Bursaries By Study Field : Conservation

Jones and Wagener Bursary Scheme - Jones and Wagener

Cnr. Bevan & Wessels Road, Rivonia, Sandton, South Africa
Jones & Wagener is a specialist firm of consulting engineers and scientists based in South Africa. Jones & Wagener offer a limited number of bursaries for Civil Engineering students studying at South African universities.
31 Jul 2020

Masters Fellowship - Eastern and Southern Africa - World Bank

1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 USA
The fellowship is offered by the World Bank in partnership with governments in Eastern and Southern Africa and aims to support young African female scientists. This initiative aims to improve the quality of training and research in higher education, and to reduce the skill gaps in key development priority areas.
04 Jun 2020

National Research Foundation (NRF) - National Research Foundation

The Centre for Conservation Science at the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa (NZG) is offering four MSc bursaries to four enthusiastic students with strong interests in Wildlife Conservation Genetics, Forensics and Epidemiology. Four projects are offered: MSc Bursaries x 4: Conservation Genetics / Forensics / Epidemiology
26 Jan 2021

TreccAfrica - TreccAfrica

Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa
TRECC Africa scholarships available to students and staff from various African countries to study at one of the consortium partners. The consortium provides postgraduate (doctoral and master) training to 72 postgraduate students and 8 staff members in Africa. TreccAfrica (Transdisciplinary Training for Resource Efficiency and Climate Change Adaptation in Africa) will provide doctoral and master’s training to 80 postgraduate students in Africa at six leading African Universities to provide the next generation of academics and professionals who will be able to address an interlocking set of real challenges for Africa’s future development: climate change and resource depletion.
26 Mar 2021

Maize Trust Bursary - Maize Trust

Students are invited to apply for bursaries to further their studies from the Maize Trust. The most important conditions of the bursaries are as follows: Students must be South African citizens and busy with fulltime study. The bursaries are only for Masters and Doctoral studies. The field of study must be relevant to the South African maize industry. The topic for the thesis must be approved by the Maize Trust.

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