South African Nursery Association Bursary 2025/2026

South African Nursery Association Bursary 2025/2026

The South African Nursery Association Bursary Application for 2025/2026. Find below How to Apply for the South African Nursery Association Bursary 2025/2026.

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About the South African Nursery Association: The South African Nursery Association (SANA) was established in the year 1947 as a non-profit organisation. The main aim of the SANA is to represent the interests of the green/ nursery industry. SANA now also represents the following related associations: ABSTA (Allied, Bulb & Seed Trade Association), GCA (Garden Centre Association), and the BPGA (Bedding Plant Growers Association). Some of the company’s key objectives include: portraying a professional image of the country’s Horticultural industry; creating a national communication channel with other Nursery businesses; keeping in contact with Government departments concerning issues related to the industry and environmental matters.

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Details of South African Nursery Association Bursaries

Field of Study

  • Horticulture and Landscaping.
  • PhD, Masters and BTech students

South African Nursery Association Bursaries Application Requirements

  • South African citizen
  • Completed Matric
  • Studying towards a Horticulture or Landscaping qualification
  • Completed all modules of the 1st academic year of study
  • Achieved a minimum average of 60% for each subject
  • A member/ apply to be a member of SANA (this is free of charge – the application form is below)

South African Nursery Association Bursaries Application Procedures

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • Photograph of yourself (selfie/ portrait photograph/ student card photo)
  • Full academic results record (on tertiary letterhead)
  • Tertiary institution’s banking details (on tertiary letterhead)
  • Proof of tertiary registration for 2025 (on tertiary letterhead)
  • A completed South African Nursery Association Student Membership Form (.pdf)
  • The motivational letter must answer the following questions (what is your closest nursery, have you visited any nurseries and if so provide more details, how you see your career in the green industry developing, have you done community volunteer work and if so provide more details about it, have you been involved in the horticultural industry and if so did you volunteer or were you employed and what lessons did you learn) (minimum 150 words)

Closing Date: 16 April 2025.

Contact South African Nursery Association for more details about the Bursary and also check your status.

Please contact the South African Nursery Association directly:

Contact Person: Elana Boshoff (Bursary Administrator)

Tel: 087 945 4621

Mobile: 082 780 7628

Fax 086 580 9793

Email: elana@sana.co.za

Physical Address: 14 Summit Rd, Knoppieslaagte 385-Jr, Midrand, 0157

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