Mandela Institute for Development Studies invites young South Africans to apply for the MINDS Scholarship Programme for Leadership Development

An exciting partnership paves a way for young South African scholars to study on the Continent.   Through its groundbreaking strategic partnership brokered with the Nedbank Eyethu Community Trust in June 2017, the Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS) has initiated a Call for applications for South African students who wish to pursue post graduate studies in selected African Universities outside of South Africa.   MINDS offers scholarships to young Africans who wish to pursue post-graduate studies within Africa in any field of study

Mandela Institute For Development Studies (MINDS) Inaugural Scholarship Leadership Development Programme

MINDS is hosting its inaugural scholarship leadership development training from 05 – 09 August at the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa.   The scholarship programme was launched in 2017 as part of MINDS commitment to Africa’s development by providing opportunities for African youth to pursue post-graduate study within Africa, but always outside their own country. This provides the scholars an opportunity to establish networks with young people in other countries.   The scholarship programme is designed to produce future African leaders who