Bursaries, Scholarships & Internships – March 2015
BURSARIES & SCHOLARSHIPS – EXPIRING MARCH 2015
BURSARIES & SCHOLARSHIPS
Please find a list of bursaries, scholarships and learnerships available for various fields of study expiring at the end of March 2015. For more information on bursaries and scholarships, please visit the gostudy website, http://www.gostudy.net.
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Access Trust (FET College Bursaries) – Closing 30 March
The Access Trust provides financial support to students studying at FET College in the Western Cape. Bursaries are for full-time post-matric courses at Western Cape Public FET colleges only for: NQF Levels 4 – 5, N4-N6 business and N1-N6 engineering; engineering practicals if the applicant has a technical matric or has completed at least N2 in engineering.
Sasol Bursary (University of Technology) – Closing 31 March
The Sasol Bursary Scheme offers bursaries to undergraduates currently studying in the following fields: Chemistry (Masters compulsory), Logistics (Hons compulsory), Geology (Hons compulsory), Informatics (Hons compulsory), Electrical, Metallurgy (Hons compulsory), Procurement & Supply, Law (Hons compulsory), Accounting/ BScience CA Stream (CTA, PGDA compulsory) and various Engineering.
SAMRO Music Bursaries – Closing 02 April
Since 1981, SAMRO has offered a number of bursaries for music students. These Bursaries constitute the most substantial awards in music study in South Africa and are open to citizens of all the countries within SAMRO’s territory of operation: South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland.
The following bursaries are on offer:
1. General Music Study: Western Art or Jazz Popular or African Indigenous Music genres (R10 000 each)available to students in their 2ndyears
2. Music Education OR Community Music Study (R10 000 each) available to students majoring in of these specialized courses in their 3rdand 4th years
3. Music Technology (R10 000 each) available to students majoring in music technology in their 3rd and 4th years
4. Performance Study: Western Art or Jazz Popular or African Indigenous Music genres (R10 000 each) available to students majoring inperformance study in their 3rd and 4th years
5. Composition Study (R10 000 each) available to students majoring in music composition in their 3rd, 4th and postgraduate years
6. Indigenous African Music Research (R10 000 each)for post-graduate research students at Honours, Masters or Doctoral levelAll SAMRO Music Bursary Application
SA Society for Crop Production (Undergraduate Bursary) - Closing 15 March
The SASCP annually awards two bursaries of R10 000.00 (ten thousand Rand) to deserving students who study full-time in the broad area of Crop Production (Agronomy / Crop Science) at a South African University. Applicants are invited to download and complete the application form and submit it, together with the supporting documents listed under Conditions, to the SASCP Secretariat.
Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarships for Students of Developing Countries, 2015-2016 - Closing 19 March
Applications are invited for Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarships Program (JJ/WBGSP) from the nationals of developing countries. Applicants must have at least 3 years of development-related experience since earning a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent university degree) or be in good health, as certified by a medical doctor, with respect to the capacity to be a productive scholar for the duration of the masters program.
Holland Scholarship for International Students, 2015 - Closing 31 March
Applications are invited for Holland Scholarship for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA). Scholarship is awarded for pursuing bachelor’s or master’s programmes at one of the participating Dutch higher education institutions. The scholarship amounts to € 5,000. Student will receive this in the first year of their studies.
International Excellence Scholarships at City University London in UK - Closing 31 March
City University London is offering up to 30 excellence scholarships for international students (from non-EU countries). Scholarships of £2,000 each will be awarded in the form of tuition fee waivers. These scholarships are available to students who are passionate about the arts and social sciences and believe they can make a real difference to people’s lives.
ICDD PhD Scholarships for Developing Countries in Social and Agricultural Sciences - Closing 15 March
The International Center for Development and Decent Work (ICDD) offers PhD Positions. Positions are open for citizenship of an ODA recipient country. The position is available to apply for a PhD scholarship in a particular academic field at an ICDD partner university. Scholarship will cover a country-specific monthly allowance, tuition fees, the participation in ICDD graduate school activities as well as the opportunity to apply for field research funding.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Scholarships for International Students in UK - Closing 22 May
University of Strathclyde is offering international excellence scholarships for both undergraduate and postgraduate Masters Courses (excluding MSc Clinical Pharmacy) within the Faculty of Science. The student must be paying full international fees. Each scholarship has a value of up to £3500 to be used towards the cost of tuition fees. Successful undergraduate students will receive this for each year of their degree, subject to satisfactory progress. The application deadline is 22 May 2015.
SOAS Masters Scholarships in Faculty of Languages and Cultures, UK - Closing 20 March
Applications are invited for SOAS Masters Scholarships to pursue full time MA program in the Faculty of Languages and Cultures. This scholarship is open to UK/EU and overseas applicants. Applicants must possess or expect to be awarded a First Class Honours Degree or equivalent. Students with a non-UK degree to be adjudged in the top rank by their referees and transcript. Each scholarship is valued at £15,957 in total. Fees will be deducted from this amount and the remainder will be used toward maintenance.
2016 Hugh le May Fellowship for South Africans at Rhodes University, South Africa - Closing 31 July
Rhodes University is offering three and six months residential Fellowship in alternate years to senior scholars. Only qualified applicants should apply i.e. At the conclusion of the Fellowship, the Fellow will be required to present a report on the work undertaken. The Fellow will be required to appropriately acknowledge the Fellowship and Rhodes University in all publications emanating from the period of the Fellowship.