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The Agricultural Business Chamber (Agbiz) is making an annual bursary of R34 000.00 available to a South African student.

In celebration of a number of Agbiz members who celebrated their 100 years existence, an annual Agribusiness Centenary Bursary Fund was established.

As the primary objective of the bursary is to promote Masters, or PhD level research in agribusiness related fields.

Agbiz certainly is proud to be associated with and supporting the set research of Agribusiness Centenary Bursary holders.

Bursary applications for 2018 are now open.

The Agricultural Business Chamber (Agbiz) is making an annual bursary of R34 000.00 available to a South African student registered for a Masters or PhD degree in either agricultural economics or agribusiness management related fields, at any recognised South African university.

  • No late application will be accepted.
  • Selected student will be notified by middle January 2018.
  • Unsuccessful applicants will not receive any notification.

HOW TO APPLY

Please read the terms and conditions carefully before completing, signing and submitting the bursary application form:

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To apply for the Agribusiness Centenary Bursary, please download and complete the bursary application form.

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Send the completed form together with the necessary documentation to the Agbiz office to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or PO Box 76297, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040.

For enquiries please contact Natalie van Harte on 012 807 6686 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date: 8 December 2017.

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