SKA Bursary (Undergraduate or Honours)
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be the world's largest and most sensitive radio telescope, about 50 times more sensitive, and up to 10 000 faster (in terms of its survey speed) than the best radio telescopes of today.
, Mathematical Sciences
Who Can Apply
Students who wish to study, or are studying, towards any one of the following degrees: Bachelor of Electronic Engineering, Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering, Bachelor of Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Science with majors in Mathematics / Applied Mathematics AND Physics, Bachelor of Science with majors in Astronomy and Physics, Bachelor of Computer Science, with co-major in Mathematics / Applied Mathematics, Bachelor of Science – Honours – Physics and Electronics / Astrophysics / Astronomy / Computer Science, Students who have achieved a minimum C in Mathematics AND Physical Science in Grade 12, or a minimum 60% for major subjects at undergraduate level. Students who intend to pursue postgraduate research in radio astronomy, or in an engineering discipline relevant to radio astronomy.
Which Countries can Apply?
19 August 2022