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German Embassy Pretoria

Organisation: German Embassy Pretoria Name of Exhibition: Research and Study in Germany Exhibition Summary: The exhibition portrays the German science research landscape and the organizations involved in German-South African research cooperation. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and AGNES will be present to give specific information on study and research opportunities for students in Germany. [...]

Embassy of Hungary

Organisation: Embassy of Hungary Name of Exhibition: Hungarian Scholarship Programme Exhibition Summary: The Government of Hungary offers 100 full scholarships each year for South African students for studies in Bachelors, Masters or PhD level in Hungary. Candidates have 137 different courses to choose from (agriculture, IT, environment management, water management, natural science etc.) - all [...]

Embassy of Finland

Organisation: Embassy of Finland Name of Exhibition: Finland in South Africa Exhibition Summary: Finland: Europe’s most competitive country; bringing innovation and technology to South Africa and the world. Contact: Attaché Sanna Leminen Tel/Mobile: 012-343 0275/6 /071-302 5866 Email: sanomat.pre@formin.fi

British High Commission to South Africa

Organisation: British High Commission to South Africa Name of Exhibition: UK-SA Science and Education Collaboration Exhibition Summary: The UK in South Africa is committed to strengthening partnerships and collaboration in Science, Research and Innovation; to deliver this we have a number of programmes and initiatives to build capacity and create new links between South Africa [...]

Disadvantaged SA universities see promise in research fairness scheme

The University of Fort Hare and Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) could be among the first South African research institutions to evaluate the fairness of their research practices using a recently-launched benchmarking scheme. The two ‘historically disadvantaged’ institutions joined four others—including heavyweights like the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University—at a workshop in [...]