The Department of Arts and Culture invites applications for bursaries from students who wish to pursue studies in heritage-related programmes.
DAC Bursaries for Heritage-related Studies: 2011
The Department of Arts and Culture invites applications for bursaries from students who wish to pursue studies in heritage-related programmes. The bursary will finance certificate, diploma and degree courses at accredited further and higher education institutions.
Eligibility: • South African citizenship • Academic potential/satisfactory academic performance (academic progress report if already at an institution) • Field of study (heritage-related) • Financial circumstances • Provisional acceptance or proof of registration at an institution of higher learning.
Fields of study: • Archaeology • Conservation and preservation • Collections management • Heritage resources management • Museum management and curatorship • Courses that contribute to the preservation and promotion of SA Living Heritage.
Value of the bursary: • Registration and tuition fees payable directly to the institution of learning • Accommodation • Books and stationery.
Required documents: The following documents must accompany the application: • Certified copy of birth certificate or ID document • Certified copy of the salary statement or affidavit (if not working) of your parents/guardians • Certified copy of Grade 12 June examination results/ Grade 12 results • If already studying – latest results/academic record.
Download Application Form
Completed application forms, together with certified copies of necessary documents, should be sent to:
Department of Arts and Culture,
Private Bag X897,
or hand-delivered to:
481 Kingsley Centre,
cnr Beatrix and Church Streets,
Enquiries regarding the bursary applications should be directed to Mr Mahunele Thotse at tel. (012) 441-3470 or by e-mail to [email protected]
The closing date for submission of applications is Friday, 12 August 2011 at 16:30.
No late applications will be considered.