Doctoral Scholarship for African Students is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at NRF-MINDS
The NRF was established through the National Research Foundation Act (Act No 23 of 1998), following a system-wide review conducted by the Department of Arts, Culture, Science, and Technology (DACST).
Aim and Benefits of NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship
- Full Cost of Study (FCS) or Partial Cost of Study (PCS).
Requirements for NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship Qualification
- Be a citizen of an African country other than SA, residing in any African country
- Be thirty-two (32) tears of age and or younger on 31 December in the year of application for the doctoral scholarship and
- Be intending to pursue full-time doctoral studies with effect from the following academic year of the year of application at a SA public university.
How to Apply
All the postgraduate students will be expected to apply on the NRF Connect system by accessing the link: https://nrfconnect.nrf.ac.za/. No manual applications will be accepted.
For more details, visit NRF website.