Brief Description about The Nurturing Emerging Scholars Programme.
- Partial Funding
- South Africa Universities
- All Subjects
- International Students
- South Africa
The Nurturing Emerging Scholars Programme (NESP), offered in partnership with the French Embassy in South Africa, is a national programme aimed at supporting South African prospective academics to pursue Master’s degrees in areas of need at a Public French university for a period of 2 years followed immediately by a 1-year academic internship at a recruiting South African university.
Government of South Africa FRANCE: The Nurturing Emerging Scholars Programme (NESP) 2022 is available to undertake Masters level programs at South Africa Universities.
The following categories of study are open to students who are awarded funding through this particular scholarship program.
♦ All Subjects.
- Cost of registration and tuition for the Master’s degree;
- Guidance and mentorship;
- Assistance with potential international mobility experience;
- Enhancing your research and teaching abilities;
- A year of internship in South African University after completion of the Master’s degree.
In addition to meeting the criteria specified by the University, applicants must:
- Show interest in becoming an academic;
- Be 35 years or younger;
- Be a South African citizen;
- A minimum average of 65% attained in an appropriate Level 8 qualification;
- Show commitment to placement at the recruiting South African University for the full 3 years of the programme (2 years studying at any French public university, and 1 year of internship at the recruiting South African university)
Applicants must submit an online application via the dedicated platform:
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Central University of Technology
Durban University of Technology
Mangosuthu University of Technology
Walter Sisulu University