Course(s) Offered: Science, Engineering
Course Level: Undergraduate (honours), Graduate (master’s, PhD)
Provider: The SANHARP
Country to Study in: South Africa
In an effort to address nuclear skills for the envisaged 9,600 MWe of nuclear power generation to be commissioned from 2023 to 2030, the South African Nuclear Human Asset Research Programme (SANHARP) hereby invites applications from full time students interested in the postgraduate studies.
There are 8 Honours, 6 Masters and 5 PhD competitive bursaries available for successful students.
All eligible students must have a supervisor(s) and a research proposal approved by SANHARP. On completion of the studies, students are required to serve the nuclear sector for the number of years they were sponsored.
Citizens of South African origin
The South African Nuclear Human Asset Research Programme (SANHARP), Republic of South Africa
Fields of study
Courses at Honours, Master’s and PhD level studies in:
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Materials/Metallurgical Science or Engineering
- Applied Mathematics
- Computer Science
Not specified by provider
Just under 20 students in total - 8 Honours, 6 Masters and 5 PhDs
SANHARP Bursary amounts and what it covers:
- Up to R67,000.00 for undergraduate studies
- Up to R85,000.00 for Masters
- Up to R100,000.00 for PhD
- Full tuition fees
- Pocket Money
- Full university scholarships
- Undergraduate to doctoral (Science & Engineering)
- Vacation work
- Permanent employment
- Annual student workshop/s
If you are eligible and are interested in applying, visit the official website via the link to DOWNLOAD and fill in the APPLICATION FORM on the official site.
The Submission Deadline for ALL Applications is 31st of May 2011
SANHARP – South African Nuclear Human Asset & Research Programme – supported by the DST, is one of the two programmes of the ARI (applied research and innovation) a new directorate within the National Research Foundation (NRF) of the South African government.
The second programme is the THRIP - The Technology and Human Resources for Industry programme – supported by the dti.
The SANHARP aims to address some of SA’s nuclear strategies: i). Development of industrial support base; ii). Support for research, development and innovation; AND iii). Development of human resources.
Application Deadline: 31 May 2011
Open for International Students: No (ONLY South Africans)
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