Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded the innovative five-year program history access to The Department of Historical Studies at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
The scholarship wants to train or teach the new generation of South Africans who is practically multilingual, academically attentive, able to use several languages or multilingual, the project outcomes contains the production of journal articles or book chapters, original research of articles or new media, increase the interaction with the public lives of the historical discipline.
South African applicants will be required for a fulltime study, participate in any activities that are relevant to the history access program. The successful students may also hold another scholarship award, a part-time job of 12 hours maximum per week.
A different amount each for the Ph.D., Master’s and Honours fellowship, for a minimum amount of up to 9,500$ US Dollar each.
The candidates must email the documents before the 30th of October 2017, the following documents are:
- An academic transcript of record
- Photocopy of ID Documents or a passport copy for a foreign class
- A Cv consist of any media skills and a language details if any
- Motivation Letter
- Writing Sample at least one
Email all the documents to History.Access@@uct.ac.za