“The spectacular, overwhelming splendor of Karlstad’s landscape is difficult to describe. I enjoyed being immersed in my studies, taking notes, reading scholarly publications, completing tasks, and enjoying a vacation from my studies.” – Jaydi Charles (2020 BOC recipient).
The BOC Scholarship makes provision for PARTIAL scholarship funding of R84 000 per applicant. Qualifying Master’s students who are registered at a SANORD member institution of higher education in the Southern African region are eligible to apply. Qualifying Master’s students will be required to spend 3 to 5 months at a SANORD Nordic member institution of their choice. Successful candidates will be required to engage in activities that will support the completion of the Master’s degree.
Preference will be given to those projects aligned to the SANORD Strategy 2022.
The SANORD Central Office would like to inform all member institutions, partners and researchers that the submission date for abstracts for the 2022 Southern African-Nordic Centre (SANORD) Annual Scientific Conference at the University of Limpopo has been extended to 21 June 2022.