Medical Bursaries South Africa 2019 – 2020

See list of top Medical Bursaries in South Africa. APPLY NOW for 2019 – 2020 funding by bursaries South Africa if you want to pursue a career within the medical field.

Medical Bursaries south africa


To find out if you are best suited a career in the medical sector, ask yourself if you have a passion for helping and caring for the sick and injured. If yes, this may be the perfect sector for you.

You can become a doctor, nurse, surgeon, dietitian, occupational therapist (or any other health science professional). And for that to happen, you will need to obtain a qualification within this sector.

REQUIREMENT TO STUDY MEDICINE

You must have above average results in Science (Life Science/ Biology and sometimes Physical Science too) and Mathematics if you want to be accepted into the Medical/ Health faculty at a South African university or tertiary institution.

Medical studies requires a lot of time, dedication and commitment but they are highly worth it if you are passionate about the field.

HOW MUCH SALARY FOR SOUTH AFRICAN DOCTORS

  • Audiologists earn roughly R225 000 per annum. They are medical professionals who identify, diagnose and treat patients with hearing, balance and related auditory disorders. Audiologists also provide personalised services to help minimise the conditions of these disorders, so that patients may have an improved quality of life.
  • Biochemist salary is around R185,000. They explore the chemical processes relating to and within living organisms. Biochemists use advanced laboratory equipment to study the chemical principles of biological processes. They also use chemical techniques and knowledge to solve complex biological problems.
  • Clinical dietitians earn an average annual salary of R177,000, while Nutritionists earn around R153,000 per annum. They work in clinics, care facilities, hospitals, private practices and other institutions, to provide medical nutrition therapy to patients. These healthcare professionals are responsible for creating nutritional programmes for people, based on the patients health requirements, as well as advising them on how to maintain healthier lifestyles.
  • South African dentists earn around R420,000 per annum. Dentists are healthcare professionals who diagnose and treat problems with teeth, gums and related parts of the mouth. Check out the various sectors within the dentistry field:
    -Orthodontists: they straighten teeth by applying braces or other appliances.
    -Oral pathologists: they diagnose conditions within the mouth such as oral diseases, ulcers or bumps.
    -Dental public health specialists: they promote dental health and prevention of dental diseases within certain communities.
    -Endodontists: they perform root canals, which entails removing the blood supply and nerves for an injured or infected tooth.
    -Pediatric dentists: they provide dental treatment for children and special needs patients.
    -Prosthodontists: they replace missing teeth with bridges, crown or movable parts like dentures.
    -Periodontists: they treat the bones and gums that support the teeth.
    -Oral and maxillofacial radiologists: they diagnose disease in the neck and head by way of imaging technologies.
    -Oral and maxillofacial surgeons: they operate on the jaws, mouth, gums, teeth, head and neck. They also provide procedures such as removing impacted teeth and repairing cleft lip or palate.
  • Emergency Medical Technician (also known as an “EMT”) earn an average annual salary of R160,000. They respond to emergency calls to provide immediate care to critically injured or ill patients. Emergency Medical Technicians/ Paramedics thereafter transport these patients to a medical facility. During transportation, they monitor the patient’s vital signs, while another EMT drives the emergency vehicle. They are different from ergonomists who deal with the safety and efficiency of transportation, equipment and various systems. ergonomists ensure protection, health and comfort within the work environment, in various fields.
  • Nurses in South Africa earn around R135,000 per annum for staff nurses, and around R208,000 per annum for registered nurses. Nurses provide hospital patients with medical care, as well as treatment for those suffering from acute or chronic mental or physical illness.
  • A South African Radiographer’s salary  is about R230,000 annually. For an entry level Radiographer earns an average annual salary of R210,000.
  • Psychologists in South Africa can earn around R255,000 per annum. A Clinical Psychologist earns around R300,000 per annum. Psychologists study the human mind and their research is used to better understand human memory, behaviour and mental disorders. They provide counselling and experimentation in order to promote understanding and assist people with mental health conditions as well.
  • South Africa Pharmacists salary is about R390,000. Entry level pharmacists earn R355,000 per annum and assisting pharmacist assistant earn R160 000 per annum. Pharmacists are responsible for reviewing and interpreting physician orders and thereafter preparing medication. They dispense medication by packaging and labelling pharmaceutical products and monitor drug therapies and advising of interventions.
  • Physiotherapist in South Africa earns around R220,000 per annum for entry level. Physiotherapists who have good working experience earn around R235 000 per annum. They help patients improve their mobility by easing physical difficulties from disability, injury, illness or aging. Physiotherapists create and implement treatment programmes by way of massage, therapeutic exercise and electrotherapy.

