued to the various departments through Combined Receipts and Issued Vouchers (CRIVs).
Investment and Administration Unit: This Unit takes care of all administrative matters like staff leave, maintenance of Departmental vehicles etc. It also manages the investment portfolio of the University like:
Purchase of shares
Short term fixing of excess liquidity
Placement of endowment funds in fixed deposit
Pursuing dividends/interest from companies where the University has its investment
Updating Investment Register.
Management Services Division: This is the division that provides financial information necessary for decision-making by the management. It has within its Budget, Research and Statistics Unit, Expenditure Control Unit and Cash Advance Unit. The duties of the division include the following:
Preparation of the University’s budget in conjunction with Academic Planning Unit of the Vice-Chancellor’s Office.
Preparation Payment Vouchers for recurrent expenses, capital project; cash advances for purchases and touring allowances.
Control of expenditure using approved budget.
Treasury Services Division: This is the division that is in charge of collecting the revenues accruing to the University and ensures payments of approved expenses. There are two units within the division. The Cash Office Unit and the Bank Reconciliation Unit. It is the duty of the Treasury Services Division to:
Receive all revenues and acknowledge same by issuing of receipts.
Lodge revenues collected into appropriate University accounts.
Ensure that all approved payments to individuals and bursary awards to students are paid without any hitch.
Keep records (Cash Book) for revenues collected and payment made.
Reconcile the financial operations of the University with Bank Statements on monthly basis to ensure that the records are in order.
Students’ Services Division: This division deals with the financial records of all students. It has within it an accountant for each faculty and the postgraduate school. The division performs the following functions:
It ensures that students pay the approved fees and issues receipts for the payments.
It monitors deductions of fees from staff that want their children/ward fees paid through their salaries on instalmental basis.
It keeps ledger for every student through which information related to fees defaulters can be extracted.
It produces fees analysis report that aids transfer of funds to their respective heads e.g Health Centre fees, Library fees etc.
General Information on the Organs and Activities of the Department
Recruitment/Training of Staff
The Senior Staff Cadre in the Bursary was upgraded by the recruitment of three Chartered Accountants in year 2002 (bringing the number of Chief Accountant in the Department to five) to beef up the quality and quantity of accounting staff in the department. In year 2005, twenty Clerical Officers were also recruited. The staffs on ground were encouraged to study for professional examinations. This led to the sponsorship of interested members for professional training, retraining and development e.g ICAN examinations, Mandatory and Continuous Professional Education (MCPE) and other relevant courses. Two other members of staff have since obtained their professional qualifications.
Posting of Accountants to the Faculties
One of the improvements brought by the current Bursar was the posting of Bursary Staff to the various faculties. Before now, all the staff of the Bursary Department were confined to the administrative block and when students resume, the whole block was always taken over by students leading them to patronize staff and non-staff for favours which also lead to extortion of the students. The posting of accounting staff to faculties has changed the situation as there is no more congregations of so many students at a place. The students now know and have personal relationships with Bursary staff at the faculties. The department is also able to render good and efficient services to the students thus reducing students’ unrest. However, the relationship between the Bursary staff, faculties and departments would need to be deepened for utmost utilization of the Bursary staff who have been trained to render professional services.
Ranks, Status, Qualification, Telephone and E-mail Address of Schedule Officers:
S/N
NAME
RANK/POSTITON
QUALIFICATION
TELEPHONE
E-MAIL
1.
F.M. FAPOHUNDA (MRS)
BURSAR
B.SC(OWERRI), MBA(FUTA) ACCA, FCA
08034714778
bursar@unadportal.com
fmfapohunda@yahoo.com
2.
D.A. OSESUSI
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
HND (OWO), B.SC (OWERRI), MBA (FUTA), FCA
08030719526/
08091482748
davis4osesusi@yahoo.com
3.
A.K. BODUNRIN
ASST. CHIEF SUPPLIES OFFICER
B.SC (HONS), MBA, MCIPSMN, PGDFM
08035520905
bodunrintony@yahoo.com
4.
A.TITILOYE-OWOLABI
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
B.SC, M.ED, ACA
08025689354
Titiowo80@yahoo.com
5.
J.A. OLANIYAN
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
HND (IBADAN) B.SC (ADO) ACA
08037803240

