Please note that due to lack of funds, the Norah Taylor Bursary and Ex-PCE Bursary will not be available for the 2022/2023 academic years.
The ‘Norah Taylor’ Bursary
This bursary is available for further study in SPEECH TRAINING, ORAL COMMUNICATION OR THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH AS A FIRST or SECOND LANGUAGE.
The bursary is available ONLY to QUALIFIED TEACHERS (minimum M+3) with at least FOUR (4) YEARS TEACHING EXPERIENCE. The course can be by
correspondence, part-time or full-time, but must be undertaken at an educational institution in SOUTH AFRICA.
The closing date for applications for the Norah Taylor Bursary is 31 July of the year PRIOR to the year of proposed study. For example – for any period of proposed study between 1 January 2022 and 31 December 2022, an application for the bursary must be submitted by the end of July 2021. In exceptional circumstances, late applications will be considered.
Application forms may be downloaded here, or obtained from SACEE National Office. All completed application forms, together with required documentation must be e-mailed back to SACEE National Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) within the stated time limits – details above.
NB: Applicants may be required to attend a selection interview at their own expense. Interviews will, if possible, be conducted by personnel from the applicant’s nearest SACEE branch.
Hendrick Z Motseo
– Awarded a Norah Taylor Bursary in 2003
Phyllis T Ndlovu
– Awarded a Norah Taylor Bursary in 2006
– Awarded a Norah Taylor Bursary in 2010
The ‘Ex-PCE’ Bursary
This bursary was originally introduced by the Pretoria branch of SACEE. It sought to assist ex-students and teachers of the Pretoria College of Education with furthering their studies in the teaching and/or promotion of the English language. The Pretoria branch now wishes to attract applicants from a slightly wider field and the qualification criteria for this bursary are
now as follows –
The bursary is available for UNDERGRADUATE or POST GRADUATE study.
The course of study can be on any aspect of the English language, e.g. the teaching or promotion of the English language, involvement in the language, drama courses etc. The course can be by correspondence, part-time or full-time BUT IT MUST BE at a SOUTH AFRICAN educational institution.
Applicants must be South African citizens or residents.
The applicant’s normal place of residence must be in the PRETORIA area.
The bursary is available for course fees, the purchase of books, printing costs and, at the Bursary Committee’s discretion, any other incidental expenses which may be incurred. The applicant will need to show that he/she is a ‘deserving’ case.
The closing date for applications for the ex-PCE bursary is 31st July PRIOR to the year of proposed study – as for the Norah Taylor bursary.
– Ex PCE 1993
– Ex-PCE 2001
– Ex-PCE 2011
Click here to download an Application form for the Ex-PCE Bursary. All completed application forms, together with required documentation must be e-mailed back to SACEE National Office (email@example.com) within the stated time limits – details above.
All Applicants awarded a bursary should be aware that following completion of their studies they will be expected to adhere to the main objectives of SACEE. Click here to download.