2021 Loreal-Unesco for Women in Science South African National Programme
Deadline: June 21, 2021.
The third edition of the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science South African National Programme aims to promote and encourage young women in science. This programme identifies and rewards talented young female scientists in the field of Formal sciences, Life sciences, Environmental sciences, Physical sciences, Engineering and Technological sciences.
- Having obtained Ph.D. degree in Formal sciences, Life sciences, Environmental sciences, Physical sciences, Engineering and Technological sciences or pursuing studies leading to a Ph.D. degree at a South African university in one of the 9 Provinces
- Be a South African Citizen
- Working in a Research Laboratory or Institution or being enrolled in a doctoral programme at a University in South Africa
- 5 endowments for doctoral students
- 2 endowments for post-doctoral candidates
- R80,000 for doctorates
- R160,000 for post-doctorates
- The candidate’s outstanding academic records- including number, quality and impact of the publications (impact factors to be submitted)
- Conference presentations and patents
- The scientific quality of the research project
- The innovative nature and productivity of the research and its potential application in science