The South African Amateur Radio
Development Trust has introduced an annual study grant for young
licensed Radio Amateurs who wish to enter a University or
University of Technology to study electronics and
The study grant will contribute
R10 000 towards the first year of study. The aim of the study
grant project is to encourage young radio amateurs to enter a
career in communication and electronics.
Most first year students find
it difficult to raise enough funds to enter a University or
University of Technology for the first time. Once completed the
first year successfully there are more opportunities to obtain
another bursary or bank loan.
Applications for a student grant are now invited.
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Donate to the
the fund will be acknowledged on the Trust Study Grant webpage
www.amateurradio.org.za . Donors who contribute R15 000 will
have a study grant named after them or their company.
Contributions to the study grant fund can be made by direct
deposit into the Trust account at ABSA, Menlyn Branch account
number 560 142 722. Please mark the deposit study grant and send
an email to
AMATEUR RADIO DEVELOPMENT TRUST
invites Radio Amateurs and companies to make a
contribution to the study fund. The Trust has started the fund
with its own R7500 contribution and hopes to raise a further
R7500 to be able to award the first bursary for the 2009
with the sales of the Lightning Predictors donated by ZS6EF the
fund stands at R10 000.