DAAD-NRF Bourses de maîtrise et de doctorat conjointes dans les pays 2019 pour les Sud-Africains.

Date limite de candidature: Juillet 31st 2019

Avec la Fondation nationale de recherche (NRF) in South Africa, the DAAD awards funding for Master and PhD degrees at South African Universities to South Africans.

The DAAD, in partnership with the National Research Foundation (NRF), offers scholarships for postgraduate studies on a Master and PhD level to South Africans at South African universities in any field of study. This scholarship is only open to South African citizens or Permanent South African Residency Holders.

DAAD-NRF In-Country Scholarship holders are eligible for exciting funding and networking opportunities in addition to the scholarship they have received for their full-time Master or PhD degree in South Africa.

They may choose to apply for DAAD funding for a Short-Term Research Visit of 2 – 6 months to Germany and/or attend one of six summer schools on offer in Germany during their funding period with the DAAD and NRF.

The DAAD Information Centre Johannesburg furthermore delights in inviting DAAD-NRF Scholarship holders to a yearly conference for networking purposes. This scholarship is thus especially interesting to South Africans who would like to study in South Africa but still gain international research experience in Europe.

Candidates must apply through their universities. Each university has its own internal deadline. For more information the candidate’s faculty or research office at the relevant university may be contacted.

Universities must send students’ applications to the NRF by these deadlines:

Master: 16 September 2019

PhD: 31 July 2019

Pour plus d'informations:

Visitez la page Web officielle des bourses conjointes de maîtrise et de doctorat du DAAD-NRF dans le pays 2019

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