Agriculture Research Council Bursaries
The Agricultural Research Council (ARC) is offering significant number of bursary opportunities within the ARC. Successful bursaries applicants will be based for the duration of your studies at one of the ARC Institutes, depending on your discipline and mentor. This bursary opportunity offers mentorship where bursars will work under mentorship on projects prescribed by the council.
If applicable, you may be expected to attend some courses at the University concerned. This call is for studies that will commence from 2016.
Agriculture Research Council Bursary Requirements
Bursary applicants must have a B Tech/BSc Honours, Masters or Doctorate in the discipline of Agricultural Economics and Capacity Development
Have evidence of significant academic achievement in previous studies.
Be planning a long-term career in agricultural research; Be able to appreciate diversity and facilitate change
Have excellent interpersonal skills and good professional conduct;
Be proactively involved in your own career development;.
Be completely dedicated to the mentorship process; and
Be able to cope with pressure and to interact effectively in sensitive situations.
Before applying, ensure your profile is up-to-date and you that you have uploaded all the required documentation as required by this advert.
ARC Bursary Application Process
If you are interested in applying for this Agriculture Research Council bursaries please visit the council’s website and apply.