2018 Coal SA Bursary


Do you have what it takes to help us achieve this goal?

Anglo American’s coal business has operations in South Africa, Colombia, Australia and Canada. We have a strong standing in the both export and domestic markets. While most of our coal is used for power generation, it also fuels a range of other industries. As part of the Anglo American group, we are helping to build the leading globally diversified mining business.

Bursary opportunities Coal South Africa

Anglo Americans coal business in South Africa is offering main stream University bursaries for students registering their 1st Academic Year in 2018 in the following fields:

– Electrical Engineering (BENG or BSc)

– Mechanical Engineering (BENG or BSc)

– Mining Engineering (BENG or BSc)

– Environmental Science (BSc) (3rd year)

– Metallurgical Engineering (BENG or BSc) (4th year)


– Grade 12 with Pure Mathematics and Physical Science-Level 5 (Symbol C)

– Applicant must be a South African citizen

To apply, go to: http://www.careerwise.co.za and select ‘application forms’. Choose ‘Online Application’ and type in your e-mail address and your selected password. Once you go onto the next page the application registration process will commence. Please use ANGLO 2018 as the Promo Code. Once this page is completed you will be able to complete the full application form.

Closing date: 28 July 2017

Reference Number: VAR061/17GS

Appointments will be made in line with Employment Equity targets. If you have not been contacted by the 30th of August 2017, please consider your application unsuccessful.

2018 Bursary Advert (2).pdf

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