Fisheries Assessment Postdoctoral Fellowship
The fellowship is offered by MARAM, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town.
Value: Up to R115 000 for 5 months (August to December).
CLOSING DATE: 25 July 2018VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Learner Bursary Support
As part of its skills development initiatives Transport Education Training Authority awards bursaries annually for studies aligned to critical and
scarce skills identified in the transport sector. Bursary awards are categorised according to sector requirements, with due consideration of the
National Skills Development Plan compiled by the Department of Higher Education and Training.
The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is offering bursaries and invites all talented and high performing unemployed full-time learners to apply for financial assistance. Learners eligible for bursaries include those who are currently registered or planning to be registered with TVETs, HETs, Accredited Aviation Schools, Accredited Diving Schools as well as learners who completed or will complete matric (Senior Certificate) and plan to commence studies in 2019.
CLOSING DATE: 30 July 2018VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
SAIMI is seeking to create opportunities for students to receive in-service training and gain practical work experience. The institution wants to meet the challenges of capacity building in the Maritime Sector and create awareness within the education sector. The interns will be exposed in relevant fields, subject to the conditions of its internship programme.
CLOSING DATE: 31 July 2018VIEW : Intern - Finance
VIEW : Intern - Administration - Maritime Cluster
VIEW : Intern - Project Coordination
Maritime Law: Short Course
Jappie Levack and Associates, will be hosting a short training course in Maritime Law for maritime and government representatives, lawyers, graduates/students and others interested in maritime law.
The course offers a comprehensive introduction to maritime and shipping law, covering fundamental considerations in the management, conduct and regulation of the international shipping industry, law of the sea and international trade by sea.
13 – 14 September 2018 : Port Elizabeth
20 – 21 September 2018 : Durban
27 – 28 September 2018 : Cape Town
4 – 5 October 2018 : Pretoria
Cost: R3,500VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Honours degree in Ichthyology and Fisheries Science
The honours course is designed to combine theory with practice, and is comprised of three modules; ichthyology, aquaculture and fisheries management. Specific courses in these modules include; taxonomy, field techniques, impacts of climate change, conservation, local and global trends in aquaculture, aquaculture systems design, nutrition, fish health, integrated aquaculture, stock assessment, fisheries management measures and tools, fisheries governance and the human dimensions of fisheries.VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
China-South Africa Young Scientist Exchange Programme 2019
The programme promotes cross border exchanges between the two countries of excellent young scientists, scholars and researchers and enhance cooperation among research institutes, universities and enterprises in an effort to realise impact in the form of joint research and development; publications in science journals and academic papers, new patents and innovative products. The 2019 YSEP Call will invite potential candidates in the following research and development areas:
• New materials and advanced manufacturing technology;
• Information and communication technology and systems;
• Sustainable management of environment and natural resources, and green technology;
• Mining and metallurgy;
• Mapping and exploitation of mineral resources;
• Space Science and Astronomy
• Indigenous knowledge (traditional medicine)
• Transport technology
CLOSING DATE: 15 August 2018VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Thuthuka Budget Motivations 2019
The Thuthuka Budget Motivation Request for continued funding in 2019, must be submitted by all grantholders receiving Thuthuka funding in 2018 and who are eligible for continued funding for their existing NRF funded project.
CLOSING DATE: 16 August 2018VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
South Africa/China Joint Science and Technology Research Collaboration 2019
Areas of cooperation
• Biotechnology in health and agriculture
• Traditional medicines
• Renewable energy
• Water resources
• Palaeoanthropology / archaeology
CLOSING DATE: 28 September 2018VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
NRF/DFG Partnership on International Research Training Groups (IRTGs)
The NRF has entered into a new partnership agreement with the DFG of Germany to jointly fund International Research Training Groups (IRTGs) between the two countries. IRTGs are structured Doctoral Programmes aimed at training scientists and academics at different stages of their careers, with a particular emphasis on doctoral researchers.
IRTGs promote systematic research cooperation through joint research and qualification programmes as well as through cooperative cross-border supervision of doctoral researchers. A central feature of IRTGs is the coordinated and reciprocal research visits by doctoral researchers at the respective partner institutions.
The German-South African consortium will first need to submit a joint IRTG draft proposal to the DFG, submitted by the German host university. DFG will evaluate this draft proposal according to established procedures for IRTGs.
DFG will inform the NRF of the results of the evaluations, and only positively evaluated proposals will be invited to submit a joint full proposal.
CLOSING DATE: 31 December 2018VIEW ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
CMR Report 2017
The Institute for Coastal and Marine Research (CMR) 2017 has released its annual report. The report is available for download:DOWNLOAD REPORT