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National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) Bursary Programme 2021

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National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) Bursary Programme 2021. The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) invites applicants to apply for Bursary programme for 2022.

The National Film & Video Foundation (NFVF) is a statutory body mandated by parliament to spearhead the development of the South African film and video industry. The vision of the NFVF is to strive for a quality South African film and video industry that is representative of the nation, commercially viable and encourages development. The NFVF aims to support this by creating an environment that develops and promotes the South African film and video industry, domestically and internationally.

The National Film and Video Foundation offers a bursary to disadvantaged students to pursue their studies within the Television and Film industry. However, the bursaries offered don’t include the acting and performance arts courses. Qualified students who don’t have the funding to pursue their dreams can avail of the two types of bursaries:

National Bursary

Here, students will receive full funding for tuition fees for the first year. After this, they will receive 80% funding. Students who finish their course aren’t required to pay back these expenses neither are they required to work for the company. Students who qualify will get contacted to schedule an interview before the final selection.

International Bursary

This bursary covers provisions up to RS280,000, including tuition fees and the student’s living expenses.

Requirements

National Bursary

  • Must be a citizen of South Africa.
  • Must have completed Matric.
  • Must have an average of at least 50% in their studies in 2019.
  • Must have registered or is provisionally registered to study full-time towards a TV or Film qualification. This means a postgraduate or undergraduate degree or diploma, not in any acting or performance arts courses.
  • Must have registered or is provisionally registered to study at one of the accredited tertiary institutions in South Africa – preferably to the accredited public tertiary institutions.
  • Must have a proven financial need – meaning they must have a total annual gross income R600 000 and below.
  • Must have a strong academic record.
  • Preference goes to students who are previously disadvantaged.

International Bursary

  • Must be a citizen or permanent resident of South Africa.
  • Must have the intention of studying at an international tertiary institution for a postgraduate TV or Film qualification, not an acting or performance arts course.
  • Must plan to study a course that isn’t available in South Africa
  • Must apply at least 6 months before the course starts.
  • Must provide proof of strong academic merit within their field of competency
  • Must have a strong academic record.

How to apply

Interested applicants must accomplish an online application form at https://nfvf.praxisgms.co.za. Applicants must first register an account before they can login and proceed with the application. They should also submit clear copies of the following supporting documents together with the online application.

Required documents

National Bursary

  • A certified copy of an ID document.
  • A certified copy of the Matric certificate or the applicant’s most recent academic results.
  • Proof of tertiary acceptance or the acknowledgment of their application printed on tertiary letterhead.
  • The breakdown of annual academic fees printed on the tertiary letterhead.
  • A motivational letter that states why the applicant should receive the bursary – 1 page only.
  • For those below 21 years old, proof of income of the parents or guardians or spouse in the form of their most recent payslips or bank statements.
  • For those above 21 years old, proof of financial support in the form of their most recent payslips, bank statements, social grant or if unemployed, an affidavit.
  • If the applicant receives any other funding from public or private bursaries, a statement that indicates the funding amount, and the details of the bursary.
  • Curriculum Vita

International Bursary

  • A certified copy of an ID document.
  • A certified copy of the Matric certificate or the applicant’s most recent academic results.
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • A cover letter that includes the applicant’s personal motivation for study, the relevance of their studies to their future career path, and how their acquired skills will benefit the country.
  • The breakdown of annual academic fees printed on the tertiary letterhead.
  • If the applicant receives any other funding from public or private bursaries, a statement that indicates the funding amount, and the details of the bursary

Enquiries

Address: 87 Central Street, Houghton, Johannesburg
Telephone Number: 011 483 0880
E-mail: [email protected]

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