The brand-new SAAO Prize Scholarship is now readily available for all brand-new South African students to deal with a PhD job monitored by scientists at the SAAO.
Foundedin 1820 and situated in the leafy Southern residential areas of Cape Town, The South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) is the nationwide centre for optical and infrared astronomy in SouthAfrica Its prime function is to perform basic research study in astronomy and astrophysics. It does so by supplying a first-rate center to researchers.
- ApplicationsDeadline: August 3, 2018
- CourseLevel: Scholarship is readily available to pursue PhD program.
- StudySubject: Scholarship is granted for PhD research studies in optical or multi-wavelength astrophysics. Projects Offered:
Supervisors: Ros Skelton and Sarah Blyth (UCT)/IlaniLoubser (NWU): Project information
Supervisor: Amanda Sickafoose: Project information
Supervisors: Amanda Sickafoose and Nicolas Erasmus: Project information
Supervisors: Retha Pretorius, David Buckley, and Alida Odendaal: Project information.
- ScholarshipAward: Stipend of R180, 000 annually (tuition costs will be covered by SAAO and extra assistance for travel and devices will be offered).
- Nationality: Thisscholarship is readily available for South African students.
- Number of Scholarships: Numbers not provided
- Scholarship can be taken in SouthAfrica
Eligibilityfor the Scholarship:
EligibleCountries: Thisscholarship is readily available for South African students.
EntranceRequirements: Applicants should satisfy the following requirements:
Thescholarship is presently open up to South African residents who hold, or are studying to, an MSc degree in physics, astrophysics, or a carefully associated location (preferably with some astronomy background), and should be all set to sign up for a PhD at the start of the 2019 scholastic year.
How to Apply: Send your CV, inspiration, scholastic records and set up for 2 referral letters to be sent out to the exact same address by the closing date.