TheSouth African Reserve Bank (SARB) is providing 5 grants to postgraduate students signed up at South African universities.
TheSouth African Reserve Bank (SARB) is the reserve bank of SouthAfrica It was developed in 1921 after Parliament passed an act, the “Currency and Bank Act of 10 August 1920”, as a direct outcome of the irregular financial and monetary conditions which World War I had actually brought.
CourseLevel: The grants are open to masters and doctoral students signed up at South African universities.
StudySubject: Grants are granted to research study the topics provided by the university.
ScholarshipAward: The worth of each grant is R7500 0.00
Number of Scholarships: There are 5 grants readily available.
Scholarship can be taken in: South Africa
- Proposals must show how the research study job will assist to enhance the more comprehensive understanding of monetary stability problems in South Africa.
- Recipients of grants will be needed to send a paper upon conclusion, which is readily available for publication by theSARB The publication will be subject to basic peer evaluation procedures.
- Research managers will be needed to send a development report by 31 July 2018.
Nationality: South African students are qualified to use.
EntranceRequirement: Applicants should have previous degree.
Howto Apply: Submit the needed documents to the following e-mail address: ruth.ollier-at-resbank. co.za. Documentation to be sent:
- Completedapplication type
- ResearchProposal no greater than 5 pages in length, with a one-page summary.
- A complete scholastic records to mid-2017
- A recommendation letter from the manager of the research study.
- A licensed copy of your South African identity file.
- A licensed copy of your passport if you are not a South African person.
ApplicationDeadline: The due date for submission is October 20, 2017.