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The Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa or ILASA will award the bursaries to those who are either pursuing an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in landscape architecture. Preference will be given to students coming from a previously disadvantaged background.
The HCI Foundation offers bursaries to a certain number of students every year. HCI Foundation bears up to 75% of the tuition fees depending on the need.
Council for Geoscience runs a bursary programme to promote the field of earth science among students. The programme offers financial support to students who need are in need of it. For the upcoming academic session, it will be awarded to current and future undergraduate students in the Geoscience fields of study.
The University of Free States offers fellowships to a certain number of doctoral graduates in the plant pathology discipline. SASPP offers these fellowships to those willing to take up a post-doctoral study programme at UFS in the Department of Natural and Agricultural Sciences/Plant Sciences.
To support the post-graduate students, the University of Witwatersrand is offering SAJHR top-up bursary for the upcoming academic year. This bursary is provided to those students who wish to pursue LLM degree, dealing with human rights, justice-related or constitutional issues in any field.
The Maize Trust also runs the Maize Trust Bursary Scheme to help meet the labor demand in the sector. For the upcoming academic year, it will award students who want to pursue a Master’s or Doctoral degree within the maize industry. The bursary value will depend on the level of study. For students pursuing a Masters by Dissertation, they will receive R95,000 per annum each for two years. PhD and Doctoral Research students will receive a higher amount of R125,000 per annum for three years.
To support and encourage the students interested in the field of biodiversity, the Joan Wrench scholarship fund was established in 2018. This scholarship program aims to fund the studies of those students who wish to pursue a career in the field of biodiversity.
Sasol bursaries are offered towards full-time study in the field of engineering and science. It aims to provide both financial and development/mentorship support to the students. Once a candidate completes the study he may also be employed at the Sasol group through its Graduate Development Program.
The AEASA formed a bursary in the memory of late Prof. B.D. Nomvete. This bursary is aimed at funding the studies of postgraduate students. With the help of this bursary students can pursue Ph.D. studies in the field of agricultural economics or any other related discipline.