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PosterThe SAIMM welcomes you to its website and a special welcome to those seeking a career in the Minerals and Metals industry which holds challenges and rewards and will prove to be an exciting adventure. We have gathered information from our mines, educators and individual members to give you some advice that will help you to choose our industry as a career.

The section titled "The Industry" gives some background information about the mining industry in South Africa. In the "Plant Layout" section, the interactions of the different career opportunities are discussed. It contains interactive links to photographs of interest. The "Careers" section provides information about different career paths once you have obtained your qualification. Information about different study routes is supplied in the "Educational" section. This includes a list of the different tertiary institutions that provide courses in a minerals related field. Studying at a tertiary institution is expensive and you should make provision for this. The "Financing" section provides some information of different types of funding available to finance your studies. In the last sections the different fields of study in the minerals industry is discussed. This includes Geology, Mining, Surveying, Rock Engineering, SHE, Metallurgy and Chemical Engineering.

Scholarship Fund

The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy established a Scholarship Trust Fund for students in Mining and Metallurgy at South African tertiary educational Institutions in 2003. The fund holds some reserves for future years in order to smooth the flow of monies to the Institutions. Considerable funding has come from the SAIMM itself as it has contributed R220 000 each year; but significant funds have also been donated by individuals in the minerals and metals industry or by the smaller companies operating in the industry.
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