SANBI is calling for applications for a bursary for Masters Studies to better understand and support the practice of facilitating social learning and stakeholder engagement within the project context.
Only research projects in line with the Living Catchments project will be considered.
Only full-time studies, with first registration in 2021, will be considered.
The Living Catchments project, implemented by SANBI, is partnering with researchers at Rhodes University for this Masters Research. The successful candidate will intend to register for full-time study at Rhodes University, either in the Department of Environmental Science, or at the Environmental Learning Research Centre.
N.B.: This bursary is only available to South African citizens and will be awarded in line with national equity targets.
For further information on this opportunity, please visit the SANBI website: