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South African Department of Agriculture

This government department has bursaries available for qualifying candidates each year to study further in a field they love that is seen as critical and scarce in the sectors of their industry. Their bursaries are to aid the financially restricted candidates that have a great potential and a desire to study further.

The following will be covered by the bursary awarded to selected candidates:

  • Tuition fees
  • Book fees
  • Accommodation fees
  • Meal fees
  • A monthly allowance fee

Department of Agriculture Bursaries Available

The following fields of study are available with a bursary from this department and some only at specific Universities:

  • B Sc Agricultural Soil Science
  • B Sc Agricultural Agronomy
  • B Sc Plant Pathology
  • B Sc Oceanography & Marine Biology
  • B Sc Forestry & Wood Science
  • B Sc Geo-informatics
  • National Diploma in Food Technology

University of Kwa-Zulu Natal

  • B Sc Bio-resource Engineering / Agricultural Engineering

University of Cape Town

University of Pretoria

  • Bachelor – Veterinary Science

Rhodes University

  • B Sc Ichthyology Specializing in Aquaculture

University of Stellenbosch

  • B Sc Food Science
  • B Sc Viticulture & Oenology / Soil Science / Plant Pathology

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

  • National Diploma in Forestry

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

  • National Diploma in Oceanography
  • National Diploma in Fisheries Resource Management

Postgraduate subjects are also available for B Tech / B Sc / Honors / M Tech / PhD / M Sc and D Tech within the different fields of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries as required by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries.

Department of Agriculture Opportunities

The department also provides Internships and a Youth Development Program for unemployed youth in South Africa. The selected individuals that get awarded these opportunities will receive on the job training in technical skills, public service skills, business skills as well as critical life skills. With these skills, they will be able to move on to the formal work sector and become a success story.

Source: bursaries-southafrica.co.za
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