6.
F.B. ALONGE
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
HND (ADO), B.SC (HONS) (EKPOMA), PGDFM, MBA, AMNIM, ACA
08033755210
funmibukky@yahoo.com
7.
D.O. BELLO
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT
HND, B.SC, PGDFM, MBA, CAN
08065877500/
08056296210
Bello-ruth@yahoo.com
8.
R.O. OLA
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT
HND, MBA
08064474122
Richola06@yahoo.com
BURSARY SENIOR STAFF AND THEIR RANKS
S/N
NAMES
RANK/POSI
QUALIFICATION
TELEPHONE
E-MAIL
1.
APATA B.A
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
B.Sc(Hons),MBA, CNA,
08060029920
apataba@unad.edu.ng
2.
OJOBANIKAN J.O
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT
MBA, B.SC, ICAN-PE II
08035164552
oreoluwajane@yahoo.com
3.
AJISEGIRI T.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT
HND,MBA, CN
08039138266
Menyheart4ns@yahoo.com
4.
ADEGBOLA E.A
ACEO
B.SC.,MBA, ACMA
08033936167
ebenezeradegbola@yahoo.com
5.
OGUNDELE H.O
PEO I (ACCT)
ICA –AAT, B.SC, MBA
08035020391

6.
OJO K.T.
PEO I (ACCT)
HND,PGDFM,MBA
08060173730
kayotem.ojo59@yahoo.com
7.
ARIBISALA F.I.
PEO I (ACCT)
NCE,B.SC., MBA
08035750047
funsoitunuabisala@yahoo.com
8.
SANNI K.P.
PEO I (ACCT)
HND, PGDFM
08067453409

9.
ADETORO B.O.
PEO (ACCT)
OND, B.SC, PGDE
07037810637

10.
OGUNSEMOYIN E.A.
SNR. ACCT
HND,PGDFM, CN, ICAN-PE II, ACMA
08060128032
moyindel@yahoo.com
11.
AJISOLA A.E
SNR. EXC.OFF
NCE, B.SC
07062388883

12.
AWE F.D
SNR. EXC.OFF
HND, B.SC, PGDFM, MBA
08035551991
cecodevo3@yahoo.com
13.
OSHO A.E.
S.E.O.
HND, B.SC, PGDFM, PGDE, MBA, MSC, ACMA, FCCA, FCE
08035638775
08059824924
Ejededawe01@yahoo.com
14.
OLUSUYI V.I.
S.E.O.
B.SC. (ED) HONS
08131515376

15.
OLUWALANA T.F
HEO (ACCT)
ND, B.SC.
08062561857
Faushina4gold@yahoo.com
16.
OGUNLEYE AYODEJI
HEO (ACCT)
HND,B.SC,MBA
ICAN – PE II
08067113148
ogunleyestephen@yahoo.com
17.
ARIYO S.O.
HEO (ACCT)
OND, B.SC.
08032158721

18.
ADELEYE M.A
HEO (ACCT)
HND, B.SC
08034884465

19.
ADEWUMI Y.I.
HEO (ACCT)
OND, B.SC
08066177601

20.
OMOLAYO J.
HEO (ACCT)
OND, HND
08062187588

21.
OLATIILU B.K.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC, (HONS)
08032247139

22.
AGBETOYE T.A
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC.
07031111214
agbetoyethomas@yahoo.com
23.
SALAMI L.O.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCT)
08025003911
Bigdreams612@yahoo.com
24.
ALADE E.O
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCT)
08032473085
lizztoyen@yahoo.com
25.
ADEOLA SOLA
HEO (ACCT)
SSCE
08035693749

26.
FABAMISE O.A
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCT)
08064726634
olamijibeatrice@yahoo.com
27.
OMOTEYE B.O.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC (ACCT)
08035763899
teye@yahoo.com
28.
OLUBUNMI O.
HEO (ACCT)
HND (ACCT)
08030443184
ronkruf@yahoo.com
29.
OJOBANIKAN O.O.A.
HEO (ACCT)
HND (ACCT)
08062654310

