DSI-NRF CoE Human Development Bursaries 2024 – For details about eligibility, requirements, available positions, application procedure – how to apply, application form PDF download, interview questions/schedules, etc.
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This page contains information about the latest Bursaries programmes at the DSI-NRF CoE Human Development for 2023/2024 and how to apply.
A bursary is a monetary award made by any educational institution or funding authority to individuals or groups. It is usually awarded to enable a student to attend school, university or college when they might not be able to, otherwise. Some awards are aimed at encouraging specific groups or individuals into study.
Last updated on March 12th, 2023 at 06:55 am
DSI-NRF Bursary 2024 for South African students, DSI-NRF Bursaries 2024, Department of Science and Innovation – National Research Foundation (DSI-NRF) Centre for Excellence Human Development Bursary Application Form 2024, DSI-NRF Bursary Closing Date 2024
|Bursary Provider:||Department of Science and Innovation – National Research Foundation (DSI-NRF) Human Development|
|Closing Date:||31 March 2023|
Department of Science and Innovation – National Research Foundation (DSI-NRF) Human Development invites students to apply for Bursary Programme 2024 academic year.
Bursary Application closing date is 31 March 2023
Applications are now open for the Department of Science and Innovation – National Research Foundation (DSI-NRF) Human Development Bursary 2024 for South African citizens.
At the start of each academic year, the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Human Development considers grant proposals and post-graduate or post-doctoral funding applications that fall under the thematic areas of the Centre.
The CoE-HUMAN awards bursaries to deserving Master’s and Doctoral students and Post-Doctoral Fellows:
- Master’s students are funded for two years at R162 900 a year (dependent on Full Cost of Study (FCS) or Partial Cost of Study (PCS))
- Doctoral students are funded for three years at R170 430 a year (dependent on FCS or PCS)
- Post-Doctoral Fellows are funded for three years at R200 000 a year
Grant holders on PCS or FCS funding may receive supplementary funding from another private-sector source, another South African government source, the NRF supervisor’s running expenses (SARChI, CoEs, etc.) or any other source (e.g. Merit Awards), provided that the total funding received from the NRF and the other source(s) does not exceed institutional maximum limit for the respective levels of study.
The award of bursaries is governed by the Ministerial Guidelines for Improving Equity in the Distribution of DSI-NRF Bursaries and Fellowships (2013).
In terms of these guidelines, bursaries are intended primarily for South African citizens and permanent residents; although a small number of foreign and SADC citizens will be considered.
South Africans registered at foreign universities are not eligible.
Applicants are requested to submit the following documents
- Proof of registration
- Certified copy of your South African ID book (for South African citizens and permanent residents) and Passport (for foreign and SADC citizens)
- Project proposal and relevance to the topic of Human Development
- Certified copies of your qualifications and academic transcript
- Supervisor recommendation and letter of support
- Application form
Only applications that include the above requirements will be considered.
Applicants should submit their documents (submission deadline: 31 March 2023) and direct their enquires to Ms Rebecca Mudau; email: [email protected]
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