Barratt Rotary Award - South Africa
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Barratt Rotary Award: The Barratt Rotary Award is awarded twice annually by the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) to young researchers from Africa (excluding South Africa) under the age of 35.
The successful applicant is expected to conduct research on a topic related to the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad).
The exact topic and the full research brief will be determined in conjunction with research staff at South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA).
The results of the research may be published in one of the Institute’s publications.
The award usually covers the following costs:
Basic student accommodation in Johannesburg
A weekly stipend
Limited local travel
A return economy class airticket to Johannesburg from the place of origin
However, personal insurance and medical aid are the responsibility of the Fellow.
The Fellow may be asked to address various branches of SAIIA and Rotary on topics related to the research being undertaken.
Applications must include two copies of a full CV with three references, and a basic research proposal outlining the project to be undertaken during the course of the Fellowship.
Each award is for a period of six weeks.
For more information and scholarship applications, see: Barratt Rotary Award - South Africa.
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