Tech Scholarship

If you are dedicated and academically strong undergrad/final year tech student, our Technology Scholarship offers you the opportunity to join the Investec family. We offer financial assistance and holistic support and exposure to young tech talent. You will gain access to mentorship, hackathons and various Investec initiatives as you finish your university careers.

From Khayelitsha to Investec's Tech Grad Programme

Armed with an Investec bursary and a determination to make his mother proud, Abonga Ngada left Khayelitsha to study at UCT. He's now part of Investec's Tech Grad Programme and calls Sandton his new home. This is a story of defying the odds...

Armed with an Investec bursary and a determination to make his mother proud, Abonga Ngada left Khayelitsha to study at UCT. He's now part of Investec's Tech Grad Programme and calls Sandton his new home. This is a story of defying the odds...

Tech Scholarship applications are now closed

2022 applications will open in October 2021

Tech Scholarship FAQs

  • When can you apply?

    Applications open each year in the month of June. Please check our careers portal for changes to this.

  • Who can apply?

    Preference will be given to EE candidates and South African Citizens

     

    We consider students from Second year to Honours/final year studying towards the following bachelor degrees:

     

    • Bachelor of Science (BSc or BS) in Computer Science,
    • Business Computing or Computer Engineering,
    • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Informatics or Information Systems
    • Bachelor of Business Science (BBusSc) in Information Systems/ Computer Science
    • Bachelor of Business Science (BBusSc) in Data Science
    • All equivalent technology and Engineering degrees
  • How do I apply?

    We require all applications to be made online via our careers portal.

Aobakwe Mosweu

‘Being an Investec Tech Scholarship holder is like being born into a new family of people who want nothing more than to get to know you better and see you do well.’

Aobakwe Mosweu, Investec Scholarship student