Sasol invites Alex applicants

ALEXANDRA – Alex invited to improve world of science through Sasol.

International petrochemical company Sasol invites undergraduate and post-graduate candidates in the engineering and science fields to apply for its bursaries.

“We urge students to consider studying through us, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem)) subjects. Sasol said this in a statement on its all-inclusive bursaries which cover tuition fees, accommodation, meals, textbooks, laptops, calculators and pocket money. Stem subjects provide a career path the company said, contributes to the growth and development of businesses, new products and the country’s economy. “The Stem skills are scarce and in increased demand in the country,” the statement read quoting the New York Academy of Sciences which states that, ‘sub-Saharan Africa requires 2.5 million more engineers to address the continent’s gravest development problems’. In addition, qualifications and professions in Stem subjects will make it easier for bursary recipients to find a job and a rewarding career.”

Major benefits of Stem are:

  •  Contributing to the growth and development of businesses, new products and the national economy
  •  Technology skills for our advancing and changing daily lives, equip one to better understand the world and the fourth industrial revolution
  •  Opportunity to be part of cutting-edge innovation in fields including robotics, engineering, medicine and more
  •  Problem-solving skills in various fields and opportunities for a broad choice of markets to work in. “You’ll unlikely feel stuck and there’s huge opportunity to grow, and move up in your career.”

On completion, the programme provides on-the-job training under the company’s Graduate Development Programme.

The deadline for applications is 30 April 2020. Registration should be online on or alternatively, guided through 0860 106 235 on weekdays and work hours 8am to 4pm.

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