30.
OWOLABI J.B.
HEO (ACCT)
HND (ACCT)
08035386555
Anujanet03@yahoo.com
31.
ERINOLA D.A
HEO (ACCT)
HND, B.SC
08060608408
erinol-ayodele@yahoo.com
32.
ADEBAYO J.O.
HEO (ACCT)
ND, B.SC.
08039187166
Johnbeloved52@yahoo.com
33.
AKINYEMI K.M
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCTS)
08036626962
akmamaria@yahoo.com
34.
MAKINDE A.
HEO (ACCT)
HND
08035670022

35.
ABE SEGUN D.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC, MBA, ICAN AAT
08036555122
asdperfect@yahoo.com
36.
ADEOYE B.E.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC.
08033992403
Babaemmanuel777@yahoo.com
37.
AYENI M.E.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCTS)
08030698230

38.
FALANA O.O.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCTS)
08082000454

39.
ANIFOWOSE B.O.
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCTS)
08035068215

40.
OJO S.A.
HEO (ACCT)
HND (ACCTS)
07033295120

41.
AKANNI S.A.
HEO (ACCT)
HND,PGDFM,ICAN- PE I
08033069205
akanniadebisimeon@yahoo.com
42.
FAMUAGUN T.O
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC. (ACCTS)
08060442216
dupefamo@yahoo.com
43.
ALUKO I.O.
HEO (ACCT)
HND,PGDFM,ACMA
08033991100

44.
BAMIDELE S
HEO (ACCT)
HND,PGDFM,ACMA
08086867011

45.
OLANIYAN K.J.
HEO (ACCT)
HND,ICAN- PE II
08032503025

46.
ADEWOLE A.O.
HEO (ACCT)
HND (ACCTS)
08035149951

47.
AJAYI T.D.
HEO (ACCT)
ND, B.SC.
08064216261

48.
KOLADE M.T
HEO (ACCT)
HND,ICAN- PE II
08033570662
motilope@yahoo.com
49.
AFOLABI F.K.
HEO (ACCT)
HND, B.SC, MBA
08030628677
Babatunde-afolabi@gtbank.com
50.
ADESUNLORO E.O.
HEO (ACCT)
HND,PGDFM
08067226630
Emmode4success@yahoo.com
51.
OWOROTIMI S.S.
HEO (ACCT)
HND,PGDFM, B.SC, MBA,ACMA,ACCA.
07066619189
oworotimi@yahoo.com
52.
ADEBIYI J.T
HEO (ACCT)
B.SC, CIPS
08060758917
adejanadebiyi@yahoo.com
53.
OLUBODUN B.B
E.O. (ACCTS)
B.SC
08035164517

54.
ADEWUMI O.
E.O. (ACCTS)
ND
08060991241

55.
OLAIYA A.A.
PERSONAL SECRETARY
OND, B.SC
08034033966
funkeolaiya@yahoo.co.uk
56.
AYODELE A.O.
CHIEF TYPIST
B.ED
08038428524

57.
OTOKOLA F.A
CHIEF TYPIST
NCE, DIP. IN COMP, GT. 50WPM
08030625492

58.
OLADELE L.O
SNR. TYPIST I
RSA STAGE I & II, DIP. IN COMP
08139223049
Ayodunni99@yahoo.com
59.
OMOTAYO F.C
SNR. TYPIST II
DIP. IN COMP, B.SC DIP. IN COMP
08030942765

60.
OLALOYE O.
SNR. TYPIST II
NABTEB,GT50WPM, DIP. IN COMP
07067873440

61.
OLAWOYE J.T
SNR. TYPIST II
DIP. IN COMP, GT. 50WPM,NECO
08135061340

62.
EKUNDAYO F.B
SNR. TYPIST II
DIP. IN COMP, B.ED, CONF. SEC. IV
GT. 50WPM
08139588165
boseekundayo@yahoo.com
63.
OJO J.A.
TRANSPORT OFFICER II
GRADE TEST I,II
08060392706

64.
OYERINDE A.
TRANSPORT OFFICER II
GRADE TEST I,II
08036473005