The Citrus Academy bursary is open to any person studying at a registered tertiary education institution. Students must be studying in a field related to citrus production or research.
The Academy aims to address 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.
Are you studying one of the following qualifications:
The South African Veterinary Foundation has been providing financial assistance to 4th and 5th year students studying Veterinary Science since 1999. There are 2 bursaries available valued at R10 000 each, available to students who are active participants in campus activities and have a good academic record.
The bursaries are offered only to BVSc IV and BVSc V students.
Recipients of the bursary are not obliged to repay the bursary.
SANBI is seeking two masters students interested in pursuing an area of study focused around policy advice and biodiversity mainstreaming.
Particular areas of research include: Reviewing biodiversity mainstreaming in South Africa to date; Policy advice at the built and ecological infrastructure nexus (particularly as this relates to water); Mainstreaming biodiversity concerns in to the water sector ; New and emerging public policy approaches; How behavioural sciences could be applied to policy development and implementation.
The purpose of the Fund is to provide bursaries to students enrolled, or intending to enroll, at tertiary educational institutions for obtaining a qualification appropriate for formal employment in the South African wool industry
The Company has a programme to train students either at Universities, Universities of Techology and CETA Learnerships in order to ensure sufficient numbers of graduates and technicians for the company’s future needs.
This formal education is followed up by on the job training and mentorship under the supervision of skilled, trained and professional people.
The Fulbright Foreign Student Programme is inviting applications for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The South African Fulbright Foreign Student Programme provides grants for South African university graduates to pursue post-graduate studies at a United States university in any subject (excludes MBA and studies that require contact with patients).
For the past 19 years, the Thuthuka Bursary has funded academically talented African and Coloured learners and students who want to become chartered accountants [CAs(SA)]. If you are one of them, don’t delay applications for the 2022 intake have just opened.