The Moshal Program is a private, philanthropic program that supports students from challenging socio-economic backgrounds. The program currently supports around 1000 students in South Africa and Israel and takes pride in its 1173 graduates who’ve very successfully graduated with university degrees.
- Family Income Threshold: R200 000 per annum before deductions
- Minimum Academic Results: 70% for English, Mathematics, Physical Science and/or Accounting
We offer a top-up scholarship to students only at the below universities in the below range of degrees. Please ensure that the university and degree you've applied to is on the below list. If not, please do not apply as Moshal would not be able to offer you a scholarship.
- University of Witwatersrand (Wits)
- University of Pretoria (UP)
- University of Cape Town (UCT)
- Stellenbosch University (SUN)
- University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN)
- University of Free State (UFS)
- University of Johannesburg (UJ)
- Science: Dentistry, Medicine (MBChB), Pharmacy (UKZN only), Veterinary Science
- Technology: Computer Science, Data Science, Information Science, Information Systems, Information Technology
- Engineering: Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical, Mechatronic
- Mathematics: Actuarial Science, Econometrics, Mathematics, Statistics
- Commerce: Accounting, Economics, Financial Sciences, Investment Management, Management Sciences
*Degrees and universities sponsored subject to change at the Moshal Program's discretion.
If the university and/or degree you are applying for is NOT in the list, this means that Moshal does not offer a scholarship at that university or for that degree, and so we are not able to assist you. If this is the case, your application won't be successful.
- Please answer the application in full – an incomplete application form won’t be considered.
- The information you submit should accurately reflect your current status.
- Candidates who meet our criteria may be contacted for an interview. Unsuccessful candidates will be notified by email.
- You may save your entry and continue at a later stage. Once you click on the SUBMIT button, your application will be considered fully completed and you won’t be able to change your entry but will be able to update your personal details and upload documents.
- You may only submit one application form, so please check your answers carefully before pushing SUBMIT.
- Compulsory Documents to upload:
- Copy of your ID (does not need to be certified) - If you are not a South African Citizen, please provide a copy of your passport and ,if available, your study visa
- Copy of parent/guardian ID
- Declaration / Consent Form signed by my Parents/Guardian (required if you are under 18 years old)
- Grade 11 November results
- Proof of all Social Grants – letter or statement, not scan of SASSA card
- OR 3 months’ bank statement from your parents/guardian (not your personal bank account), from ALL of their bank accounts
- OR affidavit stating they don’t have a bank account
- Non-compulsory documents to upload initially, but will be requested at a later stage
- Payslip for all members of your family who are employed (even if it is part-time)
- Grade 12 final results (if you are in Grade 12 in 2023, please submit by logging back into your application and uploading your document)
- If you are already at university, please include latest full university transcript of results.
- Acceptance letter (or proof of provisional acceptance) from the university/ies you have chosen to study at/are studying at, if received.
- Your NBT Scores (if you have them)
- Proof of Application for other funding – a screenshot is acceptable