The Centre for Sustainability Transitions (CST) invites applications for NRF-funded Masters and PhD bursaries for studies starting in 2023. The deadline for applications is 23 June 2022.
The CST builds on a strong history of transdisciplinary research and complexity studies at Stellenbosch University, providing a vibrant hub for solution-oriented sustainability science that hosts leading scientists and students from diverse disciplinary backgrounds in a state-of-the-art research centre. The primary objective of the CST is to provide transformational knowledge on the dynamics of multi-scale social-ecological change, and strategic insights into the new modes of research and governance that can bring about a just transition to a more equitable and sustainable society, in southern Africa and globally.
The following bursaries are available for studies starting 2023:
- Masters bursaries: “Seeds of Good Anthropocenes: Building sustainable, just and biodiverse futures in southern Africa”
- PhD and Masters bursaries: “Achieving the SDGs: Trade-offs and synergies”
More information on bursaries and scholarships at Stellenbosch University is available here.