Course(s) Offered: All fields
Course Level: Graduate (masters, phd)
Provider: Ernst & Ethel Ericksen Trust
Country to Study in: South Africa
The Ernst & Ethel Ericksen Trust was established by Ethel Eriksen in the early 1980's.
The trust provides study grants to students doing post graduate study and has enabled scholars from all walks of life to fulfill their dreams, and in so doing benefit South Africa.
- The student must be a South African citizen.
- Study must be at a South African university.
- Students must have completed their honours in order to apply.
Any approved South African university
Citizens of South Africa
Number of award
All bursaries are granted for one year only. Applicants must reapply for each successive year.
The amount of the grant is solely at the discretion of the Trustees and subject to the availability of funds. No correspondence will be entered into.
Payment of study grants for those successful applicants is made directly to the university where the applicant has indicated he/she will be studying.
Method of Application
Graduate students can apply for a bursary to do a Masters or Doctorate post graduate degree at an approved South African university.
Once you have everything ready, you will need to register online in order to access the online application form. You can also print the application form and prepare offline, by clicking on the print icon at the bottom of the form.
All applications must be submitted online. Posted applications will not be considered.
Once submitted, the application is checked to ensure all required information has been provided. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Applications open in July and close on 30 September of every year. Applications are for a study grant for the following academic year.
The applications are submitted to the Board of Trustees of the Ernst and Ethel Eriksen Trust.
Applicants are informed of the status of their application towards the end of November.
Application Deadline: 30 September 2013
Open to International students: No (ONLY South Africans)
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