National Research Foundation NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship Portal Be informed that the NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship for all Interested candidates. NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship Programme is currently on sale for all eligible Applicant who may wish to apply for the ongoing application process.
The requirements and qualifications for applying for the on going Applicant should have been NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship Programme.
How to Apply for NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship
Benefits of NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship
- Full Cost of Study (FCS) or Partial Cost of Study (PCS).
NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship Qualification and Requirements
- Be a citizen of an African country other than SA, residing in any African country
- Be thirty two (32) tears of age and or younger on 31 December in the year of application for the doctoral scholarship and
- Be intending to pursue full-time doctoral studies with effect from the following academic year of the year of application at a SA public university.
How to Apply NRF-MINDS Doctoral Scholarship
- All the postgraduate students will be expected to apply on the NRF Connect system by accessing the link: https://nrfconnect.nrf.ac.za/.
- No manual applications will be accepted.
July 8, 2022
About National Research Foundation (NRF)
The NRF was established through the National Research Foundation Act (Act No 23 of 1998), following a system-wide review conducted for the Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology (DACST). The new entity incorporated the functions of the research funding agencies that were previously servicing various sections of the research community, namely the former Centre for Science Development (CSD) of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) and the former Foundation for Research Development (FRD) that included several National Research Facilities
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