Bursary Scheme


BURSARY SCHEME AND BURSARY WORKING COMMITTEE

The Meat Industry Trust (MIT) annually makes funds available for bursaries to meritorious students for post-graduate studies at South African tertiary institution in fields of importance to the Red Meat Industry. The purpose of the bursary scheme is to create further scientific capacity in South African and to address industry research needs.

 

The Closing date for applications is 31 October

The Bursary Working Committee will not accept any late applications

 

The Meat Industry Trust (MIT) administers the scheme via its Bursary Working Committee (BWC) who will liaises closely with the tertiary institution and the relevant Head of Department and/or Supervisor under whose guidance the student will conduct the post graduate study (Masters or Doctorate).

If you meet the criteria (in the attached document) please apply, further information, documents and application forms are attached listed below for download.  Please study these documents before completion and submission to the MIT Bursary Working Committee. Confirmation of receipt will be issued by the Administration office.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION

 

  • you must be a full-time student
  • you must be a South African Citizen
  • complete the application form by TYPING in the detail on pages 1 to 11

 

 

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

  1. Post Graduate Bursary Information – Post Graduate Bursary
  2. Information for Applicants – Information for applicants
  3. Terms of Reference – Terms of Reference
  4. Application Form – Application Form (PDF)
  5. Application Form – Application Form (WORD)

 

CONTRACTUAL and PROGRESS DOCUMENTS

  1. Agreement – Bursary Agreement
  2. Final Progress Report – Final Progress Report (PDF)
  3. Final Progress Report – Final Progress Report (WORD)

Contact the Secretariat for more information regarding the Bursary Scheme

 

Prof. Theuns Erasumus (Chairperson)

Cell: 083 625 2329

Email: terasmus@telkomsa.net

PO Box 36802
Menlo Park
0102

 

 

 

 

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