Have you considered studying towards a Masters or Doctorate qualification?
To further promote the Reward profession, SARA is annually offering a bursary of R25 000 towards Masters or Doctoral research. Students should already be accepted with an accredited university for Masters or Doctoral research or have completed a detailed proposal with the intention to register in 2011.
Selection criteria for the SARA bursary
- The applicant needs to have an honours/PDM for Masters or a Masters for a Doctorate.
- Students should already be accepted with an accredited university for Masters or Doctoral research and be registered for 2010/11 or have completed a detailed research proposal with the intention to study in 2011.
- The primary research question should be within the ambit of reward management, or at least HR Management with a focus on reward management. Therefore, the research topic should be relevant to the reward environment and add to the existing base of knowledge and methodologies.
- The candidate should be committed to continuing to invest in remuneration as a profession.
- Planned research must be completed within three years from receiving the bursary and formal feedback in the form of a presentation to the SARA membership, as well as a copy of the research document must be made available to SARA for inclusion in its existing body of research.
The application form for SARA selection purposes needs to be completed (click here for the form) and forwarded to Gillian le Cordeur at Gillian@vdw.co.za with a copy of the research proposal submitted to the University.
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