The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) is offering grants for South Africans citizens and Italian citizens resident in South Africa to study pursue training or research programs at public and recognized Italian higher education institutions for the academic year 2019-2020.
Applications for the 2019 ACT | DALRO | Nedbank Scholarships are now open to learners currently in grade 12 and to individuals under the age of 25 who have successfully completed grade 12 and are not currently registered for study towards an undergraduate degree.
The ACT Development Programme is the Arts and Culture Trust’s flagship programme and has been in existence since 1994. In 2017, the ACT Development Programme was changed to comprise of discipline-specific grants and postgraduate bursaries.
With support from the Nedbank Arts Affinity, the ACT Development Programme has supported more than 800 organisations and projects nationwide over the past 25 years- a contribution valued at more than R21 000 000 in total.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDING 2019: ARTS PROJECTS
Closing date: 12 April 2019 Outcomes date: 30 June 2019
The National Arts Council hereby invites applications for arts projects. Individual artists and organisations active in the disciplines of theatre, dance, music, visual arts, craft and literature are invited to submit their applications for project funding.
Individuals and registered arts organisations can apply for funding within the following programmes:
Scholarships offered by the Romanian State to foreign citizens through the MFA
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the Romanian Department of Public, Cultural and Scientific Diplomacy are offering 85 scholarship opportunities to foreign citizens, to study in Romania.
This opportunity is open to students who wish to pursue studies in Bachelor's, Master's and PhD.
The scholarship provides an opportunity for an aspiring Grade 12 learner, with financial need, to study a three-year degree in Brand Communication in Johannesburg.
The Loeries Creative Future scholarship was launched 10 years ago in 2008 to encourage and enable creativity at grassroots levels.
The scholarship is now the creative industry's richest bursary, covering everything a learner requires, including fees, study materials, accommodation and living expenses as well as mentorship, internship and employment in the advertising and brand communication industry.
HCI Foundation bursaries are primarily for students who will be in their 1st year of study in 2019 and our current bursary recipients.
The HCI Foundation Bursary Programme provides ﬁnancial assistance to academically deserving and financially needy students, pursuing an undergraduate degree up to Honours level in any ﬁeld of study, at a public university or university of technology in South Africa.
Applications for other years of study will only be considered if we have spaces available.