Bursaries By Study Field : Language & Literature Studies

Chinese Government Scholarship - Chinese government

The Chinese Government is offering scholarships for South African students to study at Chinese institutions. The Department of Higher Education and Training is responsible for nominations. The scholarship may be awarded for undergraduate (Bachelors) in the identified scarce skills, postgraduate (Masters or PhD) or non-degree Chinese language studies. Bachelor’s degree scholarships are taught in Chinese and will only be awarded to applicants who already have the required level of Chinese proficiency (HSK 4 or above). Preference is given to applications for postgraduate studies.
07 Feb 2021

DAC Graduate Programme - Department of Arts and Culture

VWL Building, 122 Madiba Street, Pretoria
The Department of Arts and Culture is inviting applicants who have not participated in any Internship programme and currently unemployed and should not have had previous formal employment related to their field of study. Candidates must have completed a 3 year Degree or National Diploma in any field specified below and who are between the ages of 18 and 35 years. Qualifying people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
03 Apr 2021

Grahamstown Foundation Scholarships - Gerald Wright Scholarship - Grahamstown Foundation

1820 Settlers National Monument Fort Selwyn Drive Grahamstown
Available to school-leavers who will enter upon a first degree course majoring in English, in the year following their application. Tenable at any South African University/Teachers Training College.
31 Oct 2021

Grahamstown Foundation Scholarships - Nancy Little Bursary Post-graduate - Grahamstown Foundation

1820 Settlers National Monument Fort Selwyn Drive Grahamstown
Available to students entering their second year at Rhodes University Department of English only. The award is based on academic merit and a financial need. Candidates will be selected on mid-year exam results during first year and motivation.
31 Oct 2021

Grahamstown Foundation Scholarships - Post-graduate - Grahamstown Foundation

1820 Settlers National Monument Fort Selwyn Drive Grahamstown
For postgraduate study in English or related fields. Preference is given to Honours course students. Candidates will be selected on academic merit, qualities of character, motivation and field of study.
31 Oct 2021

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