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SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women

icon Bachelors, Masters

icon Any field of science and engineering

Open to Sub-Saharan and South African Women

icon  The Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE)

icon 15 Nov 2015

icon Partial Funding, R15 000 per annum

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    Institutions in Sub-Sahara and South Africa
 

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Details about SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women

SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women is offered for Bachelors, Masters degree in the field of Any field of science and engineering. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 15 Nov 2015. This scholarship is provided by The Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE) and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, R15 000 per annum . This scholarship is open for: Open to Sub-Saharan and South African Women.

  • Deadline: 15 Nov 2015
  • Scholarship value: Partial Funding, R15 000 per annum

Please note that these are ONLY for females and ONLY for 4th year [e.g. BSc (Honours) or equivalent] of study at tertiary level. Scholarship value is R15 000 per annum.

Updated on: 26 Mar, 2019

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More about The Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE)

The Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE) is a dynamic association for all those who support the idea of strengthening the role of women in science and engineering in South Africa. SA WISE aims to strengthen this role by inter alia: - raising the profile of women scientists and engineers - highlighting and addressing problems faced specifically by women in these fields - lobbying for the advancement of women in science and engineering - providing leadership and role models for young people wishing to enter the fields of science and engineering An important function of SA WISE is to improve communication among women scientists and engineers, with e-mail being the preferred medium of communication. Members are encouraged to send ideas and information to SA WISE. SA WISE also maintains contact with other assocations of women in science and engineering world-wide (refer to links). Read the SA WISE constitution. Why does South Africa need women in science and engineering? Africa, including South Africa has a critical shortage of trained technological people. In 1980 North America had 2679 scientists and engineers involved in reserach and developement per million population; Latin America had 251; Africa had only 49. In 1993, the USA had 7600 people per million involved in R & D, Japan had 7300. No figures are available for Africa. Increasing the number of technologically trained people, both men and women, is essential for development. Also critical for development is the role of women in society. Women have the greatest influence on the next generation, they set the standards for health and hygiene and they form the majority fo the agricultural labour force. Educate a women and you educate the next generation. Girls in Africa should be encouraged to take science subjects, not only those girls who might pursue a scientific or technological career, but also those who would then be enabled to apply scientific concepts in their daily lives. Taking science subjects should not only be seen as a vocation but as a means to develop the scientific and technological culture necessary for development. Women are the greatest resource any country has. Providing encouragement and opportunity for girls and women in science and engineering is one the most powerful ways of harnessing this resource for the development of the country.

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  2. When is the deadline of SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women?

    The deadline of SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women is 15 Nov 2015

  3. For which degree is SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women offered for?

    SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women is offered to Bachelors, Masters degree

  4. For which field is SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women offered for?

    SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women is offered for Any field of science and engineering

  5. Who can apply for SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women?

    SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women is open for: Open to Sub-Saharan and South African Women

  6. Who is offering SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women?

    SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women is offered by The Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE)

  7. What is the funding covered in SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women?

    SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women Covers Partial Funding, R15 000 per annum

  8. Where can SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women can be taken at?

    SAWISE Scholarships For Sub-saharan And South African Women can be taken at Institutions in Sub-Sahara and South Africa
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