It is envisaged that the scholarship programme would enhance the professional career of the successful candidate, who would be required to register at the University of Cape Town for a LLM or MPhil degree. Coursework would be selected from modules which relate to the areas of: (1) Rule of Law and Constitutionalism and/or (2) New Rights and Governance.
The scholarship is available to excellent South Africans who would register as specified above for either a full-time or a part-time academic degree programme. The terms of reference and conditions of award of the Massmart Partnership Scholarship programme are as follows:
Value: Full-Time Study R100,000 per annum Value: Part-Time Study R25,000 per annum
Note: The successful candidate will be required to work at the Democratic Governance Rights Unit one day per week for 40 weeks of the year. Separate remuneration of R25,000 will be paid in respect of this employment.
Tenure: One or two years,depending on degree programme.
Conditions of Award: Successful incumbents will be required to:
- Comply with the policies and processes surrounding postgraduate funding at the University of Cape Town
- enter in a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Cape Town