The PAMSA Bursary is a master of Engineering bursary programme. Students who are interested to do a Master M. Eng. in Chemical Engineering can apply for this bursary.
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Who can Apply For This Bursary?
If you are interested in doing a Master in Engineering and specifically Chemical Engineering. You need to be a Graduate or a student in your final year of study.
What are The Requirements?
- BSc Eng Graduates and BSc ENG final year chemical engineering students
- At least a 60% average in your final year
- Completed your BSc in 5 years or less
- Your areas of interest should be subjects like: renewable energy, recycling energy efficiency and more.
- Being a SA citizen is an advantage
You need to be studying at these Universities
- University of Stellenbosh
- University of Pretoria
- University of Wits
- University of North West
What Will This Bursary Cover?
This bursary is awarded to only a small number of students/graduates every year. The value of the bursary is around R130 000 annually for the time of 2 years.
On top of this you will gain advanced skills in very specific subjects like, Separation techniques, Wood Science, material flow analysis, chemical analysis, material and energy balances.
How To Apply For This Bursary?
You will find all you need to apply for this bursary on the PAMSA website. Besides the online application form, you will also need some certified documents. You will also need to specify what you areas of interest are.
Competition is swift so make sure to write a killing motivational letter if you want this bursary.
This bursary will close on June 22. Questions can be send to email: [email protected]