Applications are open for interested and suitably qualified candidates for the Ian Mackenzie Scholarships for Environmental Studies 2019. The full application details for the Ian Mackenzie Scholarships can be accessed below.
Ian Mackenzie Scholarships
Rhodes University is a public research university located in Makhanda in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It is one of four universities in the province.
Ian Mackenzie Scholarships for Environmental Studies 2019 at Rhodes University, South Africa is open for South African Students. The scholarship allows Masters, Post Doctorate level program(s) in the field of Environmental Studies taught at Rhodes University.
Degree Level: Masters level program
Available Subjects: Environmental Studies at masters level are available under the scholarship. The Scholarship is available for full-time Master’s or Doctoral degree study in the Faculty of Science within one of the following disciplines: Chemistry, Biochemistry, Entomology, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Ichthyology, Microbiology, Physics, Botany or Zoology.
The topic of the research should be one which will contribute to the preservation or enhancement of the environment.
This Scholarship to the value of R55 000 for one year and is tenable at Rhodes University and is awarded normally on an annual basis from interest accruing on a donation received from Dr. Ian Mackenzie, a previous Chancellor of the University.
Eligible Nationalities: Only South African Students
The Scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the University to applicants with a meritorious academic record.
- Application Procedure:
Please submit the following:
- A full academic record.
- An outline of your research proposal.
- A supporting reference from one of your present supervisors.
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How to Apply for Ian Mackenzie Scholarships
Candidates who have met the above-listed criteria should Click here to apply.
Application Deadline: Completed applications should be submitted by later than 31 May 2019.