September 4, 2011

SANCOR International Travel Student Award for South African Citizens

SANCOR International Travel Student Award

Course(s) Offered: Science
Course Level: Graduate (phd)
Provider: SANCOR
Country to Study in: Any country abroad

Scholarship Description
The South African Network for Coastal and Oceanic Research (SANCOR) International Travel Student Award has been instituted to promote and develop capacity building in science in the marine and coastal environment.

It is presented annually to a PhD student in recognition of their work accomplished thus far.

To apply, the following eligibility criteria must apply:
  • Should be younger than 35 years of age
  • Must be South African citizens/permanent residence permit holders.
  • Must be registered for a PhD degree at a South African university at the time of the application.
Eligible groups
Citizens of South Africa

Participating Institutions
The programme is for eligible scholars enrolled at any South African university

Fields of study
Science (in the marine and coastal environments)

Number of awards
One (1) will be given

Sponsorship duration
This is a onetime financial grant

Scholarship benefits
The SANCOR Travel Grant offers up and coming young marine scientists the opportunity to attend an international conference and to showcase their research as well as gain experience in presenting a paper to an international audience.

Furthermore it provides the ideal platform for the student to interact and network with national and international experts in the same research field.

Method of Application
All applications are done online. If you are eligible for this award and want to apply, please visit the official website through the link provided below.

The Scholarship Application Deadline is 30th of September 2011

All applicants must be registered for a PhD degree at a South African university at the time of the application

Application Deadline: 30 September 2011
Open to International students: No (ONLY South Africans)

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