About the institute:
The South African Institute of Race Relations, Initially established in 1929, is a research and policy organization based in South Africa. The aim of the institute is to investigate social and economic conditions within the country and distribute the findings, the institution has a team with various professionals.
SAIRR is providing educational funding to disadvantaged South Africans and has been on it since 1935.
The late president Nelson Mandela was also a benefit of this bursary, Which funded some of his academic commitments.
Fields covered by this bursary:
Funding will be granted across a range of fields, inclusive to business and commerce; medicine, health sciences and dentistry; science and engineering; education; law and arts; and more. bursaries will be awarded to students who are studying towards an Undergraduate Degree or Diploma only. Postgraduate studies will not be funded.
South African citizen
Completed grade 12 OR currently in Matric
Studying or intend on studying towards a first degree/ diploma qualification.
Studying or intend on studying at a South African recognized institution of higher learning.
Must be in financial need
Good academic performance
How to apply:
Applications must be done online.
Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit the following
- Certified ID copy document.
- Certified copy of Matric certificate.
- Grade 12 latest results, if currently in grade 12
- Full tertiary academic record, if currently in University (stamped and certified by the institutional university or college.
- Proof of tertiary registration/ admission
31 August 2020
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