The Graduate School of Economic and Management Sciences (GEM) is accepting applications for its full-time PhD programme.
Suitable candidates are invited to apply for three-year full-time doctoral scholarships in the research programmes of the Graduate School in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, to commence studies in January 2015. Citizens of African countries are specifically encouraged to apply.
Scholarships are available to the maximum value of R130 000 per year for three years. Further information on the current research themes, application procedures and forms are available at
Closing date for applications: 31 July 2014
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|The announcement on the extension of the call for nominations of the UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences. Originally scheduled for the 30 May 2014, has been extended to 15 July 2014.|
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Call for Applications 2014
|Women scientists who are nationals or permanent residents of any country in Sub-Saharan Africa have from 22 May to 21 August 2014 to apply for the 2014 L’ORÉAL-UNESCO Regional Fellowships. The Program aims to honour 10 talented African women for the quality of their research and assist them to pursue a brilliant career in science in any Sub-Saharan African country.
5 Fellowships of € 5,000 each will be granted to 5 African Ph.D. students and another
5 Fellowships of € 10,000 each will be granted to 5 African postdoctoral researchers.
The age limit for applicants is 40 years for Ph.D students and 45 years for postdoctoral researchers.
The Japanese Government Scholarships program for 2015 is now open. We would like to inform you that we will be holding two seminars in order to share more information on the scholarship. The details are as follows:
Date: Saturday 10th & Wednesday 14th May 2014
Time: 2:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.
Venue: Japan Information & Culture Centre, Embassy of Japan, Mara Road, Upper Hill
|The purpose of this Prize is to reward the projects and activities of an individual, individuals, institutions, other entities or non-governmental organizations for scientific research in the life sciences leading to improving the quality of human life.
The objectives of the Prize are related to the central function of UNESCO’s programme to encourage research and the setting up and further development of networks of centres of excellence in the life sciences.
The prizewinner(s), maximum three,having made a significant research contribution to the life sciences will be selected by the Director-General of UNESCO on the basis of the assessments and recommendations provided by an international jury.
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