ANGUS-SAWISE Scholarships in Science and Engineering for African Women

ANGUS-SAWISE Scholarships in Science and Engineering for African Women

SA WISE
Undergraduate Degree

Deadline: 30 November (annual)
Study in: Africa

ANGUS-SAWISE Scholarships in Science and Engineering for African Women

Brief description:

ANGUS-SAWISE Scholarships in Science and Engineering for African Women: The Angus Scholarship is presented on an annual basis by the South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE) organization to a Sub-Saharan black female graduate who has achieved a grade point average of 70% or higher in her field of study.

The scholarship provides funding for one academic year at the honors level (the equivalent of the fourth year of study) in any discipline within the fields of science and engineering. The applicant who is ultimately chosen should sign up to be an involved member of SAWISE.

Host Institution(s):

Not specified.

Field of study:

Science and Engineering

Number of Awards:

One scholarship is awarded each year.

Target group:

Women from Sub-saharan Africa.  South African applicants will be given preference.

Scholarship value/inclusions:

The scholarship covers one year of study at the honors level of tertiary education (which is equivalent to the fourth year of study). Get in touch with the organization that awards the scholarship for more details.

Eligibility:

Contact the scholarship provider for more information.

Application instructions:

It is imperative that you go to the official website (link may be found below) in order to obtain specific information regarding the application process for this scholarship.

Application deadline is 30 November annually.

Contact information:

SAWISE Scholarships committee
P O Box 34085
Rhodes Gift
7707

Enquiries:
[email protected]

Website:

Official Scholarship Website:  http://web.uct.ac.za/org/sawise/scholarshipangus.html

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