South African students who wish to pursue higher qualifications are now encouraged and welcome to apply for the Road Traffic Infringement Agency Bursary South Africa. This award program is aimed at talented and high achieving students with lack of financial resources. If you want to pursue a degree or ND in Road Traffic Management then, apply today!
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The Road Traffic Infringement Agency or RTIA for short is an adjudicator of traffic infringements and fines that have been issued within the AARTO (Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences). The RTIA works independently and has the objective to encourage the levying of penalties; make sure the citizens comply to the South African road traffic laws by way of communication and education programs; impose demerit points; reward compliant road users, encourage lawful reasonable and fair administrative adjudication; cancellation of operator cards as well as driving licenses and encourage effective suspension.
This year, deserving students can apply for the Road Traffic Infringement Agency Bursary South Africa who wish to pursue the following programs:
- BCom in Finance
- National Diploma or Degree in Road Traffic Management
The qualified students will also be required to take up counter-service in the RTIA upon the completion of their bursaries.
Interested candidates must fulfil the following eligibility requirements in order to be fully suitable for the bursary. Note that, if you fail to satisfy all these criteria, it will results in your application being disregarded.
- Applicants must be South African citizens
- Applicants must have completed matric
- Applicants must intend on studying or be studying as full time students in one of the aforementioned programs at an accredited and recognised South African tertiary institution
- Applicants must be currently unemployed
- Applicants must not be the recipients of other bursary funding programs
Please commence your application by obtaining the application form here. It must be completed in full and accompanied by the following supporting documents. The submission of these documents are mandatory and therefore, if any items are missing, it will lead to your application not being considered.
- Certified copy of ID document
- Certified copy of matric certificate
- Certified copy of qualification certificates for the degrees or diplomas completed (if any)
- Certified copy of latest academic record
- A motivation letter
- Proof of tertiary admission or registration letter
- Proof of income of your parents/guardians’ if employed or affidavit if unemployed
- Explanation as to what you are doing if not currently enrolled or studying
Forward your application via one of these methods:
Email: [email protected]
The Human Resources Division
P.O Box 6341
Waterfall Edge B
Waterfall Office Park
Submit your application no later than October 31, 2018 and no late or incomplete submission will be regarded.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Mr. Ignatius Chavalala (your application must be marked for the attention of him as well)
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 086 263 6504
Tel: 087 285 7998/087 285 0500
Correspondence for the Road Traffic Infringement Agency Bursary South Africa will be limited to shortlisted students only. If you haven’t been acknowledged by the RTIA, that means your application was unsuccessful.