About SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute)
SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) is an establishment that facilitates research on biodiversity within the country. As South Africa is home to one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet, SANBI’ main responsibility is to oversee that and to ensure how this ecosystem continues to be protected throughout future generations. With extensive research and sessions, SANBI is the right body to give the proper policy advice to further nurture their environment.
About the SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary 2022
SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) is offering a 2-3 year bursary programme for full-time Marine Biodiversity PhD students in South Africa. The SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary is a wonderful opportunity for anybody looking to seek financial assistance as a means of support to continue their studies in an accredited South African tertiary institution.
Awardees of the bursary will be entitled to coverage that will span over the course of three years or less provided that they show impeccable learning and research programme throughout their tenure as a PhD student. If you find this to be suitable opportunity for you, don’t hesitate to register for the SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary.
Do you think you have what it takes to register for the SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary? Be sure to send in your application as soon as possible! But first, you will need to take a look at the programme’s eligibility criteria. These items will determine whether you’d make a great candidate or not. If you’d like to check your qualifications, be sure to take a look at the eligibility criteria below. If you’d like to guarantee a higher chance of success, it’s advisable that you meet all these times in the following list.
The SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognised as a citizen of South Africa
- Qualified to pursuing a PhD study in an accredited South African University
- Must be pursuing the course of Marine Biodiversity with a concentration on Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems
- Be familiar with the FAO guidelines for VMEs
- Has strong knowledge of identification, mapping, and management of VMEs, especially in South Africa
- Shows the capability to perform well-rounded research and utilize the obtained data to produce their desired output.
Apply online: SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary 2022.
It is recommended that you use Google Chrome to get access to the web site mentioned above.
Please fill out the application site with your most relevant responses by typing them into the appropriate areas. All of the personal information you submit should be accurate and correspond to your actual circumstances.
Additionally, you will need to provide the following documents:
- A complete Curriculum itae that displays your full educational background
- Relevant research experience that has to do with your field
- Any other indications of your scholarly activities
- Two letters of reference, in which one of them must be issued by a qualified academic supervisor
- A certified copy of your academic marks from your applied courses
- A certified copy of your most recent qualification
- A 5-7 page outline detailing the draft of your PhD proposal.
All these documents should be included in your application dossier. Incomplete dossiers will automatically be disqualified from the selection phase.
Once everything is all set and compiled, please send them into this email address: [email protected]. In the email subject line, please put in “SANBI Marine Programme doctoral bursary”. This will help the selection committee easily find your applications in their inbox. WIthout it, the committee might possibly miss out your applications.
The information you provide will be reviewed by the whole selection committee, which will include you. As a result, you should double-check to ensure that there is no fictitious information. If there is any evidence that applicants are giving false information, they may be placed in a hazardous position.
By submitting your applications, you are granting permission to the selection committee to use your personal information for the purpose of registering you for the event.
Candidates are required to submit their applications via the website linked to above. Attempts to submit materials via other means, such as hand delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 15 October 2021.
It is possible to guarantee that your application is protected as soon as possible by registering as soon as feasible. However, this does not guarantee immediate success and is just designed to give you with a stable position during the recruitment process.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted by the selection committee. Candidates that submit their applications after the deadline will not be considered. All submissions submitted after the deadline, regardless of their substance, will be discarded without further consideration.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates only. If you do not hear back form the selection committee within 21 days past the closing date, we regret to inform you that you have not been chosen for the programme.
Mediclinic has the right to offer or refuse employment to anybody at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. The decisions of the choosing committee are final and binding on all parties engaged in the process.
Do you have a question regarding the SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) Bursary? Don’t hesitate to ask! Feel free to send in your inquiries and concerns to the contact person below:
1. Academic Queries: [email protected] (Prof Kerry Sink)
2. Application Process Queries: [email protected] (Ms René du Toit).