List of all the Medical bursaries in South Africa for 2019, 2020 years of study.

AUDIOLOGY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • PPS Bursary

Medical Bursaries – BIOCHEMISTRY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • CHIETA Bursary
  • Department of Environmental Affairs Bursary
  • Department of Water & Sanitation Bursary
  • FoodBev SETA Bursary
  • HORTGRO Bursary
  • PPS Bursary

DIETETICS & NUTRITION BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • Irish Aid Kader Asmal Scholarship
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • Nestlés Future Talent Bursary
  • PPS Bursary

DENTAL & DENTISTRY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • IDB Education Trust Bursary Loan
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • PPS Bursary

Medical Bursaries – EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • City of Johannesburg Bursary
  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • KZN Provincial Government Bursaries
  • Western Cape Department of Health Bursary

ERGONOMICS BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Armscor Bursary

GENERAL MEDICAL BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • AbbVie and SASA Scholarship
  • Alfred Nzo District Municipality Bursary
  • Cape Winelands District Municipality Mayoral Bursary
  • City of Cape Town Bursary
  • City of Johannesburg Bursary
  • Department of Correctional Services Bursary
  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • IDB Education Trust Bursary Loan
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • KZN Provincial Government Bursaries
  • Limpopo Department of Health Bursary
  • Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality Bursary
  • Motsepe Foundation Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • NUMSA Bursary
  • PPS Bursary
  • South African Medical Association Bursary
  • Tiso Foundation Bursary
  • Western Cape Department of Health Bursary

Medical Bursaries – HEALTH SCIENCE & HEALTH RELATED BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Allan Gray Orbis Fellowship Bursary
  • Department of Correctional Services Bursary
  • Eastern Cape Department of Health Bursary
  • IDB Education Trust Bursary Loan
  • Irish Aid Kader Asmal Scholarship
  • Limpopo Department of Health Bursary
  • Nestlés Future Talent Bursary
  • North West Provincial Government Bursary
  • Pretune SIM Card Bursary
  • Rustenburg Municipality Bursary
  • SIOC Community Development Trust (SIOC-cdt) Bursary
  • TOTAL Bursary

HYGIENE BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

NURSING BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • City of Cape Town Bursary
  • City of Johannesburg Bursary
  • DENOSA Bursary
  • Department of Correctional Services Bursary
  • Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality Bursary
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Dept of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Bursary
  • PPS Bursary
  • Western Cape Department of Health Bursary

Medical Bursaries – OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • PPS Bursary

ORTHOTICS AND PROSTHETICS BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary

PHARMACY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Alfred Nzo District Municipality Bursary
  • CHIETA Bursary
  • City of Cape Town Bursary
  • Clicks Pharmacy Bursary
  • Department of Correctional Services Bursary
  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • IDB Education Trust Bursary Loan
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • Netcare Bursary
  • NYDA Solomon Mahlangu Scholarship Fund
  • Pharmaceutical Society of South Africa Bursaries
  • PPS Bursary
  • Rio Tinto/ Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) Bursary
  • W&RSETA Bursary
  • Western Cape Department of Health Bursary

PHYSIOTHERAPY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • PPS Bursary

PSYCHOLOGY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Department of Correctional Services Bursary
  • Dept of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (EC) Bursary
  • Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality Bursary
  • FNB Fund Bursary
  • FoodBev SETA Bursary
  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • Oasis Bursary
  • PPS Bursary
  • Pyrotec Bursary

RADIOGRAPHY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Alfred Nzo District Municipality Bursary
  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • PPS Bursary
  • Western Cape Department of Health Bursary

SPEECH & HEARING THERAPY BURSARIES FOR 2019 & 2020

  • Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
  • ISFAP Bursary
  • KZN Department of Health Bursary
  • Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
  • PPS Bursary
  • SACEE Norah Taylor Bursary

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