Road Traffic Infringement Agency Bursary Application 2023-2024
Road Traffic Infringement Agency Bursary Application
About Road Traffic Infringement Agency
- The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offenses (AARTO) Act establishes the Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) as an independent adjudicator of traffic fines and infringements.
- The RTIA’s mission is to encourage the imposition of penalties, the imposition of demerit points, the education and communication of South African road traffic laws, the reward of compliant road users, the encouragement of reasonable, lawful, and fair administrative adjudication, and the effective suspension and cancellation of operator cards and driving licenses.
Fields of study the bursary covers
- Road Traffic Management (Degree/ National Diploma)
- BCom Finance
Required documents when applying for the bursary
- ID document (certified copy of)
- Matric certificate (certified copy of)
- Qualification certificates for any diplomas/ degrees completed (certified copy of)
- Latest academic record (certified copy of)
- Proof of tertiary registration/ admission letter
- Explanation as to what you’re doing if not currently studying/ enrolled
- Parents/ guardians proof of income (latest payslips if employed: certified copies of/ affidavit if unemployed)
- Motivational letter
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Qualifying criteria for the bursary
- South African citizen
- Completed Matric
- Studying or intend on studying full time within one of the aforementioned fields of study/ qualifications
- Studying at a recognized and accredited tertiary institution in South Africa
- NOT in receipt of any other bursary funding
- Currently unemployed
How to apply for the bursary
- Per the eligibility benchmarks stated above, qualified and interested persons should the official website of the bursary provider to access and complete the application process.
- Applicants should be sure to add all the relevant documents as stated above. Any applications that lack any of the supporting documents will not be considered.