South African Students International Program At Washignton 2018


South African students are currently been invited to huryy and apply for the South African Students International Program At Washignton 2018, applications for this program are to be submitted before the deadline and eligible persons will be granted consideration.

About the Award: The South Africa-Washington International Program (SAWIP) inspires, develops and supports a diverse new generation of young South African leaders who have a history of serving others with humility and integrity and ambition to be active citizens and servant leaders. Through a richly varied program of service activities and hands-on leadership opportunities as well as skills development, these emerging leaders establish a trust based on shared experience with their team that transcends racial, socio-economic, religious and other boundaries.



Eligible Countries: 

South Africa

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SAWIP candidates:

  • May be from any academic discipline
  • Must be South African citizens or permanent residents
  • Must be in their second year (or beyond) of university
  • Must be prepared for a high demand programme
  • Must be available to participate in the international component of the program from 16 June to 29 July 2018
  • Must be between the age of 19 – 25 years
  • Must be currently studying at the University of Cape Town, the University of Johannesburg, the University of Stellenbosch, the University of Pretoria or the University of the Western Cape
  • Must have a record of community engagement and leadership, with a strong service ethic
  • Should envisage themselves as future leaders in South Africa

How to Apply:

Applicants can find the link to the form here.

Applicants are able to prepare your answers ahead of time by reading through and downloading the Application Instruction Document.

Application Deadline: 7th February 2018

Visit Scholarship Webpage for details


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