DAC Bursaries for Heritage-related Studies

Fields of study: Archeology, Conservation and Preservation, Collections Management, Heritage Resources, Management, Musem Management and Curatorship.

Applications open/close: 12 August(close).

Applications available at: DAC.


Offices of the Department of Arts and Culture

Bursary enquiries: Contact Mr Manunele Thotse on 012 441 3470.

Completed applications sent to: the Director-General

Department of Arts and Culture

Private bag X97



Bursary Information: Written application.

Conditions of Bursary: The bursary will finance certificate, diploma and degree couses at accredited further and higher education institutions.

Eligible Candidates:

  • The bursary is for students who wish to pursue studies in heritage-related programmes.

Value of bursary:

  • Registration and tuition fees payable directly to the institutionof learning, accommodation, books and stationary.

Taken from Bursary Information Pack provided by Andrea Africa.

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