Utility Deadline:31 October 2020.
The main target of Dr Bongani Nyoka’s mission is on present and historic scholarly debates on data decolonisation and curriculum transformation. The mission investigates how African intellectuals have contributed to social and political idea. MA and PhD candidates interested by African mental historical past, African/black nationalism and African sociology are inspired to use.
MA scholarship (two years): R105 000.00 each year
PhD scholarship (three years): R135 000.00 each year
Eligibility: Desire will probably be given to designated teams
Necessities: Honours diploma in Politics & Worldwide Research or Sociology for MA purposes. MA in Politics & Worldwide Research or Sociology for PhD candidates.
Programme Co-Ordinator: Dr Bongani Nyoka, Division of Politics & Worldwide Research, Rhodes College, Grahamstown
Candidates have to ship:
- a short analysis proposal (1000 phrases);
- CV with educational report; and
- a current pattern of educational writing to [email protected]
Closing Date for Functions: 31 October 2020. Candidates will probably be shortlisted for a short interview and have to be obtainable to start full time research in February 2021.
Candidates have to be South African residents and resident in South Africa.
For enquiries contact [email protected] or [email protected]
For Extra Data:
Go to the Official Webpage of the Andrew W. Mellon Basis Masters & Doctoral Scholarships 2020/2021