The Board of Trustees of the SANDF Education Trust has announced that the Trust awards education bursaries to qualifying beneficiaries of the Trust.
The dependents of SANDF members, who were killed or severely injured while on official duty subsequent to 27 April 1994, are considered as beneficiaries and may apply for a bursary to cover education expenses.
Bursaries will be awarded to
Primary School Learners; Secondary School Learners; and Tertiary Learners.
The Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program (HSAFP) was established in 1979, for mid-career professionals who were previously disadvantaged by apartheid laws.
The Fellowship Program has awarded more than 200 fellowships since its establishment, and it is open to South Africans of any race and ethnicity.
In order to be selected, fellows must be in the age range of 30-45 years and show significant skill in their chosen field. The fellowship is offered to recipients for a year of study at Harvard's schools or Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
A New Zealand Scholarship will change and enrich your life.
The New Zealand Aid Programme offers scholarships to potential applicants from eligible African countries
(including South Africa) who are motivated to make a difference at home. Applications are now open for studies in 2021.
Types of scholarships available
There are two types of scholarships available:
1) New Zealand Scholarship for International Tertiary
The Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG); through the National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC} hereby invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the National Disaster Management Centre's Bursary Programme for the 2020 Academic year.
The NDMC's Bursary Programme seeks to fund selected students enrolled for a higher qualification in Disaster Risk Science and/or Disaster Management at Public Institutions in South Africa.
CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:
SACTWU manages South Africa 's biggest trade union bursary fund. The scheme offers members and their dependents financial support to study at universities, technikons and certain other higher education institutions. The fund was started in 1975 with a small solidarity contribution by trade union members to help support each other to meet the education expenditure of their children.
The African Women’s Public Service Fellowship, made possible by a donation from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation, expands the opportunity for African women to impact for public service in their home countries.
The Fellowship provides full tuition, fees, housing, travel to and from the United States, and a small stipend to cover books and miscellaneous expenses.
Priority sectors include:
- Gender Studies
- Human Rights
- Public Policy (especially Infrastructure and Economic policy as well as Trade Policy)
- Security Studies