Hatch Bursary South Africa 2022

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Hatch Bursary South Africa 2022 – 2023


Hatch, founded in 1955 as “W.S. Atkins & Associates”, is an international engineering, development, and multidisciplinary management consultancy. It wasn’t until 1962 that the company changed names to Hatch, as the result of the employment of Gerry Hatch. The group has 65 offices across 6 continents, where it employs over 11 000 staff members. Today the company is one of the top 20 global mining and metals companies.

Hatch is involved in 3 major industries: Energy (which includes Oil; Gas; Renewable Power; Thermal Power; Nuclear Power; Waterpower; Oil & Gas Infrastructure and Power Delivery & Integration), Industries (which includes Coal; Iron Ore; Iron & Steel; Phosphates; Nickel; Copper; Uranium; Metals & Minerals; Gold; Silver; Diamonds; Aluminum; Alumina & Bauxite; Magnesium; Lithium; Potash; Titanium Dioxide & Titanium and Lead, Zinc, & Tin) and Infrastructure (which includes Rail & Transit Systems; Tunnels; Transportation & Logistics; Highways & Bridges; Urban Solutions; Ports & Marine; Aviation and Water & the Natural Environment).


Hatch will be awarding bursaries within the following fields of study:

  • Chemical Engineering (BSc or BEng)
  • Civil Engineering (BSc or BEng)
  • Electrical Engineering (BSc or BEng)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BSc or BEng)

Bursaries will provide cover for the following expenses: tuition fees, textbooks allowance, computer allowance, accommodation or a travel allowance, and a monthly allowance. Students will also be able to take part in vacation work.


Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered):

  • South African citizen
  • Completed Matric or currently in Matric
  • Studying or intend on studying full time within one of the aforementioned Engineering fields of study
  • Studying or intend on studying recognized tertiary institution in South Africa
  • Current Matric students: must have achieved and maintained a minimum overall average of 90%
  • Current Tertiary students: must have achieved and maintained a minimum overall average of 65%

Applicants must also have the following personal traits:

  • Persistence
  • Resilience
  • Adaptable
  • Welcome and embrace change
  • Self-starter attitude
  • Innovative
  • Intellectual
  • Critical and creative thinker
  • Problem solver
  • Love to learn
  • Willing to explore new ventures
  • Team player
  • Strong sense of community
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong listening and communication skills
  • Involved in extra-curricular activities at school or in the community


Applications must be done online at https://jobs.hatch.com/go/Student-&-New-Graduate-Jobs/2565100/

Chemical Engineering Bursary – reference number: 27783
Civil Engineering Bursary – reference number: 27781
Electrical Engineering Bursary – reference number: 27761
Mechanical Engineering Bursary – reference number: 27536

Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation along with your online application (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application be disregarded):

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • Garde 11 final results AND Matric latest results, if currently in Matric (certified copies)
  • Matric certificate, if completed Matric (certified copy)
  • Proof of acceptance from a recognized tertiary institution (on tertiary letterhead)
  • Full tertiary academic record, if currently at tertiary level
  • Curriculum Vitae


For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact Hatch directly:
Cape Town branch (Tel: 021 911 5823)
Durban branch (Tel: 031 536 9400)
East London branch (Tel: 043 813 1000)
Johannesburg branch (Tel: 011 239 5300)
Port Elizabeth branch (Tel: 041 373 6552)
Secunda branch (Tel: 017 634 9700)

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