South African Cultural Observatory

Call for the 2020 NMU/DAC bursary programme application

BY 05.11.19

The DAC bursary programme at the Nelson Mandela University wishes to inform all prospective language studies students that the DAC bursary programme for 2020 is now open.

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicants must have obtained a BA: Languages undergraduate degree OR must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree from any faculty, with language/ communication modules as majors being an advantage.

Entrance mark or aggregate:

Undergraduate Studies

Applicants seeking funding for third-year undergraduate modules must have obtained at least 60% on all second-year undergraduate modules to be considered for funding.

Postgraduate Studies

An applicant must have obtained an overall aggregate of at least 60% in previous degree. That is:

an applicant seeking funding for an Honours degree, must have obtained a 60% overall aggregate at an undergraduate level to be considered for funding.

an applicant seeking funding for a Master’s degree, must have obtained a 60% overall aggregate at Honours level to be considered for funding.

For enquiries and the application procedure, please contact Mr N Mkosana (NMUDAC administrator) via email at Nkululeko.Mkosana@mandela.ac.za or phone – 041 504 4342 or visit the NMU/DAC Office at room 0301A, 3rd Floor Main Building, South Campus, Nelson Mandela University

Closing date for applications: Friday, 31 January 2020.

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