02/24/2017 - 00:00

The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) is offering heritage bursaries for 2017. Click here for full details and to download the application form.

 South African citizenship
 Financially needy
 NB: 2017 Proof of registration at an institution of higher learning

Fields of study
 Anthropology
 Archaeology (marine, etc.)
 Archives and records management
 Conservation of the built environment
 Conservation and preventive conservation
 Collections (cultural & natural) management
 Heritage resources management
 Museum management and curatorship
 Indigenous Knowledge Systems.
 Information Science


 Maximum up to R 70 000.
 NB: Funds are payable directly to the higher institution of learning

Required documents:
The following documents must accompany the application:
 Certified copy of ID document
 Certified copy of the salary statement or affidavit (if not working) of your parents/guardians
 Certified copy of grade 12 results
 If you were already studying at university in 2016 – latest results / academic record

Application forms can be obtained from the offices of the Department of Arts and Culture, 5TH Floor, 481 Kingsley Centre, Cnr. Stanza Bopape & Steve Biko Streets, Arcadia, Pretoria or online at www.dac.gov.za. Completed application forms together with certified copies of necessary documents should be sent to the:

Heritage Bursaries
Department of Arts and Culture
Private Bag X897
Applications can also be hand delivered to:
Heritage Bursaries
481 Kingsley Centre 5th Floor
Cnr. Stanza Bopape & Steve Biko Street

Enquiries regarding the bursary applications should be bursary2017@dac.gov.za / 012 441 3476
 The closing date for submission of applications is 24, February 2017 at 16H30.
 Please note: should you not receive a response from the Department within 30 days of the closing date, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.

No late applications will be accepted.

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