2013 Call for Applications: Honours and Master’s Scholarships in South Africa

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The objective of the Labour Markets Intelligence Partnership (LMIP) Bursary Programme is to build human capacity in the sector to facilitate coherence and complementarity in the research field to ensure a more effective impact of research on policy, and to increase the national pool of researchers, especially of African and women researchers working in the area of higher education and training, skills development, information management/systems and labour market data analysis. Applicants must have obtained their previous degree in the minimum prescribed period. An exception is made for Black (African, Colored and Indian) students who may have taken an additional year to complete their previous degree. • Applicants that already hold a degree at the level for which they are applying are not eligible. • Full time employees of Higher Education Institutions are not eligible to apply. • All NRF/HSRC scholarships awards should be help as the primary funding source. • Scholarships must not be held simultaneously with a bursary/ scholarship from any other government, NRF or NRF administered source. • Scholarship-holders are allowed to hold non- binding supplementary grants or emoluments to half the value of the NRF/HSRC award or the award can be supplemented to the university capped value for the level of study. • Scholarship-holders must not hold full-time salaried employment during the tenure of the award. • Scholarship- holders will be allowed to undertake a maximum of 12 hours of teaching, tutorials, assistance or demonstrations duties per week on average during the year of study

Deadline: Do submit your applications till 15th December 2012.

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