Lonmin Bursary Programme
Lonmin is one of the world's largest primary producers of platinum group metals PGMs. Lonmin bursaries were introduced to assist potential students to attain qualifications (full time at a recognised tertiary institution) in mining-related disciplines, such as mining, electrical, mechanical, industrial or chemical engineering, metallurgy and mining technical services disciplines (for example geology), and to build the pipeline of future skills the Company needs by identifying and developing appropriate candidates (via our Graduate-in-Training programme).
, Mine Surveying
Who Can Apply
South African citizenship
Grade 12 with Maths and Science as subjects
Min C-average (60% or higher)
School leavers (Year 12), Undergraduate
Which Countries can Apply?
Full tuition fees
Books, accommodation and funds towards meals
8 weeks’ vacation work at the Company per year
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
A monthly allowance
A personal computer in the 2nd year of studies
The Bursar will undertake a Bursary Agreement with Lonmin which includes 8 weeks’ vacation work annually. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:
Attend lectures. Conduct compulsory practical vacation work of 8 weeks per annum as per bursar programme, Adhere to all Company policies, standards and procedures. Perform all assigned tasks in a safe manner. Capturing and reporting of information. Ensure effective team relationships and support. Engage relevant stakeholders to gain the necessary business context. Support and promote a positive work environment.
18 August 2021
Connaught House 1-3 Mount Street London W1K 3NB