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The CSIR bursary programme financially supports full-time, unemployed students in obtaining qualifications in areas that are deemed a priority by the CSIR
The bursary is open to academically qualifying young people and aims to attract and increase participation of women and black people in science, engineering and technology, specifically in the areas mentioned below:
Areas for undergraduate Bursary: Data Science and Electronic Engineering
Areas for Honours Bursary: Industrial Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Areas for Masters Bursary: Agricultural Sciences - Crop Science, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bio-medical Biology, Biotechnology, Civil Engineering, Computational Biology, Computer Science, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Computer Engineering, Data Science, Economics and Social Science, Economics and Public Policy, Electronic Engineering, Geoinformatics, International Relations, Laser Physics, Machine learning, Mechatronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Powder Metallurgy, Robotics, Science Communications, Statistics and Software Engineering
Areas for Doctoral Bursary: Applied Mathematics, Agricultural Engineering, Aquaculture, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Cell Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Electronic Engineering, Geo-Informatics, Geo-Information Science – Remote Sensing/Data Analytics/Modelling, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Laser Physics, Medical Microbiology, Medical Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Physics, Software Engineering, Veterinary Science and Virology
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|20 Aug 2023
|Country to study
|The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)
|Men and Women
For Maters and Doctoral
Academic merit will be considered during the selection process, as well as the imperative to increase the participation of women and black people in science, engineering and technology.
For a Masters and Doctoral bursary, applicants should be South African citizens who possess the following:
Furthermore, the ideal candidate is an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who takes ownership and initiative. He/she must also meet the entry requirements for Masters or PhD’s bursary at the selected university.
Your Application must be accompanied by the following documents:
Failure to attach these documents will result in your application being null and void.
The call for the 2024 academic year applications NOW OPEN!
For more details visit: CSIR website.