Embury Institute is offering 1 lucky 702 listener a bursary

The prestigious Embury Institute for Higher Education have opened up branches in Gauteng and are offering a four-year bursary to one 702 listener.

The bursary is for a person who is passionate about pursing a career in teaching and who fits the requirements of the degree. Dr Nresh Veeran, Chief Commercial Officer for Embury Institute says the bursary covers tuition for four years, text books needs and an electronic device.

He adds that the purpose of Embury Institute for Higher Education is to make a difference in the world through education.

We thought we've been changing lives, we're changing the world one teacher at a time - perhaps its time to change the life of one South African, of one listener of 702.

Dr Nresh Veeran, Chief Commercial Officer for Embury Institute

To enter for the Embury Institute bursary click here.

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