Volkswagen Bursaries Information
Volkswagen bursaries are now available for application from students who want to pursue a career in automobile environment. Volkswagen SA is offering bursaries to students who intend furthering their studies in any university or technikon of South Africa.
Volkswagen Bursaries Available
Volkswagen Bursary Vaoue
Bursaries value allocated per student will be designed cover tuition fee only.
The bursary is allocated for a year but can be renewed if the student’s performance is satisfactory.
How To Apply
Contact the below for application forms or apply online for other bursaries here
Application Address – The Administrator, VW Community Trust, PO. Box 80, Uitenhage 6230
Tel: 041 994 4399/4049 Fax: 041 994 5587
The closing date for applications is July 2017
Volkswagen was originally established in 1937 by the German Labour Front (Deutsche Arbeitsfront). In the early 1930s, the German auto industry was still largely composed of luxury models, and the average German could rarely afford anything more than a motorcycle. As a result, only one German out of 50 owned a car. Seeking a potential new market, some car makers began independent “people’s car” projects – the Mercedes 170H, Adler AutoBahn, Steyr 55, and Hanomag 1.3L, among others.