PROJECT LIFE CYCLE
- Read through the criteria and if you qualify, then…
- Apply for funding by completing the application form
- The BWC will review your case and you will be informed of your success or otherwise
- An ‘Agreement’ will be signed between the student and the BWC to formalise if you were successful
- Funds are released
- The project is initiated
- Student submits a Final Progress Report at the end of the project’s life cycle
- The project concludes
CRITERIA for a BURSARY AWARD
- Are you a South African citizen ?
- Are your proposed studies at an accredited Tertiary Institution ?
- Do you qualify for post-graduate studies, ie do you have a four-year degree from a South African Tertiary Institution that will qualify for admission to study towards a master’s degree ?
- Or if you already have a master’s degree will you qualify for admission to study towards a doctorate degree ?
- Do you meet the requirements for the post graduate institution where you want to apply?
- Will you be a full time student during your studies ?
Your Study must be related to one or more of the following FIELDS:
- Genetices / Genomics / Breeding
- Production / Management
- Health / Bio-Security / Welfare
- Rangeland / Pasture
- Economics / Marketing
- Slaughter / Carcass
- Hygiene / Product safety & quality
- Consumer health & acceptance
Which Red Meat Species does your study relate to?
Bursaries are awarded on academic merit as well as the intended field of study
Please download the application form, complete, sign, scan and return via email to the address provided on the form: firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual progress reports need to be submitted.
The BWC will evaluate projects annually and agree if a student may proceed with the study.