The Kate Jagoe-Davies Memorial Fund for Disabled Students, South Africa

Scholarships for Disabled students from south Africa , University of Cape Town, South Africa
Study Subject: Ecological sustainability with respect to climate change
Employer:University of Capetown

Scholarship Description:The family and friends of the late Kate Jagoe-Davies have donated funding for the creation of ONE scholarship available for Disabled students who will register for full-time study for a post-graduate degree that relates to ecological sustainability with respect to climate change at the University of Cape Town

Eligibility and Selection:Applications are invited from South African students who are *disabled, and who have achieved a weighted average of at least 60% in the final year of the previous qualification. Suitable candidates must have demonstrated a passion for their field of study. There is no restriction on nationality, race or gender.
Final selection of eligible candidates will be made by the university’s PSFC (Postgraduate Studies Funding Committee). The PSFC will take into consideration recommendations made by the Trustees.

Value and Tenure:
The Value of the scholarship is R15,000 per year which must be used towards tuition, academic materials, housing and research project costs.The tenure of the award is strictly ONE YEAR. A scholarship may be renewed if renewal is applicable to the degree concerned and subject to the fulfilment of all the conditions of award. The renewal policy is as follows: one year only for an Honours candidate (i.e. no renewal is applicable); one year with possibility of renewal for one further year for a masters candidate; or one year with the possibility of renewal for 2 further years for a doctoral candidate, contingent on satisfactory academic progress and/or availability of funds.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 25 February 2011

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