The South African Avocado Growers’ Association (SAAGA) makes bursaries available to individuals from historically disadvantaged groups for studies to towards a BSc (Agric) or equivalent degrees majoring in Horticultural Science or Agricultural Economics / Agribusiness.
Aim of bursary is to ensure that appropriately trained graduates of colour enter the South African avocado industry to enable continued growth of the sector.
The Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa (PAMSA) is offering bursaries to post-graduate chemical engineering students. PAMSA offers its Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) study programme which facilitates bursaries and scholarships for eligible applicants.
Closing Date: 8 May 2020
The value of bursary is R130,000 per year for two years’ full time study of M.Eng. degree
Interviews will be held with selected candidates in July 2020.
The Citrus Academy is a non-profit company that was established by the Citrus Growers' Association of Southern Africa to enable human resource development in the Southern African citrus industry.
The Academy is tasked with addressing specific challenges faced by the industry, being low production skills levels, employment equity, scarce and critical skills, black economic empowerment, and the quality of skills delivery.
The aim of this fellowships programme is to enhance the capacity-building and human resources development in the area of sustainable and renewable energy sources in developing countries and countries in transition. The training activities in the framework of these fellowships are tenable in specialized institutions in the Russian Federation. The medium of instruction will be English. UNESCO will solicit applications from the developing countries and countries in transition.
The South African Veterinary Foundation has been providing financial assistance to 4th and 5th year students studying Veterinary Science since 1999. The bursaries are awarded to students who are active participants in campus activities and have a good academic record. Recipients of the bursary are not obliged to repay the bursary. The current bursary under offer is to the value of R10 000.
Scholarships awarded by the South African Association of Botanists for 2020
Each year the South African Association of Botanists awards “SAAB Scholarships”, to SADEC graduates with 70% or above grade average. In 2020, three awards of R10 000 for 1 year of tertiary study at Honours level (or 4th year level of study) in any botanically-related science will be granted to three registered students, on a competitive basis.